No. 1 smart home technology has serious security flaws
- The researchers proved there are at least four scary ways hackers could bypass your smart-home gadgets to get into your home, or manipulate the gadgets in it.
- A team of university researchers found major security gaps in the No. 1 Internet-connected gadget, Samsung’s SmartThings.
- To put the risk in perspective, just one of Samsung’s SmartThing apps, on Android smartphones and tablets, has been downloaded 100,000 times, so people can remotely control their home and appliances.
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