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Many Locks Can Be Quickly Opened: Experts Gathered In The Czech Republic To Demonstrate How

VideoThis is a four-part series on how the security of locks can be quickly circumvented with simple to sophisticated tools produced for locksmiths and government agencies. There is a specialized group of security experts, tool designers, and manufacturers that offer some incredibly well-engineered, clever, and often-sophisticated devices to open just [...]
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