(Bloomberg) -- Hackers are opening new horizons: having learned how to break into Apple Inc.’s iPhones they may target smart televisions next, according to cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab.
“There are already Trojan viruses that can penetrate an iPhone when it’s connected to a computer,” founder and Chief Executive Officer Eugene Kaspersky said in an interview. “Smart TVs would be the next step.”
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I guess anything connected to the internet is open to hackers...too bad.
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