Free app lets anyone remotely harass toilet's occupant, run up water bill.by Sean Gallagher Aug 4 2013, 5:30pm EST
Information security firm Trustwave has reported a potential cyber-attack vector to a device you may have never expected the phrase "security vulnerability" would be applied (other than in reference to the end of a toilet paper roll, that is). In an advisory issued August 1, Trustwave warned of a Bluetooth security vulnerability in Inax's Satis automatic toilet.
Even thought this is a security issue I didn't want to post in the Security Industry News section it's kind of funny and I didn't want it scrolling along the top. :D