Amazon patches Ring Video Doorbell vulnerability that could allow hackers to breach owner's Wi-Fi network

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Ring vulnerability attributed to device's use of insecure HTTP rather than encrypted HTTPS

Amazon has released a fix for a vulnerability in its Ring Video Doorbell Pro device that enabled hackers to take control of users' Wi-Fi networks. The vulnerability was discovered in June by sec...

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