Take Over Sonos Smart Speakers with Python [Tutorial]

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How to Hack a Sonos Wi-Fi Speaker with Python
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IoT devices such as speakers are great products, but they’re a point of vulnerability when incorrectly secured onto a network. Today, we’ll show you how to use python to take control of Sonos speakers on this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab.

In our example, we’re showing off a simple 7-line Python script that will…

35 thoughts on “Take Over Sonos Smart Speakers with Python [Tutorial]

  1. Hi i have a question. When a lot of pc are one the same network (100 for example) are they separated in little groups or sth like that ? (10 in one group on the network, 10 others etc…)

  2. Would like to see something more sophisticated than 6 lines of python, I don't know what is the general level of your community but I think you can go further on more technical topics…

  3. "of course someone could go around Rick rolling people but… an ethical person would never do that" lmao nice one. Hmm, or did you mean "an ethical person would never give you up"? XD

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