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Submission + - Chinese-Made Inventory Scanners Arrive With Preloaded Malware (itworld.com)

jfruh writes: We already have the Internet of Things, so why not the Security Breaches of Things? A security research firm released a case study of a company that ordered inventory scanners that ended up coming already infected with malware. Once the scanners were connected to the company's wireless network, the malware searched out Linux-based ERP servers with "finance" in their names and then went after known security holes.
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Chinese-Made Inventory Scanners Arrive With Preloaded Malware

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