Smile, You’re on Candid Camera! TRENDnet Security Camera Feeds Exploited

JohnMHoyt Business, CCTV, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Connectivity, IP Surveillance, Secure IT Alert, security Leave a Comment

TRENDnet announced that upwards of 50,000 cameras, comprised of 26 vulnerable models have been identified which are vulnerable to the threat of being used for reverse surveillance. An article on BBC.co.uk indicates that as 7 of the 26 vulnerable models have patches to faulty code already released and the owners would be notified of the available updates. The scary thing …

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Cisco UC320W Unified Communications System Firmware Update 2.1.2 Released to Correct Configuration Utility Login Issue

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If you are attempting to log into the administration and Configuration Utility on your Cisco UC320W and find you get a beautiful blue screen, but it goes no further, then chances are that you have Adobe Flash Player 11 installed and a the UC320W has a firmware revision of 2.1.1 (7) or lower loaded on it. Today, Cisco released 2.1.2 …

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Is there an Apple Mac battery pack explosion risk from a possible exploit?

JohnMHoyt Apple, Business, Cisco, Computer Repair, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, IP Surveillance, Mac, Secure IT Alert, security, Technology, VoIP (Voice over IP) Leave a Comment

Could your Apple Mac Macbook, Macbook Pro or Macbook Air be a ticking timebomb? According to one researcher, yes. An interesting article over on PHYSORG.com states that a researcher with Accuvant Labs will be demonstrating an exploit on current Mac models that could result in a battery pack actually exploding if the vulnerability is leveraged by hackers. It seems that …

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