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Re: [Full-disclosure] Digital Mechanical Lock Unsafe
From: Andrew Farmer (andfarmgmail.com)
Date: Sun Feb 11 2007 - 23:04:38 CST
On 11 Feb 07, at 15:39, Clark Mills wrote:
> The model of lock that this article is based on is a Lockwood DX
> DIGITAL LOCK. I'd expect all similarly styled locks to be similarly
Nope, it's probably just that model. The digital-mechanical locks
that I've seen are dependent on both the sequencing of buttons
pressed (1,2,3 vs. 2,1,3) and the combinations in which buttons are
pressed. Some can use codes which include button "chords" (1+2,3 vs.
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