[BleepingComputer] Software maker removes “backdoor” giving root access to radio devices

The author of a popular software-defined radio (SDR) project has removed a “backdoor” from radio devices that granted root-level access. The backdoor had been, according to the author, present in all versions of KiwiSDR devices for the purposes of remote administration and debugging. […]

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