Chesapeake & Midlantic | 07/14/14 03:27pm
That's nothing, I heard that there's places you can go and copy keys! Like, physical bits of metal ground in an exact replication of your key! Is there no level these unethical people will stoop to?
I have a key cutter that belonged to my father. You can buy them by the dozen on the net.
IPVMU Certified | 02/02/15 08:18pm
Just because its unethical it doesnt rule out that people will do it.
In fact, those that do it anyway are probably more along the lines of who you should worry about.
Is it unethical to copy keys? Even ones that say don't duplicate. I'd have to say it's not unethical. If you own that key and are able to duplicate by any means, ethical or not everyone's going to do it
Now they make keymark, medico and primus keys that can't be duplicated unless it's by an authorized vendor. Illegally duplicating one of these keys would be unethical because you would need to aquire laser cut blank, perhaps without the keyholders authorization.
That same reference goes hand in hand with prox and mifare EV1 / iClass SE cards with corporate 1000 or Aptiq equivalent.