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Hackers put smart home devices to the test

Added: 12 October 2018 - Fiona Garcia

As concerns around cybercrime and the danger hackers pose to connected home products gains prevalence amongst consumers,  online security experts vpnMentor have investigated the accessibility of a number of 'smart' home devices.

Meanwhile, 81% of visitors to diyweek.net have said they don''t thipnk enough is being done to secure connected/smart home products from hackers. we explored the issue further in our security & safety range review in the September 28 issue of DIY Week. 

 

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