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In 2017 security experts uncovered a troubling vulnerability in a WiFi-connected sex toy that could allow hackers to live stream footage from the vibrator’s point of view.

The Svakom Siime Eye is a $250 (£180) vibrator with a camera on the end, giving users the option to capture photos or videos during a session, including views from inside the body.

In a blog post for Pen Test Partners, a researcher who goes by ‘Beau du Jour’ reveals that anyone in range can connect to the AP if they can guess the password – which is just ‘88888888’ by default.

This would give that person access to the live video stream without the user’s knowledge.

And, once connected to the WiFi, a hacker can also get into the web interface, which contains an ‘admin’ account with a blank password.

A hacker can also get into the web interface, which contains an ‘admin’ account with a blank password, as shown above

This, according to the researcher, is hard-coded in the app, meaning that ‘any user wanting to use the Siime Eye the official way will never change these credentials.

So, ‘if you can get onto the wireless AP, you’ll have instant access to everything on this web application,’ the post explains.

‘It allows multiple concurrent connections too, without any fuss at all.’ 

After just a ¿little scan for access points,¿ which have the SSID ¿Siime Eye¿ a person can essentially ¿drive by someone¿s house who¿s got one of these awful things, hook up over WiFi, and exploit their video connection¿

After just a ‘little scan for access points,’ which have the SSID ‘Siime Eye’ a person can essentially ‘drive by someone’s house who’s got one of these awful things, hook up over WiFi, and exploit their video connection’



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