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Hackers In The Home: How Safe Is Your Alarm System?

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Every connected device multiplies the vulnerability of a network. The recent explosion in IoT devices in modern homes has created a treasure trove for hackers. With so many unsecured devices, which are all potential gateways – it is easier than ever for hackers to make their way into home networks. Even your home alarm system, …

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