XiongMai Master Password List Emailed By Chinese Spammer

Author: Brian Karas, Published on Dec 05, 2016

XiongMai created an international uproar as their devices drove massive botnet attacks of major Internet sites.

After pledging to recall cameras after the attack, and then threatening to sue those who criticized them, XiongMai is back.

A Chinese reseller of XiongMai equipment sent us a spam email that contains master passwords for XiongMai devices.

They consider this list a benefit for dealers, enabling faster and easier customer support, while overlooking the security risks it creates.

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