A smart intercom made by the Chinese company Akuvox is affected by more than a dozen vulnerabilities, including potentially serious bugs that can be exploited for espionage.
The vulnerabilities were discovered by researchers from industrial and IoT cyber firm Claroty. The company — along with CISA and CERT/CC — has tried to communicate the findings to vendors over the past year, but has been unsuccessful and the security holes remain unpatched. Claroty published the technical details of its findings this week, and CISA also published recommendations.
The security firm began analyzing the Akuvox E11 product after finding it in a new office space it moved into last year.
Read more: Unpatched Akuvox Smart Intercom Vulnerabilities Can Be Exploited for Spying
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