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But the ridiculousness of it distracts us from an otherwise true and useful reminder: We are all constantly surrounded by stuff that can spy on us.
Microwaves are not on the list (yet), but televisions, as Conway mentions, certainly are.
"This hack would work for any resource—real currency or virtual currency—that uses SMS for password recovery," says Positive researcher Dmitry Kurbatov to Forbes.
"This is a vulnerability in mobile networks, which ultimately means it is an issue for everyone, especially services relying on the mobile network to send security codes."Such a hack would affect more than bitcoin users, or those with two-step verification.
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As detailed in CIA documents recently released by Wikileaks, certain Samsung televisions were compromised by the CIA such that they could remain on while appearing off, eavesdropping all the while.
SS7, developed in 1975, is typically used by telecoms to determine when someone is roaming, and allows for transfers of information including texts and billing.
There's a reason people like Mark Zuckerberg keep a piece of tape over theirs.
Conway fumbled by naming one of the few appliances that probably doesn't have any form of spying capability—though, if someone decides that microwaves and toasters and dishwashers need to become "smart," they might soon get it.
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