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Just because North Korea-led hackers halted the Christmas Day debut of Sony’s The Interview doesn’t mean you have been given a gift-giving reprieve.
Not by a long shot. Yep, if you’re like most of America, you’ve still got plenty of Christmas shopping to do in the next 48 hours so—so we’ll keep this brief.
Have you ever stopped to think how hackable your gifts might be? Well, have you? Here at EzFIM, we’ve given plenty of thought to the topic and present you our non-exhaustive list of popular presents that can also be hacked.
A brand new car
Yes, an automobile is a ridiculous present for Christmas in many ways, with countless problems, not the least of which is where to purchase that car-sized bow.
More pragmatically, how on earth do you plan to best this gift in the future? If you buy your wife a car this Christmas, there’s no way you can get away with buying her “just” a necklace next year.
You bought her a car last year dude.