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Resources for safe manipulation

From: Datagram
Sent on: Monday, January 23, 2012 4:32 PM

For those that wanted more information on the process:

Section 3.3 of Matt Blaze's "Safecracking for the Computer Scientist" is an excellent resource for learning the principles of manipulation.
You can find his paper at http://www.crypto.com/papers/safelocks.pdf

Eric Schmiedl's gave a Defcon presentation on the topic a few years back, which is a general discussion on non destructive entry techniques.
You can find a video of his presentation at http://vimeo.com/4152050

Yes, I realize this is a complex topic, but it's very simple once you get more comfortable with it! I expect to see some safes opened next month : )

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