@ DEFCON – lockpicking interview and HOW TO

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MAKE pal Jason Striegel has a great interview and HOW TO from DEFCON on picking a dead-bolt…Here’s a quick and dirty deadbolt lock picking howto that’ll give you and your friends some cheap entertainment on a slow weekend afternoon. Link.

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  1. Sorry Michael, the link is right, but it looks like my server is smoked. Makezine is just too much linkage for it to handle, I guess :) I should have it all back online soon. Sorry for the wait.

  2. I use to make my own tools using spokes from trashed rims off of my 20″ BMX bike years back.

    Take a spoke and with a heavy hammer start to flatten out 3 or 4 inches of it. Try not to make it waffer thin, just thin enough to fit into a lock nicely. Then used a bench top grinder to shape the flattened area to whatever shape I needed/wanted.

    Put a round screw driver in a vise and bend the other end of the spoke around that to make a nice “U” shape and you have a handle on your tool. Wrap with tape if needed.

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