Researchers found 33 critical security flaws affecting millions of IoT devices - techbrinks

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Tuesday, 8 December 2020

Researchers found 33 critical security flaws affecting millions of IoT devices


Earlier this year, security researchers found that millions of IoT and surveillance devices powered by HiSilicon chips have a trivial backdoor that is unlikely to get a fix anytime soon as parent company Huawei has little control over third-party firmware implementations.

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