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Akamai Says Hackers Target 'Smart' Devices

Attackers are hijacking video recorders, satellite antennas and networking devices to conduct mass tests of stolen login credentials, according to new research from Akamai Technologies Inc., the latest report that such gadgets being used for malicious activity.
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