This important alert is concerning seven flaws discovered in 390 models of Axis IP cameras that could allow a remote attacker to take control.
Axis Communications, a manufacturer of network video cameras, has announced new firmware that addresses a recently disclosed vulnerability. The vulnerability could allow an attacker that has access to the camera login page through the network (without any previous access to the camera or credentials to the camera) to fully take control of the affected camera.
Axis has released firmware patches for affected models and recommends urgent installation.
To read Axis Communications’ Security Advisory of Affected Models:
For firmware patch downloads:
If you have any questions regarding this important technology update, please contact your local Vector Security representative or the corporate office.
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