Cylance found 277 vulnerable InnGate devices in 29 countries that can be directly attacked from the Internet. Many of them were located in the U.S.
"Listing those vulnerable devices at this time would be irresponsible and could result in a compromise of those networks," Wallace said. "Take it from us that this issue affects hotel brands all up and down the spectrum of cost, from places we've never heard of to places that cost more per night than most apartments cost to rent for a month."
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