Dr. Andrew Kalafut, firstname.lastname@example.org
Amazon Alexa is becoming popular and widely used in-home environments. Consumers are transforming their homes into smart homes, with internet-connected sensors, lights, appliances, and locks, controlled by voice or other user-defined automation. Many security experts have raised concerns with IoT, and more security study needs to be done concerning the end-users who set up and interact with today's smart devices. In this paper, I am going to study the insecurity on the Internet of things-Amazon Alexa, I am going to disclose three insecurity vulnerabilities which root in the insecure access control of Alexa services: Single-factor authentication, physical presence-based access control, and Alexa enabled device.
Tanui, Meshack, "Insecurity of Internet of Things--Amazon Alexa" (2020). Technical Library. 354.