GPS trackers are leaking info on your kids: What to do - CNET

The trackers, advertised for children and the elderly, are being used in the US, Europe and elsewhere. And they've got some serious security issues.

GPS trackers are leaking info on your kids: What to do - CNET

New research shows at least 30 GPS trackers leak real-time location coordinates from the cloud and allow hackers to access microphones.

Fri 6 Sep 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

Security flaws in GPS trackers are leaking location of 600K kids and seniors - CNET, Thu 5 Sep 19 from CNET

Over 600,000 China-made GPS trackers have '123456' as default password - CNET

The trackers, advertised for children and the elderly, are being used in the US, Europe and elsewhere. And they've got some serious security issues.

Thu 5 Sep 19 from CNET

600,000 GPS trackers for people and pets are using 123456 as a password

A lack of encryption and easily enumerated IDs open users to a host of creepy attacks.

Thu 5 Sep 19 from Arstechnica

Popular GPS trackers found to have major security flaws

Don't put your children at risk by buying knock-off products, Avast warns.

Fri 6 Sep 19 from Techradar

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