Can a smart door lock be hacked?
Many people are concerned that their smart door lock may be hacked. imt Smart Home can assure you that it is not the case; the chances of your smart lock being hacked are extremely low.
1. Fingerprint, password, and card data save directly in smart lock
For example, imt smart door lock 1S supporting 5 different unlock ways such as fingerprint, password, card, app, and key. The fingerprint, password, and card data are stored in the door lock itself and cannot be remove from app. This can make the smart lock still function even it is not connected to the Wi-Fi. Thus, it increases the security of the imt smart door lock even more.
2. Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
Furthermore, the imt smart lock 1S supports app control and a temporary password, although this feature requires Wi-Fi. When the user wants to send a temporary password to their friends, the password will send from the app to the cloud to encrypt and send it to the door lock. All the password will be encrypted with AES 256 (Advanced Encryption Standard). AES 256 is a specification for the encryption of electronic data established by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology in 2001. Therefore, all your temporary password is secure, and won’t be hack by others.
3. Physical safety
Lastly, the design of the imt smart lock is different from others , it can prevent of magnetic box attack. Therefore, the intruder cannot use the magnetic box to open your smart door lock. Additionally, the smart lock is connected to the imt app, so if someone try to break the smart lock then the imt Smart Home’s app; imt Home will send you an alert notification. Furthermore, if your smart lock is linked with your home security system, it will sound an alarm at the same time.