Hackers...first, they came for our phones; then our election and now our internet connected dildos. They must really be desperate for entertainment if they want to live-stream the inside of my rectum. Feel free to tune-in to my shit show.

So you purchased that cool new internet-connected vibrator with integrated camera and you're ready to share the show. Beware because your Internet of Things dildo might be sharing the show to some non-paying peepers.

Hackers from the UK-based security firm Pen Test Partners have found that it's trivially easy to hack into a Svakom Siime Eye, a $249 IoT dildo that has a small camera on its tip, allowing users to stream a video to anyone of their choosing over the internet. However, if you're in Wi-Fi range of the dildo and can guess the password, which by default is "88888888," you can watch the video stream. With a bit more hacking, you can take control of the firmware and then connect to it remotely as well. 

Of course, this is not the first dildo to get hacked. Security researchers warned that some of the new internet-connected sex toys are woefully insecure, and a privacy nightmare. Earlier in March, the maker of a connected vibrator that collected sensitive personal information agreed to pay $3.7 million to settle a class-action lawsuit.

But it's the first dildo hack that could potentially expose live footage of someone's most intimate parts (literally).

The researchers also found that by creating a Wi-Fi access point always with the same name, it's possible, in theory, to just drive around a city and look for Wi-Fi networks called "Siime Eye." Some of these networks, in fact, have been logged onto the Wi-Fi wardriving site wigle.net.

Got a Svakom Siime Eye? It might be time to toss it out and go plain old "analog".

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