OEMs Beware: These Days, Anything Can Be Hacked

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mobbydi   11/16/2016 9:53:22 AM

absolutely right article

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Re: Anyone can pay to use the botnet
Accamented1987   10/28/2016 8:08:48 AM

absolutely right, few days back a site of us on usa veterans got compromised.

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Pablo Valerio   10/27/2016 2:41:35 PM

It is not the first time that security of IoT devices becomes a serious concern.

The main difference now is those devices are used to perform attacks on other industries, and the internet.

I just attended the IoT Solutions World Congress here in Barcelona, and the DDoS attack has been one of the main topics.

The industry is not only concerned about what hackers could do with the billions of devices that are going to be installed, but much more concerned with the several billion units already out there with low security and outdated software.

Those botnets, unfortunately, are already there, ready to use by anyone who pays the price.

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