Lieberman Software Corp. announced that the company's flagship product, Enterprise Random Password Manager (ERPM),...
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now offers a process that identifies known, built-in administrator passwords in a network.
The company said the software provides privileged access management, protecting the enterprise against unauthorized users who commonly use default passwords to gain access to sensitive data.
The new “known password discovery” feature in ERPM scans the network, detecting and securing default and well-known privileged logins.
ERPM automatically discovers, secures, tracks and audits the privileged account passwords in the enterprise. Privileged accounts hold elevated permission to install, configure and repair applications and hardware, and provide IT staff with shared, anonymous access to an organization’s sensitive IT assets.
Los Angeles-based Lieberman said that with ERPM, default and other easily cracked and widely known passwords are automatically secured, and IT-authorized administrators are given an authoritative audit trail of their access. ERPM also provides IT professionals with login credentials for audited, delegated access to systems and applications.
-Stephanie Wright, Contributor
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