Dahua Technology
Dahua Technology Co., Ltd.
Traded as SZSE: 002236
Industry Video surveillance Solutions
Founded 2001
Headquarters Hangzhou, China
Area served
Products Security Cameras, Network Cameras, HDCVI analog-to-HD Solutions, NVR/DVR, PTZ Cameras, Fisheye Cameras
Revenue Increase$2.1 billion (2016)[1]
Number of employees
Subsidiaries 35
Website www.dahuasecurity.com

Dahua Technology Co., Ltd. is a provider of video surveillance products and services, with the world's 2nd largest market share, according to a 2015 IMS report.[]


Dahua Technology's core product line includes network cameras, NVR, HDCVI cameras and HDCVI HCVRs--Dahua. Additionally, it produces intercoms, alarms, motion sensors and access control.

Dahua Technology provides video surveillance products to many markets, including banking, public security, energy, telecommunication, intelligent-building and intelligent-transportation.


High Definition Composite Video Interface (HDCVI) is brand new[when?] to the CCTV and security camera industry. As the HDCVI technology inventor and patent owner, Dahua has made it as a global open standard, providing open access for any third part, including competing manufacturers, to use HDCVI. Partnering with the HDcctv Alliance allows manufacturers to better collaborate on implementation of HDCVI 2.0 technology - carving the path for wider and quicker market acceptance.


In September 2016, the largest DDoS attack to date, on KrebsOnSecurity.com, was traced back to a botnet. According to Internet provider Level 3, the most commonly infected devices in this botnet were Dahua cameras and DVRs.[2][3]

HackRead reports that over one million Dahua cameras have been infected with the BASHLITE malware.[4]

See also


  1. ^ "Revenue". 
  2. ^ Goodin, Dan. "Brace yourselves--source code powering potent IoT DDoSes just went public". ARS Technica. ARS Technica. Retrieved 2016. 
  3. ^ "Attack of Things!". Level 3 Blog. Level 3 Communications. Retrieved 2016. 
  4. ^ "BASHLITE malware turning millions of Linux Based IoT Devices into DDoS botnet". HackRead. Retrieved 2016. 

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