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Effective July 2019

It extremely important that you ensure your password for the accounts below are unique and longer than 10 characters.

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1Password Teams

1Password is a password manager, digital vault, form filler and secure digital wallet. 1Password remembers all your passwords for you to help keep account information safe.

Users with an ihmc.us email address can request access via this invite URL.

Once you have been added, you can access 1Password on any platform at https://team-ihmc.1password.com/home.

Getting access to the Robotics vault with shared robot lab credentials

Contact gbadgett@ihmc.us or aordway@ihmc.us and make sure to get added to the Robotics vault.

Atlassian Crowd

Atlassian's Crowd is a software application that provides single sign-on (SSO) accounts and permissions for web applications.

The robot lab hosts Atrifactory, Bamboo, Bitbucket, JIRA, and Confluence server products that use Crowd credentials.

Changing your password

You can update your password by managing your account at https://crowd.ihmc.us/.

For more help, see the official support article on Changing your Password.

Email (AppRiver)

Outlook exchange email managed by aordway@ihmc.us is accessible at https://us.exg7.exghost.com/.

To change your password, you must visit the AppRiver Customer Portal.

Active Directory

Credentials for WiFi, company file servers, etc are managed by aordway@ihmc.us and can be updated by visiting IHMC DiskStation Manager.

SSH Keys

SSH keys can serve as a means of identifying yourself to an SSH server using public-key cryptography and challenge-response authentication. The major advantage of key-based authentication is that in contrast to password authentication it is not prone to brute-force attacks and you do not expose valid credentials, if the server has been compromised.[1]

You can read more here and here.

See our Confluence page How to use SSH Keys.