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LogicMonitor Customers Hit By Hackers, Because of Default Passwords | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

Some customers of the network security company LogicMonitor have been hacked due to the use of default passwords, TechCrunch reports. From the report: A LogicMonitor spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch that there’s “a security incident” affecting some of the company’s customers. “We are currently addressing a security incident that has affected a small number of our customers. We are in direct communication and working closely with those customers to take appropriate measures to mitigate impact,” LogicMonitor’s spokesperson Jesica Church said in a statement.

The incident is due to the fact that, until recently, LogicMonitor was assigning customers default — and weak — passwords such as “Welcome@” plus a short number, according to a source at a company that was impacted by the incident, and who asked to remain anonymous as they were not authorized to speak to the press.


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