U.K.-based security firm Pen Test Partners said the flaw in the Qiui Cellmate internet-connected chastity lock, billed as the "world's first app controlled chastity device," could have allowed anyone to remotely and permanently lock in the user's penis. [...]
Because the chamber was designed to lock with a metal ring underneath the user's penis, the researchers said it may require the intervention of a heavy-duty bolt cutter or an angle grinder to free the user. [...]
"The app stopped working completely after three days and I am stuck!" said one user. Another said they "got already stuck twice when wearing it due to the unreliable app."
"It worked for about a month until I almost got stuck in it. Thankfully it unlocked itself randomly and I was able to get out of it. The device left a bad scar that took nearly a month of recovery," said another review.
Security flaw left 'smart' chastity sex toy users at risk of permanent lock-in:
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