Researchers in the UK recently made a children's toy repeatedly squawk "twat" to point out its security flaws. To which I say, perhaps consider getting your child a dumb toy this holiday season.
One of the hot toys this holiday season is sure to be Orwellian Dystopia Barbie—sorry, we mean Hello Barbie. The $75 Internet-connected doll uses an app to record kids and talk back to them.
CloudPets maker Spiral Toys left children's voice recordings and account info exposed, reports say. It appears hackers stole and ransomed user data.
Recently discovered security flaws in a pair of such toys highlight just how badly the toy industry has neglected such problems, theoretically exposing kids to online threats. Kids "aren't expected to be Internet security experts an...
It seems Vtech isn’t the only toy company playing it fast and loose with children’s privacy. Security researchers have discovered myriad security flaws that make Mattel’s Hello Barbie connected doll hackable. Read more...