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Over 2 million IP security cameras, baby monitors and smart doorbells have serious vulnerabilities that could enable an attacker to hijack the devices and spy on their owners — and there’s currently no known patch for the shared flaws. The attack stems from peer-to-peer (P2P) communication technology in all of these Internet of Things (IoT) […]

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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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