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Your Smart Home Will Be Hacked. Here's How to Stop It.

  • Author:Jack Zou
  • Source:www.diecastingpartsupplier.com
  • Release on:2015-04-06

Some day we will all live in smart homes. Automated gadgets running on the Internet of Things will manage our lighting and heat, keep our appliances humming, and free us up to do more important things. like play Candy Crush Saga 24/7.

Before they do all that, though, the Internet of Things (IoT) has a lot of growing up to do. So far, tech startups have done a great job of churning out inexpensive gizmos that turn on the lights when you enter the room or start the coffee when you wake up, but they’ve done a mostly terrible job of making sure random strangers can’t also flip on your Philips Hue orcontrol your Keurig.

Last July, HPreleased a scathing report on the poor security of IoT devices, noting that more than 7 out of 10 have some kind of vulnerability. Over the past three years, devices like the Nest Smart Thermostat, Kwikset Smartkey lock, Foscam Baby Monitor, andthousands of home security cameras have been compromised in the lab or in the wild.

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