Core Security says that it has identified five vulnerabilities in D-Link's IP-based surveillance video cameras that could allow a hacker to intercept the video stream. It says it notified D-Link of the security flaws a month ago. D-Link has yet to comment on the situation, Jeremy Kirk writes.
Report: D-Link IP video cameras can be hacked due to firmware flaws
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