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A technique for attacking computer networks, first disclosed more than a decade ago, has resurfaced as a way to manipulate Internet-of-Things gadgets, smart home equipment, and streaming entertainment gizmos.
Researcher Brannon Dorsey this week posted an essay explaining how smart home hardware can be vulnerable to a trick known as DNS rebinding.
most are made in ChinaThat's a broad generality.
My IoT devices are all music studio recording, processing & storage devices in addition to Google Home, Chromecast and a couple tablets & computers. While some of the smaller components may be manufactured in Indonesia and/or China, none of the devices are.
Gotta ask, other then goog and the cheap Asian music stuff, why no USA or even EU hardware?If you're directing that comment to me, I never said I used "cheap Asian music stuff."
...your SURFACE touted from time to time, is 75% overseasI did say...
While some of the smaller components may be manufactured in Indonesia and/or China, none of the devices are