UCam247 tells El Reg most of its cams aren’t vulnerable to GET vuln

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IoT safety digicam seller UCam247 has contacted The Sign in to say most gadgets within the wild don’t seem to be vulnerable to the “unmarried URL pwnage” vulnerability.
The day prior to this, we reported that greater than 30 cameras from seven distributors had shipped with a changed GoAhead Internet server.

Amongst different issues, the amendment offered a simple-to-the-point-of-stupidity pre-authentication buffer overrun: a URL longer than 256 bytes is copied to a 256-character stack.
We contacted all of the affected distributors, and to its credit score, UCam247’s managing director Paresh Morjaria has spoke back. We offer his complete reaction under:

Thank you for making us conscious of the possible malicious program within the firmware utilized in each our IP cameras and the ones of many different manufacturers that promote in the United Kingdom.
Our firmware engineers have urged that of their trying out the possible exploit isn’t a subject in firmware model 6.10 and above and will have to no longer be a factor.
The overwhelming majority of our consumers are actually the use of v6.14 and later however the ones which can be nonetheless working firmware older than 6.10 will likely be contacted to advise them to replace the firmware asap.
That stated, now we have requested our engineers to proceed trying out this and different comparable paintings round exploits that ‘might’ exist simply to make sure that the malicious program is patched for as important and entirely.

A brand new firmware is due to be launched inside the subsequent couple of weeks containing some further useful updates and any new fixes for this exploit will likely be rolled out in that as a question of path.
Paresh Morjaria MD, UCam247

And from El Reg, thank you Paresh for maintaining a tally of the inbox. ®
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