New research from IOActive has found that “blindly” trusting the encryption of the widely adopted device protocol can lead to DDoS, sending of false data and other cyber attacks.
Manufacturers of the Twinkly IoT-connected lights slightly boosted security by switching out the Wi-Fi module, according to Pen Test Partners.
Attackers could access Wi-Fi credentials due to a problem in initial configuration of the smart doorbell device.
Karsten Nohl, who was behind this week’s research that outlined new eavesdropping hacks for Alexa and Google Home, says that privacy for smart home assistants still has a ways to go.
Hacking into smart homes is becoming increasingly easy and a great way to steal victims’ personal information, Trend Micro said at RSA 2019.
IoT is growing more popular in the home – and so too are the attacks that target these devices featuring valuable data, researchers said at RSA 2019.
When it comes to domestic abuse, smart products around the house are turning into new threats, a panel of experts said at RSA.
Misconfigured DIY smart-home hubs for home automation could allow attackers to track owners’ movements, see if smart doors and windows are opened or closed, and even open garage doors.
Researchers found an array of vulnerabilities in the Logitech Harmony Hub, shedding light on IoT security.
Despite numerous talks about IoT vulnerabilities at RSAC this week, a clear resolution on a fixes is nowhere in sight.