As more of our cameras, speakers, thermostats and locks connect online, they’re increasingly open to meeting up with hackers.
Hackers have come up with new ways to break into your data — sending attacks through our appliances, locks, blinds and anything that connects to the internet. These are part of the so-called Internet of Things (IoT), and hacking attacks sent through these devices “became the preferred weapon of choice,” for starting denial of service attacks last year, says a new report from Arbor Networks, a security software company.
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