A list of 500,000 IoT credentials made their way onto the Internet. The list was posted on a hacker forum for anyone to see and use.
Voice biometric solution IDVoice is receiving a huge update so that it will now be able to be used as an authenticator and to respond to specific users.
Today’s children are the first of their generation to be born during the IoT revolution. Here are a few tips to help keep children safe in the IoT era.
Kali Linux can be used to perform a variety of penetration tests on your PC. Here are some penetration testing strategies for IoT devices with Kali Linux.
Wyze suffered a data leak that exposed the personal information of 2.4 million customers, thought it is owning up to it and taking quick action to mitigate it.
A recent spike of Ring camera hacks has shown the darker side of entrusting home security to IoT. Here is what happened and what you should know.
Many smart devices don’t come with a password, yet security advice calls for you to change the password on IoT devices. What does this really mean?
It was discovered that the KeyWe Smart Lock has a design flaw that can be exploited by an attacker to easily pick the lock and that the firmware can’t be patched.
The FBI has recently released a warning that smart-home networks should be on a separate network than the primary home network. That way, hackers can’t access your personal data.
The Which! website tested a few smart toys and kids’ karaoke machines and found that the majority had questionable security.
Just before Black Friday, the FBI issued a warning to consumers about the risks and dangers of owning a smart TV, such as hacking and data colleciton.
Thanks to a web backend and mobile app for a cheap children’s smartwatch, locations and other data for the kids is being exposed.
While the Apple Watch has still saved lives, three flaws have been identified with a study of just how many people the Apple Watch does help.
While Blockchains are important for storing permanent data that cannot be changed, it also brings a new privacy issue – how can confidential data be removed from blockchains?
Researchers have discovered that entertainment corporations are exploiting the communication capabilities of smart TVs to gather market analysis data.
The proliferation of IoT devices has now planted cameras in every part of the house and city. Can anyone just hack and watch you on the camera? Let’s find out.
It’s no breaking news that IoT is under heavy attack. In the first half of 2019, Kaspersky’s IoT honeypot saw 105 million attacks against their devices.
You may have a lot of smart devices and don’t remember which ones have access to the Internet. Here is how to find the devices connected to your router.