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Code reuse exposes over 120 D-Link devices models to hacking

PCWorld

A recently discovered vulnerability in a D-Link network camera that allows attackers to remotely take over the device also exists in more than 120 other D-Link products. The vulnerability was initially discovered a month ago by researchers from security start-up firm Senrio in D-Link DCS-930L, a Wi-Fi enabled camera that can be controlled remotely through a smartphone app. It's not exactly clear how many of these devices are vulnerable, without D-Link publishing a full list of affected device models and firmware versions. While years ago consumer embedded devices like routers, surveillance cameras and network attached storage boxes did not represent an attractive target for attackers, that has now changed.