Xiamen Xoceco Jingejia Electronic Co., Ltd.

TitleXiamen Xoceco Jingejia Electronic Co., Ltd.
ProductsCorollary hardware components
Company typeManufacturer
Website
Email
Phone86-592-5620619
Fax86-592-5746593
Mobile13860129187
AddressNo.22 Huli Dadao, Huli District,Xiamen,China
Zip361006
CountryChina
StateFujian
CityXIAMEN
ProductsCorollary hardware components
Num of employees501 - 1000 People
MarketsNorth America South America Eastern Europe Southeast Asia Africa Oceania Mid East Eastern Asia Western Europe
SalesUS$10 Million - US$50 Million
OemOEM Service Offered
PurchasesBelow US$1 Million

Better TV Via Hacking

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Sun, 31 Oct 2021 17:00:00

Smart TVs are just dumb TVs with a computer and a network connection, right? In a variation of rule 34, if it has a computer in it, someone will hack it. When [smarttvhacker] bought a Sony 48 inch smart TV, he noticed all the software licenses listed in the manual and realized that was a big leg up into hacking the TV.

We don’t have a comparable Sony model, but [smarttvhacker’s] post is a veritable travel log of his journey from TV viewer to TV ruler. By analyzing everything from network port scans to a dump of a firmware upgrade, he wound up being able to install a telnet server.

We aren’t sure what he plans to do now that he has a shell prompt, but that really isn’t the point is it? We used to say, if you can’t open it, you don’t own it. Maybe a corollary would be: if you can’t log into it, you don’t own it.

Blackhat had a Samsung TV exploit a few years ago (see video below). On the other hand, why bother? Just make your own with a Raspberry Pi, which has been done more than once.