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Level 14: Rising star 
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Registered: ‎10-07-2019

Re: Breaking into a smart home with a laser

And you can get Alexa in your car these days.. another way to attack your castle
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Re: Breaking into a smart home with a laser

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@pgn wrote:
Or put a lens from those shades they were wearing over the microphone aperture on any device that must/has to sit facing an external window....

Yeh!  Lots of answers - get them here 🤣



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Re: Breaking into a smart home with a laser

If my car got smart
IT would be most surprised🤓
I keep it stupid.


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Re: Breaking into a smart home with a laser

The only thing smart in my house is phone xbox and switch lol
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Re: Breaking into a smart home with a laser


@liggerz87 wrote:
The only thing smart in my house is phone xbox and switch lol

The only smart thing in my house is the cat Cat Tongue LOL

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Re: Breaking into a smart home with a laser

And the smarty outside is the ROBIN🙃


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Re: Breaking into a smart home with a laser


@Bambino wrote:

Well that's nearly 20 minutes of my life I'll never get back. I'll make sure to keep my eyes peeled for anyone doing a drive-by with a device that looks like a bazooka on a tripod in case they want to change the temperature in my house.Shirty


I think I'd be more to assume it WAS a bazooka and get out of there!

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