Which TCP/IP stacks does Wyze Use?
What is that supposed to mean? I believe the cameras still run Linux. Are you asking what ports it uses to communicate?
If you’re looking for TCP and UDP port info, it’s listed here:
I’m not sure about this topic. Except I red how important it is…
They refer to TCP/IP stacks.
I don’t have an answer for you with regards to this latest vulnerability/exploit (Amnesia:33), but I’ll see if I can get a response for you from a Wyze team member.
I don’t see why you should bother escalating. There’s not a single Wyze product that holds a public IP address. They are all safely behind NAT routers. Any use of this attack, even if it applied to Wyze firmware’s OS, would be limited to people/devices on your home network. I think.
(Technically it’s possible for a Wyzecam to pull a public address if your DHCP server were configured to supply it (or you chose to port forward) but who would do that?)
I was only looking for a yes/no answer to if it is an issue.
Some do port forwarding. How else are you going to view your Wyze cams with RSTP firmware from work using VLC?
I’m waiting for answers about the last couple of products and will give an official response then. But I can already confirm that most of our products are not affected by Amensia:33. I’ll report back with my findings when I’ve got the final confirmation of everything.
Thank you Gwendolyn.
Yes but that should be only a single port. You’re right though, the surface of these attacks seems pretty wide and that might be enough. Thanks for checking @WyzeGwendolyn.