Smart Home. Monday , September 03rd , 2018 - 10:05:24 AM
Good-guy hackers have proven again and again that they can hack into smart devices. Not only are they playfully scaring users by becoming digital poltergeists, but on a more serious note, they have found that they could orchestrate break-ins and harvest valuable personal data.
A smart home can control all the lights in that house and can extend the control by controlling all electronic devices in the house from a single point of management. Smart houses can collect all required information by using sensors like motion sensors, lighting sensors, door sensors, rain sensors, and many others like these. Smart house can evaluate the collected data and can manage routine tasks in your house, takes the security of your home, informs you when unexpected case happens within the house.
One security company investigated smart home thermostats and found that they were, in fact, hackable. The hackers found that they could peek into users' web history, the times when they were and were not home, and other crucial information that you wouldn't want a hacker to know. A thermostat-based security breach is unlikely since the hacker would have to have to physically enter the building and hook up to the thermostat with a USB cable-unless you bought it secondhand.
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