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Chinese company recalls cameras used in cyberattack that crippled Twitter, Spotify

A Chinese electronics company is recalling cameras that security researchers linked to Friday’s massive cyberattack that brought down Twitter, Spotify, Reddit and other websites.  Xiongmai, a company that makes camera modules for surveillance equipment, is recalling some devices that were sold in the United States. SEE ALSO: How an attack on a company you’ve never heard of crushed the internet “Security issues are a problem facing all mankind. Since industry giants have experienced them, Xiongmai…

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Chinese company recalls cameras used in cyberattack that crippled Twitter, Spotify

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