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pity, but its quite obvious that most of the vendors arent leveraging fips-compliant based key exchanges so yes they do exchange the keys in an insecure format that can be intercepted. there are some that tout fips-verified based implementations. z-wave is by almost all means all unencrypted and extremely easy to sniff/intercept/inject into the mesh network. there were only front-door locks that we were able to find leveraging aes. to the gentlemans comments above, they leverage a mesh network so if you use an antenna and can have a transmit strength great enough to encompass one device you can communicate with all of the devices, not just one. this is only the tip of the iceberg, were working on crestron, lutron, insteon, control4, and others which all leverage some form of the open protocols. we are all for responsible disclosure, in the case of x10/z-wave it was a bit different as we were specifically targeting a standard versus a manufacturer.
support for the infrared remote control, with a few exceptions. control4 is one of the last holdouts to support the infrared signal. for the most part, this is great, as infrared is a superior form of control over a powerline or wireless connection. the problem is that control4 uses the ir signal to synchronize all devices with a single signal, even if the ir is actually just to the one remote. this is very similar to the way it works with powerline networking, which is also implemented using an ir signal.
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