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Don't Brush in Fear, as Supposed DDoS Dental Trauma Fails to Pass Muster
Breathless reports claim 3 million IoT toothbrushes have been remotely compromised and used to target unsuspecting businesses via distributed denial-of-service attacks. Just one problem: This story has more holes in it than the teeth of kid with a 10-pack-a-day Gummy Bear habit.

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