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Hotels switch up after hacker opens locked doors

A hacker has exposed a security flaw in electronic locks on some hotel rooms which allows people to break in easily.

Caleb Allison
Thu, 29 Nov 2012

Some hotels are plugging a security flaw which allows people to easily break into hotel rooms with electronic locks.

Others may be unaware of the problem.

A bug was exposed at a hacker conference in Las Vegas in the US in July, detailing how a simple electronic device could quickly unlock some

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Caleb Allison
Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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