VIDEO FILES MASTER LISTING

The following video files are contained within LSS+ Version 2007. The disks are color coded by security level:

 

GREEN: PUBLIC

YELLOW: LOCKSMITH

RED: GOVERNMENT

BLUE: ALARMS (GOVERNMENT)

ORANGE: DAME (Defense Against Methods of Entry)

 

Security Level 1: LSS100 GROUP

LSS101 

LSS101: Interview with Jeremy Bramah
LSS101: Ikon factory, Berlin, Germany: How locks are made. 
LSS101: Scanning electron microscope Part I: Michael Platek
LSS101: Scanning electron microscope Part II: Michael Platek
LSS101: Scanning electron microscope Part III: Michael Platek
LSS101: Discussion of safe design by Bill Sherlock.
LSS101: Discussion of the X-07 and X-08 with Joe Cortie

 

LSS102

 

LSS102: Bill Spence on Error Rates 

LSS102: Dave Engberg, CoreStreet, on Secure Credentials 

LSS102: Dave Engberg, CoreStreet, Smart Cards 

LSS102: Phil Libin, CoreStreet, on Secure Virtual Smart Card Networks 

LSS102: Bill Spence on a Comparison of Biometric Technologies 

LSS102: Bill Spence on Secondary Biometric Credentials 

LSS102: Bill Spence, Recognition Systems, Comparison of Biometric Devices

LSS102: Bill Spence on Implementation of Biometric Systems 

LSS102: Bill Spence on Vulnerabilities of Biometric Systems 

LSS102: Bill Spence on Criteria for Biometric Technologies 

LSS102: Bill Spence, Comparison of Fingerprint and Hand Geometry Systems 

LSS102: Bill Spence on Fingerprint Technology

LSS102: Dr. James Cambier, Iridian Iris Code Technology Briefing 

LSS102: Dr. James Cambier, Use of Iridian Iris Code System 

LSS102: Bill Spence on Hand Geometry Systems 

 

Security Level 2: LSS200 GROUP

LSS201

LSS201: Procedure for making keys with a clay mold. Courtesy of MSC.
LSS201: Making keys by silicone impression, Courtesy of MSC
LSS201: MSC Assortment of tension wrenches, courtesy of Mahmod Abu Shanab
LSS201: MSC "Sputnik" bypass tool, courtesy of MSC.
LSS201: MSC Lock Force tool, courtesy of MSC
LSS201: Forced entry tools produced by Sigma. Courtesy of Ian Bauchop.
LSS201: A primer on the burglary of safes, Courtesy of Bill Sherlock.
LSS201: Forensics and locks, Courtesy of Bill Sherlock.
LSS201: Mark Bates on Manipulation
LSS201: Mark Bates on the Soft Drill

LSS202

LSS202: Broco Thermic lance description and use, by Tom Joos.
LSS202: Steve Mattoon on the use of explosives to gain entry.
LSS202: Kaba-Ilco Quattrocode key machine, Courtesy of Steve Fish.
LSS202: The Ultracode key machine, Courtesy of Steve Fish.
LSS202: The Kaba-Ilco Triax key machine, Courtesy of Steve Fish.
LSS202: Kaba-Ilco RW2 Transponder system, Courtesy of Steve Fish.
LSS202: Forensic investigation and the locksmith, by Don Shiles
LSS202: The use of the "bump key" or "999" key, by Hans Mejlshede.
LSS202: Ross Anderson on smart card technology
LSS202: Ross Anderson on security engineering
LSS202: Ross Anderson on biometrics

LSS203

LSS203: The forensic investigation of locks and keys, by Hans Mejlshede.
LSS203: HPC BlueSHARK third generation key cutting machine.
LSS203: Rosengrens RKL10 assembly procedure
LSS203: Matt Blaze on shimming a cylinder to determine all pin segments
LSS203: Brian Chan on TMK extrapolation
LSS203: Harry Sher on the decoding of a top level master key
LSS203: Matt Blaze on the extrapolation of a top level master key
LSS203: Harry Sher on covert methods of entry
LSS203: Demonstration of the use of a loid, by MSC
LSS203: Demonstration of the MSC cross pick on a lock with four rows of tumblers
LSS203: Demonstration of the MSC electropick on a profile cylinder
LSS203: Easyentrie key machine demonstration
LSS203: MSC Acoustic picking tool demonstration

