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Bad Code Library Triggers Devil’s Ivy Vulnerability in Millions of IoT Devices

20
Jul
2017

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Tens of millions of products ranging from airport surveillance cameras, sensors, networking equipment and IoT devices are vulnerable to a flaw that allows attackers to remotely gain control over devices or crash them.

The vulnerability, dubbed Devil’s Ivy, was identified by researchers at Senrio, who singled out high-end security cameras manufactured by Axis Communications. Senrio said 249 models of 251 Axis cameras are vulnerable to unauthenticated remote attackers who can intercept a video feed, reboot cameras, or pause a video feed while conducting a crime.

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