Security holes in the 3 most popular smart home hubs and Honeywell Tuxedo Touch

At the 2015 Intelligent Defense European Technical Research Conference in June, Tripwire security researcher Craig Young presented Smart Home Invasion and revealed zero-day flaws in the "brains" of Internet of Things platform hubs such as SmartThings hubs, Wink hubs, and MiOS Vera. The Wink and Vera products "contained critical remotely exploitable flaws." Young warned that "if not addressed, smart home flaws can give rise to a new type of 'smart criminal' able to case victims without being seen. Once a target is chosen, it is possible to unlock doors and disable security monitoring."

Read more: http://www.networkworld.com/article/2952718/microsoft-subnet/security-holes-in-the-3-most-popular-smart-home-hubs-and-honeywell-tuxedo-touch.html

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