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Lenovo Watch X was riddled with security bugs, researcher says TechCrunch


Feb 11, 2019 4:14 PM 1+ week ago

Lenovo's Watch X was widely panned as absolutely terrible. As it turns out, so was its security. The low-end $50 smart watch was one of Lenovo's cheapest smart watches. Available only for the China market, anyone who wants one has to buy one directly from the mainland. Lucky for Erez Yalon, head of security research at [ ]...Read more.

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