Is the Personal Data on Your Smartphone Vulnerable? Listen to Find Out: Used for everything from banking and taking pictures, to navigating, streaming, and connecting, mobile devices are a treasure trove of sensitive personal data. On the latest episode of “Hackable?” the team investigates how secure that data really is by inviting a white-hat to ...
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While some may think, “why would I need my toaster to connect to the internet,” smart home devices continue to become more and more popular. In fact, a recent study by Intel found that by 2025, 71% of Americans will have at least one smart device in their home. For many that aren’t ready to ...
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Smart TVs give viewers instant access to streaming apps and provide a never-ending supply of binge-worthy shows and movies. But does this convenience come with a cost? Are internet-connected TVs as vulnerable to cybercrime as other smart devices? In the latest episode of “Hackable?” our host Geoff Siskind plays a prank on our producer Pedro ...
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Remote administration tools, or RATs, lurk in phishing emails and malicious downloads across the internet. Once installed, they give hackers almost complete control over an infected machine.  “Hackable?” host Geoff Siskind is always the hacked but in the latest episode, he gets to peek behind the curtain of a RAT attack and see just what ...
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While Amazon hasn’t begun using autonomous drones to deliver packages (yet), the aerial technology is becoming more and more popular. Hobbyists, racers, photographers, and even police departments have registered more than 1 million drones with the FAA. But is the emerging technology secure?  In the latest episode of “Hackable?”, host Geoff Siskind travels to Johns ...
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We all share photos online: photos of our kids, photos of our trips, and photos of our meals. We think we are sharing memorable experiences with our friends and family, but are we sharing more with the public than we intend? What if hidden metadata could reveal dangerous details? In episode 20 of “Hackable?”, a ...
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We all share photos online: photos of our kids, photos of our trips, and photos of our meals. We think we are sharing memorable experiences with our friends and family, but are we sharing more with the public than we intend? What if hidden metadata could reveal dangerous details? In episode 20 of “Hackable?”, a ...
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It could happen to any of us. One minute your laptop is sitting on a coffeehouse table or going through airport security, the next it’s gone. Your personal files are all locked behind a strong password, but is that enough to keep off prying eyes? In episode 19 of “Hackable?”, Geoff ships his laptop 1,000 ...
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