Pot meet kettle?
I bet they found the flaws a long time ago but have been hanging on to them so they could be publicised, oh, let's say a few days after Cisco has had to release a bunch of security updates themselves.
Security researchers at Cisco Talos have found two serious flaws with Sony's network-facing surveillance kit, the IPELA E Series Network Camera. A command injection vulnerability in the measurementBitrateExec functionality could be abused to cause arbitrary commands to be executed in response to a maliciously contracted HTTP …
^ This. Cisco Talos should be prevented from publicly disclosing vulnerabilities for any other company's product, if within 30 days of the discovery of yet another backdoor in a Cisco product. We'd never hear from them again.
Cisco Talos, please take out your own trash first.
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