Another smart toy vulnerability? Boston-based researchers found a flaw in a Fisher-Price smart toy that exposes sensitive user data, including a child’s name, birthdate, and gender.
A San Diego-based researcher discovered a flaw in a smart car’s operating system that allows it to be carjacked by playing a spiked .WMA track on its CD player.
Another power provider just reported being hit by a “severe“ attack, barely a month after the Ukrainian power grid was brought down by malware.
Malware found in power suppliers' systems may be responsible for causing a massive power outage in Ukraine.
Car hacks are no longer science fiction, it’s now reality. And it holds a stark future for us if it’s not addressed and fast.