Smart lighting systems have been detected with security holes

Osram Sylvania Lightify smart lighting systems' vulnerabilities were discovered by the security researchers at Rapid7. Osram, which sells both Home and Pro products, claims it agreed to test its Lightify products by Rapid7. The technology provided by Osram is designed for users to set moods, brightness, and other lighting controls from their apps.

“This vulnerability allows a malicious actor to inject persistent JavaScript and HTML code into various fields within the Pro web management interface. When this data is viewed within the web console, the injected code will execute within the context of the authenticated user,”

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