Lock maker starts to pay for hackable lock fixes
Source: H Security - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Intrusion Detection Onity, the hotel security company, is replacing or repairing its Onity locks for free after design flaws left the locks vulnerable to being compromised with a $50 device, according to a report in Forbes. At the Black Hat conference in July, a security researcher named Cody Brocious showed how it was possible to hack a popular system of hotel door locks, the Onity HT, using an Arduino-based controller. Initially, the lock attack was not reliable, but was later refined to be much more effective and easier to carry.

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