Account passwords used for Tekron clocks are are not stored on nor transferred to the clocks at all, and password encryption is not reversible. All user account passwords are encrypted using the mechanism described in RFC-3414 for the User-based Security Model (USM) in Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), where the password is combined with the unique clock identifier before being hashed by the client. The hashes used for the passwords are unique to each and every clock, regardless of whether the password used is the same.
Articles in this section
- Does Tekron products affected by Apache Log4j Vulnerability
- How can I recover the unit if admin-user password is lost
- Do Tekron clocks respond with ICMP (Port unreachable) messages when the UDP ports are disabled?
- Which virtual ports are open in Tekron clocks?
- User Login Lockout Settings
- Are there any encryption or authentication methods used to check the validity of received GPS signals?
- Do Tekron clocks support the x.509 certificates?
- Is communications between the Configuration Tool and the Tekron clock encrypted?
- Do Tekron clocks send alert notifications if firmware authentication fails?
- Do Tekron clocks authenticate firmware before it can be used by the clock?