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Half of IoT devices let down by vulnerable apps
Testing Internet of Things (IoT) devices for security weaknesses can often resemble a large fist punching a wet paper bag. Researchers report a litany of firmware vulnerabilities, insecure wireless communications, and consumer complacency about the risks of connecting smart devices to a home network.With so much bad press, might things be improving? Not as fast as they should be, according to a test by researchers from Brazil’s Federal University of Pernambuco and the University of Michigan, who took a closer look at 32 smartphone apps used to configure and control the 96 top-selling Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled devices sold on Amazon.
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