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Your IoT Device is Likely Spying on You through Backdoor Security Flaws

Many people are used to trading privacy for convenience these days. After all, this is how those with nefarious agendas get people to adopt technology that continually spies on them. IoT technology is no different. A recently discovered security vulnerability from a major manufacturer of IoT devices has exposed just how dangerous this technology can be. The following article from TweakLibrary details how this sort of surveillance technology can wreak havoc upon our lives. – Truth Unmuted Editor Jesse Smith

This Security Vulnerability Could Change An IoT Device Into A Nasty Spy

IoT has had a remarkable impact on our lives. We now have devices connected over a network that are capable of making our lives much easier and comfortable. From smartphones to smartwatches to internet-powered doorbells, door alarms, security cameras, speakers, door locks, lights, bulbs, and baby monitors, the list is just endless. However, with this boon, a bane looms around and that is, miscreants can hack into these devices and if not acted upon promptly, they can wreak havoc on our lives. But, when can hackers feed on IoT devices? The answer is when they sniff a security vulnerability or when we as users don’t practice healthy security habits.

We’ll get into the security habits on a user’s part later in the blog but, let’s first discuss how a security vulnerability can lead a hacker into your IoT device and then into your personal or professional life. Quite recently, a security vulnerability has hit IoT devices. This security flaw can give access to your IoT audio and video feeds and turn into a spying tool...

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