All posts for the month February, 2015

The August Smart Lock’s not so 2-Factor Authentication (Part 1)

TLDR: August really doesn’t have two-factor authentication, but what they have maybe good enough. I recently got my hands on the new August Smart Lock, but not to put on my door (well at least not yet). Instead I was interested in the security of a product which is claimed to be “completely secure”. No joke […]

The case of Sparkfun ‘security’

Sparkfun is an online store which sell , electronics for hobbyist. They also are my go to store when I need any small electronics (arduino, raspberry pi, etc.). Unfortunately while their store and service is great the security of their site leaves something to be desired. I am writing this article prior to disclosure, but by the […]