The 3D-printed 'bump keys' that can open almost ANY lock in seconds

A German engineer has revealed how to make 3D-printed 'bump keys' These devices can be used to break into popular pin tumbler design locks To make the key all that is needed is a picture of the lock and pin positions Two engineers claim to have devised a 3D printed ‘bump key’ that, with a bit of brute force, can do exactly that. Their device can apparently be used to open any conventional lock without having access to the real key used to open it. In the event known as LockCon 2014 German engineer Christian Holler presented his and Jos Weyers' bump key design. WHAT IS 'LOCK BUMPING'? Lock bumping is a lock picking technique that can be used to open pin tumbler locks, the sort found in many h

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