It looks appealing to have a door lock that doesn’t open with a key, but beware of keyless smart locks, advises ThreatPost.
“Ultraloq is a Bluetooth fingerprint and touchscreen door lock sold for about $200.” ThreatPost reports. “It allows a user to use either fingerprints or a PIN for local access to a building. Ultraloq also has an app that can be used locally or remotely for access.
“When Pen Test Partners, with help from researchers identified as @evstykas and @cybergibbons, took a closer look they found Ultraloq was riddled with vulnerabilities…
Read on in the post to find how digital security can be thwarted in keyless locks.