The Qiui Cellmate Chastity Cage can be remotely locked using a mobile app, with no manual override. | Image: Qiui
A security flaw in an internet-enabled male chastity device allows hackers to remotely control the gadget and permanently lock in wearers, researchers disclosed today.
The Cellmate Chastity Cage, built by Chinese firm Qiui, lets users hand over access to their genitals to a partner who can lock and unlock the cage remotely using an app. But multiple flaws in the app’s design mean “anyone could remotely lock all devices and prevent users from releasing themselves,” according to UK security firm Pen Test Partners.
Even worse, as the chastity cage does not come with a manual override or physical key, locked-in users have few options to break out. One is…tech, The Verge