iPower Technologies, a U.S security company and network integrator, has discovered a copies of Conficker malware in the Martel Frontline Camera with GPS, one of the largest manufacturers of police in-car video systems in America, whose product is being sold and marketed as a body camera for official police department.
The Florida-based company, which is currently working to develop a cloud based video storage system for government agencies and police departments to store and search camera video, said that it had received cameras from the supplier Martel Electronics were loaded with 2009’s baddest botware.
Jarrett Pavao and Charles Auchinleck, researchers from the security company, found that when the cameras were connected to a computer, they tried to execute the Worm ‘Win32/Conficker.B!inf variant’.
After the findings, iPower said to have tried to contact Martel Frontline Camera in order to report the flaws. However, the company concerned is yet to give any response.