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A growing number of measurements in the commercial and industrial sectors need to refer to traceability to national and international standards. Instrument and reference standard calibration is resource and time consuming. Since many available digital instruments are provided with some communication interfaces and Internet-enabled metrology has rapidly been developing in recent years, it is possible to create an actual remote calibration system with remote control capabilities. This approach addresses a wide range of possible applications that can drive many kinds of different devices and can be easily upgraded. This paper focuses on some of the security problems regarding remotely executed Internet-enabled calibration processes.