smart door means a hackable door. whether you trust amazon or not, you cant change that. when I get my own house I will have a sturdy lock, a loud alarm, a large dog, and a glock 19.
I'm not sure if this is facetious or serious, but I'm going to assume it's serious. A smart phone is hackable. A keyless car is hackable. Your computer is hackable. Everything is pretty much hackable to somebody who REALLY wants in. A lock on your door isn't real security anyway. Break the door down. Break a window. There's many ways into a house. Just like hacking (less the expertise), if somebody wants into your house, nothing will stop them. Maybe your guns, but that's as american as it gets. What if they have bigger guns?
eh it was a bit of both. but now we are talking about the question of "how much security are you willing to trade for convenience" Do i put bars on the windows for security, or do i keep them off because it looks nicer? tbh it might actually be a safer lock for a short amount of time before a hack comes out. but im just imagining a year after it comes out when a script kiddie can pay $5 in bitcoin on the dark web to put an app on their smartphone that lets them unlock any door in america. As Amaroq mentioned deadbolts are really easy to break into
that video demonstraights it pretty well. so really most of us can already have our houses broken into by someone who pays $16
to unlock any door in america.
To be fair, a pin and tumbler lock is exceptionally easy to open.
I wonder if there is a psychological difference.
psychological difference between what?
in my first post the "sturdy lock" i wanted wasn't a deadbolt it was one of those keypad locks businesses have. that and a good dog are probably more than enough for most burgers (i know i typed burgers im gonna leave it).
P.S. we haven't had a really good shitpost in a couple of days anyone got any ideas?