Slovakian security firm ESET has discovered a vulnerability in Wi-Fi chips made by Broadcom and Cypress that results in the changing of an encryption key to a string of zeroes when encrypting part of a user's communications.
Researchers at Slovakian security firm ESET claim to have discovered a number of flaws in the D-Link DCS-2132L cloud camera which can allow attackers to tap into the video stream and also manipulate the firmware of the device. A search for devices which had port 80 open on 10 April showed that there were about 1600, mostly in the US, Russia and Australia.
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