Is the signal sent secured? Can someone intercept and hack in?

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    they use PKI encryption where each transaction is a unique challenge-response. So things like sniffing are not relevant. Some additional info is on the Kevo site, and you can find info on line and places like wiki

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  • UniKey, the company that made the technology inside Kevo has developed a security protocol to encrypt all Bluetooth traffic - they say they use military grade encryptions for each interaction. From my understanding, This is why the Kevo does not use the pairing process we are all used to with other Bluetooth products. On UniKey's website it is stated that they use advanced security technology for Kevo, which is regularly reviewed by third party industry security experts.

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