Misconfigured Baby Monitors Allow Unauthorized Viewing
Posted on Tuesday February 16, 2021

Hundreds of thousands of individuals are potentially affected by this vulnerability.

Nespresso Smart Cards Brewed with Weak Security
Posted on Thursday February 04, 2021

A researcher hacked Nespresso Pro smart cards to dispense free, unlimited coffee.

ADT Security Camera Flaws Open Homes to Eavesdropping
Posted on Wednesday January 27, 2021

Researchers publicly disclosed flaws in ADT's LifeShield DIY HD Video Doorbell, which could have allowed local attackers to access credentials, video feeds and more.

Nvidia Squashes High-Severity Jetson DoS Flaw
Posted on Tuesday January 26, 2021

If exploited, the most serious of these flaws could lead to a denial-of-service condition for Jetson products.

Amazon Kindle RCE Attack Starts with an Email
Posted on Friday January 22, 2021

The "KindleDrip" attack would have allowed attackers to siphon money from unsuspecting victims.

Medical Device Security: Diagnosis Critical
Posted on Monday January 18, 2021

Medical-device security has long been a challenge, suffering the same uphill management battle that the entire sprawling mess of IoT gadgets has faced.

CES 2021 Gadgets: Worst in Privacy and Security Awards
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

Expert panel awards dubious honors to 2021 Consumer Electronics Show’s biggest flops, including security and privacy failures.

2021 Cybersecurity Trends: Bigger Budgets, Endpoint Emphasis and Cloud
Posted on Sunday January 03, 2021

Insider threats are redefined in 2021, the work-from-home trend will continue define the threat landscape and mobile endpoints become the attack vector of choice, according 2021 forecasts.

FBI Warn Hackers are Using Hijacked Home Security Devices for ‘Swatting’
Posted on Wednesday December 30, 2020

Stolen email credentials are being used to hijack home surveillance devices, such as Ring, to call police with a fake emergency, then watch the chaos unfold.

The 5 Most-Wanted Threatpost Stories of 2020
Posted on Wednesday December 30, 2020

A look back at what was hot with readers -- offering a snapshot of the security stories that were most top-of-mind for security professionals and consumers throughout the year.