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The Internet of Things is being used to launch massive cyberattacks

It's been touted as a technological revolution that will make things easier by connecting everything from your fridge to your toaster online. But there's a darker side to the so-called Internet of Things: A massive army of infected IoT devices is one of the most effective ways to launch massive cyberattacks. "There’s so much enthusiasm for connected devices," Ted Harrington, Executive Partner at Independent Security Evaluators, told Business Insider.
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