A security firm has warned that internet-connected sex toys are at risk of being compromised by strangers in cyber-attacks.
‘Cyberdildonics’ are being billed as the next step in sex toys, allowing users to share sexual acts across the internet.
But a firm which prevents cyber-attacks has said that the toys can be easily accessed by cyber-hackers, including one which captures intimate videos.
The products are designed to be used in long-distance relationships, allowing someone to control their partner’s pleasure from the comfort of their computer.
Joe Bursell, of security firm Pen Test Partners, has warned against investing in cyberdildonics because of the security threat involved.