The FTC settlement, one of the first reached with an internet-enabled toy manufacturer over security and privacy concerns, lets the firm off the hook in one key area: it doesn’t require VTech to admit to any wrongdoing.
Read more in my article on the Bitdefender BOX blog.
A popular children’s toy made by LeapFrog is susceptible to a variety of attacks that leverage Adobe Flash vulnerabilities.
David Bisson reports.
“Sod the kids’ privacy and security, the lawyers have covered our arse.”
VTech has made its choice. Savvy parents will makes theirs as well.
VTech, a leading maker of electronic learning toys, has suffered a serious security breach, with hackers accessing a database containing information about customers and their children.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.