“I’m Hacked. bye2” – That’s the message left behind on most of the hacked Canon security cameras in Japan. Over 60 cameras were hijacked and defaced on Sunday, but dozens more had been hacked over the last several weeks. Some victims reportedly are locked out of their cameras; they can’t control them and they can’t correct the defacement. That’s because they didn’t bother to change the default password, but the attacker did. As of right now, only Canon security cameras in Japan have been targeted.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: CSO