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Modern Mom 14/09/26(Fri)00:14 No. 2339 ID: c9142f
2339

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Advanced Shoplifting - Anti-anti-theft edition

Featured Security Systems:
Alarmed boxes
Spider Wraps
Versalok
Pillars(sometimes called towers)
Hard Locks
Various RFID tags


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Modern Mom 14/09/26(Fri)00:30 No. 2340 ID: 6391e9
2340

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This is an Alpha Security alarm box model number AVM412B. An alarm box like this usually protects hard drives, blurays, memory sticks, or anything expensive that can fit inside.

It features a 96db alarm, too loud to muffle. The alarm is excited,(activated, turned on) by exit pillars or you attempt to open the box.

How to defeat alarm boxes:

I haven't been brave enough to try it, but I believe a well constructed booster bag(a Faraday Cage) can defeat this device. I have currently welding up a 1/4" aluminum box, magnetically sealed against a copper strip.

If anyone has experience stealing items locked in alarm boxes, please post how you did it.


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Modern Mom 14/09/26(Fri)01:07 No. 2341 ID: 75bd34

This is a Alpha Security 2Alarm Cablelok. It's pretty much the standard as far as cable alarms. You'll see this device hugging products that are too large to fit into alarm boxes. Like the alarm boxes, the alarm is excited by pillars. If you cut the cables, the alarm will go off. If you mess around with the cables, the alarm might go off. Just be careful.

How to defeat cable alarms:

Try not to use booster bags: Since cable alarms usually protect products that are physically large, it is likely that you cannot fit said product into a booster bag. Even if you did fit one inside, the alarm will likely still go off as you walk through the pillars. If you use a booster bag, you'll need at least 20 layers of aluminum foil.

Another way to defeat cable alarms is with neodymium magnets, or to use a purpose built key.
Neodymium: www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMwgwrCchFY

S3 key: http://www.amazon.com/Alpha-Key-Magnetic-detacher-Made/dp/B00CX0KDBG

It will take a little bit of time to detach the cables from the device. It would be difficult to detach the cables without looking suspicious. I suggest placing the item into a basket or cart and walking to a place without in the store without cameras or people, then detach the cables.


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Modern Mom 14/09/26(Fri)01:07 No. 2342 ID: 75bd34
2342

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Image of the cable alarm


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Modern Mom 14/09/26(Fri)01:08 No. 2343 ID: 75bd34
2343

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Image of the cable alarm


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Modern Mom 14/09/26(Fri)01:11 No. 2344 ID: 75bd34
2344

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This is an image of the Alpha S3 Detacher. It detaches cables alpha Spider wraps, Bottle tags,Display peg hooks,Safers,Stoplocks,2alarms,3alarms +.


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Modern Mom 14/09/26(Fri)17:31 No. 2349 ID: 58984d

first of all you are scum

second of all, its easier to find shit the lowly paid clerks just said fuck it- and didnt put security wraps on. Or did it improperly, too loose etc.

>>2340 for example,didnt buy the add on magnet you can stick to the bottom of it. Some might include that by default I dont know.

Also, businesses are cheap, alot of times the batteries die on these things, they wont beep etc, look to see how old the equipment is. Ive had these things just fall apart in my hands from casual use.

>>2342
these are easily unlucked, all you would need is a simple tool that could insert behind it and twist the simple latch on the back of it

Also, the towers at the front door make different pitched sounds. If you walk in with some neodymium magnet, it will make a different sound from if you carried some security device through it.


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Modern Mom 14/09/28(Sun)01:09 No. 2355 ID: 17b5c3

STOP RIGHT THERE Modern Mom SCUM


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Modern Mom 14/09/30(Tue)00:21 No. 2361 ID: 9491a9
2361

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These are bog standard security tags for clothes, there's 100's of different types and they all function the same.

Grab the pin and spin the body. With a little pressure separating the two it'll pop off in under a minute.


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Modern Mom 17/05/05(Fri)13:51 No. 3015 ID: 21de63

>>2361
Doesn't that just get ink everywhere though?



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