Samsung Wireless Link security hole

(Or wtf is SEC_Linkshare?) Samsung Smart TVs have the ability to connect to other devices using wifi – you can turn this feature on in the Network settings on the TV. This could, for instance allow you to use an iPhone app as a remote control for the TV or play a slideshow from your smartphone. But if you enable this feature you’ll suddenly find a new wireless SSID in your area called SEC_Linkshare_xxxxxx. This is your Samsung TV operating as a Wireless Access Point and it presents a massive security risk to your network. To connect devices to the...

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