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Unbreakable locks
marymary100 - 14-4-2016 at 15:47

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPBH1eW28mo


LSemmens - 15-4-2016 at 01:39

Sounds about right.


John_Little - 15-4-2016 at 10:02

Not going to watch the youtube video thing because I'm tethered to my phone and its got limited internet access. But I know when we lost one of our keys, I googled how to change the lock (which was easy) but the youtube video was followed by half a dozen others showing you how to break in.


John_Little - 15-4-2016 at 10:03

Not going to watch the youtube video thing because I'm tethered to my phone and its got limited internet access. But I know when we lost one of our keys, I googled how to change the lock (which was easy) but the youtube video was followed by half a dozen others showing you how to break in.


LSemmens - 15-4-2016 at 12:51

Got a but of a stutter there John? nananana


marymary100 - 15-4-2016 at 13:24

No wonder he is using up his data...


Theravad - 15-4-2016 at 15:06

No such thing as an "unbreakable" lock - there is a "pretty hard and infeasible with current technology to break lock" however...


Quaver - 16-4-2016 at 08:56

My phone isn't locked:D


LSemmens - 16-4-2016 at 12:32

Back in the days of DOS I used to play Lock the kids out of the 'puter. The only one they never beat was when I wrote a simple batch file that converted text to black on black and then paused it. I eventually relented and informed them that a simple <Ctrl> "C" would fix it. They didn't believe me until I showed them. IT was only because the "are you sure?" message after Ctrl C was not displayed because of the previous black on black code.


Quaver - 16-4-2016 at 12:40

Cleverkewl_glasses