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  • This is the lock picking lawyer and back in video number 9 70 I showed you the inexcusable design flaw in this Brinks 50 millimeter laminated padlock.

  • On the surface, it looks like a reasonable product.

  • We have a steel lock body, a boron alloy shackle and a core that is filled with security pins.

  • Unfortunately, Brinks failed to shield the back of that core, allowing us to reach through it with a tool like this and bypass the mechanism.

  • Since that video, I've received a lot of enquiries by both comment and email as to whether this lock's 60 millimeter big brother was also vulnerable.

  • So earlier today I bought one of my local Home Depot, and I'm sorry to report that the answer is yes, folks, this is something that could be avoided easily by a competent lock designer, and I remain baffled how such a textbook design flaw remains on the shelves of a major retailer.

  • In any case, that's all I have for you today.

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This is the lock picking lawyer and back in video number 9 70 I showed you the inexcusable design flaw in this Brinks 50 millimeter laminated padlock.

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[1046] Lock Designer Malpractice: Brinks Laminated Padlocks

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/31
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