The most striking (you locksmiths will get that joke) thing about this is that an expensive “smart” lock was made with little to no physical security features in mind. I like how the article points out the difficulty of physically compromising a good-ole-fashioned steel, “dumb” mortise lock.
Is it true that “smart” lock manufacturers are forgetting about physical security when designing locks? Isn’t that the point of a lock?
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