How secure are electronic door locks?
You don't need to worry about safety with SOREX products, for the following reasons:
All data is stored directly on the door lock with bank-safe AES 128-bit encryption. As a result, no one has access to this data - not even us as the manufacturer. Unauthorized reading is therefore not possible.
Even if the knob of our FLEX cylinder is knocked off by brute force (sledgehammer), the mechanism behind it cannot be manipulated to open the lock.
Our SOREX door locks support different authentication options: fingerprint, pincode and RFID media. No matter which method you choose, your lock is protected against unauthorized access.
All SOREX fingerprint locks support in depth scan and life detection. An opening with eg. a photo of the finger is not possible. The fingerprint has to be three-dimensional. But even with a 3D model you can't open our locks, because the sensor also checks parameters such as heat and pulse.
Opening by number code:
Our numeric code locks also save all data using bank-safe AES 128 bit.
Encryption directly at the door lock. With a 6-digit code, there are 1000000 possible combinations. Trying all these combinations would take 57 days. An unauthorized opening is therefore impossible.
Even if you choose a door lock with RFID card, security is still guaranteed. All RFID data is stored directly on the door lock, using bank-safe AES 128-bit encryption. Unauthorized opening or copying of the data to an unauthorized medium is therefore not possible with RFID cards either.
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