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Posted 08 February 2012 - 08:09 AM


Backdoor in TRENDnet IP cameras
- http://h-online.com/-1428896
6 Feb 2012 - "... security vulnerability in some TRENDnet IP cameras which permits inquisitive web users to access them without authentication... Random sampling by The H's associates at heise Security found that most of the cameras were indeed freely accessible, providing views of offices, living rooms and children's bedrooms... TRENDnet has already responded by providing a firmware update*..."

* http://www.trendnet....iew.asp?id=1958
2/7/2012 - "TRENDnet has published updated firmware for all affected cameras... video from some TRENDnet IP SecurView cameras may be accessed online in real time... New firmware for all of the listed models is available at the following link: http://www.trendnet.com/downloads
TRENDnet is working to publish all outstanding firmware within the next 48 hours... Customers with any questions related to this issue such as how to update your camera’s firmware are invited to contact TRENDnet at the following email: ipcam@trendnet.com ..."
> http://news.bbcimg.c...8339829_cam.jpg

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