How to crack digital safes?

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Digital safes allow people to lock away valuable documents, possessions, or even keep medications away from children. Yet sometimes one might forget one's own pass code, or may even accidentally lock the back-up keys in the safe! What can you do when you can't open your own digital safe? Well, many of the lower end safes can be 'bounced' open. The trick is to gently drop the safe on a surface, like a table, and simultaneously turn the knob. The Livehacker site gives detailed instructions, and includes a video, on how to accomplish this.
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If the lock is not digital, then use a stethoscope and listen to the tumblers for a variance in the sound they make as they rotate in the body of the lock. Once ...
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