Hacking CCTV Camera System in 30 Seconds!

Security researcher Zayed Aljaberi, the founder of wesecure.ae has demonstrated the process to hack into the CCTV camera system in just 30 seconds. Here is what he has to say:

Recently, attacks on the CCTV Camera System are increasing. Hackers can easily spy into your camera system without your knowledge everywhere and everytime they want.

So, I decided to buy CCTV Camera System and try to hack it. Unfortunately, it was easy to bypass the login authentication. It took me less than 2 min two discover the vulnerability.

At the end of this presentation:-

  • You will be able to hack CCTV Camera System of this product (PROLAB)
  • Understand how to spy everywhere not only at same network locally.
  • Increasing the security of the CCTV Camera System.

Presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10cmvMBh_jBuebClGNgqYbOily8G0RojM7osS88xNllA/edit?usp=sharing

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