Smarter Coffee machine which connects directly to WiFi networks. And for even more help in automating your daily life, you can get wake-up routines from IFTT for your Smarter Coffee.
All software is vulnerable, some is more vulnerable than others. This Orwellian statement also applies to IoT – and your coffee and your Nike shoes. Just because a Bluetooth connection has less range than the average home WiFi network, the theoretical risk is less on a DeLonghi than a Smarter Coffee. A brief search on the topic found no vulnerabilities in the above machines which cyber-criminals are exploiting. Your daily dose of coffee – with or without an internet connection – is safe for now. But just remember, if it is software and it’s connected, there is an above-zero probability that it can be hacked.