Hacker Cracks Smart Gun Protection To Shoot It With Out Approval

It pairs electronically with a smart watch so that only the person wearing the watch can fire it.
“Our experiences with the strengths and weaknesses of the iP1 system will flow into the next generation of [the] smart gun system,”he said.
The NRA has said that while it’s not against smart guns, it does not support legislative restrictions on acquiring non-smart guns.
Plore wants to make sure manufacturers are aware of these flaws in order to make future smart guns safer.
It’s not the first time magnets have been used to hack smart devices.

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