Critical Flaw IDed In ZigBee Smart Home Devices

Critical Flaw IDed In ZigBee Smart Home Devices

By Natasha Lomas Security researchers have identified a critical vulnerability in devices using ZigBee, a wireless standard used for connectivity in multiple Internet of Things and smart home devices — raising the specter of hackers breaking into your smart home and doing what they like with your connected locks, alarm system and even controlling your lightbulbs. Read More

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