|splatterbabble - 2010-03-31 |
Oh the filing noise! My teef hurt now!
|a flaming monkey - 2010-03-31 |
Knowledge is useful.
|fluffy - 2010-03-31 |
Okay the fact it works on deadbolts is particularly scary. I wonder if it works on the spring-loaded entry gate lock on my building's front door...
|kwash - 2010-03-31 |
I was really not impressed with this until I saw how quickly and easily he could do it there at the end.
|JimL2 - 2010-04-01 |
It works on any pin tumbler lock. Honestly though, any physical lock can be picked or subverted, and this isn't even a new technique. (Mechanical pin-picks working on a similar principle have been around for years, they were just much more expensive.) But at the end of the day, doors can be kicked in, windows can be broken, fences can be climbed over. I don't remember where I was going with this FOUR STARS
that was a reply to fluffy hi fluffy
|Cube - 2010-04-01 |
Oh yeah, I haven't been able to ride my bike for half a year because I lost the key. Now there's new hope.
It's not a wire lock, I'd need an angle grinder or something to cut it.
I spend all my time and energy on PoeTV.
|Camonk - 2010-04-01 |
I was wondering what bump keys were after watching an episode of Castle.
Shut up. It's better than Dr. Who
|pastorofmuppets - 2010-04-01 |
Locks are for honest people. The real solution here is to never leave your house, and always be standing naked just behind the front door.
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