An Internet-of-Things botnet that initially targeted routers, IP cameras and DVRs, has now spread its wings to cross-platform database solutions and home devices, the security firm Fortinet claims.
Australian small businesses expect the Internet of Things will ultimately boost their revenues, but they’re reportedly not that happy with the services provided by their IT providers when it comes to the IoT, according to newly released research.
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