All Tekron firmware packages – including releases and patches – contain a digital signature, which is used to protect against tampering of the upgrade file. During the firmware upgrade process, this signature is checked. If the digital signature check fails, then the clock will refuse the firmware and the Configuration Tool will report that the upgrade has failed. Additionally, no notifications (SNMP/Syslog) will be sent by the clock.
Articles in this section
- 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?
- Are stored passwords encrypted on Tekron clocks?