MAKER: Call a 3D Locksmith – How 3D Printing can Defeat Physical Security

@inproceedings{Doyle2015MAKERCA,
  title={MAKER: Call a 3D Locksmith – How 3D Printing can Defeat Physical Security},
  author={Byron Doyle and Colby Goettel and Lane David Broadbent and Dale C. Rowe},
  year={2015}
}
Physical security analysts have always sought to overcome challenges in security infrastructure using novel approaches and new technology. One of these challenges is preset, mechanical lock mechanisms. 3D printing technology provides a valuable tool for those interested in attacking or bypassing high-security locks. This technology can allow such practitioners to create key blanks or replicas from key data such as physical key measurements or photographic evidence. 

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