Lockpicking Workshops at Hacklab – July 5 2015

by on Jun.28, 2015, under Uncategorized

A set of lockpicks and practice locksLockpicking is a fun and unusual skill, and can help people get a better grasp of their physical security situation. Come to one of Hacklab’s two lockpicking workshops and learn a skill which is applicable for physical/digital security experts, security-minded home-owners, and anyone who wants to survive the zombie apocalypse!

DSC00005_smallHacklab is running two Lockpicking workshops on July 5; the first running from 2pm until 4pm, and the second running from 5pm until 7pm. This event is open to all ages and all interested parties. Free signup at EventBrite is mandatory — there are only 5 spots available at each workshop. This event is Pay-What-You-Can, with a suggested donation of $10 or more to help us keep the lights on. Nobody will be turned away for lack of funds.

If you don’t get a ticket, don’t worry: we’ll be running this workshop again soon!

Signup for Lockpicking Workshop #1 or #2 at Eventbrite

2 Comments for this entry

  • Ayden RannI

    Where did you guys get your lock picking kit from?
    I am looking at getting some because I enjoyed when I visited you guys a year or two ago.

  • Nicholas D

    Hi Ayden,

    The lockpicks we use come from Lockpicks.com, and are Southord brand stainless steel picks. Southord makes a very nice starter set, the MPXS-11, which you can pick up for under $50.

    Please make sure that wherever you are, if you order lockpicks that you’re observing all applicable laws.


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