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Smart Bulb Offers Light, Color, Music, and... Data Exfiltration?

Smart Bulb Offers Light, Color, Music, and… Data Exfiltration?

Smart bulbs are widely known as a successful offering in home automation and IoT products, as they are internet-capable light bulbs that allow home users to customize the colors, schedule on and off times, and control them remotely. Some even play music and could improve your sleep. Any device that can wireless connect with phone

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Smart Cities: Can My City be Hacked?

Our connected devices make life easier on us as individuals, and the conveniences afforded to us by connecting technology to the physical world around us are compounded when we expand the reach from individuals to a greater population, – entire cities.   While cities have been adapting new technologies that connect the physical world to

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Cyber Terrorism – How Real is the Threat?

As our dependency on the internet increases from our phones to our streets, hospitals and cities, so do the threats posed by cyber terrorism. “Cyber terrorism” is a contested term that can erroneously include acts of “hacktivism” and internet vandalism which do not directly threaten the lives and livelihoods of their victims. The potential threats

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Internet of Things (IoT) – Hack My Army

It’s now common knowledge that the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution has infiltrated our homes, cars and offices. But even defense forces are going online, with more and more weaponry being operated remotely with the help of dedicated applications. Unfortunately, this has provided politically and criminally motivated hackers with new targets to manipulate. Is the modern army really prepared

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Internet of Things (IoT) – Hack My Smart City

The modern metropolitan is becoming more and more computerized. Mega computers are running the show in more ways that can be comprehended – traffic signals, electricity networks, water supply pipes, public transport services and other civil utilities. While the Smart City concept is improving the standards of urban services, how safe really is it for us?

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Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Hospital

Hospitals and medical clinics were once places where patients were sheltered from the outer world and had the privacy they required for recovering safely. But with the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution in full swing and online health monitoring devices in abundance, the risks involving data leakage and privacy violation are rising exponentially. How safe

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Hacking is a business – and business is good

Parents freaked out when hackers stole millions of records from VTech, a Hong Kong-based toy maker. Because the records included information on at least 200,000 children, those mothers and fathers were probably more worried about kidnappings and child pornography than financial mischief. But hacks like the attack on VTech are almost never related to violent

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Internet of Things (IoT) – Hack My Home

Once a luxury reserved exclusively for the uber-technical or super-rich, the Internet of Things (IoT) phenomenon is invading our private dwellings at an astonishing pace. This revolution has basically connected all commonly used home appliances to the internet. Tech giants worldwide are investing a lot of resources in creating their own Internet of Things (IoT) eco-systems.

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Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Ride

Automobiles have come a long way since they were introduced to the masses at the beginning of the 20th century. Once measured by the roar of their engines and the comfort of their seats, today’s cars have metamorphosed into interactive computers on wheels. With the Internet of Things (IoT) phenomenon now taking the world by storm, a wide range

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