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August 05, 2013


A luxury toilet controlled by a smartphone app is vulnerable to attack, according to security experts.

(Thanks to many people)


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kaaaa-boom. dang thang is full of sheeeeit.

Exploiting a buffer overflow vulnerability?

Looks like a toilet I saw in a home in Beverly Hills. I saw the open house sign and stoped by to use the toilet and thought, "this place is worth every cent of the six million asking price with that $6,000 toilet that wanted to wash my arse ". Then signed the registar as Jed Clampett and thanked them for showing me the properety.

I guess they need to flush out the bugs


Sit with care. Someone might hack your sack. Yowch!

...Retailing for up to $5,686 (£3,821), the Satis toilet includes automatic flushing, bidet spray, music and fragrance release...

Music? Name that tune.

Didn't a story awhile ago say that phones were more bacterial laden than toilets ? I guess we see why.

Many apps are referred to as crapware, but now we have a winner!

Brings new meaning to the term "memory dump", doesn't it?

But, does it feed and water the cat?

i saw luxury toilet open for the velvet underground.

How long before one of these becomes a flower stand in a front yard in eastern Kentucky?
And, yes, I have seen toilets doing this duty.

Does that mean you could make it blast wormwood?


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