Millions of Insecure Devices Share The Same Keys

keySo how would it be if you found out that the key to your house also worked at your neighbor’s house.  What if it turned out the builder in your subdivision used the exact same lock on every house they built, and your key could get you into every house in your neighborhood?

This is essentially the situation that security researchers at SEC Consult discovered with a host of Internet connected ...

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The Internet of Insecure Security Things

cameraIf the title seems confusing, it is not your fault.  It is really tough to get my head around the epic failure of purported security companies who bring products like these to market.  This practically qualifies as fraud!

The first story is about a manufacturer of security camera and DVR systems.  This company is a white box manufacturer, in that they build products that are privately labelled by other ...

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The Internet of Insecure Things and DDoS

IOTI have been collecting article links about cybersecurity issues affecting the increasing number of non-computer Internet connected devices, commonly known as the Internet of Things or IoT.  In our enthusiasm to connect every device we own (thermostats, lighting controls, baby monitors, nanny cams and home security systems, etc.) to a smartphone app, the brilliant creators of these products are ...

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