Zhejiang Dahua Technology Co., Ltd. is a partially state-owned publicly traded company based in Binjiang District, Hangzhou, which sells video surveillance products and services. It was founded and controlled by Fu Liquan.

Dahua Technology has more than 18,000 employees all over the world. The company’s solutions, products, and services are used in 180 countries and regions. It has 58 subsidiaries globally covering Asia, the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Oceania, Africa, etc.

In 2018, the company acquired security video camera company Lorex.

In November 2020, the company won a US$9 million, 1,900-camera smart city project with the public security bureau of Jiexiu.

In April 2021, Motorola Solutions announced that IndigoVision, a Motorola Solutions-owned company, would no longer relabel Dahua cameras, citing U.S. NDAA and supply-chain concerns.

In 2021 Best Buy, Home Depot, and Lowe’s stopped selling cameras from Dahua brand Lorex due to concerns about Dahua’s complicity in surveillance and human rights violations in Xinjiang.

In November 2021, the company was named in the Secure Equipment Act as one of several entities prohibited from receiving U.S. telecommunication equipment licenses due to national security reasons.

In September 2021, Dahua acknowledged an identity authentication bypass vulnerability affecting over 30 device models that, if exploited, can allow attackers to “bypass device identity authentication by constructing malicious data packets.” In October 2021, TechCrunch reported that The Home Depot and Best Buy stopped selling Lorex-branded Dahua and Ezviz products.

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