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calapine
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Reply #350 on: January 22, 2019, 06:35:44 PM

You really need to provide some context for this, Sir T. Also [width=600] is a thing.

Context: Someone hacked their Nest system. This was not the first case of such a "prank" happening. Nest said "Not our fault, blame the users compromised password, use 2FA".

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Reply #351 on: January 22, 2019, 06:40:58 PM

You really need to provide some context for this, Sir T. Also [width=600] is a thing.

I tried it when I posted and the text looked a bit small to me. I've set it as 600 now though. And I thought the context was obvious.

Sometimes irony is pretty ironic.
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Reply #352 on: January 23, 2019, 02:09:28 AM

That's kinda awesome.  I mean terrible. 

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Reply #353 on: January 23, 2019, 07:26:09 AM

Right? Who puts a security camera on top of their tv!?

As far as Nests getting hacked, I'm amazed it's not more commonplace. Those and stuff like Ring, Echo, etc just seem ripe for fuckery.

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Reply #354 on: January 23, 2019, 09:16:00 AM

Who could possibly have guessed that stuffing your private living areas with cameras connected to the Internet would be risky?  why so serious?

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Reply #355 on: January 23, 2019, 01:17:51 PM

Right? Who puts a security camera on top of their tv!?

As far as Nests getting hacked, I'm amazed it's not more commonplace. Those and stuff like Ring, Echo, etc just seem ripe for fuckery.
IoT hacking is commonplace; we just don't know the extent of it because the real money is in letting compromised devices run quietly for years as DDoS bots. Exploiting in a way that is immediately obvious to the device owner is practically white hat in comparison.
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Reply #356 on: January 23, 2019, 11:08:18 PM

Right? Who puts a security camera on top of their tv!?

As far as Nests getting hacked, I'm amazed it's not more commonplace. Those and stuff like Ring, Echo, etc just seem ripe for fuckery.
IoT hacking is commonplace; we just don't know the extent of it because the real money is in letting compromised devices run quietly for years as DDoS bots.

I wonder if there is a subset used for watching kinky things.

Don't have a nest but now doubt I would undress in front of one...

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