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Samsung’s smart home platform flaws let attackers fiddle with your doors

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, May 3, 2016.

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    Researchers have managed to exploit design flaws in the Samsung SmartThings smart home programming platform and successfully mount a series of attacks that could result in smart homes being entered, burglarized, and generally made insecure by attackers via malicious apps. Setting up a Samsung SmartThings hubs allows users to buy a number of devices such as fire alarms, motion sensors, cameras, thermostats, smart door locks, smart kitchen appliances, and so on and connect them all … More →

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