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Published on Jun 30, 2012
Most lockpicking talks focus on the common pin-tumbler locks and combination locks we use in every day. This talk will go over "disc-detainer" locks, a type of key-operated lock that uses rotating discs instead of pins or wafers. These locks range from low to high security and are extremely popular in certain parts of the world. They're slowly becoming more popular in the United States and Europe, especially in high-security settings. We'll go over how these locks work, differences in designs between low and high security disc-detainer locks, and do live demonstrations to show how these locks can be picked, impressioned, and decoded.