Tag: IoT

By: Jillian Stella, December 22, 2017 (11:24 AM)

Tis the Season for Talking Toy Injections

If it’s responding – it’s listening.Ever since Tickle-me Elmo, talking toys have been the ultimate children’s holiday gift.And with technologies everlasting evolvement, toys can now hear you and...

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By: Jillian Stella, August 30, 2017 (09:48 AM)

Hackers Hacking Humanoids

The first robot was created around 400-500 BC by Ancient Greek philosopher, Archytas who specialized in mathematics. With wood and steam, he created the artificial bird and was declared the "father of mechanical engi...

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By: Susan Morrow, April 10, 2017 (08:31 AM)

Will the IoT Ring the Death Knell for Privacy?

Forget space travel to Mars, human beings are building their own brave new world in cyberspace in the form of the ultimate in connectivity, the Internet of Things (IoT). Internet-connected devices are touching pretty much every aspect of our lives. As consumers, we are embracing health wearables lik...

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By: Susan Morrow, March 14, 2017 (07:35 AM)

Is the Mirai Bot a Sign of The Times or Things to Come?

On 21, October 2016, arguably the most significant Internet cyber attack in history occurred. Big sites like Twitter and Netflix suddenly weren’t working. Dyn, who handle DNS routing for some of the world's best-known Internet companies, had been attack...

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By: Walker Rowe, January 26, 2017 (09:40 AM)

Shodan: The Hacker’s Device Search Engine

There is a new tool on the internet that is nothing short of incredible: Shodan. It can be characterized as a search engine for hackers. But it does have legitimate uses, such as testing defenses and exposing vulnerabilities in one’s own network.What Shodan does is scan every ...

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