Security researchers at UK-based Pen Test Partners have warned that Qiui’s Cellmate Chasity Cage is a security risk due to API vulnerabilities. It is reported that the attacker can not only accurately access the user’s location data, and even prevent Bluetooth unlock, allowing the user’s “little brother” to be imprisoned for longer.
Qiui claims Cellmate is the world’s first app-based male chastity lock, made of polycarbonate and available in two lengths, for $189 (about 1283 RMB).
But after months of investigation, Pen Test Partners security researchers said in a blog post Monday that the product, which is not equipped with a physical unlock mechanism, is a huge security risk.
If Cellmate falls into the hands of an ulterior motive, the wearer will only be able to break it through a corner mill or other heavy tool that makes people sweat cold.
It should be noted that this is not the first time that sex toys have raised safety concerns. Even if firefighters have long been comfortable with such incidents, users themselves are at risk.
In addition, in 2016, a sex products company called We-Vibe was sued for sensitive user data, and the case was eventually settled in 2017 for $3.75 million.