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Alert: Avoid These Security Cameras Like the Plague
August 3, 2017 | By Paul Wagenseil

The Loftek CXS-2200 and VStarcam C7837WIP, which look nearly identical, contained more than a dozen vulnerabilities between them, many of which would let an attacker take over the camera from the internet. "The vulnerabilities just kept on coming," the report notes. "A malicious user can exploit your device to track... Read More >

Two IP-enabled cameras full of flaws
August 3, 2017 | By Teri Robinson

Checkmarx researchers said a pair of IP-enabled security cameras have nearly two dozen flaws that would make them vulnerable to attack. Loftek DSS-2200 and VStarcam C7837WIP, manufactured in China and aimed at the consumer market, also can be pressed into service as botnets to execute distributed denial of service (DDoS)... Read More >

Two Popular IP Cameras Riddled With Vulnerabilities
August 3, 2017 | By Tom Spring

Two consumer-grade IP-enabled security cameras manufactured by Loftek and VStartcam are riddled with nearly two dozen vulnerabilities that expose them to remote attacks. According to researchers, more than 1.3 million of the cameras are in use today, with 200,000 models located in the United States. Based on a report released... Read More >

Remotely Exploitable Flaws Found in Popular IP Cameras
August 2, 2017 | By Eduard Kovacs

Checkmarx researchers have analyzed a couple of IP cameras from Loftek and VStarcam and discovered several new vulnerabilities and variations of previously found flaws. In Loftek’s CXS 2200 camera, experts discovered cross-site request forgery (CSRF) flaws that can be exploited to add new admin users, server-side request forgery (SSRF) flaws... Read More >

Checkmarx: Proactive Threat Protection
July 31, 2017 | By CIO Review

Today’s cyber landscape leaves no room for mistakes when it comes to the security of software and applications. Enterprises are well aware of the harsh consequences of a cyberattack. Moreover, with end users expecting software vendors to deliver cutting edge software at the speed of light, enterprises find themselves constantly... Read More >

Playing Games To Learn Code, Checkmarx Acquires Codebashing
July 26, 2017 | By Adrian Bridgwater

Application security testing company Checkmarx has now acquired the somewhat aggressively named Codebashing, a company that specializes in game-like application security education and training for software application developers.   Read the full article on Forbes Read More >

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