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Serious Flaw Found in Popular D-Link Wi-Fi Camera

09
Jun
2016
Serious Flaw Found in Popular D-Link Wi-Fi Camera

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An unpatched vulnerability in a popular Wi-Fi camera from D-Link allows hackers to reset the device’s password and gain remote access to its video feed.

The flaw, discovered by researchers at IoT security startup Senrio as part of their analysis into consumer and enterprise device vulnerabilities, affects D-Link’s DCS-930L Wi-Fi cameras, which are designed for home video monitoring.

The security hole is a stack overflow in a service designed to process remote commands.

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