Mobotix First CNPP CCTV Cybersecurity Certification Examined

By: Charles Rollet, Published on Sep 05, 2019

Mobotix recently became the first video surveillance manufacturer to receive the CNPP cybsersecurity certification for its cameras, in which they originally declared a "guarantee of IT and electronic resistance to cyber-attacks."

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Certificate ********

******* ******** ***** "********* CNPP" ************ ************ *** different ****** ******, ** shown** *** **** *******:

***** *** *** *** cameras' **** ******:

***** *** *** ***** certificates:

******* **** **** *********** applies ** *** ******* cameras ****** *** ******** **** ****, ***** ** ******* more *****.

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How *** ************* *** ********

*** ******* *******' "********** to ******* *******" *** given * "***** *" score, ***** ** ****'* '** *****–*** **-**' ******* criteria:

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******* ********* *** *************** remaining ** ****:

  • Camera *** *********: no 2-factor authentication; another level of complexity required for the password; users not informed of firmware updates.
  • MxManagement ******: "limit connection trials to 20 attempts max per hour"
  • MxManagement ****** *** *** *********: "currently, along with the software updates we provide 128 bits MD5 checksums. This is not following the ANSSI recommendations asking for at least 200 bits. SHA-256 or 512 should be used."

******* **** **** **** working ** ****** *****:

** *** ********* ******* on ***** *******. **** the ******* **** **** completed, ** **** ** re-certify ** ** ****** to ******* ***** * status.

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Not '*********' *** '**********'

*******, ** *** ******** press ******* ******* ******* these **** ************ ******* a "*********":

**** ***** ******* ***** this ***** * "*********" is ********* ****** ****** ***** ******** **** Mobotix ******** ** **** never ** ****** ** will ****** ********* ** such * ********.

***** ** ******* **** out, ******* ************ **** "we ***'* ******** ********* there **** ** ** penetration ****" *** ********* there ***** ** ** monetary ************ ** **** of * ****. **** then******* *** ***** ********* "**********":

MOVE ******** **** ****, ******* **** **** *** ** *** ** ****

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** ******* ** *********** on *** *** **** of ******* ********* ** they ********* *** **** DNA ** *******.** *** end ** ** [******** year] **** ** *** planning ** *** *** MOVE ****** ******* *** same **** ************* *******.

Compared ** **

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** ******** ** *******, those ********* *** *** claim *** **** ** "guarantee" ** ***** *******. Additionally, *** ***** *** Genetec *** *** *** clearly ****** **** *** beginning, ** ******** ** Mobotix ******* *** *** MOVE ****** *** *** disclosing ****.

**** *************, **** *** limited ************* ** **** and **'* ********, **** seem ******* ** **** there ** * *** of ******* ******** *** penetration *******.

*******, ** ***** ** North *******, *** ** brand ** **** ****** known ***** **** ** not.

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**** *******, ******* *** bigger ********** **** *************, as *** ******* ********* to ******* ***** *** exit ** *** ******* who **** ******** ********* needed *******. ******* **** a *** ******** **** be ******** **** *** that **** ** *** to *** **** ****** Mobotix *** ** *** next ******.

Comments (2)

"******* **** * *** platform **** ** ******** soon *** **** **** be *** ** *** what ****** ******* *** in *** **** ******."

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********** * **** **** even ** **** ****** the ******** (***?) **'** do **** ** **** if **** ***'* **** a ****** ******* ****.

** *********** ******* ** as ******* ******* ********.

***** *********** ****** ******* cyber ******** ***** ******** applied ** **** **-** year *** * ****** cameras ***** ** *******. Hard ** **** * Mfg ********** ****** *******. Microsoft *****’*.

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