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Per Westermark
07/14/12 10:14
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#187939 - Never give access when locked
Responding to: Erik Malund's previous message
Erik Malund said:
would it be possible to have the access code in a socketed EEPROM and, when a customer calls with amnesia, send him a new EEPROM.

Erik

But what lock would allow a user access to the electronics, when the lock is in the locked state? If I can access the electronics, then I would probably prefer to just apply a voltage to that solenoid - at least if I was a bad guy wanting to gain entrance.

List of 13 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Password in EEPROM      Arif Deshmukh      07/13/12 17:29      
   Checksum      Per Westermark      07/13/12 21:29      
      8-digit code      Per Westermark      07/13/12 21:36      
         Master Code      Arif Deshmukh      07/13/12 22:35      
            So what does the requirements spec say?      Per Westermark      07/13/12 22:47      
            master codes ....      Erik Malund      07/14/12 01:12      
               This is a low-security lock - or no measly 4-digit PIN      Per Westermark      07/14/12 01:18      
                  language      Erik Malund      07/14/12 08:48      
                     just a thought      Erik Malund      07/14/12 09:09      
                        Never give access when locked      Per Westermark      07/14/12 10:14      
                     PIN + PUK      Per Westermark      07/14/12 10:11      
   The eeprom doesnt hold the password      Jez Smith      07/14/12 19:57      
      High/low security        Per Westermark      07/14/12 23:10      

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