[HackerNews] Fighting the Rogue Toaster Army: Why Secure Coding in Embedded Systems is Our Defensive Edge

There are plenty of pop culture references to rogue AI and robots, and appliances turning on their human masters. It is the stuff of science fiction, fun, and fantasy, but with IoT and connected devices becoming more prevalent in our homes, we need more discussion around cybersecurity and safety.
Software is all around us, and it’s very easy to forget just how much we’re relying on lines of code

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