The Tapplock one “smart” padlock, which received many rave reviews by tech-focused news sites and YouTubers, can be forced to open in under two seconds with a smartphone. The discovery was made by Pen Test Partners researcher Andrew Tierney, who decided to probe the security of the software used by the product after seeing a YouTuber opening a locked Tapplock one by simply unscrewing its back and a few internal screws. Breaking into the “smart” … More →
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