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  1. Gorgand Grandor
    June 29, 2011

    Even still, they need some money for zoom cameras, software, key forging…

    The good thing about being poor is that it would cost more to forge your keys than they would get from clearing out your house.

    • why06
      June 29, 2011

      Lol. Yep, can’t steal what you don’t have xD.

      Still though could you imagine this technology with cheap 3D printers? Hide ur keys! Hide ur stuff! They robbing everybody here!

      • Gorgand Grandor
        June 30, 2011

        Maybe in twenty years we’ll have amorphous solids which they can stick and shape into the keyhole, and then use electricity to harden so they can turn it.

  2. Wilfried Goetz
    June 29, 2011
  3. daccarett
    June 29, 2011


  4. viny
    July 3, 2011

    Perhaps you might like to take a look at this:
    Finnish Abloy has long since been developing quite state-of-the-art locks. And here you have electronics married with mechanical locks – for home and office use.
    I would like to know whether anyone is aware if sneakey has already been tested on more common abloy keys like ABLOY senso – I would think this might interest ABLOY as well.

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