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3 drunk hackers walk up to a parking house.

The postal key doesn't get them in anymore.

There's now an electronic lock with a numeric combination.

There's an information poster above the keypad, telling customers where on their subscription card their custom access code is.

There's an example card on the poster with an example code: 124567

*Drunk hacker keys in 124567*

*door buzzes open*

Drunk hackers:

Bonus round: Roof access was via doors that don't have a proper door handle on the inside.

Door wasn't locked, had like 2cm of air between frame and door allowing for easy use of a chopstick to just push back the latch bolt.

3 drunk hackers on the roof. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

@phryk What did they expect, "Access Denied! This incident had been reported!" ? . . .

@amiloradovsky The expectation was probably that people from a security company aren't stupid enough to just print a valid access code directly onto the device. :P

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