Web: https://web.nvd.nist.gov/view/vuln/detail?vulnId=CVE-2022-2471

Sept. 15, 2022, 2:15 p.m. |

National Vulnerability Database nist.gov

Stack-based Buffer Overflow vulnerability in the EZVIZ Motion Detection component as used in camera models CS-CV248, CS-C6N-A0-1C2WFR, CS-DB1C-A0-1E2W2FR, CS-C6N-B0-1G2WF, CS-C3W-A0-3H4WFRL allows a remote attacker to execute remote code on the device. This issue affects: EZVIZ CS-CV248 versions prior to 5.2.3 build 220725. EZVIZ CS-C6N-A0-1C2WFR versions prior to 5.3.0 build 220428. EZVIZ CS-DB1C-A0-1E2W2FR versions prior to 5.3.0 build 220802. EZVIZ CS-C6N-B0-1G2WF versions prior to 5.3.0 build 220712. EZVIZ CS-C3W-A0-3H4WFRL versions prior to 5.3.5 build 220723.

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