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The researchers demonstrated a remote attack that would grant easy access to the live video stream, and a local Wi-Fi attack that would additionally net root access and persistence. The vibrator in question is the Siime Eye, which was released by sex toy company Svakom way back in Pen Test Partners In addition to its five different vibration modes, including an "intelligent mode" that "simulates vibration frequency during the whole process of sex," the Siime Eye is equipped with an endoscope-like camera and "hidden searchlight" on the tip. The idea is that you can use the camera to inspect your nether regions, or "share the wonderful sex adventure to your partner via pictures or videos. Truthfully, the Siime Eye sounds like a fairly novel use of technology.
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A wi-fi-enabled sex toy that features an in-built camera can be hacked, security researchers say. Pen Test Partners, which tested the Siime Eye vibrator, said it was "trivial" to connect to its web interface. This meant attackers could access intimate videos recorded by the device, as well as control other functions. Svakom, the US firm that makes the toy, said updated versions of its software were "completely secure". According to firm's website, the Siime Eye has a built-in micro camera and a hidden searchlight, which can be connected to a PC, tablet or mobile phone via wi-fi.
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