Access to the JNIOR is password controlled. All protocols provide for a means
of login which requires the entry of a username and password. If those
connections are not secure (such as standard browser access using HTTP as
opposed to HTTPS) then both the username and password may be transferred in
clear text. These are easily compromised by the simplest of techniques.
To insure security, you MUST be sure that ALL protocols are set to require
password authentication. Otherwise, even when SSL secure connections are made
anyone will be able to alter and/or control your JNIOR.
Not all protocols that are typically used in the industry provide for a
standard means of password authentication. MODBUS is an example of this. The
JNIOR does extend these protocols providing such a means but this must be
specifically enabled through this Registry and may require changes to the
HELP Topics: DEFAULT_ACCOUNTS