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Consumers who like their refrigerators to keep food cold and display their Gmail calendars should beware.
Samsung’s newest smart fridge lets users link their Gmail calendars to a screen in the door.
However, Pen Test Partners L.L.P., a U.K.-based firm that detects flaws in computer systems, says hackers can steal a fridge owner’s Gmail login by joining that person’s Wi-Fi network, The Register reports.
The fridge says it provides Secure Sockets Layer, or SSL, encryption, but it doesn’t check to make sure the other server has the right certificate to obtain encrypted data, according to media reports.
Samsung told media outlets that, “at Samsung, we understand that our success depends on consumers’ trust in us, and the products and services that we provide. We are investigating this matter as quickly as possible. Protecting our consumers’ privacy is our top priority, and we work hard every day to safeguard our valued Samsung users.”
We've all done it — accidentally broken something precious belonging to someone else.