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Hackable intercom lets you SPY on fellow apartment-dwellers

2014/12/12

The Register - (International) A researcher presenting at the Kiwicon security conference detailed how he was able to use several vulnerabilities in the GrandStream GXV3175 video intercom, including directory traversal and command injection flaws, to potentially spy on any resident in an apartment building equipped with the devices. The issues were patched by the manufacturer after the researcher reported them.

Source: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/12/12/hackable_intercom_becomes_neighbour_spy_box/

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