MICS Capstone Project Spring 2021


Did you know? Reports have shown that “15% of device owners don’t change the default passwords of the devices”. Places like reveal a large number of webcams that are still in default password and essentially broadcasting the image to the whole world. This issue is just the tip of the iceberg. We all know the Mirai malware attack that brought the internet to standstill using IoT deployed botnet.

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UC Berkeley MICS Capstone Project Spring 2021: SAFEBAZE

UC Berkeley MICS Capstone Project Spring 2021: SAFEBAZE

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April 14, 2021