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Security startup Verkada hack exposes 150,000 security cameras

Security startup Verkada hack exposes 150,000 security cameras

California firm Verkada is investigating a massive hack said to have affected 150,000 of its security cameras. Verkada provides cameras to companies including carmaker Tesla. Stolen footage allegedly included the insides of hospitals, schools and businesses. The company said it had notified law enforcement.

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Robert_Clearwater 1 months

Rule number one of the internet: if it's connected, it's vulnerable. If you have a camera in your house that broadcasts video, it will be intercepted by a foreign receiver. If you have a refrigerator that sends you messages when you are low on milk, those transmissions will also be intercepted. If you purchase something online then your card numbers are now public domain. If your voting machine is WiFi enabled, then it will be open to fraud and tampering.

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