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Files on Seagate wireless disks can be poisoned, purloined

Discussion in 'The Register' started by RSS, Sep 7, 2015.

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    Download everything, seed with malware, move on to next sucker

    CERT.org has reported Seagate wireless hard drives include “undocumented Telnet services” accessible with a hard-coded password and allowing “unrestricted file download capability to anonymous attackers with wireless access to the device”. A third flaw makes it possible to upload anything into the devices' default file-sharing directory.…

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