Hacking Nest Thermostat
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Hacking Nest Thermostat

TrapX confirmed the design flaws discovered in the Nest Learning Thermostat. They validated the attack vector presented at the Black Hat 201…

Source: www.net-security.org

This clearly shows the vulnerabilities that IoT devices introduce into the home networks. Who takes full responsibility for the customer security? The homeowner can’t be expected to understand and act correctly. It must be the responsibility of the IoT tech suppliers. Unfortunately, they haven’t really started taking security seriously yet.

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Hacking Nest Thermostat