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Authentication Flaw in DJI Drone Web App Let Attackers Gain Control

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Researchers have found a critical authentication flaw in the DJI drone web app which poses a serious threat to the security of business giants and to the solo clan as well. Once exploited, the vulnerabilities discovered were reported to trigger remote hacks gaining accessto DJI's web store, synced cloud server data, and FlightHub

Security Vulnerability Found in the DJI Drone Web App


As discovered by the researchers at Check Point Research, a critical authentication flaw has existed in the DJI drone web app which when exploited allowed attackers to access targeted user’s DJI account without any alarm going off.


The security vulnerability was nestled in the authentication process of DJI which allowed the attacker to sneak around protections and get access to the victim’s account in the manner as follows – referenced from Check Point Reports

“DJI uses a cookie that the attacker can obtain to identify a user and create tokens, or tickets, to access their platforms....(continued)
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