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Read: FCC Bans New Equipment Sales of Hikvision, Dahua

FCC Bans New Equipment Sales of Hikvision, Dahua

The ban applies to equipment sold by Hikvision, Dahua and other banned entities for “the purpose of public safety, security of government facilities, physical surveillance of critical infrastructure, and other national security purposes.”

Read: Dahua Deemed ‘Chinese Military Company,’ Added to DOD Blacklist

Dahua Deemed ‘Chinese Military Company,’ Added to DOD Blacklist

Dahua joins technology providers like Hikvision and Huawei on the blacklist, which bars buying or selling publicly traded securities in target companies.

Read: Vulnerability in Dahua’s ONVIF Implementation Discovered by Cyber Researchers

Vulnerability in Dahua’s ONVIF Implementation Discovered by Cyber Researchers

The vulnerability reportedly could be abused by attackers to access Dahua cameras with full privileges, including watching live video footage.

Read: Dahua Technology Announces Night Color 2.0 Fusion Camera

Dahua Technology Announces Night Color 2.0 Fusion Camera

The Dahua Technology Night Color 2.0 Fusion Camera incorporates a pair of 4 MP sensors that enable full-color images in poorly lit environments.

Read: Dahua Launches 3-in-1 Camera for Proactive Video Monitoring

Dahua Launches 3-in-1 Camera for Proactive Video Monitoring

Named the TiOC, the new offering’s feature sets include warm-light LEDs, an active alarm with red and blue flashing lights, and two-way talk.

Read: Biden Signs Secure Equipment Act, Increasing Restrictions on Dahua and Hikvision

Biden Signs Secure Equipment Act, Increasing Restrictions on Dahua and Hikvision

The new law prevents the FCC from granting or reviewing applications for licenses from companies the agency determines are a security threat to the U.S.

Read: Senate Passes Secure Equipment Act to Protect U.S. Telecommunications

Senate Passes Secure Equipment Act to Protect U.S. Telecommunications

The bill bans Chinese tech firms deemed security risks from receiving new equipment licenses, delivering another blow to Dahua, Hikvision and others.

Read: Ban on Hikvision, Dahua & Other Chinese Gear Gains Steam

Ban on Hikvision, Dahua & Other Chinese Gear Gains Steam

A new measure would make it impossible for U.S. telecommunications carriers to continue using equipment from companies deemed threats by the FCC.

Read: Dahua PoE 2.0 Transmission Devices Come in 16-, 24-port GB Models

Dahua PoE 2.0 Transmission Devices Come in 16-, 24-port GB Models

For higher power, the new PoE switches now support IEEE 802.3bt standard which supports up to 90 watts on the red labeled ports.

Read: Dahua USA Releases DSS 8.0 Software With Enhanced Scalability

Dahua USA Releases DSS 8.0 Software With Enhanced Scalability

The improved architecture of DSS 8.0 is said to reduce the load on the server, and cascade expansion allows for a phased investment.

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