The default configuration of the Digital Alert Systems DASDEC EAS
device before 2.0-2 and the Monroe Electronics R189 One-Net EAS device
before 2.0-2 contains a known SSH private key, which makes it easier
for remote attackers to obtain root access, and spoof alerts, via an
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