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Practical Lock Picking : A Physical Penetration Tester's Training Guide - Deviant Ollam

Practical Lock Picking

A Physical Penetration Tester's Training Guide


Published: 10th September 2010
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Practical Lock Picking: A Physical Penetration Tester's Training Guide provides an introduction to the basic principles of lock picking. It combines both easy-to-follow, step-by-step lessons, and tutorials that will help security-conscious people learn how to open most of the locks they may encounter during auditing or assessment work.
The text covers the fundamentals of pin tumbler and wafer locks; the basics of picking; beginner and advanced training; and quick entry techniques. The discussions focus on pin tumbler locks, with several diagrams provided to illustrate the construction and function of these locks. Guides and exercises demonstrate the use of basic lock-picking tools in order to manipulate and open these locks. The text also describes the most common "alternative? designs of pin tumbler locks and summarizes the tools and techniques that can be effective against them.
The book can be a valuable resource for both beginners and those seeking advanced, professional training in lock picking. Individuals working in the field of penetration testing can use the book to enhance their repertoire of skills.

  • Detailed photos make learning as easy as picking a lock
  • DVD is filled with indispensible lock picking videos and color photos
  • Extensive appendix details tools and toolkits currently available for all your lock picking needs

  1. Superlattice
  2. Resonant tunneling via man-made quantum well states
  3. Optical properties and raman scattering in man-made quantum systems
  4. Dielectric function and doping of a superlattice
  5. Quantum step and activation energy
  6. Semiconductor atomic superlattice (sas)
  7. Si quantum dots
  8. Capacitance, dielectric constant and doping quantum dots
  9. Porous silicon
  10. Some novel devices
  11. Quantum impedance of electrons
  12. Why super and why nano

ISBN: 9781597496124
ISBN-10: 159749612X
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 10th September 2010
Publisher: Elsevier Science