McAfee is out with its third annual report of the most hackable gifts this holiday season. Gary Davis, Chief Consumer Security Evangelist at McAfee, breaks down the report. The most hackable gifts this holiday season include laptops, smartphones, drones, digital assistants, and connected toys, according to McAfee. Davis says while connected devices are high on people's wish lists, they can also be prone to hacking. Davis offers his advice for protecting consumers products. He says people need to think before they click, update software, beware of shady public WiFi hotspots, and to do their homework.

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