[HackerNews] New Mirai-Inspired Botnet Could Be Using Your KGUARD DVRs in Cyber Attacks

Cybersecurity researchers on Thursday revealed details about a new Mirai-inspired botnet called “mirai_ptea” that leverages an undisclosed vulnerability in digital video recorders (DVR) provided by KGUARD to propagate and carry out distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.
Chinese security firm Netlab 360 pinned the first probe against the flaw on March 23, 2021, before it detected active

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