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IP Camera Passwords - Axis, Dahua, Samsung

IP cameras are famous / infamous for weak default passwords that can lead to major problems. See our IP Cameras Default Passwords Directory for examples. However, in the last few years that is starting to change. In this note, we look at...

By Ethan Ace - over 6 years ago

Wireless Access Lock Use Growing, Stats Show

With more access companies supporting or producing wireless locks than ever before, are they disrupting traditional hardwired access doors? With everything combined into a single lockset, this access type often installs in minutes, and typically...

By Brian Rhodes - almost 7 years ago

The Search Engine For Hacking IP Cameras (Shodan)

With the US FTC cracking down on an IP camera manufacturer for security / privacy violations, concern over camera vulnerabilities have increased significantly. In this note, we review an online tool that is rapidly gaining in popularity as the...

By IPVM Team - almost 8 years ago

Stopping Surveillance 'Videojacking'

A rising fear among security professionals is that surveillance video can be 'hijacked' and put on the Internet, resulting in embarassment or worse for the organization involved. A number of people are calling for more sophisticated and secure...

By John Honovich - over 10 years ago

Hacking Military Video Surveillance Feeds

The US military's embarrassing situation illuminates trade-offs and risks of video surveillance encryption. The Wall Street Journal released an investigative report examining how Shiite fighters in Iraq used cheap downloadable software to access...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Network Security Concerns Examined

At an ISC West 2009 presentation [link no longer available], Slayton Solutions spoke in detail on the vulnerabilities of network security while using some highly uncommon situational examples that may exaggerate real life risks. [Note: view slides...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

Is Hacking IP Cameras A Major Risk?

Fears are rising that IP cameras can and willl be hacked. At Defcon, a demonstration showed an IP camera's feed intercepted and replaced by a fraudulent video, allowing a hypothetical suspect to steal an object right in front of the surveillance...

By John Honovich - almost 12 years ago

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