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Since it's the age of technology, you and a partner could celebrate by installing an app on your phone that lets you control a vibrator your partner discreetly wears in their underwear all day. I mean, if you wanted to! From over-exuberant manufacturers who slurp up data to security flaws that hackers could exploit, teledildonics can be a privacy nightmare. Carltrider explains that they picked products based on what seemed popular online, while also trying to be inclusive of all sexual orientations, genders, and physical abilities. So what makes for a cyber-safe sex toy? According to Mozilla, you'll want to look out for things like whether the product uses encryption, automatic security updates, strong password requirements where applicable , an accessible privacy policy, and a way for the company to manage security vulnerabilities in its products.
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Vulnerable vibrator: Security researchers find flaw in connected toy

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How to Get a Vibrator Through TSA — Without Sounding the Alarm

The We-Vibe 4 Plus could be breached by a hacker. Plus, what's the company doing with your personal information? When it comes to internet-connected devices, I dare you to find something more intimate than a vibrator controlled by a smartphone app. That's what Standard Innovation offers in its We Vibe 4 Plus, which pairs with a smartphone via Bluetooth and can be controlled by a partner, near or far. What could go wrong? Well, two security researchers who go by the names followr and g0ldfisk found flaws in the software that controls the device. It could potentially let a hacker take over the vibrator while it's in use.
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Safe Vibrator for Electronic Locks, Mod. Strong

Under any other circumstances a uniform clad authority figure unzipping my sex toy sack with a smirk would be enough to make me get down on one — okay two — knees. And the authority figure? TSA agent. Yeah, c-r-i-n-g-e. Lesson learned: Pinwheels are not security-kosher.
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Over the last few years, the world has started waking up to the disconcerting vulnerabilities of internet enabled sex toys. Back end monkeying could shut down toys until a user or manufacturer pays a ransom. Hijacked devices could be used to commit long-distance assault, a type of sex crime our legal system is clearly not yet equipped to handle. As the sex toy industry continues to boom , smart toys grow more common and cheaper , and toy makers develop rigs capable of monitoring and recording more intimate data, the risks associated with these vulnerabilities grow more real and potent. The infosec community, though, does not seem to be tackling this threat full force.
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