Cisco warned on Monday of serious flaws it found in an Internet-connected thermostat control, which it said are typical among products of vendors who aren't well-versed in network security.
An in-depth analysis of yet another Internet-connected security camera has revealed a host of software problems.
Smart TVs are opening a new window of attack for cybercriminals, as their security defenses often lag far behind those of smartphones and desktop computers.
A three-year-old vulnerability in a software component used in millions of smart TVs, routers and phones still hasn't been patched by many vendors, posing a risk, according to Trend Micro.
An upcoming talk covering security problems in Internet-connected cameras has been canceled after opposition from some manufacturers.
The vulnerabilities affect eight router models, the company said.
A setup mistake could put the routers at risk of being compromised, and there's no easy way for consumers to identify or fix the problem.