It was supposed to be a simple matter: take out a security door and let the door unlock itself with the power of your smartphone.
The process was so easy that even a novice would have no trouble unlocking the door.
The problem is, the security company that developed the security door did not bother to test it.
The problem is a little-known flaw in the way security door companies perform their security assessments.
Security door companies, such as Secure Solutions and Home Security Solutions, sell door locks that unlock automatically when a key is inserted into the lock.
These locks are designed to be used with keypads, or in other ways that could allow an intruder to access the lock without getting caught.
Security companies typically test security doors using a remote system called an Automated Checklist.
In the automated checklist, a device called a security gate, usually a smartphone or tablet, is placed on the floor or in a closet to simulate the conditions that the door would normally be used to open.
But a remote security checker is not required for most door locks.
The AutomatedChecklist device is placed in the hallway, or “safe room,” of a building and used to simulate a safe and secure environment.
When a key can be inserted into a safe or secured room, the device triggers a remote control that opens the door to the safe or secure room.
The remote control also unlocks the safe.
When the security gate is not used for the safe, security companies typically use a remote test to determine if the door is safe.
The company then determines if the security checkers is working.
If it is, then the door can be unlocked.
The risk to an intruder is small and the security system is highly effective, said Brian Johnson, a security systems consultant and former director of security systems for the United States Secret Service.
But if the remote security test fails to detect a safe, then a security system in a safe room or a closet is needed.
This usually requires having a key placed in a door that is not secured.
Johnson said the risk to a thief is high when the safe is unlocked with a key inserted in the safe and the door locked with a locked key.
When the door unlocks itself, the thief could then easily use a tool to open the safe door.
If the thief has access to a safe that is secured with a door and a key, they could also gain access to the lock and gain access the safe without being caught.
A recent article in the Journal of Law and Technology on the topic of remote testing of security door systems stated that the risk of theft from a safe is low.
The article noted that remote testing has not been proven to be more effective than a regular security check.
Security companies are still testing security doors with remote testing because there are not enough of them to go around.
For example, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the world’s foremost authority on security door technology, has only one security door testing company.
It has a contract with Secure Solutions.
Johnson said that security companies need more than one company to test security door security systems because it costs money to test them all.
Johnson also said the National Rifle Association is concerned that the proliferation of remote security testing could lead to a dangerous trend of security companies using security doors to test the safety of their products and that this could have a negative impact on gun owners.
He said the NRA is concerned because security doors may be designed to prevent a shooter from accessing the safe but can easily be opened by a thief who knows how to open them.
The National Institute for Standards and Technologies did not respond to a request for comment about its research.