LogicMonitor customers hit by hackers, because of default passwordsReading Time: < 1 minutes
‘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.
LogicMonitor’s spokesperson said the company cannot share more details about the incident at this point.
The source said they are aware of a breached company that lost more than 400 systems due to a ransomware attack that exploited their weak default password.
LogicMonitor provides a software-as-a-service platform that gives customers visibility into their network infrastructure, including in the cloud. The company says on its official site that it ‘monitors 800 billion metrics per day across three million active devices,’ and that ‘it has more than 100,000 software users across 30 different countries.’
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