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What risk does an unprotected RSAbackup file pose?

Question asked by Joseph Campbell on Nov 30, 2017
Latest reply on Dec 21, 2017 by Edward Davis

I'm auditing our company's RSA system and stumbled on a file share with RSA backup files.  Obviously, this should be tightened down, but it begs the questions, what could an attacker do if they obtained a copy of a company's RSAbackup file??  What if anything can they extract from it that would put the company at risk?   Could they exfiltrate it, rebuild a new instance of the RSA environment and restore this into an alternate environment and gain access to our RSA users, tokens info?  Please advise.