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Security researchers say they have uncovered a flaw that could let couriers re-enter a home after making a delivery by disabling the Amazon Cloud Cam that is part of the new Amazon Key in-home delivery service.
Wired reported on research from Seattle-based security firm Rhino Security Labs that found a program that could be deployed from any computer in Wi Fi range could disable and freeze the Cloud Cam that sits opposite a door equipped with a smart lock as part of the new service.
The service will not unlock the door if the Wi-Fi is disabled and the camera is not online.
Whether or not the flaw uncovered by Rhino represents a major risk to customers, it could turn off some potential users for a service that consumers appear to be a bit skeptical of in the early going.
Online research company Morning Consult, found in a nationwide poll conducted last month that 68 percent of U. adults said they’re not comfortable giving strangers access to their homes.
Those strangers could be dropping off an Amazon package or delivering groceries, according to the question posed.
Wired reports that the Cloud Cam can be knocked off the network via a series of “de-authorization commands.” These moves, which involve mimicking a command from the Wi Fi network, can be an issue for practically all Wi Fi-enabled devices.
Amazon has a strict process for drivers using Amazon Key that includes thorough vetting of drivers and lays out a series of steps couriers must complete before moving into the next delivery.
Every delivery driver passes a comprehensive background check that is verified by Amazon before they can make in-home deliveries, every delivery is connected to a specific driver, and before we unlock the door for a delivery, Amazon verifies that the correct driver is at the right address, at the intended time.
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Right before the driver arrives, you will receive an “Arriving Now” notification and can optionally watch the delivery happening live.
The driver will knock first, then request to unlock customer’s door via their Amazon handheld scanner.Here’s how Amazon Key and Cloud Cam work, as explained in Amazon’s help pages.