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I don´t have the correct password The problem is that I have around 30 pcs of usc-b5-t42. that I installed with a base program a few mounths ago. Now I want to continue on this work and brought a different laptop with me. when I go and download the new program I get promped for a plc password.. Since the password requirements are somewhat out of the norm of my default passwords for this sort of thing. I made something up at the time, and seam to have written it down incorrectly. I can acces the the plc´s with my old laptop but I really want to figure this out so I can perhaps service this in the future.
Hi, I want to disable the “Remember Me” option when the user signs in (logs on) the web server on a Unistream USP-156-B10. Or shorten the password cookie life time to maybe 10 minutes. How can I do this? See attachment, Thanks, Gunnlaugur Asgeirsson
@Cara Bereck Levy, I just signed up for the new forums and was very quietly screaming in my head the entire time because I did it on my hotel's unsecured Wi-Fi. It looks like the Unitronics website's security certificates are assigned to your Cloudflare transparent proxy rather than your unitronics.com domain. When any modern browser sees that, it warns users that your website is insecure and they should not proceed. Fortunately (well, not really), most people won't ever see that warning, because your Google preferred search domain and DNS listing bring anyone looking for Unitronics straight to the http:// website. Even if you manually go to https://forum.unitronics.com, as soon as you click any link you're back at the insecure, http://forum.unitronics.com website. If you sign up or sign in from a public hotspot, that means the entire exchange is sent in clear, easily sniffed/intercepted, insecure plaintext that tells anyone who might be doing evil things what your email and password are. Hopefully nobody has ever done that with a password they reuse for online banking or anything important! Could you let your IT folks know that they may want to look at the website setup?
Hi, I am able to access my unistream using DDNS and port forwarding on my router. However, how secure is this? The VNC password is unencrypted if i understand correct? Is there any way to access my unistream more securely? Thanks, Adam