posted on Mar, 23 2013 @ 11:03 AM
reply to post by generik
Thank you for the elaboration and addition to my notice about the CMOS battery.
See also my post above about essentially any internet connected device in the home; playstations, Xbox, dishwasher, whatever.
Anyone desiring to close their eyes, plug their ears, and say lalalalalalala, is more than welcome to do so.
Those interested in learning a bit more about how their phones and other internet connected devices can be used against them might be interested in
subscribing to the 2600 Hacker Quarterly publication (I was going to link the site, but, I'm foggy on T &C regarding that), and/or invest some time in
reading any number of Ethical Hacking books available in sundry variety at any online bookstore.
*note*: I'm not promoting Hacking of any flavor; black, white, grey, phreaking, whatever. I'm just pointing out informational material relevant to
the subject. If this is a violation of T & C, mods, please accept my apologies and I openly submit to removal of this post.
One need not invest the time to learn HOW to remote into near any internet connected device if they lack the facility, time, or patience to invest in
learning the HOW of it, but, said materials can definitely give one a better feel about what is possible.
edit on 23-3-2013 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)