Episode: Lockpicking 101 (And Why Your Locks Are Useless) | Episode 47


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Lockpicking 101 (And Why Your Locks Are Useless) | Episode 47

I recently ran into Daniel Crowley at the BSides San Antonio security conference. He, and other members of Longhorn Lockpicking Club, had several tables covered with what could have easily been two hundred or more locks and they were teaching anyone who wandered by how to pick them. Daniel did such a great job introducing my girlfriend to the hobby that I had to get him on the show.

If you listen to this episode and decide that you want to pick up some skills of your own the following links will serve you well:

Lockpicking is a fascinating and surprisingly accessible hobby if you know where to get started. Give it a shot and let me know what you think.



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