Devil’s Ivy, a new zero-day exploit has been discovered that could affect IoT users who use a third-party toolkit call gSOAP, an XML web services development tool, according to security researchers from Senrio. Michael Patterson, CEO at Plixer commented below.

Michael Patterson, CEO at Plixer:

“Zero-day exploits are waiting to be discovered on every operating system.  This means compromises are inevitable. Organizations should be baselining the behaviors of IoT devices with network traffic analytics systems.  Communication patterns that emerge out of what is expected from IoT devices is often a telltale sign of an infection.”

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