Saturday, 30 April 2005

Hdpicklocking-im004015Hackaday points to a web site where the authors show step-by step how to build a super-fast lock picker from a used hard drive, a mouse, part of a network card, a power supply and a small screwdriver.

Just assemble a few parts scattered around the average geek's room, and locks are popping open for ya. Says the author: "The challenge was to build a lockpick device by using computer parts, and of course we did it, and it works pretty well and really fast." Sure does!

Pictures and a demo video showing it work are all on the page.

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Sunday, 19 November 2006 16:29:35 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
We are a non profit school. At this point we are looking for some USB 1
ports or cards with drivers if necessary to install on some older laptops.
We will also be looking for portable scanners & printers.
John Melvetz
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