Another Yale fail... And why trying to trust 'smart' stuff for physical security is not yet a great idea. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/10/19/yale_security_fail/
Finally someone knows what they're talking about (y) It angers me people think keys are safer when they're the most common so most burglar's are going to be prepared for a lock and carry a bump key or a hamer, its probably rare to find a hacker who can hack digitally or locksmiths experts If so they should find a new career
Not an issue, the snap a lock info was interesting. I hadn't realised quite how vulnerable my door locks were and while I have 4 cameras and an alarm at home they won't stop someone breaking in. :)
Sorry if you thought that, i was siding with you. Backing your point up.
I'm well aware how insecure traditional locks are, how did you infer I prefer keys?