Hacked Internet of Things Database

Last Update: February 7, 2017

More and more gadgets for the home are connected to the Internet for additional functionality. Refrigerators to Thermostats to Door Locks, the list is never ending. Do not forget about security. You may have created an open door for hackers, become part of an evil Botnet, or illegal activity without your knowledge.

A vulnerable webcam can give ANYONE on the Internet a view of your home. Secure these home gadgets as strongly as possible. Many can NEVER be updated, which means that you should discontinue their usage.

Turn off uPNP on your router to prevent ports from being opened up to access IOT devices.

Even the NSA is loving the rise of all these IOT devices to let them hack more easily. CCTV cameras were involved in a DDoS attacks, taking down small businesses who did not pay ransom.

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