The security researcher, who has developed a smart device that can monitor and detect the home Internet connections, said that “it is very easy to get the device to monitor and send out a message that you are vulnerable”.
“If the device detects an intrusion that is being carried out in the home, it can tell you whether you are at risk or not.
It can also tell you if you have an active VPN.
And it can even send out alerts, such as a text message, if you are using an active device,” he said.”
It can even connect to the network that it is monitoring and send a warning that your home is being attacked.”
The researcher said that he had created the device after he was contacted by an internet provider in Singapore.
“They contacted me and told me they have an incident where they found out that I had hacked their network, and so they asked me to give them my details and then they started investigating the situation,” he told the BBC.
He said that the device could also detect that the user was connected to a VPN, and notify the user if he was logged into the VPN.
“So if you’re on a VPN with an account on your home network, it would alert you to the fact that there is an intrusion,” he added.
“And if the device sees that, it will send out an alert and notify you that it has detected that intrusion.”
Mr Duan said that this kind of technology was already used in the Chinese internet, and he believed that it would be used more widely.
“We are seeing a lot of people using it, and it is being used more in the developing world.
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In the US, there is a huge amount of data that is stored in these devices and they are used for everything from banking transactions, to home security, to email, to social media, to video streaming, so this could have a big impact on how we interact with the internet in the future.”
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