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Nothing like a little grand larceny to stir up an otherwise sleepy morning. Apparently, and we're basing this on a video found on a German website and this may or may not be news, but you can pop open a Kensington laptop lock with a bit of cardboard and the help of a Teutonic fellow in a 2600 T-shirt.

Obviously, this knowledge should be used for good, not evil. As we saw from Kryptonite's quick turnaround with their bike locks, this should teach Kensington—and others out there mildly interested in security and the securing of objects to desks and the like—that the world is full of smart young men and women who are able to solve the darnedest of problems and that QA is really the wave of the future.


How to Defeat Laptop Locks [what tian has learned]