Privacy has been big news lately after revelations of NSA activities hit hard. But apparently it's not just your phone calls and Internet activity you need to be concerned about. There could be hackers gunning for your toilet, too.
Security company Trustwave issued a warning
about potential bathroom breaches of luxury Satis smart toilets
from Lixil. The toilets can be controlled using an Android
app, but the Bluetooth PIN is hard-coded to "0000." Just knowing that code number means the awesome power of the Satis could fall into evil hands. All a hacker would have to do is download the My Satis app, get in range, pair it to the toilet using the code, and flush away.