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Posted - 11 April 2006 :  13:49:43  Show Profile  Visit elitesecurity's Homepage  Reply with Quote
In a recent Motorcycle News article headlined: “MCN exclusively reveals how a £2 tool can crack 50% of bike locks in seconds”.

It was reported some locks with pin tumbler mechanisms could be opened using a method known as bump keying.

A member of the MLA (Master Locksmiths Association) has reassured Squire that the Squire SS65CS Stronghold padlock cylinder prevents attack by this 999 bump key method.

Squire’s technical department have carried out extensive testing into this method of attack and have no concerns, due to the fact that they were unable to open a single cylinder using this method.

Squire’s SS65CS cylinders have a technical feature incorporated into them designed to combat the 9,9,9, and 10,10,10 key bumping method.

The Squire SS65CS padlock has been used in conjunction with Almax security chains for over 5 years and they have said, “We can categorically state we have not had one motorcycle stolen using the key bumping method”.

The Squire padlock and the “Almax Immobiser Series chain” is still the best way of protecting you motorcycle so you don’t have move the bike into the kitchen, buy a big dog, yet another alarm for your bike, shed alarm or get the misses to sleep on your bike.

If you have any questions you would like to ask just drop us a line at Elite Security, Run by Bikers for Bikers.
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