Opmantek VM Passwords
If you are using the Opmantek Virtual Appliance, you can find more default credential information at Default Credentials (Passwords) for NMIS8 VM.
Open-AudIT Enterprise web logon
These passwords are stored in the /usr/local/omk/conf/users.dat or c:\omk\conf\users.dat file.
They can be changed using htpasswd - IE, "
htpasswd -d /usr/local/omk/conf/users.dat admin" and typing the new password. Please note that before release 1.4.0 of Open-AudIT Enterprise only the 'crypt' password hashing method is supported (hence the
-d option in the example above). Starting with that version both password hashing methods 'crypt' and 'md5' can be used.
nmis : nm1888 (default user)
admin : password (for completeness with Open-AudIT)
Open-AudIT web logon
These passwords are stored in the Open-AudIT database and can be changed by logging into Open-AudIT as an admin level user and going to Menu -> Manage -> Users -> List Users and selecting the user to edit.
admin : password (default user)
nmis : nm1888 (for completeness with Open-AudIT Enterprise)
Open-AudIT Enterprise user
This user is used by Open-AudIT Enterprise to log on to Open-AudIT and generate scheduled reports, retrieve dashboard data, etc. This user will not work in the web interface of Open-AudIT Enterprise. This user should have at least 'view' access on the All Devices Group. It does not need admin or sam (Software Asset Management) access, but for completeness - using Discovery, setting config values and so on, it should be an Admin level user within Open-AudIT.
In Open-AudIT Enterprise it is stored in the file omk/conf/opCommon.nmis
In Open-AudIT it is stored in the database can can be edited like any other user via the web interface.
open-audit_enterprise : openaudit1234567890 (used by the Open-AudIT Enterprise dashboard)
Open-AudIT MySQL user
This password is stored in the file open-audit/code_igniter/application/config/database.php
openaudit : openauditpassword
Open-AudIT root MySQL user
This password is not stored. It is only used to setup the initial Open-AudIT database and can be changed directly in MySQL. It is only set if it does not already exist.
root : openauditrootuserpassword
Default encryption key
Open-AudIT stores the device credentials in it's database. It must store them in a reversible format in order to use them (to connect to the target devices). See Storing Credentials (encryption) in Open-AudIT.
They are encrypted using a key which is found in /open-audit/code_igniter/application/config/config.php.
The variable used is $config['encryption_key'] which by default is set to 'open-audit'.