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Hackers can hijack your Bosch Thermostat and Install Malware

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A recent incident involves hackers taking control of a popular smart thermostat and installing malware on it. The affected thermostat is commonly used in home and commercial settings to control temperatures remotely. The attack was possible due to a security vulnerability in the thermostat, allowing the hackers to gain unauthorized access. The compromised thermostat then became part of a botnet to carry out malicious activities. This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of regularly updating and securing smart devices to prevent them from being compromised by hackers. Users are advised to be vigilant and ensure their devices are protected.

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