2015’s Most Hackable Holiday Gift Is Wearable

November 13, 2015 Ben Myers

"Nike FuelBand" by Peter Parkes - Flickr: Nike FuelBand. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nike_FuelBand.jpg#/media/File:Nike_FuelBand.jpgThis is not the good kind of hacking that you want your kid to pick up as a hobby. This is the bad kind where people with ill intentions are accessing your personal information without permission. Intel Security released its list of most hackable holiday gifts… and it might give you pause before wrapping an electronic gift […]

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