A new attack uses Alexa’s functionality to force Amazon Echo devices to make self-issued commands, payment app Zelle has become popular with fraudsters and banks don’t seem to care, and details about hackers who have stolen source code for Samsung Galaxy devices.
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Attackers can force Amazon Echos to hack themselves with self-issued commands
Fraud Is Flourishing on Zelle. The Banks Say It’s Not Their Problem
Samsung confirms hackers stole Galaxy source code
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