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Toy-fi Teddy, available from Amazon, is a teddy that allows a child to send and receive personal recorded messages over Bluetooth via a smartphone or tablet app. found the Bluetooth lacks any authentication protections, meaning hackers could send their voice messages to a child and receive answers back. managing director of home products and services, Alex Neill, said: ‘Connected toys are becoming increasingly popular, but as our investigation shows, anyone considering buying one should apply a level of caution.‘Safety and security should be the absolute priority with any toy.
If that can’t be guaranteed, then the products should not be sold.’Vivid Imaginations, which distributed the i-Que robot for manufacturers Genesis, said while the toys may be vulnerable, ‘there have been no reports of these products being used in a malicious way’.
A child safety warning has been issued over ‘smart’ toys that can be hacked via their Bluetooth connections.
The security loophole means that it is possible for strangers to connect to the toys and talk to children without their parents’ knowledge. said an investigation found ‘worrying security failures’ with the I-Que Intelligent Robot, Furby Connect, Toy-fi Teddy, and Cloud Pets cuddly toy.
Very little technical know-how was needed to gain access to the toys to start sharing messages with a child.
The I-Que Intelligent Robot, has previously featured on Hamleys top toys Christmas list and is available from Argos and Hamleys in the UK.
It has written to retailers asking them to stop selling the toys ahead of Christmas until the security problems have been resolved.
A child safety warning has been issued over ‘smart’ toys that can be hacked via their Bluetooth connections. said an investigation found ‘worrying security failures’ with the (left to right) Cloud Pets, Furby Connect, I-Que Intelligent Robot and Toy-fi Teddy The toys effectively speak and play with children based on messages transmitted over the airwaves through tiny Bluetooth or Wi-Fi aerials. found that the Bluetooth connection on the four toys had not been secured Experts discovered that anyone can download the I-Que Intelligent Robot's app, find one of the toys within Bluetooth range and start chatting using the robot’s voice by typing into a text field.
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With the Furby Connect, anyone within a 30 to 100 foot (10 to 30 metre) Bluetooth range can connect to the toy when it’s switched on and upload and play a custom audio file. found someone could hack Cloud Pets via its unsecured Bluetooth connection and make it play their own voice messages.
They also found the Bluetooth on Toy-fi Teddy lacks any authentication protections, meaning hackers could send their voice messages to a child and receive answers back. worked with the German consumer group Stiftung Warentet and other security experts to test popular Bluetooth or Wi-Fi toys on sale at major retailers.The connection could be made via a smartphone or laptop, opening up opportunities to control the toy. security experts were able to upload and play a custom audio file on to the Furby, which is available from Argos, Amazon, Smyths and Toys R Us.