Refrigerators worldwide featuring temperature control systems from Resource Data Management still have the default password "1234" as their login. "These systems all use the unsecured HTTP protocol and the 9000 port (or sometimes 8080, 8100, or even simply 80)." Israeli security activists Noam Rotem and Ran L from Safety Detective research lab discovered the vulnerability in refrigeration systems at hospitals, supermarket chains, pharmaceutical companies, and more. In total, a search on Shodan revealed over 7,400 devices worldwide with vulnerabilities. The researchers were initially criticized for contacting the company via email and social media, but later on a RDM representative told Safety Detectives that it is up to the customer and installer to change the default password. To clarify the situation from RDM we would confirm that the default passwords must be changed by the installer at the time of setup. RDM does not have any control over where our systems go and who install them. We clearly state in our documentation that the default passwords MUST be changed when the system is installed. Its similar to an off the shelf router with default user names and passwords Admin Admin.