Smart toilet security could be hacked
August 6 , 2013
LIXIL the makers of high-tech Satis smart toilet said there's more to worry about regarding toilets than just running out of toilet paper when you go reach for it. According to software security firm Trustwave, the super-advanced smart toilet can be hacked by any person using My Satis Android app.
This app communicates with the toilet using Bluetooth and enables users to operate its functions using a handset or tablet. The app has a hard-coded Bluetooth PIN of 0000, according to Trustwave's Daniel Crowley.