March 21, 2018

Defending against a hacked refrigerator

FROM JOSEPH FARAH'S G2 BULLETIN Defending against a hacked refrigerator Experts warn anything that can connect to Web can be threat Published: 30 mins ago So you’re secure, asks a new report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. Not unless you’re also protected against unwanted incursions into the software running your webcam, your TV, your refrigerator, or doorbell, or anything else that can connect to the Web.

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