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Nov. 19, 2022, 5:37 p.m. | /u/voiceafx

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I was just set up with an admin user account for my employer's bank account. The default credentials were sent via plaintext email to me, with a password that was literally "BANK1234". I couldn't believe it! My employer moves millions of dollars around, and wire/ACH transactions can be initiated through my account!


The risk is mitigated because the password had to be changed, and there is a 2FA auth step (text to a phone). Even so, a default password so …

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