DEF CON 2016 – Bluetooth-based smart locks easy to hack
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DEF CON 2016 – Bluetooth-based smart locks easy to hack

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Security Researchers demonstrated at the Def Con hacker conference how it is easy to open some Bluetooth-based smart locks.

Again and again we find that developers of IoT products are either ignorant or immature when it comes to security. It get’s really worrisome when even products like locks, where the whole purpose of the product is security, is so poorly designed like most available products today. They better shape up before they kill the whole market for the next wave of (hopefully) more professionally developed products.

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