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#9 - it is now and has been since the 13th i believe  [+] (1 new reply) 08/17/2015 on Fallout Shelter +3
#10 - canadiancarl (08/17/2015) [-]
Might have to check it out then. The website he recommended is crapping out on me.
#15 - i get that but if you unlock a door by turning the key left th… 08/14/2015 on Security 0
#13 - how will seeing the pins and tumbler of a lock tell you that l…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/14/2015 on Security 0
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#14 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
Think about how a key would go in and how the pieces would move. Keep in mind only one shape of key will unlock. Now, think how it would lock. One who is picking a lock would not lock one by accident. Not only that, but they would know which ones were locked and which were unlocked, so if they are quiet, it should not take much longer to pick three locks.
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#15 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
i get that but if you unlock a door by turning the key left then turning it left while unlocked does nothing; the pins willrest in the same position with the key out wether locked or unlocked and the only way you would know before you tried is by looking to see if the deadbolt is latched
#11 - i get that and i agree that the post wouldn't work but the lin…  [+] (4 new replies) 08/14/2015 on Security 0
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#12 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
And one who did not play Sleeping Dogs would find use in the link.
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#13 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
how will seeing the pins and tumbler of a lock tell you that locking 3 out of 6 locks won't work
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#14 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
Think about how a key would go in and how the pieces would move. Keep in mind only one shape of key will unlock. Now, think how it would lock. One who is picking a lock would not lock one by accident. Not only that, but they would know which ones were locked and which were unlocked, so if they are quiet, it should not take much longer to pick three locks.
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#15 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
i get that but if you unlock a door by turning the key left then turning it left while unlocked does nothing; the pins willrest in the same position with the key out wether locked or unlocked and the only way you would know before you tried is by looking to see if the deadbolt is latched
#9 - im not sure how on this os but its just diagrams of locks and …  [+] (6 new replies) 08/14/2015 on Security 0
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#10 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
If you see how the inner mechanisms of a machine work, you can see how they don't work.
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#11 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
i get that and i agree that the post wouldn't work but the link tells me nothing that lock picking in sleeping dogs didn't
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#12 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
And one who did not play Sleeping Dogs would find use in the link.
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#13 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
how will seeing the pins and tumbler of a lock tell you that locking 3 out of 6 locks won't work
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#14 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
Think about how a key would go in and how the pieces would move. Keep in mind only one shape of key will unlock. Now, think how it would lock. One who is picking a lock would not lock one by accident. Not only that, but they would know which ones were locked and which were unlocked, so if they are quiet, it should not take much longer to pick three locks.
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#15 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
i get that but if you unlock a door by turning the key left then turning it left while unlocked does nothing; the pins willrest in the same position with the key out wether locked or unlocked and the only way you would know before you tried is by looking to see if the deadbolt is latched
#7 - i get that but i don't see how the link you provided tells me this  [+] (8 new replies) 08/14/2015 on Security 0
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#8 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
May you take a screenie of where that page takes you?
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#9 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
im not sure how on this os but its just diagrams of locks and captions about the differences in the images
Version One
The first diagrams I ever made were based more or less directly on the images in the MIT Guide to Lockpicking. They contained no colored fill and lacked detail elements in many respects. These images were never used publicly in any presentation.
Version Two
My initial presentations at ShmooCon and DEFCON were based around these images. They incorporated color and were the start of my use of GIF animation in order to depict how lockpicking is performed. Diagrams based on these images were later featured at events such as HackCon, HackInTheBox, ToorCon, ShakaCon, SecTor, and many others.
Version Three
In April of 2009 i began using revised diagrams. These incorporated greater color depth and shading in order to convey three dimensional pieces and the individual elements were re-shaped to better reflect exactly where the pieces of a lock contact one another, how the key rides in, variations in key pin height, etc. While this was a marked improvement, the pieces were still not to scale in many respects.
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#10 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
If you see how the inner mechanisms of a machine work, you can see how they don't work.
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#11 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
i get that and i agree that the post wouldn't work but the link tells me nothing that lock picking in sleeping dogs didn't
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#12 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
And one who did not play Sleeping Dogs would find use in the link.
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#13 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
how will seeing the pins and tumbler of a lock tell you that locking 3 out of 6 locks won't work
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#14 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
Think about how a key would go in and how the pieces would move. Keep in mind only one shape of key will unlock. Now, think how it would lock. One who is picking a lock would not lock one by accident. Not only that, but they would know which ones were locked and which were unlocked, so if they are quiet, it should not take much longer to pick three locks.
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#15 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
i get that but if you unlock a door by turning the key left then turning it left while unlocked does nothing; the pins willrest in the same position with the key out wether locked or unlocked and the only way you would know before you tried is by looking to see if the deadbolt is latched
#5 - i read the page understood what i saw and read but i don't und…  [+] (10 new replies) 08/13/2015 on Security 0
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#6 - thevaulthunter (08/13/2015) [-]
The way lockpicking works, you would know if something was already locked or unlocked, and you would not accidentally lock something.
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#7 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
i get that but i don't see how the link you provided tells me this
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#8 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
May you take a screenie of where that page takes you?
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#9 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
im not sure how on this os but its just diagrams of locks and captions about the differences in the images
Version One
The first diagrams I ever made were based more or less directly on the images in the MIT Guide to Lockpicking. They contained no colored fill and lacked detail elements in many respects. These images were never used publicly in any presentation.
Version Two
My initial presentations at ShmooCon and DEFCON were based around these images. They incorporated color and were the start of my use of GIF animation in order to depict how lockpicking is performed. Diagrams based on these images were later featured at events such as HackCon, HackInTheBox, ToorCon, ShakaCon, SecTor, and many others.
Version Three
In April of 2009 i began using revised diagrams. These incorporated greater color depth and shading in order to convey three dimensional pieces and the individual elements were re-shaped to better reflect exactly where the pieces of a lock contact one another, how the key rides in, variations in key pin height, etc. While this was a marked improvement, the pieces were still not to scale in many respects.
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#10 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
If you see how the inner mechanisms of a machine work, you can see how they don't work.
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#11 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
i get that and i agree that the post wouldn't work but the link tells me nothing that lock picking in sleeping dogs didn't
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#12 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
And one who did not play Sleeping Dogs would find use in the link.
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#13 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
how will seeing the pins and tumbler of a lock tell you that locking 3 out of 6 locks won't work
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#14 - thevaulthunter (08/14/2015) [-]
Think about how a key would go in and how the pieces would move. Keep in mind only one shape of key will unlock. Now, think how it would lock. One who is picking a lock would not lock one by accident. Not only that, but they would know which ones were locked and which were unlocked, so if they are quiet, it should not take much longer to pick three locks.
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#15 - lukewarmpigeon (08/14/2015) [-]
i get that but if you unlock a door by turning the key left then turning it left while unlocked does nothing; the pins willrest in the same position with the key out wether locked or unlocked and the only way you would know before you tried is by looking to see if the deadbolt is latched
#14 - short answer, no, we do not know exactly why the officer exite… 08/12/2015 on Did this cop over react? 0
#66 - beer/money goggles make the person believe the other (in this … 08/08/2015 on Running out of rain: 0
#8 - emergency medical technician 08/04/2015 on Someone call 911 +4