June 28, 2017

Cars, baby monitors and even TVs can be hacked

Go Cars, baby monitors and even TVs can be hacked With 22.5 billion devices set to be connected to the internet by 2021, the opportunity for holding these devices to ransom will present big opportunities to criminals. Picture: Pixabay.com. World Economic Forum | one day ago The recent global ransomware attack, which affected organisations around the world including Britain’s National Health Service, was the first real illustration for many people of the scale and physical consequences a cyber attack might present. Criminal hackers exploited a flaw in ‘retired’ Microsoft software, which is not routinely updated and patched for ...

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