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internet ranger | Sat, 02 Dec 2017 00:08:26 UTC

Why is battery life important on a device that never leaves a single room?


Andrey Polozov | Fri, 14 Jul 2017 21:01:52 UTC

Great point, I believe it's extremely important to promote/encourage/advocate security enforcement on every single device attached to any network. The idea of "there is nothing to protect" gets proven wrong so often - it's better to forget it completely. But I'd disagree that adding security is as cheap as built-in AES support. Adding authentication adds some logistic challenges: How the user will be recognized? How the password/key will be provisioned?, etc. Making those decisions requires different way of thinking than just "let's make it connected". I guess sooner or later we'll have a simple "Security Patterns", that will require clicking/swiping through some simple wizard. Without that I don't think we'll see radical improvement in security of things...


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