New details about Google Glass are surfacing in a new report by a cybersecurity firm.
The firm, CrowdStrike, reported Thursday that it had identified vulnerabilities in a number of the wearable devices.
The company said that it found several vulnerabilities that would allow an attacker to hijack a user’s communications, steal credit card information, steal user credentials and upload a malicious file or app to a user-provided cloud storage service.
CrowdStrike did not provide details about what exactly the vulnerabilities were.
It did, however, note that it could not rule out a few other possibilities, such as the use of Bluetooth and other peripheral devices to send data to the wearer.