Netgear recently patched a whopping 50 flaws in some of its bestselling routers, but updating your firmware will protect you from them all.
Three more flaws have been disclosed in D-Link home wireless routers. One is already patched, but the other two are still very much a risk.
Windows, Android, Linux and iOS are vulnerable to attack over Bluetooth, although patches are available for most of the flaws.
The D-Link DIR 850L router is rife with flaws, from top to bottom, and the security researcher who found them told the public directly.
Many Arris or Motorola home-network gateways provided by AT&T may have serious security flaws that can't easily be fixed by home users.
Modern cars have a computer flaw that lets hackers cut off vital systems such as brakes or steering. There's no easy fix available.
Two more low-priced security cameras have been found to be rife with security flaws. according to a new report.
Pop off the bottom of a first-generation Amazon Echo, and you'll find a way to turn the smart speaker into a secret spying device.
A new flaw is endemic in open-source software that may affect thousands of home security cameras, which may never be fixed.
Security cameras made by Foscam but sold under a dozen different brand names are full of security flaws, researchers said.
Asus has patched some potentially critical bugs for its RT line of routers, but you may have to install the update manually.
A security firm can capture and rebroadcast the signal from car key fobs, letting them steal cars when their owners are up to 1,000 feet away.
Your neighbor could hijack your Samsung Smart TV, but the researchers who found the security flaw say Samsung doesn't want to fix it.
Some of the most popular Linksys routers are vulnerable to 10 different exploits, ranging from the trivial to the catastrophic.
A lawsuit alleges that a Bose app used to pair its products to smartphones is capturing customer habits for sales to third parties.
The operating system on Samsung smart TVs, smart watches and some smartphones is riddled with security holes, a researcher says.
The Nest Cam is vulnerable to simple Bluetooth attacks that could render it totally useless for the duration of a burglary.
Weaknesses in connected-car apps could let hackers steal your car, according to Kaspersky Lab researchers.
False information injected into data-driven systems such as smart cars or smart-home devices can lead to disaster, an Intel executive warns.
The FTC fined Vizio $2.2 million for tracking and selling user data without consent. Here's how to stop your Vizio TV from spying on you.
Owners of 31 different Netgear routers need to check if they're affected by two new exploits, and if so, to fix the routers immediately.
Some of the most popular consumer-grade security cameras on the market are wide open for cyberattacks — even ones from major manufacturers.
A huge, unpatched flaw exists in many of Netgear's top-end Wi-Fi routers. There's no fix yet; you may want to unplug your router.
A new malvertising campaign attacks 166 home Wi-Fi router models by taking advantage of brand-specific flaws. The fix is not easy to find.
Hundreds of thousands of webcams from a variety of cut-rate brands can easily be hacked from afar, even without default passwords.
Norwegian researchers hacked the Tesla Android app to unlock a Tesla car and drive it away without a keyfob.
The Department of Homeland Security issued a warning about a flaw affecting a wide variety of D-Link routers, and there's no easy fix yet.
Smart-home and other Internet of Things devices may be less secure because copyright law forbids researchers from disclosing flaws.
Security experts agree that IoT devices needed to be secured as soon as possible, but there's no consensus on the best way to get that done.
Russian government or criminals with powerful attack tools might be behind outages that hit Twitter, Amazon and dozens of other sites.
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