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should be legalised to secure vulnerable IoT devices without their owners' knowledge or consent.
IoT devices are largely responsible for the biggest DoS attacks in recent history, so all means of securing them should be allowed.
Manufacturers of IoT devices regularly neglect to provide them with security updates.
Any device that is vulnerable to Nematode is vulnerable to malware and as such should be considered infected already.
Nematode is a malicious software that intrudes in users' private networks and devices.
Manufacturers of vulnerable devices should be forced to accept responsibility for their insecure devices instead of fighting a war with dubious means.
Nematode could potentially be repurposed for malicious uses.
Fighting crime with another crime is not acceptable.