Male chastity gadget hack traps users’ sex

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  • ICT and TEC journalist

October 7, 2020, 10:39 GMT

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The Cellmate has been sold by several major online retailers as well as niche stores

A security hole in a high-tech male chastity belt allows hackers to remotely lock all devices in use simultaneously.

The internet-connected duct does not have a manual override, so homeowners may have faced the prospect of having to use a grinder or bolt cutter to free itself from its metal clip.

The sex toy app has been patched by its Chinese developer after a team of UK security professionals reported the bug.

They also posted a workaround. This solution could be useful for anyone still using the old version of the application and who finds themselves blocked following an attack.

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