February 07, 2012 23:10 ET

New TRENDnet IP Camera Firmware Eliminates Security Threat

TORRANCE, CA--(Marketwire - Feb 7, 2012) - TRENDnet, today announces the release of new IP Camera firmware which eliminates a documented security threat. A recent product hack revealed a vulnerability present in several TRENDnet SecurView IP cameras.

TRENDnet's security team understands that video from some TRENDnet IP SecurView cameras may be accessed online in real time. Upon awareness of the issue, TRENDnet initiated immediate actions to quantify the scope of the issue, initiate corrective actions, and publish updated firmware which resolves the issue.

Only select cameras purchased between April of 2010 and the present may be affected and require a firmware update. Eighteen camera models have been identified. A list of the identified products is available on TRENDnet's homepage:

How can Consumers Upload new Firmware?
Updating firmware takes a few minutes. New firmware for all of the listed models is available at the following link:

How can Consumers Contact TRENDnet?
TRENDnet has created the following dedicated email for all inquires related to this reported issue. Customers with any questions related to this issue such as how to update your camera's firmware are invited to contact TRENDnet at the following email:

For more than 20 years, TRENDnet has built a reputation for offering trusted, security IP camera solutions to consumers worldwide. We have worked hard to create a brand delivering network solutions that people trust. TRENDnet extends its deepest apologies to consumers who may be impacted by this issue.

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