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Village Name The Open Organisation Of Lockpickers


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Contact Jan-Willem
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Description This village is about exploring how locks work, and sharing this knowledge with the community. We will teach you to pick your first locks and what else there is to explore in physical security. Manipulating safes, creating keys on the fly, to name a few.
Preferred Location 52° 16' 58.87" N, 5° 31' 26.08" E
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Related to village Village:CTF, Village:Ceci n'est pas un Village, Village:HSNL, Village:Hardware Hacking Area - HHA, Village:Still Hacking Anyway
Interests education
, lockpicking
, physical security
physical security
, hardware hacking
hardware hacking
Registered on 3 March 2022 18:51:09
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Hi all,

This is the lockpicking village run by The Open Organisation Of Lockpickers and friends from SSDeV etc. We will host lockpicking introduction sessions and lockpicking competitions, but most of all, it will be a place for like-minded people to share their knowledge on lockpicking. The schedule should be ready ~1 week before the event.

Lockpicking for us is the umbrella terminology that captures our lock obsession. For some, the goal is to create their own lock designs and explore the avenues of pickability and threat modeling. For others, lockpicking is about exploring the attack methods, and creating their own tools for this purpose. We take locks a part and study the different mechanisms and collect rare and unique examples. We create designs and material for demonstrations and teaching lockpicking, usually build with the tools available at hackerspaces including Lasercutters, wood- and metalworking tools.

Does this sound interesting to you? Come by the village.