In Other News:Alarming News A hacker warned an unsuspecting homeowner of his ability to hack the man’s home security system by speaking to him through it. In a circumstance that could only be described as ‘alarming’, a hacker who claimed to be with anonymous told the Arizona man, through the Nest security system he had installed, that he had been hacked. The hacker then listed passwords the man had on other sites. If you have a Nest security system, you may want to consider contacting the manufacturer about this incident.
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Sunday, February 10, 2019
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