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TULSA, Okla.  Students at Tulsa Tech hosted their “Hack House” event in honor of cybersecurity month and informing the community on cyber safety.

Forensics students showed their displays in the “Hack House” booths, designed to highlight areas of online vulnerability and present real-world solution to the danger, according to the event’s announcement.

FOX23 spoke with Tulsa Tech Cybersecurity Instructor Corbin Allen at the event.

“It’s really important with all this new technology for everyone to be cyber resilient, learning what attacks are out there, learning how to protect against attacks and how to stay safe online,” Allen said.

FOX23 also spoke with Tulsa Tech student Finn Zittenfield.

“They deliberately go out and look for cameras that haven’t had their usernames like their default usernames changed to a publicly accessible like site,” Zittenfield said. “And its really easy to get to and I think by presenting this we are bringing awareness to the fact that people need to change their usernames and passwords.”


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