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Have fun! Code is ” ; Serial. When I got the safe, I promptly emailed myself the manufacturer’s code, set up an easily remembered user code, and stored the manual with the manufacturer’s code in a “safe place. I need to get to one of the documents in the safe.
I can’t seem to remember the user code. No problem, I say, I’ll just look up the manufacturer’s code in my email. So, what keywords did I use to make it searchable? Apparently not safe, combo, password, combination, or any combination or related word thereof. Ok, no problem, I’ll just go get my manual from The combos are both lost for good.
So I start considering my options. I could send a notarized letter to the safe company, but where’s the fun in that? I could open it destructively, but I didn’t really want to do that either. The lock is an electronic combination with a five digit password, so brute forcing seems plausible, but there’s a two minute lockout on 3 wrong combinations, taking the brute force time to days. That won’t work. I open up the battery compartment, enter three wrong combos, it goes into lockout mode, I remove the battery for a couple seconds and put it back.
Yep, it “forgot” it was in lockout mode, and I can now enter 3 more passwords. Only 99, more to go. I estimate the safe could be opened in less than 6 days using brute force. I’m not in a real hurry for the documents, don’t want to break the safe, and love the challenge of getting my safecracking on, so I commit to cracking this sucker via brute force.
At first I considered a mechanical dialer that would punch the buttons for me, but the mechanics of doing that with acceptable speed seemed somewhat difficult – not an afternoon’s kind of project. However, by cutting away a couple globs of hot glue with a blade, i could access the keypad contacts directly. Conveniently, there are access holes for connecting wires to the contact array.
So I started sketching up where I need jumper wires and placing them. Then it was a simple matter of using some relay boards I had laying around to start dialing the keypad using an arduino I also had laying around. I used a couple of photosensors to read the LED status indicators so that I could know if the combo failed or succeeded.
Finally, I used an additional relay to power cycle the keypad after 3 failed combinations to defeat the lockout feature. With a little programming work, I had an automated dialer that should!
By logging each attempt on a laptop and writing a couple of little helper scripts, I had hourly status updates being delivered via email. It was a bit of a programmer’s nightmare in that I could not test the code directly for success, and didn’t have the exact details of what the success scenario looked like, for example, how long until the green LED would light, how brightly it would light, or if it would be solid or flashing. Some youtubing failed to turn up these details as well.
So I did my best to make it robust to these details and prayed. And prayed, and prayed, and prayed However, this morning at 7: It was the safecracking robot calling, saying it had found the correct code. Somewhat scared of a false positive, I showered first, then headed into the room and removed the heavy blanket which I’d been using to muffle the incessant beeping. I entered the code sent via email and lo and behold, it opened. You can see a pen propping open the door in the lower left corner.
I love it when a plan comes together. With a little hot glue the keypad will go right back together and the safe will be like new. And this time my email with the combination will not be titled “Remember this number”.
And when they are using cheap Walmart fire safes
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One academic, in conjunction with The History Channel, is teaching AI to think like a killer by exposing it to all the information available on The Zodiac Killer. As reported by History. In the late s and early s, the self-named murderer terrorized Northern California with a succession of random killings and taunting letters to the police and newspapers. The machine creates impromptu poetry on demand and free of charge on its website. You can check it out here and, as you may have guessed, its work is decidedly creepy. In order to take the hunt for these very real monsters to the next level, we need to treat the data we have on serial killers as seriously as Facebook treats the data it has on your family. The New Yorker recently profiled Thomas Hargrove and his algorithms.
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