By David Ponce
With the recent brouhaha over Bumpkeys, and how regular locks are fundamentally flawed, perhaps your paranoia level will reach critical levels, and you’ll go out hunting for alternative ways to keep your
trailer lavish mansion from getting burgled. With the MyKey 2300, you can forego keys altogether.
The $300 lock relies on your carrying an RFID chip on your person. When waved in front of the lock, the door opens. If you chose to eschew the RFID chip from further paranoia of having it cloned, then a keypad allows you to enter a secret code.