Amazon’s Alexa has serious privacy flaws says Check Point

Amazon’s Alexa has serious privacy flaws says Check Point

Cybersecurity firm Check Point states that there are serious flaws in Amazon’s Alexa that a user in just one-click could have handed over their voice history, address and control of their Amazon account to the hacker. It also says that an hacker could have also accessed victim’s personal info, such as banking data and usernames. CNet says that over 200mn devices have been shipped with Alexa.

Milan
Milan
IvoryDove
IvoryDove 0 months

In Orwell's "1984", there were graffiti messages "Big Brother is listening!". In reality, smart TVs, computers and smart phones are capable of listening (and seeing) everything that goes on, even while "turned off". "Big Brother" isn't just the government, it's a corporate/government hegemony.

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