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In 2017, a thermometer in a fish tank at a casino hotel lobby was hacked, enabling attackers to penetrate the casino’s network and transport its “high roller” database to the cloud. In May, 2018, a denial of service attackknocked out a corporate website for four days. The attack was orchestrated through a network of internet […]

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Chinese electronic firm Hangzhou XiongMai (XM) says it will recall some of its IoT devices, including webcams, after claims that they were widely exploited by malicious hackers that launched a massive denial-of-service attack on Friday October 21st. The distributed denial-of-service attack targeted domain name service Dyn, who confirmed this weekend in a statement that it […]

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More than half of consumers don’t believe Internet of Things (IoT) devices have the necessary security in place to keep their data secure, according to new research from Auth0. Adding insult to injury, developers shared consumers’ worries, with 90 percent believing the IoT devices on the market currently don’t have proper security measures in place. […]

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