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Security of locks - what went wrong?

Existing access control systems are outdated, insecure, inconvenient, expensive, and require a lot of supporting network infrastructure. More recently, all existing electronic access control technologies have been exposed as hackable. Sometimes the hacking can easily be done with cheap devices bought online for $10-$30. Some technologies such as metal keys, have been around for over 2000 years. Other technologies such as mag-stripes have been around for 40 years, and have been breaking down for a long time. The following locks have been found to be insecure and hacked; Bluetooth locks; in mid 2016, over 75% of bluetooth smart locks on the market were shown to be open to hacks. Many research