13 steps to improve security and privacy when developing a smart lock

Riscure recently analyzed the security of three popular smart locks: those that typically provide extra functionality like remote unlock, smartphone integration, advanced authentication methods, etc. On all devices, we analyzed the internals, reverse engineered the firmware and corresponding smartphone applications and tried several attacks to see if the locks could be compromised. Our findings show that smart locks can introduce new risks and that there should be more emphasis on security in the development process. Based on our analysis, combined with our extensive experience in evaluating secure embedded devices, we provide 13 recommendations for smart lock developers in this whitepaper.

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