Internet of Things

Another IoT concern: Hackers target printers, VOIP to access networks

Russia-linked hackers are gaining access to network systems through poorly configured devices, such as office printers and VOIP phones, BankInfoSecurity.com reports. It’s another warning related to “Internet of Things” devices. The hackers are thought to be part of the Russian group known as “FancyBear” or APT 28 (Advanced Persistent Threat 28.) APT 28 is infamous …

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Who’s in your room? Researchers find smartphone room keys easily hacked

Does your favorite hotel load your room key onto your smartphone? If so beware – researchers presenting at last week’s Black Hat USA 2019 conference said they easily hacked the room key system at an unnamed European hotel. The German researchers said at the conference a hacker must be local to the hotel because the …

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