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Well it's out there now!!

This is a must see video if you are using combination locks on anything you value.

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And of course keys don't work either.
Bump Key HOWTO

Goggle "Bump Key"
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My Dad always said that locks just keep out the honest people - and maybe lazy criminals.
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I wish people whom felt the need to share this type of information to the world would reap the most of what they sew..RIPED OFF EVERY DAY OF THEIR LIVES..
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Who uses combination locks? I haven't even seen one since high school.
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West Marine: 2" Solid Brass Combination Padlock Product Display

Thats the lock i use.
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Use that one as well.


I think that kid in the video should spend more time going to speech lessons and less on picking lockers
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The most important part of this video (the bump-key one) is the bit about how "the bad guys have known this trick for years." It's absolutely true. The tricks only work because the good guys don't know that they're vulnerable to them; there's a noble tradition of publishing vulnerabilities in computer systems, and it's nice to see that the same spirit is alive in other secure arts as well. Now that you know, you can start working on a lock that isn't susceptible to these tricks.
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The most important part of this video (the bump-key one) is the bit about how "the bad guys have known this trick for years." It's absolutely true. The tricks only work because the good guys don't know that they're vulnerable to them; there's a noble tradition of publishing vulnerabilities in computer systems, and it's nice to see that the same spirit is alive in other secure arts as well. Now that you know, you can start working on a lock that isn't susceptible to these tricks.
I have to admit your reasoning is sound and i am better educated for the viedo..So will have to agree..

Ignorance was bliss though..
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All a lock is ..to keep an honest person honest !
If someone wants it badly ..they wiil get it !
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