More than 100 irrigation systems left exposed online without a password

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

More than 100 smart irrigation systems were left exposed online without a password last month, allowing anyone to access and tamper with water irrigation programs for crops, tree plantations, cities, and building complexes.

The exposed irrigation systems were discovered by Security Joes, a small boutique security firm based in Israel.

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