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Hackable Speed Cameras Highlight Risk Of Rush Toward IoT-Enabled 'Smart' Cities

We've been talking at length about how the lack of security in the Internet of Things space is seen as a sort of adorable joke, but isn't always a laughing matter. While the hillarious stupidity of some of the "smart" products flooding the market is undeniable, the reality is that the abysmal state of security in "IoT" devices (read: little to none) is creating millions of new attack vectors every year.
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