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D-Link DCS series Wi-Fi cameras expose sensitive information regarding the device configuration. The affected devices include many of DCS series, such as: DCS-936L, DCS-942L, DCS-8000LH, DCS-942LB1, DCS-5222L, DCS-825L, DCS-2630L, DCS-820L, DCS-855L, DCS-2121, DCS-5222LB1, DCS-5020L, and many more. There are many affected firmware versions starting from 1.00 and above. The configuration file can be accessed remotely through: <Camera-IP>/common/info.cgi, with no authentication. The configuration file include the following fields: model, product, brand, version, build, hw_version, nipca version, device name, location, MAC address, IP address, gateway IP address, wireless status, input/output settings, speaker, and sensor settings.
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