Compumedics Software Default Password

The Compumedics software and hardware provide EEG monitoring. From the manual:

Software
The ProFusion EEG software is a Microsoft Windows-based package used to configure, record and replay digitised patient neurological signals acquired during the recording of EEG studies. The
signals may be acquired by the E-Series EEG, E-Series EEG/PSG, Siesta or Safiro System hardware, displayed on a Recording workstation and stored on the workstation or other medium. This data may be used to assist trained physicians, clinicians or technologists in the investigation of neurological disorders. Note that the specifications for the ProFusion EEG software can change at any time without prior warning.

Hardware
This User Guide contains information on the E-Series EEG System hardware. For information on the E-Series EEG/PSG, Siesta or Safiro Systems, refer to their respective user guides. The EEG System hardware comprises the input connections from the patient, the recording hardware and the peripherals used to acquire and store patient neurological data for later replay and analysis. Recording is performed on a Recording workstation. Replay and analysis can be performed on the Recording workstation or on other workstations using the data collected during the patient study. Access to archived data and printer facilities can be provided to other workstations via a network. Note that the specifications and hardware arrangements can change at any time without prior warning.

According to the user manual, the Compumedics Limited E-Series EEG, E-Series EEG/PSG, Siesta and Safiro data acquisition systems and the ProFusion EEG data acquisition and analysis software have a default security dialogue password.

To use the security system:
· Select Security from the Tools menu
When the Security dialogue box is opened, all of the check boxes are disabled.
· Enter the password.
Note: The first time that the Security dialogue box is opened, enter the default password 000.

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