Locks Are Not Meant To Actually Protect Anything, Says TSA

Hackers released 3D printer files for TSA approved locks. A TSA spokesperson said:

“The reported ability to create keys for TSA-approved suitcase locks from a digital image does not create a threat to aviation security,” explained Mike England, the TSA spokesman in...

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