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How To Become Part Of An IoT Botnet

We should all be familiar with the so-called Internet Of Things, a proliferation of Internet-connected embedded electronics. The opportunities offered to hardware hackers by these technologies have been immense, but we should also be aware of some of the security issues surrounding them. Recently, the website of the well-known security researcher [Brian Krebs] suffered a DDoS attack.
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