Update as of June 23, 2022
Today, June 23, 2022, Owl Labs released the latest software update 18.104.22.168 in reference to recent security issues that were identified.
These updates include:
As of today, all outstanding CVE IDs have been resolved. Note: CVE ID (CVE-2022-31460) was resolved on June 6, 2022.
If your Meeting Owl (Pro or 3) is connected to Wi-Fi, you will automatically receive this update after midnight local time today. If you’d like to apply the update immediately, here are detailed instructions on how to manually update your Meeting Owl.
Owl Labs is committed to ensuring our products are secure, and continues to make security a top priority. More updates to come, and updates above can be found in our release notes and privacy and security hub.
Original Update from June 6, 2022
Today's release, 22.214.171.124, includes the following update:
If your Meeting Owl Pro is connected to Wi-Fi, you should have automatically received the first update (126.96.36.199), and Meeting Owls that are online will automatically update with the second release after midnight local time today. If you’d like to apply the update immediately, here are detailed instructions on how to manually update your Meeting Owl.
We want to assure our customers that all high-security issues have been addressed. Now, Owl Labs is in the process of implementing a few additional updates.
Upcoming updates will address the associated CVE IDs, which are related to the Meeting Owl Pro’s PIN (referred here as passcode):
To be clear, once software version 188.8.131.52 is applied, there is no risk of unauthorized network access due to the above CVEs. The Owl PIN issues are low risk and would allow someone to access per-meeting default-meeting settings only (for example: Presenter Enhance, 360-degree Pano on/off), and require them to be within Bluetooth range. We expect to resolve the above issues in the next few weeks and will communicate when completed.
Our commitment to you, our customers.
More to come. As always, don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns.
_Mark Schnittman, Cofounder and CTO, Owl Labs