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A security team in the U.K. just figured out a hi-tech, app-controlled male CHASTITY BELT had a major flaw . . . and hackers could’ve locked all of the belts remotely.  Fortunately they found the flaw before that happened, and the manufacturer patched it up.

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Cellmate: Male chastity gadget hack could lock users in

By Leo Kelion Technology desk editor A security flaw in a hi-tech chastity belt for men made it possible for hackers to remotely lock all the devices in use simultaneously. The internet-linked sheath has no manual override, so owners might have been faced with the prospect of having to use a grinder or bolt cutter to free themselves from its metal clamp.