Attackers can access Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive files without a user’s password

Hackers don’t even need your password anymore to get access to your cloud data.

Newly published research, released at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday by security firm Imperva, shows how a “man-in-the-cloud” attack can grab cloud-based files — as well as infecting users with malware — without users even noticing.

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IoT’s dark side: Hundreds of unsecured devices open to attack

A self-described security “amateur” discovered hundreds of Internet-connected devices ranging from cameras to industrial control systems that were connected to the Internet without even basic password protection — meaning they could be easily turned on and off or otherwise manipulated with a single click of a mouse.

“You would be amazed [what] you could find….”

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