The root password is "Boundary"

Published on December 5, 2012

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This should be the shortest blog post ever.

This needs to be said, apparently hasn't, and the title should say it all.

When we have a choice (and we usually do), we set the root password for any userspace distribution we send out to "Boundary".

We'd leave it empty, but OpenSSH usually requires a non-empty password and we do just about everything through SSH.

'Nuff said.