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Justin Freid, Chaim Cohen, Harry Marks

New Jersey, USA

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Security – 165 – YouTube Poisoning

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First topic is youtube poisoning, where bad actors are placing weird cartoons into youtube kids.

Second topic is logitech harmony disconnecting their hubs in March. Should iot devices have expiration dates.

UPDATE: Harmony is replacing devices.

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