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Hack CCTV, Handhelds and more


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Hack CCTV, Handhelds and more

Sophos researcher James Lyne demonstrates how to hack an Internet-connected CCTV camera and an Android-powered phone using staggeringly simple methods.

According to Lyne, the Internet of Things is scarily immature when it comes to cyber-security – a flaw that needs to be urgently addressed.

In just about a minute of running his password hacking software he was able to take over the CCTV camera and see what it is streaming in real time.

He found that 550,000 users have kept the default settings on their phones. That allowed him to gain full access to the phone and its file structure.

Easy to hack in, take over the camera and even the microfon and listen to any conversation that is going  on.

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