DROWN Attack Of IP Cameras?

We are in the process of remediating systems that are vulnerable to the DROWN attack, which impacts systems using SSLv2 or v3.

Most of our cameras are showing up as vulnerable on nmap scans.

Presumably a camera firmware upgrade is needed???

Is anyone else dealing with DROWN in relation to their camera systems?

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