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23/04/18 |Research # , , , ,

Honeypots and the Internet of Things

According to Gartner, there are currently over 6 billion IoT devices on the planet. Such a huge number of potentially vulnerable gadgets could not possibly go unnoticed by cybercriminals. As of May 2017, Kaspersky Lab’s collections included several thousand different malware samples for IoT devices, about half of which were detected in 2017.

The article is prepared jointly Vladimir KuskovMikhail KuzinYaroslav ShmelevIgor Grachev especially for Securelist.com

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Stored XSS almost in all home routers around us. From quite popular and outdated Netgear that allows to organize persistence even after restoring to factory settings, to recently released Keenetic Air. Playing with @kaato137 with the devices, we're worrying about rental property.

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"These vulnerabilities could be exploited in the future to steal personal information, alter or erase memories or cause physical harm"
Future doesn't appear from nowhere: the "pain" begins with vulnerable environment (with current management platforms). https://t.co/M4OpjvNKWC

#Brainjacking, #Neurostimulation, #MemoryHacking – the keywords of our collaborative research with @Sqrrl101 from Oxford University Neurosurgery Group, we’ve presented at KLNext. In the photo I’m demonstrating the size of your brain after our talk. Report: https://t.co/dcDQ1A9upN

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