What might sound like a conspiracy theory is quickly evolving into conspiracy reality. Various wireless home automation systems that control domestic lighting, heating and even door locks can be hacked by third parties. Once the data from these home automation systems is breached, hackers can track behavioral patterns, store the information in databases and analyze homeowner habits. Likewise, this sensitive information could be sold for marketing purposes and used for more intrusive investigations.
An IT security team at Saarland University, lead by expert Christoph Sorge, have confirmed that data from these smart appliance home automation systems can be intercepted by tech burglars with something as simple as a handheld tablet and a wireless internet signal. They found that the home automation systems are not safe at all, even when data is transmitted though encrypted systems. to read more: naturalnews.com
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