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Beware: Hackers in your car, TV and light-bulbs? »www.forbes.com/sites/rajsabhlok/···t-bulbs/ from »www.linuxsecurity.com/content/view/158605 ...
"We all know we should be careful transacting online, but are you thinking about cyber-security when youre watching TV or driving your car? If youre like me, those flashy new products at last weeks CES show probably got you dreaming about upgrading some of your old-school gadgets. The trend today is moving away from stand-alone devices to futuristic 'connected' devices, those that can talk to the cloud or even interact with your other systems and appliances..."
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StuartMWWho Is John Galt?Premium
So, how many smartphones does it take to change a light-bulb?
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I already have back seat drivers in my car too often. I sure don't need some hacker taking over my turn-by-turn navigation system telling me what to do. Like "you shouldn't be going to that bar; you should drive to the local church instead".
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