Appliance & Software Security Overview

Updated 4/23/2019

1. The recorder is delivered with secure randomly generated passwords for all delivered equipment that is provided to the customer - a password sheet is provided to the customer upon delivery of the system, and the customer is responsible for changing these passwords regularly to ensure continued security.

2. Linux is used as the Base Operating System for CaptureCast in order to provide superior, industry trusted security. Remote access to core Operating System functions are limited to users that have access to a 4096 bit RSA certificate.

3. The Recorder has the ability to allow Cattura Support Engineers to connect to the machine remotely - but access must be manually provided by the end-user, and the end-user is also responsible for ensuring said access has been revoked. This connection can be managed using the Icons on the Operating System Desktop Labeled “Start Remote Connection” and “Stop Remote Connection”.

4. Any data that is sent over public networks is done so at the discretion of the end-user - this includes all video data publishing and processing. Any data that is sent over public networks is done so at the discretion of the end-user - this includes all video data publishing and processing. In the system’s default state, all of this information is sent over SSL secured HTTPS, unless otherwise configured by the end-user.

5. The Recorder has the ability to allow Cattura Support Engineers to connect to the machine remotely - but access must be manually provided by the end-user, and the end-user is also responsible for ensuring said access has been revoked. This connection can be managed using the Icons on the Operating System Desktop Labeled “Start Remote Connection” and “Stop Remote Connection”. All communications sent over this connection are AES256-SHA encrypted.