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Flaw Allows Hackers to Hijack Foscam Baby Monitors and Surveillance Cameras

24
Jan
2014

Experts warn that hackers can remotely hijack certain Foscam IP surveillance cameras and baby monitors by exploiting a vulnerability in their software.

Posts on the Chinese companys support forum reveal that the web interfaces of certain cameras can be easily accessed. Normally, a username and a password are required, but users can access the interface simply by pressing the OK button when prompted to enter credentials.

According to Brian Krebs, MJPEG dev…

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