Introducing Security Warning Feature When Using Default Value
Security Warning feature when using default value is introduced in the following products.
This feature will also be included in the future products.
ApeosPort-V C7775/C6675/C5575/C4475/C3375/C3373/C2275 Type2 (T2) model
DocuCentre-V C7775/C6675/C5575/C4475/C3375/ C3373/C2275 Type2 (T2) model
ApeosPort-V C7780/C6680/C5580 Type2 (T2) model
DocuCentre-V C7780/C6680/C5580 Type2 (T2) model
Request for changing default value
When entering into System Administrator mode and any of the following situations of the device configuration is found, security warning message is displayed on the Services Home screen. Please change the setting from default value in order to use the device more safely.
When security warning is displayed
The System Administrator’s ID and Passcode are default values.
The SNMP Community Name or Password for authentication in SNMP configuration is default value.
The Global IP Address is used and [Login Type] is set to [No Login Required].
Influence when changing default value
When default value is changed, a part of linked tools or software product may be influenced. Please refer to the followings.
> Influence of changing System Administrator’s ID, Passcode and SNMP Community Name
How to turn off warning message
If you operate the system while turning warning message off, you may be attacked by malicious third parties(such as system configuration change or data leakage). You can turn off the warning message by the following steps subject to your confirmation that any troubles may not occur by turning it off.
> How to turn off Sys. Admin. Settings Security Warning
> How to turn off SNMP Configuration Security Warning
> How to turn off Global IP Address Security Warning