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The attack, dubbed KindleDrip, was discovered in October 2020 by Yogev Bar-On, a researcher at Israel-based cybersecurity consulting firm Realmode Labs. KindleDrip involved the exploitation of three different security holes, all of which were addressed by Amazon. The first vulnerability in the exploit chain was related to the “Send to Kindle” feature, which allows users […]

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A Hamilton Beach Smart Coffee Maker that could eavesdrop, an Amazon Halo fitness tracker that measures the tone of your voice, and a robot-building kit that puts your kid’s privacy at risk are among the 37 creepiest holiday gifts of 2020 according to Mozilla. Researchers reviewed 136 popular connected gifts available for purchase in the […]

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A group of more than a dozen privacy and civil rights organizations on Thursday demanded that Amazon disclose information about breaches of election data in order to increase the company’s public transparency ahead of November. Groups including Color of Change and Demand Progress cited past incidents reported by Reuters that involved voter data, stored on […]

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