Denver IP Camera SHO-110 Snapshot Disclosure

Denver IP Camera SHO-110 suffers from an unauthenticated disclosure of a snapshot.

MD5 | 9c56c41fd6c84e6025c78a7ea70f8fc2

# Exploit Title: Denver IP Camera SHO-110 - Unauthenticated Snapshot
# Date: 28 July 2021
# Exploit Author: Ivan Nikolsky (enty8080)
# Vendor Homepage:
# Version: Denver SHO-110 (all firmware versions)
# Tested on: Denver SHO-110

Backdoor was found in a Denver SHO-110 IP Camera. Maybe other models also have this backdoor too.

So, the backdoor located in the camera's second http service, allows the attacker to get a snapshot through `/snapshot` endpoint. There are two http services in camera: first - served on port 80, and it requires authentication, and the second - served on port 8001, and it does not require authentication.

It's possible to write a script that will collect snapshots and add them to each other, so the attacker will be able to disclosure the camera stream.



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