ASSA ABLOY Hospitality comments regarding hotel lock software system VingCard Vision Two researchers employed by F-secure have been working for more than a decade to try to find a vulnerability in the hotel locksoftware system VingCard Vision. Regarding this, ASSA ABLOY wants to make the following statements and clarifications: Vision Software is a 20-year-old product, which has been compromised after 12 years and thousands of hours of intensive work by two employees at F-Secure. ASSA ABLOY has fixed the flaws in the Vision software and issued software updates, released in February. Hotels that have applied the updates to their systems are not vulnerable. Digital devices and software of all kinds are vulnerable to hacking. However, it would take a big team of skilled specialists years to try to repeat the effort. Since the tools are not made available, it is not about just going into a hotel and getting instant access. These locks represent only a small fraction of the hotel locks in the world and are being rapidly replaced with new, more advanced technology. For the past decade new features have been launched exclusively on Visionline, a different platform that is not impacted. ASSA ABLOY is constantly monitoring, assessing and addressing its security in order to keep its technology safe. Tools and details of the method will not be released by F-Secure and are known by very few individuals.