Tamper proof tools

From: Gray McDonald <graymc_at_carolina.rr.com>
Date: Wed Jan 29 19:39:00 2003

Go down to sears and get a screw removal kit. You drill out part of the
head and then use a reverse threaded bit to turn the screw. There's also a
newer style that doesn't require the drill out. You can then replace them
with "normal" screws later on.

-----Original Message-----
From: cctech-admin_at_classiccmp.org [mailto:cctech-admin_at_classiccmp.org] On
Behalf Of Sue & Francois
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 12:20 AM
To: cctalk_at_classiccmp.org
Subject: Re: Tamper proof tools

Thank you for the answer,
I have that set and unfortunately there is no bit that fits those weird
screws. It looks like a hex nut driver would work on those star shaped
screws but I can't find my set at the moment.
I'm still looking for the proper tool though

----- Original Message -----
From: "Truthan,Larry" <truthanl_at_oclc.org>
To: <cctalk_at_classiccmp.org>
Sent: Monday, January 27, 2003 12:52 PM
Subject: Tamper proof tools

> http://www.mcmelectronics.com/Home/level_5.jhtml?PRODID=9629&SKUID=8874
> Above is a set of tamper proof bits At MCM electronics. Dayton OH
> web-store.
> 30 Piece Security Screwdriver Insert Bit Kit
> This is a complete set of security bits for all of those difficult service
> applications, such as IBM PS/2 monitors, cable boxes, telephone equipment
> and many others.
> Kit contains: 5/64", 3/32", 7/64", 1/8", 9/64", 5/32" security hex keys;
> T10, T15, T20, T25, T27, T30, T35, T40 security torx bits; #6, #8, #10
> set bits; #4, #6, #8, #10 spanners; #1, #2, #3, #4 tri-wings, bit holder,
> 1/4" socket adaptor, 7-1/2" magnetic handle and plastic carrying case.
> Larry Truthan
> Digest subscriber
> Dublin OH USA
Received on Wed Jan 29 2003 - 19:39:00 GMT

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