LSS204

LSS204: Owe Bengtsson on opening safes
LSS204: Owe Bengtsson introduction to opening safes
LSS204: Owe Bengtsson on the forced entry opening of safes
LSS204: Owe Bengtsson on the opening of high security safes
LSS204: Owe Bengtsson on picking lever locks and utilizing markings on the levers.
LSS204: Owe Bengtsson on picking the Kromer Convar lock
LSS204: Owe Bengtsson on picking the Kromer Novum lever lock
LSS204: Owe Bengtsson on picking the Stuv lever lock.
LSS204: Owe Bengtsson on opening the Rosengrens ABN1 lever lock.
LSS204: Owe Bengtsson on opening the Rosengrens RKL10 high security lever lock
LSS204: MSC Sputnik II with audio probe
LSS204: Harry Sher on picking axial pin tumbler locks
LSS204: Brian Chan on the use of system keys.
LSS204: Brian Chan on positive and negative locking.
LSS204: Brian Chan on lubrication of locks
LSS204: Brian Chan on the Sequence of Progression
LSS204: Brian Chan on assumptions regarding master keying
LSS204: Brian Chan discussing old style master keying and pinning.
LSS204: Brian Chan on the disassembly of a lock and derivation of the TMK
LSS204: Brian Chan discussing the pinning of a Best IC lock
LSS204: Brian Chan on master keying rules
LSS204: Brian Chan discussing balanced drivers
LSS204: Demonstration of the Keyway King, by Greg Brandt

LSS205

LSS205: Gale Johnson on key codes

LSS205: Shimming open a ratchet mechanism

LSS205: Opening TSA-Approved locks

LSS205: Frequency characteristics of RFID

LSS205: Easy Entrie Instructions

LSS205: Easy Entrie PC

LSS205: Matt Blaze Master Keying

LSS205: Chuck Murray on Keys

LSS205: Forced Entry UK

LSS205: Prime Cut Tactical Manual

LSS205: Interlocking strike  

LSS205: Bump Key Demonstration by Barry Wels, April 27, 2005, Dutch Television

LSS205: Harry Sher on safe lock servicing basics

LSS205: Bumping open the Kaba Peaks

LSS205: Opening locks by bumping in five seconds or less: Is it really a threat to physical security?

LSS205: Legal Issues involving bumping in the United States

LSS205: Discussion of bump keys by Barry Wels, May 24, 2006, Part I  

LSS205: Discussion and demonstration of bump keys by Barry Wels, May 24, 2006 Part II  

LSS205: Dolev anti-bumping technology

LSS205: Forced entry of cylinders: drilling

LSS205: Forced entry of cylinders: pulling

LSS205: H&M Mul-T-Lock Decoder instructions

LSS205: Bianchi Versa key machine

LSS205:  Bianchi Laser 994 key machine

LSS206

 

LSS206: Opening the LeFebure 7300 by Phil Shearer

LSS206: Opening the LeFebure 7700 by Phil Shearer

LSS206: Opening the Diebold 175-40 by Phil Shearer

LSS206: Opening the Diebold 175-70 by Phil Shearer

LSS206: Opening the LaGard 2200 by Phil Shearer

 

Security Level 3: LSS300 GROUP

LSS301

LSS301: Foil impressioning system, by John Falle
LSS301: Abus decoder, by John Falle
LSS301: European lever lock decoder, by John Falle
LSS301: Ford Galaxy decoding system, by John Falle

LSS302

LSS302: Medeco lock decoding system, by John Falle
LSS302: Universal pin lock decoder, by John Falle
LSS302: European lever lock pick, by John Falle
LSS302: Axira lock decoding system, by John Falle
LSS302: BMW lock decoder system, by John Falle

LSS303

LSS303: Analysis of bypass techniques, by John Falle
LSS303: Pin and cam system for CISA and other European locks, by John Falle
LSS303: BiLock decoder system, by John Falle
LSS303: Abloy decoder system, by John Falle
LSS303: Universal pin and cam system, by John Falle

LSS304

LSS304: Universal belly reader system, by John Falle
LSS304: Key turning system for lever locks, by John Falle
LSS304: DOM Diamond decoder and pick system, by John Falle.
LSS304: DOM Dimple foil impressioning system, by John Falle
LSS304: Chubb AVA pick and decoder system, by John Falle

LSS305

LSS305: EVVA 3KS pick and decoder system, by John Falle
LSS305: Pin lock decoder system with pin and cam technology, by John Falle.

