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Old 11-02-04, 01:26 PM
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Konakazi
No, GIR, thatís bad.
 
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They can be pros or not, but having simple instructions on what tools to use to hack a lock sitting on the web is not very comforting.

I like the concept of locks being a deterrent though, rather than some fail safe system. I think that's definitely a more rational approach than to think that any lock is "theft proof" or what not.

Just shopping for ideas and when I googled the American lock and the second result was how to pick it, I wasn't exactly filled with enthusiasm!

I have to get myself in to some hardware stores and see what I can find locally for sure, but having some info going in to it will help out.
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