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The LeapPad Ultimate is a tablet designed for children between the ages of 3 and 6 that has recently been discovered by researchers from Checkmarx to be vulnerable to hacking. According to researchers, the tablet contains flaws that could be exploited by attackers to perform a number of malicious activities such as executing man-in-the-middle attacks, tracking devices, and sending messages to children. This article continues to discuss the security vulnerabilities found in the LeapPad Ultimate, what the exploitation of these security flaws could allow malicious actors to do, LeapFrog's response to these findings, and other discoveries of vulnerabilities in children's products.

CNET reports "Tablet for Kids Had Flaws That Exposed Info, Location"