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New IoT Vulnerabilities Illustrate Risks of Connected Devices
McAfee researchers have uncovered two new vulnerabilities within connected devices that allow hackers access to the personal lives of consumers. A vulnerability within BoxLock smart padlock could have enabled hackers to unlock the device within a few seconds, and a vulnerability within the Mr. Coffee brand coffee maker with Wemo could grant hackers access to home networks. As the Internet of Things (IoT) grows and smart devices gain popularity, McAfee warns consumers and businesses alike that cybercriminals will continue to find new ways to exploit all connected things. McAfee is committed to threat research and applauds businesses that quickly remediate disclosed vulnerabilities to provide more secure products to their customers.
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