Researchers find anyone could watch smart security cameras' internet live stream

CNET | 7/27/2018 | Sean Keane
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Swann says that the vulnerability in one of its cameras' security has been fixed.

Researchers found a major flaw in smart security cameras that allowed others to access their live feeds.

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A team from Pen Test Partners found that one of the cameras made by Swann didn't check if the stream's viewer was an authorized user, CNET sister site ZDNet reported.

This allowed anyone to watch and listen to the live feed from the internet-connected camera.

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"We successfully switched video feeds from one camera to another through the...
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