Will the smart lock password be cracked?
Password unlocking is one of the most commonly used methods for smart door locks, which is more convenient and safer than traditional key unlocking methods. While password unlocking is used by a large number of smart door locks, consumers also have new questions. Is password unlocking really safe?
Most people have more or less experienced password theft, so the password is always mixed in the contradiction between security and insecurity. I have seen a friend use different passwords for each account, and there is a small book to memorize these passwords… Then as for whether the password of the smart door lock is safe when unlocking, I am today. Let’s take stock of the ways in which the passwords are stolen at the bottom of the inventory and how we should prevent them.
Safely upgrade the password without connecting to the Internet:
The password stolen experienced by most people is the stolen password of a registered account in most cases. Theft is usually inexplicable, at least we can be sure that no one came to the house and obtained your password through your computer. Yes, a large amount of password theft is achieved through the Internet. The common password cracking methods are brute force cracking and dictionary cracking. The principle is very simple. Brute force cracking, as the name suggests, is to keep trying until the correct password is found. Dictionary cracking refers to having a password dictionary, which contains all commonly used or in-use passwords, try one by one. It sounds stupid, but because it is executed automatically by a dedicated computer system, the efficiency is actually very high. Of course, there are more methods, such as direct attack on the server, hijacking, etc. I will not give examples one by one. In a word, networking may be the main method of password leaks.
Fingerprints may reveal the password:
Doesn’t it mean that the password is lost? What does it have to do with fingerprints? Fingerprint cheats will appear on the buttons that are frequently touched. Criminals can quickly understand the buttons that we touch frequently through ultraviolet light and other means to obtain the numbers of the password. Of course, the order is still Need to guess. There are many ways to avoid it, such as frequent wiping, etc., but the editor believes that the easiest way is to buy a smart door lock that is not easy to have fingerprints, and the most direct process of password loss is to be peeked. For this kind of theft, there is now a special virtual password technology to prevent it. This technology is reflected in the input of a password that can enter any number before or after the correct password, without affecting the normal use of the password. It is no longer possible to peep into the password through this technology. Therefore, when buying a smart door lock, you must choose a fake password technology.
Avoid common password setting habits
When setting passwords for smart door locks, you must avoid some common password setting habits, such as birthday or 123456, which are too common passwords, and passwords that you often use. Because these passwords are easier to obtain than other passwords, the door lock is not like our online account. Once lost, it will not only cause damage to property but also personal injury. Therefore, it is important to keep your door lock code properly.