128-Bit Encrypted Smart Lock… Opened in Seconds (Dog Bone)



128-Bit Encrypted Smart Lock… Opened in Seconds (Dog Bone)


This is the lockpicking lawyer, and what i have for you today is a great example of why your security is only as good as its weakest link. What you see here is a dog bone brand, smart lock that was sent to me a few months ago by mason in goose, creek south carolina. It’S a completely keyless unit that sells on amazon for 70 dollars. It advertises many of the same features i’m used to seeing on smart locks as well as 128-bit advanced encryption, which supposedly keeps this secure. Now i’m not qualified to evaluate encryption strength, but i can say with a fair bit of confidence that dogbone made some rookie mistakes in designing this product, the most serious of which is the use of spring-loaded locking lugs to hold the shackle closed.

128-Bit Encrypted Smart Lock

Let me show you why that’s a problem all we need to open. This are a couple of padlock shims. I sell these over on covert instruments, dot com, we slip them in between the shackle and lock body and once they’re in position. We can just pull the shackle open, okay folks, given the price point, i think, vulnerabilities like this are beyond inexcusable any time a lock can be opened this fast, especially with a low skill attack like shimming. It should obviously be avoided.


In any case, that’s all. I have for you today, if you do have any questions or comments about this. Please put them below if you like this video and would like to see more like it please subscribe and, as always have a nice day. Thank you.


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