As the popularity of Internet of Things (IoT) devices grows, so too do concerns over security and privacy. To keep costs down, IoT devices may not be equipped with the software necessary to guard against known threats. Also, because IoT devices are typically designed to perform one function, there may be processing, timing, memory, power, or cost constraints. Combined, these factors make IoT devices potentially vulnerable to malicious actors who can exploit them to launch IoT-based Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) or other network-based attacks.
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