A software component that exposed D-Link Wi-Fi cameras to remote attacks is also used in more than 120 other products sold by the company.
Researchers at Senrio, who found the original vulnerability, disclosed today additional details of product vulnerabilities related to the component after collaborating with D-Link. Senrio said the flaw also puts D-Link Connected Home products at risk, including other cameras, routers, models and storage devices.
Patches are yet unavailable despite indications from D-Link to Senrio that they would be ready July 1. A request for comment from D-Link was not returned in time for publication.