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3D printing software Photobump proves standards locks are no longer secure from technology

on Aug 31, 2014 | 0 comments

By Stephen Lepitak

3D printing technology just found a new use, with develops having created the ability to produce plastuc keys that will be able to open any door lock.

The ability to create the keys has been devised by engineers Jos Weyers and Christian Holler through their software Photobump, a 3D file which can produce a bump key from just one image of a lock.

Lock bumping is a lock picking technique that has been in existence for almost a century, featuring a key blank which can be used, alongside the light tap of a hammer, to fit and open any pin Read full story ›

Source: The Drum