Oracle Identity Manager Sets One Black Space Password – Functional “Lazy” Hacking?

Oracle Identity Manager – Default User Accounts

From the webpage:


This account is set to a ‘run as’ user for Message Driven Beans (MDBs) executing JMS messages. This account is created during installation and is used internally by Oracle Identity Manager.

The password of this account is set to a single space character in Oracle Identity Manager database to prevent user login through Oracle Identity Manager Design console or Oracle Identity Manager System Administration Console.

Do not change the user name or password of this account.

That’s right! Hit the space bar once and you’ve got it!

What’s more, it’s a default account!

Is this “functional hacking?” Being lazy and waiting for Oracle to hack itself?

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