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    The following are default usernames and passwords for many systems:

    AS/400

    qsecofr qsecofr /* master security officer */
    qsysopr qsysopr /* system operator */
    qpgmr

    also

    qpgmr /* default programmer */
    ibm password
    ibm 2222
    ibm service
    qsecofr 1111111
    qsecofr 2222222
    qserv qserv
    qsvr qsvr
    secofr secofr
    qsrv ibmce1

    DECserver

    ACCESS
    SYSTEM

    Dynix (The library software, not the UnixOS)

    setup <no password>
    library <no password>
    circ <Social Security Number>

    (Type ‘later’ to exit to the login prompt)

     

    Hewlett Packard MPE-XL

    HELLO MANAGER.SYS
    HELLO MGR.SYS
    HELLO FIELD.SUPPORT HPUNSUP or SUPPORT or HP
    HELLO OP.OPERATOR
    MGR CAROLIAN
    MGR CCC
    MGR CNAS
    MGR CONV
    MGR COGNOS
    OPERATOR COGNOS
    MANAGER COGNOS
    OPERATOR DISC
    MGR HPDESK
    MGR HPWORD
    FIELD HPWORD
    MGR HPOFFICE
    SPOOLMAN HPOFFICE
    ADVMAIL HPOFFICE
    MAIL HPOFFICE
    WP HPOFFICE
    MANAGER HPOFFICE
    MGR HPONLY
    FIELD HPP187
    MGR HPP187
    MGR HPP189
    MGR HPP196
    MGR INTX3
    MGR ITF3000
    MANAGER ITF3000
    MAIL MAIL
    MGR NETBASE
    MGR REGO
    MGR RJE
    MGR ROBELLE
    MANAGER SECURITY
    MGR SECURITY
    FIELD SERVICE
    MANAGER SYS
    MGR SYS
    PCUSER SYS
    RSBCMON SYS
    OPERATOR SYS
    OPERATOR SYSTEM
    FIELD SUPPORT
    OPERATOR SUPPORT
    MANAGER TCH
    MAIL TELESUP
    MANAGER TELESUP
    MGR TELESUP
    SYS TELESUP
    MGE VESOFT
    MGE VESOFT
    MGR WORD
    MGR XLSERVER

    Common jobs are Pub, Sys, and Data
    Common passwords are HPOnly, TeleSup, HP, MPE, Manager, MGR, and Remote

    Major BBS

    Sysop Sysop

    Mitel PBX

    SYSTEM

    Nomadic Computing Environment (NCE) on the Tadpole Technologies SPARCBook3

    fax <no password>

    PICK O/S

    DSA # Desquetop System Administrator
    DS
    DESQUETOP
    PHANTOM

    PRIMOS

    PRIME PRIME
    SYSTEM SYSTEM
    PRIMOS PRIMOS
    ADMIN ADMIN
    RJE RJE
    DEMO DEMO
    GAMES GAMES
    GUEST GUEST
    REGIST REGIST
    TEST TEST
    NETMAN NETMAN
    PRIRUN PRIRUN
    TOOLS TOOLS
    CMDNC0 CMDMNC0

    Prolog

    PBX PBX
    NETWORK NETWORK
    NETOP <null>

    Radio Shack Screen Savers

    RS<STORE_ID_NUMBER>

    Rolm

    CBX Defaults

    op op
    op operator
    su super
    admin pwp
    eng engineer

    PhoneMail Defaults

    sysadmin sysadmin
    tech tech
    poll tech

     

    RSX

    SYSTEM/SYSTEM (Username SYSTEM, Password SYSTEM)

    1,1/system (Directory [1,1] Password SYSTEM)
    BATCH/BATCH
    SYSTEM/MANAGER
    USER/USER

    Default accounts for Micro/RSX:

    MICRO/RSX

    Alternately, hit <CTRL-Z> when the boot sequence asks for the
    date and create an account using:

    RUN ACNT
    or RUN $ACNT

    (Numbers below 10 {oct} are privileged)

    Reboot and wait for the date/time question. Type ^C. At the MCR prompt,
    type “abo at.” The . dot must be included!

    If this works, type “acs lb0:/blks=1000″ to get some swap space so the
    new step will not wedge.

    Type ” run $acnt” and change the password of any account with a group
    number of 7 or less.

    ^C may not work. Try ^Z and ESC as well.
    Also, try all 3 as terminators to valid and invalid times.

    If none of the above works, use the halt switch to halt the system
    just after an invalid date-time. Look for a user mode PSW 1[4-7]xxxx, deposit 177777 into R6, write protect the drive, and continue the system. This will probably result in indirect blowing up. Hopefully, the system has not been fully secured.

    SGI Irix

    4DGifts <no password>
    guest <no password>
    demos <no password>
    lp <no password>
    nuucp <no password>
    tour <no password>
    tutor <no password>

    SGI Irix

    bcim bcimpw
    bciim bciimpw
    bcms bcmspw, bcms
    bcnas bcnspw
    blue bluepw
    browse looker, browsepw
    craft crftpw, craftpw, crack
    cust custpw
    enquiry enquirypw
    field support
    inads indspw, inadspw, inads
    init initpw
    kraft kraftpw
    locate locatepw
    maint maintpw, rwmaint
    nms nmspw
    rcust rcustpw
    support supportpw
    tech field

    Taco Bell

    rgm rollout
    tacobell <null>

    Verifone Junior 2.05

    Default password: 166816

    VMS

    field service
    systest utep

    XON / XON Junior

    Default password: 166831

     

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    2 comments
    1. Ernie

      30 May, 2012 at 12:11 am

      Your password for VMS systest is wrong.. it is UETP

      Reply
    2. Ern

      3 July, 2011 at 7:20 pm

      can i get a default password for joomla software?

      Reply
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