As a modernized society, we have come to rely on the Internet of Things (IoT) for everything from turning our lights on and off, regulating temperature, and self-driving to a specific address to reporting glucose levels to the doctor or delivering a drone strike to a military target. Done correctly IoT is an effective means to improve our very existence, but when a single vulnerability is exploited by a cybercriminal, it can lead to damage that ranges from the sublime (i.e. nuisance behavior) to the extreme (i.e. theft, destruction or even death).

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