Wednesday, January 29

Smart toys could let strangers into your home

Smart toys could let strangers into your home

The consumer watchdog Which? has revealed some internet-enabled children’s toys that carry serious security flaws.
The report finds toys sold by major retailers such as Amazon, Argos, John Lewis and Smyths, are vulnerable to hacks, which could allow a stranger to communicate with a child.

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