If for somereason, someone got his original password, and got in and
changed it, I would always make sure that the user NEVER set his
password back to the original, witness what happened, he got tagged
2825 Erica Place
Nashville, TN 37204
On Sunday 13/04/2014 at 6:26 pm, David Camm wrote:
> hey ....
> one of my users called me friday telling me he could not log in to his
> account via surgeweb - got a bad password message. he's got nine
> accounts and his was the only one effected.
> i logged in to admin and changed his password back and he was fine.
> then, i get another call yesterday saying he can't log in again. gave
> him a new password of his choice and all was ok.
> we're using nwauth.
> since none of our other users (600+) have reported this, i'm convinced
> it is a local problem and that there's some sort of malware involved.
> his last scan didn't indicate any local problems.
> i've done some research on google and trend micro (which is what i
> use) and can't find anything.
> does anyone in the community have any info?
> david camm
> advanced web systems
> keller, tx
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