Hackers can exploit this bug in surveillance cameras to tamper with footage


Researchers have discovered a vulnerability in Nuuo surveillance cameras which can be exploited to hijack these devices and tamper with footage and live feeds.

On Thursday, cybersecurity firm Digital Defense said that its Vulnerability Research Team (VRT) had uncovered a zero-day vulnerability in Nuuo NVRmini 2 Network Video Recorder firmware, software used by hundreds of thousands of surveillance cameras worldwide.

The software is used in a variety of the firm’s surveillance camera products. Based on Linux, the solution supports NAS storage and is able to monitor up to 64 live video channels.

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Source: ZDNet