Check Point Researchers developed an attack to hijack DJI drone user accounts that may contain the user’s sensitive information as well as access to the device itself.
Researchers developed an XSS attack that could be posted on a DJI forum that is used by hundreds of thousands of DJI customers, to intercept the identifying token and use it to log in as the customer, according to a Nov. 11 blog post.
The attack demonstrates the vulnerability in the drone’s cloud network which can be accessed from anywhere by highlighting the need for a two-factor authentication mechanism, better identification mechanisms, and the importance of segmentation for organizations across their IT networks in order to contain and limit the damage inflicted by a potential attack.
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