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Outdoor Tech’s Chips ski helmet speakers are a hot mess of security flaws

By | api, Apps, california, Gadgets, Password, Security, walkie talkie, wireless speakers

Sometimes the “smartest” gadgets come with the shoddiest security. Alan Monie, a security researcher at U.K. cybersecurity firm Pen Test Partners, bought and tested a pair of Chips 2.0 wireless speakers, built by California-based Outdoor Tech, only to find they’re a security nightmare. The in-helmet speakers allow users to listen to music on the go, […]

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Lenovo Watch X was riddled with security bugs, researcher says

By | api, Bluetooth, China, computer security, computing, encryption, Gadgets, lenovo, Password, spokesperson, web server, Zhongguancun

Lenovo’s Watch X was widely panned as “absolutely terrible.” As it turns out, so was its security. The low-end $50 smart watch was one of Lenovo’s cheapest smart watches. Available only for the China market, anyone who wants one has to buy one directly from the mainland. Lucky for Erez Yalon, head of security research at […]

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