Finding Hikvision IP cameras and recorders on your network
Newly published security research from Watchful IP reveals an unauthenticated code execution vulnerability (assigned CVE-2021-36260) present in many Hikvision networked video devices. With a “critical” CVSS score of 9.8, this vulnerability affects a long list of Hikvision products (captured in this security advisory) and may have been around for at least the past five years. An attacker only needs access to an open http(s) server port (e.g. 80, 443) on a vulnerable device in order to obtain a root-level shell, giving them total control of the device and providing a foothold for further access into internal networks.
Hikvision has published a security advisory for affected devices, which encourages device owners to update to the latest patched firmware. In addition to the Hikvision brand, this vulnerability is presumed to affect devices OEM’d by Hikvision through other vendors and sold under different brand names.
protocols:http AND (vendor:hikvision OR hw:hikvision)
September 30, 2022
Finding Microsoft Exchange Servers on your network
GTSC, a Vietnamese security firm, recently discovered two zero-day vulnerabilities that affect Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and 2019. These two vulnerabilities are being tracked as CVE-2022-41040 and CVE-2022-41082.
August 4, 2022
Finding DrayTek Vigor routers
The Trellix Threat Labs Vulnerability Research team recently published vulnerability details affecting almost 30 models of DrayTek Vigor routers. This vulnerability resides in the management interface login page and is trivial to exploit via buffer overflow. An …Read More
July 29, 2022
Hunting for X.509 Certificates
X.509 certificates are used to secure communications over both trusted and untrusted networks. Protocols such as Transport Layer Security (TLS) rely on X.509 certificates to keep their communications secure between endpoints. Each X.509 certificate is composed of a public …Read More