Xiaomi has a speaker with 30W wireless charging that turns your phone into an alarm clock

Among the products that Xiaomi announced with the arrival of the new Xiaomi Mi 10  is a perfect accessory for those who like to listen to music in their room, which at the same time charges your mobile. This is the  Xiaomi Wireless Charging Bluetooth Speaker and although it has just arrived in China, you can already get one in Spain.

It is a Bluetooth speaker and high-speed wireless charger that allows you to charge the mobile with Qi technology up to 30W. It is available on AlIExpress as a product imported from China for only € 46.99  and free shipping.

This product is the union between a Bluetooth speaker and a 30W wireless charger. But it is one of those perfect products that can become the center of attention of your room. You can leave the phone charging while playing music, or as a night clock.

This  Xiaomi Wireless Charging Bluetooth Speaker includes  2 5W speakers and a bass amplifier so you can play at the best quality despite being small. It is compatible with Bluetooth 5 and any Bluetooth compatible device.

It has an integrated microphone so you can use it as a handsfree. In this way, when you pick up a call, you don’t have to use it directly in the area, but rather listen – and listen to you – without having to touch it.

The wireless charger supports fast wireless letters up to 30W. For now, very few phones are compatible with this letter technology, for example, the Huawei Mate 30 or the Xiaomi Mi 10. It also has NFC to make pairing with Android phones faster.

A powerful speaker that also includes faster-charging technology from the moment that newer phones can take advantage of. Even those of other brands such as Samsung, Apple, Huawei or LG among many others.

The price of arrival in Spain is € 46.99  thanks to this import on AliExpress. The good thing is that the shipping costs are covered and would arrive in Spain in about 2 to 3 weeks.

These are the first five passwords that hackers test when attacking a device

Although it is a somewhat tedious process at times, setting and managing passwords is one of the best security measures we can take to protect our devices and, above all, our privacy. Many criminals are wishing to find a vulnerability and, thanks to a study, we know the first five passwords that hackers test when attacking any device.

F-Secure is a security company that has a series of servers scattered around the world that hook for cybercriminals.

They are there to check which are the most attacked (each set of servers deceives the cybercriminal by making him think that it is a specific device) and check which are the most attacked passwords.

And, the attack of a hacker consists of two parts. In the first, he performs a tracking process in which he hopes to find a victim. In the second, when you have already found a vulnerable device, start testing passwords.

According to F-Secure, the five passwords that hackers first tested to enter a device were :

  • Admin
  • 12345
  • Default
  • Password
  • Root

How many have a password like that? Yes, in Spain ‘root’, ‘default’ or ‘password’ are not the most common, but ‘12345’ or ‘admin’.

Also, as we read on Zdnet, F-Secure ensures that in recent months they have experienced an increase in attacks, especially to IoT devices. Connected devices in the home (Internet of Things) tend to be vulnerable because, through them, a series of computers can be created that are used to attack a particular network.

In this way, a cybercriminal can use an army of home devices to execute a DDoS attack on servers.

If you want to maximize security, the first thing you should do is change the router password when you buy it, as well as that of all devices. To do this, you can choose password managers and store these keys in Apple, Google or Microsoft safes.

Speaking of Microsoft, a few years ago they commented that it was time to “kill” the passwords and, since then, they have put the batteries with alternative unlocking methods. For example, in their computers, they have a PIN, but also with a fingerprint, something that we also see in macOS, for example.

And yes, as important as changing the network access password of our devices is changing the physical access password to them.


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