SimpliSafe’s home security system could be prone to being fooled by a cheap trick, a new video has revealed, but it’s probably not a reason to be alarmed. A video posted by LockPickingLawyer on YouTube demonstrates a potential vulnerability in SimpliSafe’s home security system, which could also apply to a number of wireless alarm systems. The video shows how by using a 433 MHz remote, easily purchased online for around $2, the signal from wireless security devices to a security base station can be jammed. This could let someone open and close a door or window with a wireless contact sensor on it without triggering the alarm. As noted in the video, the SimpliSafe system is capable of detecting this type of wireless interference and will notify you with a voice alert on the base station and a text message to your phone. However, as non-nefarious wireless interference is very common, it won’t trigger the alarm or alert the monitoring station. If you have cameras in your monitored SimpliSafe system, interference will trigger video recording. This means it’s important to check on your home if you receive one of these wireless interference text message alerts. Simpli...