Security researchers expose vulnerabilities in 3 million Saflok RFID locks used in global hotels and homes

A team of security researchers unveiled a series of vulnerabilities dubbed “Unsaflok” affecting 3 million Saflok electronic RFID locks deployed in 13,000 hotels and homes worldwide. These flaws, discovered in September 2022, allow attackers to unlock any door within a hotel using forged keycards. Despite disclosing their findings to manufacturer Dormakaba in November 2022, nearly 64% of the locks remain vulnerable as of March 2024, prompting the researchers to publicly reveal the vulnerabilities today. The flaws impact various Saflok models and pose a significant security risk, potentially enabling unauthorized access to millions of properties globally.

(Source :Bleeping Computers)

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