[爆卦] 小米嚴重漏洞 GOOGLE中止智能服務

先簡單說一下 要是今天有人家的GOOGLE語音無法操控小米設備 就是因為這個小米攝影機很容易被駭 有資安的嚴重問題 甚至有人直接連到其他人家裡看到攝影機的畫面 造成GOOGLE覺得這個問題很嚴重 需要下架小米服務 GOOGLE HOME 退出MI HOME 帳號連結後 在新增硬體的連結立面 就再也找不到MI HOME 了.... 最新的消息是 GOOGLE 正在連繫小米解決這個問題 以上 消息出處 https://reurl.cc/EKlyym So-called "smart" security cameras have had some pretty dumb security problems recently, but a recent report regarding a Xiaomi camera linked to a Google account is especially disturbing. One Xiaomi Mijia camera owner is getting still images from other random peoples' homes when trying to stream content from his camera to a Google Nest Hub. The images include stills of people sleeping and even an infant in a cradle. In the meantime, Google has entirely disabled Xiaomi integration for Google Home and the Assistant while it works out the issue with Xiaomi. This issue was first reported by user /r/Dio-V on Reddit and affects his Xiaomi Mijia 1080p Smart IP Security Camera, which can be linked to a Google account for use with Google/Nest devices through Xiaomi's Mi Home app/service. It isn't clear when Dio-V's feed first began showing these still images into random homes or how long the camera was connected to his account before this started happening. He does state that both the Nest Hub and the camera were purchased new. The camera was purchased from AliExpress and noted as running firmware version 3.5.1_00.66. Video Player 00:00 00:18 Video showing a random still image received when trying to stream content from the camera. When attempting to access a video feed from his connected camera (as depicted in the video above), instead of the expected local video feed, he's provided a random, occasionally partly corrupted black and white still image from another home. Among the eight or so examples initially provided to Reddit are a handful of disturbingly clear images showing a sleeping baby, a security camera's view of an enclosed porch, and a man seemingly asleep in a chair.
Two more images showing a clear view inside a home, including someone asleep in a chair. Dio-V also believes the content of the random still images being fed to his Nest Hub, which contain Xiaomi/Mijia branded date/timestamps, depict a different time zone than his own. It's technically possible this could be an elaborate hoax, but the video evidence is pretty damning. Whatever feed is trying to be accessed is clearly something that is actually integrated with Google Home/Assistant, and the fact that it's intermittently corrupted and showing still images rather than the expected video is also pretty high-effort for a fake. It's also possible these could be some sort of test images and he's inadvertently accessing a debug mode/feed, among other potential explanations. Google isn't taking any chances, though. We reached out to the company and were provided with the following statement after our story was initially published: "We’re aware of the issue and are in contact with Xiaomi to work on a fix. In the meantime, we’re disabling Xiaomi integrations on our devices." We reached out for further confirmation that this would mean a blanket disabling of all Mi Home product integrations or commands for the Assistant, and we have confirmed that this is the case. Our own subsequent attempts to use Mi Home integrated devices through Google Home/Assistant show that Google has already disabled this functionality at the time of our update, and Dio-V (the Reddit user with the original report) has confirmed for us that his camera is no longer working on his Nest Hub. We've reached out to Xiaomi for comment, as well as additional details surrounding how an issue like this could occur, but the company did not immediately respond. This isn't the first time that smart home security cameras have has this sort of problem before. Memorably, some used Nest cameras would remain linked to an original owner's account, providing them a glimpse inside the new purchaser's home. More recently, Wyze, who makes smart security cameras, also recently suffered a "mistake," storing unsecured user data in a publicly accessible manner and requiring all customers to pair/set up devices again. UPDATE: 2020/01/02 10:49AM PST BY RYNE HAGER Google says it's disabling Xiaomi integrations A Google spokesperson has provided us with the following short statement: "We’re aware of the issue and are in contact with Xiaomi to work on a fix. In the meantime, we’re disabling Xiaomi integrations on our devices." We have further confirmed and verified that this is a blanket disabling of all Mi Home product integrations for Google Home and the Assistant. Our coverage above has been updated with this information. -- 如果我說 愛我沒有如果 ★ · ﹡ * ‧ 錯過就過 你是不是會難過 ‧ 。 ‧ * ‧ 。 · 若如果拿來當藉口 那是不是有一點弱 ‧ 。 * * ※· 如果我說愛沒有如果 真的愛我就放手一搏 ‧ ** ‧ 。 · 還想什麼還怕什麼 快牽起我的手 ‧ 。 · By 梁靜茹 ~ 沒有如果 。‧ 。 · 衛鷹、現 - https://www.facebook.com/VOT1077.eye -- ※ 發信站: 批踢踢實業坊(ptt.cc), 來自: 220.132.107.131 (臺灣) ※ 文章網址: https://www.ptt.cc/bbs/Gossiping/M.1578024561.A.4A0.html
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