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Millions of Hotel Room Locks Have a Glaring Security Flaw That Won't Get Fixed [Security]

With less than $50 worth of parts and only a few seconds, millions of hotel room keycard locks around the world can be hacked and unlocked by robbers-cum-hackers trying to break into your room. The good news? The security flaw can be fixed. The bad news? No one wants to pay to fix them. More »
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