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The Document Which Was Formerly Called The MIT Guide to Lockpicking An interesting new lockpicking technique has been making its way around the internet. This technique uses 'bump keys' to open locks in a similar fashion to lockpicking guns but without requiring specialized hardware. You can read about bump keys in this document, and see a news report about them here. --- Presenting ---(drumroll please) I am told that the university which has its' name associated with this document would prefer not to.

The Document Which Was Formerly Called The MIT Guide to Lockpicking

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