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Which Internet Of Things Consumer Products Are Most Likely To Be Exploited By Hackers?

The day is fast approaching when your thermostat, washer, even the light bulbs in your lamps will contain embedded computers so they can talk to you and you to them. Having your fridge order more milk when supplies get low, your house cool before you get home and your light bulbs tell you just before they need replacing might be nice, but security experts say these connections, called the Internet of Things, carry with them the potential for catastrophe. They could just as easily tell a thief that you haven't been home in a week, because the fridge door hasn't been opened.

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