TP-Link smart bulbs can let hackers steal your WiFi password

Four flaws in the TP-Link Tapo L530E smart bulb and the Tapo app, which could let attackers to acquire their target’s WiFi password, have been found by researchers from Italy and the UK.

One of the most popular smart bulbs, including on Amazon, is the TP-Link Tapo L530E. A smart device management software called TP-link Tapo has 10 million downloads on Google Play.

Due to this product’s popularity, researchers from the Universities of Catania and London examined it. However, the purpose of their study is to highlight security dangers in the numerous dangerous data transmission and inadequate authentication procedures utilized by the billions of smart IoT devices used by consumers read more TP Link smart bulbs can let hackers steal your WiFi password.

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