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  • randy
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    Since the ZShave exploit causes S2 devices to revert to S0 and since I don't have any S2 devices and I doubt I will be replacing any devices soon, I see no need to be concerned about the exploit. Certainly if one had a network of S2 devices and was dependent on the security, the exploit would be of concern. It is still not clear to me that a network can be secure with even a single S0 device.

    I still have to go back to the belief that
    1. My house is not likely to be a target of a sophisticated thief that would have Z-Wave exploitation hardware
    2. When I used to be involved with police work, the vast majority of home break-ins are not the front door, instead using a window or sliding door on the back of the house. It was a very small percentage where the front door was breached.
    3. Even if they were able to hack my network and unlock a door, the security system and cameras would still be active

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  • rmasonjr
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    Here's info from HST on security in the plugin:
    https://forums.homeseer.com/showthread.php?t=195699

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  • Kerat
    started a topic Zshave vulnerability

    Zshave vulnerability

    Last edited by Kerat; May 25, 2018, 04:23 PM.
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