Warning issued over hackable security cameras

The owners of the vulnerable indoor cameras are advised to unplug the devices immediately. Around 3.5 million security cameras installed in homes and offices mainly in Asia and Europe have serious vulnerabilities that expose the gadgets’ owners to the risk that attackers will spy on them, steal their data or target other devices on the … More Warning issued over hackable security cameras

Sensitive plastic surgery photos exposed online

Other leaked records include videos, facial and body scans, as well as a range of patients’ personal data. Hundreds of thousands of records belonging to plastic surgery patients have been discovered sitting on an unprotected server and accessible for anyone to view. The data were stored on an Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket database … More Sensitive plastic surgery photos exposed online

What was wrong with Alexa? How Amazon Echo and Kindle got KRACKed

ESET Smart Home Research Team uncovers Echo, Kindle versions vulnerable to 2017 Wi-Fi vulnerabilities. In recent years, hundreds of millions of homes have become “smarter” and internet-enabled using one of the popular home assistant devices. Despite the efforts of some vendors to develop these devices with security in mind, ESET Smart Home Research Team discovered … More What was wrong with Alexa? How Amazon Echo and Kindle got KRACKed

Smart TVs: Yet another way for attackers to break into your home?

A primer on why internet-enabled TVs make for attractive and potentially soft targets, and how cybercriminals can ruin more than your TV viewing experience. With their high-resolution screens, cameras, microphones and innovative interfaces geared towards a better user experience, smart TVs have found their way into many homes. They have become so popular that, according to … More Smart TVs: Yet another way for attackers to break into your home?

Over 2.3 billion files exposed online

Millions of files that are sitting out in the open across various file storage technologies are actually encrypted by ransomware. More than 2.3 billion files have been found inadvertently exposed online over the past year, reads a report from threat intelligence outfit Digital Shadows. The firm’s new ‘Too Much Information: The Sequel’ report follows up … More Over 2.3 billion files exposed online