Re: Interesting interview with a safe cracker
Bai Shen wrote:
Am I the only one who noticed that Chad it again?
Are there words missing here, or did I just seriously fail my comprehend english check?
Azhrei Vep wrote:
Something I tell my coworkers every time they start compaining about not getting into somewhere locked: "You guys always think about this wrong. The lock isn't your problem. It's not what's keeping you out. It's the door that's your problem. And that's an easier problem to get around."
A friend of mine works as a security consultant and is often hired to check how "safe" a company is from break-ins.
One of her more face-palm worthy stories was a back entrance to a building that had an amazing lock. The thing must have cost a small fortune, it was incredibly well made and trying to break the thing would take you hours, if not days.
The door itself and the doorframe consisted of old rotting wood.