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Fax machines, coffee pots, and baby monitors - the surprising ways you could be hacked

6 monthes ago   |   By The Next Web

Hopefully you protect your computers from cyber attacks. You might have anti-virus software on your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop. You might avoid using them to visit suspicious websites and carefully protect your various login details. But it's no longer just what we typically think of as computers that are connected to the internet and so at risk of cyber attacks. And if multiple devices are connected to the same network in your home or office, then if a hacker breaks into one machine they could gain access to all of them. Security researchers recently claimed to have hacked...
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