Hey Alexa, Who Am I Messaging?

Research shows that microphones on digital assistants are sensitive enough to record what someone is typing on a smartphone to steal PINs and other sensitive info.

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Light-Based Attacks Expand in the Digital Home

The team that hacked Amazon Echo and other smart speakers using a laser pointer continue to investigate why MEMS microphones respond to sound.

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Lax Security Exposes Smart-Irrigation Systems to Attack Across the Globe  

Systems designed by Mottech Water Management were misconfigured and put in place and connected to the internet without password protections.

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Male Chastity Device Comes with Massive Security Flaws

Smart sex toy vulnerable to hacks, researchers say — which could expose users’ most sensitive bits (of data) to cybercriminals.

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Critical Flaw in GoAhead Web Server Could Affect Wide Range of IoT Devices

Cybersecurity researchers today uncovered details of two new vulnerabilities in the GoAhead web server software, a tiny application widely embedded in hundreds of millions of Internet-connected smart devices.

One of the two vulnerabilities, assigned a…

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