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It's often terrifyingly easy for hackers to spy on your sleeping baby. One South Carolina mother may have found that out the hard way.
Despite its ubiquity, Internet of Things security still isn't ready for prime time.
Someone got a peek inside a stranger's kitchen in a clear privacy breach.
Kaspersky Lab researchers found multiple vulnerabilities in certain smart cameras that could allow attackers to obtain remote access to video and audio feeds.
“My son came running out of the playroom and found me in the kitchen and said 'it’s not daddy talking to me. It’s not daddy.'”
Ring has a history of lax, sloppy oversight when it comes to deciding who has access to some of the most precious, intimate data belonging to any person: a live, high-definition feed from around — and perhaps inside — their house.