Diffusion Science radio: The Internet of Hackable Things & OzSpace part 2

The Internet of Hackable Things & OzSpace part 2

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Dishwasher, teddy bears and TVs hacked by Ian Woolf,
Tim Parsons concludes that the space industry in Australia is about to grow rapidly. (part 2)
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf
Music: "Rynos Theme" by Kevin MacLeod

Tim Parsons
Tim Parsons
Delta V Space Hub

Miele extends its smart home app and
boosts connectivity

Security News This Week: Yes, Even Internet-Connected Dishwashers Can Get Hacked
This is the dishwasher with an unsecured web server we deserve
Any IoT Device Can Get Hacked — Even Dishwashers
A Hackable Dishwasher Is Connecting Hospitals to the Internet of Shit
Internet-Connected Medical Washer-Disinfector Found Vulnerable to Hacking
Bugged Microwave? More like hacked dishwashers

Miele Dishwasher Hackable – firm doesn’t respond to disclosure

Directory Traversal Attacks

CloudPets' woes worsen: Webpages can turn kids' stuffed toys into creepy audio bugs
Creepy Teddy Bears Leak Kids’ Voices to Strangers on the Internet

Data from connected CloudPets teddy bears leaked and ransomed, exposing kids' voice messages
Children's messages in CloudPets data breach

Smart TV hack embeds attack code into broadcast signal—no access required
About 90% of Smart TVs Vulnerable to Remote Hacking via Rogue TV Signals

April 10, 2017

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