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How secure is the data on your dash cam?

How secure is the data on your dash cam?

The data on a dash cam could tell hackers where you live, work and spend time. We tested nine models to see if they were doing enough to keep this data private.

Popular baby monitor app put privacy at risk

Popular baby monitor app put privacy at risk

Hit baby app The Wonder Weeks could have exposed parents’ baby monitor feeds to strangers, as Which? warns over security standards in popular health apps.

Ada, Babylon and WebMD: can you trust medical apps with your health?

Ada, Babylon and WebMD: can you trust medical apps with your health?

There are limitations to consider before relying on apps for medical advice, from important questions about where they fit in the wider healthcare landscape to how well they’re able to safeguard sensitive health data.

Does your smart TV need antivirus?

Does your smart TV need antivirus?

After your smartphone and laptop, the TV is the internet connected device many of us use most. But does downloading apps, using the internet and streaming mean you need to start scanning for viruses?

How new guidelines on smart devices will help protect consumers from being hacked

How new guidelines on smart devices will help protect consumers from being hacked

There are many connected devices on the market that lack basic security measures, making them susceptible to hacking. In response to this threat the government has launched a new code of practice to ensure that connected products are ‘secure by design’.

Heatmiser updates its smart thermostat following Which? security concerns

Heatmiser updates its smart thermostat following Which? security concerns

Which? has worked with Heatmiser to ensure its SmartStat smart thermostat handles user data securely after our testing uncovered problems.

Spectre and Meltdown threats – one week on, what’s been fixed?

Spectre and Meltdown threats – one week on, what’s been fixed?

Everything you need to know about the Meltdown and Spectre flaws affecting millions of computers worldwide.

Half of camera apps tested reveal personal data unnecessarily

Half of camera apps tested reveal personal data unnecessarily

New Which? research reveals that some camera companion apps transfer personal data, such as location details, back to the company without your permission.

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