- An open-source desktop tool with a one-click install process
- Automatically discovers IoT devices and analyzes their network traffic
- Helps you identify security and privacy issues with graphs and tables
- Requires minimal technical skills and no special hardware
Note that using it means you'll be sharing data about your IoT devices with Princeton's research team
The CEO confirmed landlords can see data regarding access events for systems in common areas. This is one of the main grievances raised in the lawsuit currently unfolding in a rent-regulated building in the Hell’s Kitchen area of Manhattan, where tenants say Latch is tracking them as part of a pattern of harassment by the owners to push them out of their apartments so they can rent them at market rate.
When is a smart home not so smart? When it can be hacked.
That’s exactly what security researchers Chase Dardaman and Jason Wheeler did with one of the Zipato smart hubs. In new research published Tuesday and shared with TechCrunch, Dardaman and Wheeler found three security flaws which when chained together could be abused to open a front door with a smart lock.
At least three smart June Ovens have turned on in the middle of the night and heated up to 400 degrees or higher. The ovens’ owners aren’t sure why this happened, and June tells The Verge that user error is at fault. The company is planning an update that’ll hopefully remedy the situation and prevent it from happening again, but that change isn’t coming until next month.