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Feature: New SmartTVs Could Open the Door to Hackers

New SmartTVs Could Open the Door to Hackers

Craig Young, Cybersecurity Researcher for Tripwire

TVs are one of the hottest selling items for consumers during the holidays and more than 90% of them will be connected to the internet by 2016. SmartTVs are a great gift, but consumers should be aware that connecting a new SmartTV to a home network may open the doors for hackers. Hacking a smart TV doesn't sound too terrible to most consumers, but attackers can use a successful SmartTV attack to gain access to all the devices on your home network; this can include access to financial data on personal computers as well as other confidential information. Smart TV attacks are relatively easy to implement, and they affect businesses as well as consumers. Gaining access to a corporate network through a smart TV can provide access to a wide range of corporate data. Read More >>

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