Video: Electronic safe vulnerabilities

Posted on Monday, March 30th, 2015 in hacks, security by the machinegeek

Think electronic safes are fail safe? Here’s a video by Jeff Popio, Sr. Security Architect for Stealth Entry LLC, demonstrating an electronic safe fail and highlighting the vulnerabilities of these units.

This talk was presented at the Central Ohio Infosec Summit held last February.

Video courtesy of Irongeek.

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2 Responses to “Video: Electronic safe vulnerabilities”

  1. r4k says:

    Of course, given how easily many of these safes can be opened by brute force I wonder how much of a problem this really is:

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