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Corwin H.


Cleveland, OH

Member since:

September 25, 2012

Are you familiar with tools used in lockpicking and locksport?

Nope, gave my last set to my environmental activist cousin. Believe it or not, he's been arrested LESS since I gave them to him. I guess he picked up the skills quickly enough.

Have you ever successfully picked or circumvented the security of a lock?

Yes! Handcuffs (real ones, had to a pick as a shim), 1980's GM truck, many cheap door locks of a variety of makes, and a filing cabinet. But it's been a while.

What's the most secure lock that you've picked or defeated?

No idea on how to rate the ones that I've worked with. In my experience the most secure lock is a broken one.


Hacker, programmer, gamer, photographer, dreamer.

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