Computer scientists at the U.K.'s Newcastle University and Royal Holloway, University of London found security and privacy vulnerabilities among 40 Android applications for pets and farm animals such as wearable global positioning system trackers, automatic feeders, and pet cameras.
Analysis revealed several apps leak owners' login or location details, including three that exposed login credentials in plain text within non-secure HTTP traffic.
From Newcastle University (U.K.)
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