[TECH TALK] Wi-Fi Attack on A Smart Coffee Maker

Seems that an Avast researcher was able to do a proximity attack on a smart Wi-Fi connected coffee maker. The attack made it impossible to turn off if you weren’t home which could cause potential problems holding it ransom. Certainly not a Stuxnet level problem but demonstrates a corner case for things connected to the internet. Cybersecurity ventures has the story.

How We Hacked Our Coffee Machine and Held it for Ransom

How We Hacked Our Coffee Machine and Held it for Ransom


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