Smart home hacking: How vulnerable is your home

A recent Wikileaks document dump claims your household devices are easily hackable.

TAMPA, Fla. - Natasha Goodley controls much of everything in her house through her phone. She says it's very convenient.

"To be able to track everything including my security cameras," Goodley said.

Her bedroom lights, thermostat and door locks are all connected to the internet.

And she's not alone. It's called the internet of things, here anything with an on and off switch can potentially be connected online.

You'll find internet-capable appliances, like refrigerators that have cameras to show you the inside when you're not home. You can also go online on the fridge door.  Even washers and dryers connect to cyberspace, and of course, smart TVs connect.

A recent Wikileaks document dump claims they are easily hackable.

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