September 17, 2015 AT 5:00 am

TSA Master keys #3DThursday #3DPrinting

tsa keys

Xyl2k shares:

Recently, pictures of TSA master baggage keys got leaked by the Washington Post, this is a reproduction attempt. Security researchers have long warned of the dangers of using master-keyed locks.

[!] Important: This set of keys haven’t been tested, at least i tried to be accurate from the pictures of @darksim905 those 3D models are here for key collectors only, not intended to be put on a lock.

Alright seem to work on real TSA locks don’t abuse of that and have fun 🙂

download the files on: https://github.com/Xyl2k/TSA-Travel-Sentry-master-keys

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