At the Black Hat security conference Tuesday evening, a Mozilla software developer and 24-year old security researcher named Cody Brocious plans to present a pair of vulnerabilities he’s discovered in hotel room locks from the manufacturer Onity, whose devices are installed on the doors of between four and five million hotel rooms around the world.
Since one company is behind all the potentially hackable locks, finding a solution and implementing it shouldn’t be a nightmare for anyone but them.
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