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From: danbuk at gmail.com (DanB UK)
Subject: Denial of service in KitchenAid blenders

Now this I like.

>       ------------------------[ Implications ]------------------------
> 
>   The implications are numerous. Chefs can be extremely frustrated, thus
> causing severe material and social damage.

I never knew that a blender could cause so much!

>   Other colors are likely to be affected as well. The silver "pro" model may
> be affected as well.

Better watch out for that silver pro! hehe

>        ------------------------[ Workarounds ]------------------------
> 
>   No workaround is known yet.
>   Never give access to the device to untrusted users.

I believe that is the same for computers? No?

>       ------------------------[ Vendor status ]------------------------
> 
>   Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find any contact at KitchenAid's for
> security flaws in mixer firmwares.
> 

They should add an email account, now! 

I really liked this posting. Provides some humour on a Sunday evening!
Honestly I really did like it.

-- 
DanB UK
London, UK


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