Mirai is a newly public hacking tool that allows miscreants to take control of unsecured IoT devices and use them to take down websites.
Twelve out of 16 Bluetooth smart locks examined could be unlocked by a remote attacker, a researcher said at the DEF CON hacker conference.
Cybercriminals find ways to exploit smart devices. Here are the dangers that lurk in the Internet of Things, and how to keep yourself safe.
Today's toys know a lot more about your kids than you might think. Here's how to protect your children and yourself.
Kaspersky Lab tested four smart-home devices, including Chromecast, for security flaws, and the results were not encouraging.
New devices promise to add Wi-Fi to your car by plugging into the car's diagnostic port. That's a terrible and dangerous idea.
Nest smart thermostats can be easily hacked to form botnets or spy on owners, researchers showed at the BlackHat security conference.
As the Internet of Things spreads to everyday devices, digital attacks could have deadly consequences.
Upscale hotels let guests control room lights and other functions with a tablet. But these systems can be hacked, with interesting results.
Many so-called 'smart' homes are not secure. Here's why they're not, and how you can make your own smart home safer.
Getting into the systems that control critical infrastructure like electrical grids starts with fooling people, says a professional hacker.
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