Mordssicherer Hotel-Tresor

by Volker Weber

Ich habe da mal was gedreht. Die andere Hand gehört Dr. Christoph Wegener, Sicherheitsexperte.

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Das hatten wir schon vor zehn Jahren in einem Hotel in LA: Meine Freundin hatte den Safe eingestellt und sich wohl vertippt. Und der Mitarbeiter am Counter: "Mit 1234 kommt man immer rein".

Erik Schmidt - de Smidt, 2013-06-14 11:34

Das ist wie vor ein paar Jahren mit den Telekom Routern...

Thomas Köster, 2013-06-14 13:46

Danke für die Aufklärung, ich bin gewarnt.

Ingo Seifert, 2013-06-14 14:16

Sollte der Safe von der Firma Atlas sein, dann findet man den Mastercode hier in der Bedienungsanleitung auf der Webseite des Herstellers: http://www.atlas-tresore.com/media/files/Bedienungsanleitung-Hotelsafe%20Modell%20HT%202.pdf

Franz Mattes, 2013-06-14 15:00

Ohne Worte!

Moritz Petersen, 2013-06-14 18:22

Ist nicht wirklich neu, aber trotzdem ein schönes Beispiel für Dein Arbeitsfeld "bullshit detection".

Axel Koerv, 2013-06-14 21:49

Ach ja, die ach so sicheren Hotel-Safes. Das lese ich immer wieder und konnte es vor ein paar Jahren auch selbst schon mal ausprobieren. Bleibt ja noch die Hoffnung, dass ausgerechnet die potentiellen Langfinger nicht Bescheid wissen über einen Sachverhalt, der immer öffentlicher wird. ;)

Daniel Haferkorn, 2013-06-22 08:04

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