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Security Protocol for New Z/IP ONE Users

By Jason Wisnieski on Jun 15, 2016 1:26:00 PM

We've made a little change to the way we configure Z/IP ONEs before they leave the factory. Even if you're not in the market for an IP codec now—heck, even if you're not a Telos customer—this change is something you should contemplate.

In recent months, the last thing our technicians do before boxing up a new Z/IP ONE will be to change the password needed to access the web page. Each new codec will receive a unique password, based on characteristics that cannot be discovered from the network side, but which are easily seen by the user. An instruction card accompanying each new device will describe how to access the web page.

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Topics: Security

Getting Serious about Security in Radio-Centric Networks and Appliances

By Chris Tarr on Apr 11, 2016 9:53:04 AM

Well, the party is over.

For years, lots of people in the broadcast industry have relied on “security through obscurity” when dealing with things like audio codecs and web enabled remote control. After all, most “black-hat” hackers seemed to have little interest in seeing what that “Audio codec” login does. After all, an audio codec doesn’t seem very interesting.

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