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’.
Many popular HP inkjet printers understood to be vulnerable to the attack. HP urges owners to update the printer software to ensure they're not at risk.
A new Which? report reveals many consumers feel powerless over their personal data and says there should be clearer information about how it's being used.
The smart devices in your home, such as your smart TV, smart toothbrush or internet-connected printer, are watching you. Find out what we discovered.
'Internet of Things' products targeted following investigations by Which? and other groups exposing the online privacy and safety risks they pose.
Connected toys with Bluetooth, wi-fi and mobile apps may seem like the perfect gift for your child this Christmas. But we’ve found that, without appropriate safety features, they can also...
Which? asked a team of ethical hackers to gain access to a smart home of connected devices. They succeeded in just four days. We reveal the full results.
If the idea of your smart TV tracking how you use it concerns you, then there are ways to turn it off and still enjoy great features – with some...
Today’s smart TVs are spying on how we watch television, and their makers can earn money from it.