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An Internet of Treacherous Things
A zombie network of home routers highlights the importance of prioritizing smart appliance security.
By Glenn Fleishman on January 13, 2015
Why It Matters
Within five years there may be 50 billion smart devices in homes and offices.
Plenty of science-fiction stories feature ordinary household appliances staging a revolt. In an episode of Futurama, toasters and home robots rise up against their human oppressors. Two trends are now starting to make such scenarios seem less far-fetched.
One is the wave of Internet of things devices being developed for homes—on full display at the CES trade show last week. The other is the increased hacking of home networking gear—as demonstrated by a zombie horde of home network routers discovered recently.
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Smart Home Devices Will Need Smarter Security  MIT Technology Review

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Google's modular Project Ara smartphones are coming to Puerto Rico

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This is Google’s latest Project Ara prototype  The Verge

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The Evolution of Auto Show ‘Booth Babes’ - WSJ

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The Evolution of Auto Show ‘Booth Babes’ - WSJ
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Hackers Don't Need Wi-Fi to Steal Your Data



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