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Ethical hackers show how to open millions of hotel keycard locks

March 21, 2024

Via: TechSpot

Researchers recently disclosed a significant security flaw in Dormakaba’s Saflok electronic RFID locks, which are popular with hotels. It could allow a hacker to clone a hotel’s keycard to access any room in the building. It is unclear whether hackers are actively exploiting the vulnerability.

The exploit affects Saflok MT, Quantum Series, RT Series, Saffire Series, Confidant Series, and all other Saflok locks. Saflok MT and RT (pictured below) are the most common. Most hotels that use the impacted locks employ either System 6000, Ambiance, or Community management software.

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