Sunday, September 16, 2007

Owning a Wireless Camera

Another item at Slashdot today says that InformIT has posted a two part article by Seth Fogie that describes how a wireless IP camera can be owned and abused. The first part describes how the cameras feed can be sniffed, replaced, or even DoSed off the air by a PDA. The second part then takes a look at the web application interface of the camera (an Axis207W) and exposes numerous vulnerabilities that lead to exposed passwords, a software based DoS, global XSS — and the kicker — a CRSF attack that through which an attacker can remotely penetrate the network it is installed on.


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