 

Security Level 3: LSS400 ALARMS GROUP

LSS401

LSS401: E Field protection
LSS401: Buried Cable sensors
LSS401: Fence alarm system
LSS401: Microwave sensor systems
LSS401: Outside passive infrared sensors
LSS401: Photoelectric sensors
LSS401: Thermal imaging and sensing
LSS401: Video logging and capture systems
LSS401: Alarm contact devices, including magnetic switches
LSS401: Discussion regarding pressure mats
LSS401: Embedded screen wires
LSS401: Alarm foil 
LSS401: Grid wires in alarm systems
LSS401: Ribbon switch material as a sensor

LSS402

LSS402: Shock sensors for glass break detection
LSS402: Other types of shock detection sensors
LSS402: Trip wires in alarm systems
LSS402: Alarm monitoring systems
LSS402 Defeat techniques for different sensor technologies
LSS402: Glass break sensors and how they work
LSS402: Issues with microwave sensors
LSS402: Alarm sounders and notification devices
LSS402: Ultrasonic alarm sensors
LSS402: Proximity sensor technology
LSS402: Alarm defeat methods for dual technology devices
LSS402: Passive infrared sensor technology

LSS403

LSS403: Fiber optic fence sensors
LSS403: Shock sensors utilized to protect fences
LSS403: Magnetic point sensors
LSS403: Dual technology devices utilized in outside environments
LSS403: Ross Anderson on alarm system monitoring
LSS403: Magnasphere technology
LSS403: DOE on perimeter sensors and their defeat
LSS403: DOE on alarm assessment
LSS403: DOE on sensor technology
LSS403: DOE on layers exterior protection
LSS403: DOE on a typical plan of attack on a facility
LSS403: Defeat of magnetic switches, including BMS

 

Security Level 2: LSS500 DAME GROUP

 

LSS501

LSS501: Adjustable drill template

LSS501: Axial lock picks

LSS501: Bypass by rapping

LSS501: Bypass by retainer attack

LSS501: Bypass of mortise cylinders

LSS501: Bypass using a straight knife

LSS501: Bypassing the Simplex and other push button locks

LSS501: Decoding of master keys

LSS501: Disassembling profile cylinders

LSS501: Discussion regarding pick sets-II

LSS501: Drilling the Adams-Rite for wire insertion

LSS501: European profile breaking tool

LSS501: European profile cylinders

LSS501: Fiber optic light source

LSS501: Garage door bypass

LSS501: Harry Sher on computers for locksmiths

LSS501: High security car opening tools

LSS501: Introduction to covert entry

LSS501: Lock bumping

LSS501: Mul-t-Lock analysis for pick resistance

LSS501: Opening the American padlock series 2000

LSS501: Opening the Schlage F-Line

LSS501: Picking the Mul-t-Lock with the H&M Pick tool

LSS501: Scoping the change key hole

LSS501: The Ben-Jim opening tool

LSS501: The Peterson Mfg. plug spinner

LSS501: Thumb-turn tool for opening doors

LSS501: Tryout keys and their use

LSS501: Under door open tool to access door knob

LSS501: Understanding Ratchet mechanisms

 

LSS502

 LSS502: A discussion regarding borescopes

 LSS502: Bypass of the Adams-Rite lock set

 LSS502: Bypassing a lock with a magnetic field

 LSS502: Bypassing the Presto lock

 LSS502: Bypassing the Schlage Everest

 LSS502: Decoding a lever lock by measuring lever height

 LSS502: Determinator pick for vehicle locks

 LSS502: Discussion regarding pick sets, the Wafer Breaker and Everest tension wrenches

 LSS502: Drill and pick technique for a Milner safe

 LSS502: Drill and pick technique for opening lever locks

LSS502: Interchangeable Core -1

LSS502: Interchangeable Core -2

LSS502: Introduction to Defense Against Methods of Entry

 LSS502: Locksmiths use specialized tools from other professions

 LSS502: Manipulation aid: Mike Madden electronic sensor

 LSS502: Manipulation aids, general discussion

 LSS502: Mechanical bypass of locks

 LSS502: Methods of obtaining a key or its code

 LSS502: Opening a lock by nose pulling

 LSS502: Opening the "Club" wafer lock

 LSS502: Opening the American Padlock

LSS502: Opening the Weslock

 LSS502: Picking a Diebold 175-70 lever lock

LSS502: Picking the Chrysler eight wafer lock

LSS502: Removing a mortise cylinder by shearing the set screw

 LSS502: Retainer pin attacks on key-in-knob locks using the lever pull technique

 LSS502: S&G M6730MP manipulation-proof lock

 LSS502: Security for vehicle locks

 LSS502: Theory of manipulation of a combination lock

LSS502:  Picking the Chrysler eight wafer lock