Security doesn’t stop on computers. I wanted to take a common firearm lock and demonstrate a low skill attack on breaching the wafer core on the device.
In my experience, this lock is equally as easy to SPP (single pin pick) as it is to rake open, but to truly highlight how easy it is… I went for raking.
Raking is a technique where you take a picking tool that looks like a snake, and you insert it into a lock while applying tension. You can then draw the rake along the pins/wafers until all of them are set on a shear line. Raking is a quick and effective way to breach low security locks… As you’ll see.
I’m a bit of a mouth breather, so I covered it up using a song YouTube recommended. With that said, it’s a bit loud. Sorry: