Hack turns cheap D-Link webcam into a network backdoor
SC Magazine UK
Vectra describes how its threat labs researchers bought the consumer-grade Wi-Fi webcam for U.S. $30 (£20), and cracked open its Linux kernel to create a persistent access point into a network. This meant criminals could use the camera to control remote attacks and siphon out stolen corporate data.
Vectra expands cloud services to see attacks moving between the cloud, hybrid and on-premises
Vectra erweitert seine Cloud-Dienste für hybride Cloud-Umgebungen
Vectra improves cloud services to protect complex hybrid networks