Internet-connected homes open the door to hackers

Baby monitors, thermostats and other “smart” devices add convenience to our daily lives. What are manufacturers doing to make sure they don’t make life easier for criminals too?

CNET December 28, 2015

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Internet-connected homes open the door to hackers

Baby monitors, thermostats and other “smart” devices add convenience to our lives. What are manufacturers doing to ensure they don’t make life easier for criminals too?

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