A software application used by law enforcement organizations to intercept the voice communications of suspected criminals has multiple security weaknesses, some of them critical in nature.
Security researchers from Core Security have discovered critical security vulnerabilities in the firmware powering IP cameras made by D-Link and Vivotek. In the case of D-Link, the researchers found multiple flaws that include the ability to inject arbitrary commands into the camera from its administrative web interface.
A variety of security appliances sold by Barracuda Networks were found to contain secret backdoors that allow outsiders with the right knowledge to gain remote access. This shocking revelation was revealed in an advisory published by the SEC Consult Vulnerability Lab earlier this week.