Vectra Networks security wonks have spun a cheap webcam into a backdoor to persistently p0wn PCs. The junk hacking expedition led Vectra’s chief security chap Gunter Ollman into the internals of the D-Link DCS 930L, a network camera that can be had for US$30. The attacks are useful as an alternative backdoor for targeted attackers who already have access to a machine, or for those capable of compromising a device before it is installed by the user.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register