There is a massive hole in IoT security, says Avast researcher

Tom Allen
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The IoT’s convenience is a double-edged sword
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The IoT’s convenience is a double-edged sword

Poorly-configured protocols are leaving whole networks open to attackers

Avast security researcher Martin Hron has revealed a gaping hole in the security of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. We've written in the past about the vulnerabilities in leaving these products with...

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