Red Button Flaw Exposes Major Vulnerability In Millions of Smart TVs
It’s 9:30 p.m. on a Sunday in New York City. People in their apartments in the Inwood neighborhood of Manhattan have their air-conditioners blasting and don’t hear the slight whirr of the two drones hovering 35 stories in the air outside. They’re on the couch watching Family Guy, Duck Dynasty or the Good Wife on their new Web-connected flat-screen TVs.
No one sees the hack coming.