Lockpicking 101 for busy IT professionals

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The trivial ease with which most common locks were cracked should give IT professionals considering physical security of their assets pause for thought, a lockpicking expert warned today. “Datagram” showed delegates to the 10th annual AusCERT conference how easy it was to pick locks ...
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"Datagram" (not his real name) explains lockpicking forensics to an audience at AusCERT 2011 security conference on the Gold Coast, May 16. photo: Nate Cochrane
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