[SecurityWeek] Devices From Many Vendors Can Be Hacked Remotely Due to Flaws in Realtek SDK

A large number of IoT systems could be exposed to remote hacker attacks due to serious vulnerabilities found in software development kits (SDKs) provided to device manufacturers by Taiwan-based semiconductor company Realtek.

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