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Amazon Ring Surveillance Cameras Leak Customer Data

[2019-11-07 22:10:10]

Romanian security company Bitdefender found that Amazon Ring doorbell cameras were leaking customer data like Wi-Fi credentials. Bitdefender researchers have discovered an issue in Amazon’s Ring Video Doorbell Pro IoT device that allows an attacker physically near the device to intercept the owner’s Wi-Fi network credentials and possibly mount a larger attack against the household network. At the moment of publishing this paper, all Ring Doorbell Pro cameras have received a security update that fixes the issue described herein. You can view the whitepaper [PDF] here.

Amazon Ring Surveillance Cameras Leak Customer Data


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