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 January 3, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Surveillance

Steve Ragan reports:

It’s an IoT nightmare. One that is entirely preventable.

Two researchers have disclosed problems with hundreds of vulnerable GPS services using open APIs and trivial passwords (123456), resulting in a multitude of privacy issues including direct tracking. Further, many of the vulnerable services have open directories exposing logged data.

 

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