August 02, 2017

How a fish tank helped hack a casino

How a fish tank helped hack a casino Alex Schiffer By Alex Schiffer July 21 Follow @TheSchiffMan Hackers stole data from a casino by hacking into an Internet-connected fish tank, according to a new report. (iStock) Hackers are constantly looking for new ways to access people’s data . Most recently, the way was as simple as a fish tank.

>Read the source article at The Washington Post

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