You can put your 4 digit pin anywhere between 20 digits input and it would still open the wyze door lock. This is a huge security flaw,
Actually it’s a security advantage if someone is trying to look at your code over your shoulder. They have no way of knowing where in the long string is your actual code. Particularly if you use a different string every time.
Thats the same system LisftMaster uses on their outside key access for garage doors. It must be somewhat secure as they haven’t changed it on the new models. If it was so easy, why are there YouTube videos on breaking in garage with RF spoofers. . .
Maybe set your entry time for 14 seconds and don’t use your address or 1234 for the code.