Embedded devices with vulnerable hard-coded encryption keys continue to proliferate, warn researchers

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The 'internet of insecure things' to become even more insecure after SEC-Consult dumps data on Github

The number of embedded devices "secured" with potentialy vulnerable hard-coded encryption keys is increasing at a faster rate now than when the problem was first highlighted in November last year. ...

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