At a DEF CON security conference in August, Hackers were successfully able to expose 47 vulnerabilities in 23 Internet-of-Things devices. Among the items hacked were smart-devices such as smart-padlocks, refrigerators, and other network connected devices. One of the devices hacked was a solar array management device. The hacker claims that the vulnerabilities that existed for the solar device meant he could disrupt and shut down small to mid sized power generation facilities if the device was being used Read more at PC World.
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