Video: Sponsored by the game Watch Dogs, the folks at RatedRR explain how you can hack into anything in real life — from cameras to AC units to smart power outlets to wireless LED lights — to use those home devices as remote bomb detonators. And, of course, their demonstration includes actual bombs and explosions for your cheering pleasure.
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