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+ - Google Fixes Glass Vulnerability To Fake QR Codes->

Submitted by judgecorp
judgecorp (778838) writes "Google has fixed a vulnerability in its Glass device, which made it possible to fool the wearable gadget into joining malicious wi-Fi networks, through the use of fake QR codes. Google fixed the flaw fast, following a tip-off from researchers — but there are two warnings to take from this. There are other weaknesses in Glass (such as the absence of a lockscreen), and this sort of weakness will increasingly hit as the Internet of Things takes hold and the number of communicating devices multiplies."
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Google Fixes Glass Vulnerability To Fake QR Codes

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