These Are Some of the Devices Vulnerable to Mirai | TIME

Internet users across the eastern seaboard found their connections interrupted Oct. 21 during a massive cyberattack. The attack was in part fueled by Mirai, a virus that gives hackers access to unsecured webcams and similar devices. (The hackers commandeer the devices and use them to send bogus traffic to a target server in hopes of overloading it and knocking it down.)

How can you tell if your gadgets are infected with Mirai? A good place to start is this list compiled by security researcher Brian Krebs, who analyzed Mirai’s publicly available source code to see which devices it’s been targeting.

Source: These Are Some of the Devices Vulnerable to Mirai | TIME

ADVICE FROM THE LMLP: Take note before you install any “Internet of Things” devices!