Professional Security Penetration Tools
Hardware for Safecrackers
With five hundred pounds of suction, this suction-mount holds safe-drilling rigs quite well to a wide variety of safes. It is designed for use with either of the following drill rigs: the Lockmasters Magnum Bullet or the StrongArm Mini-Rig.
I no longer manufacture this tool for sale, but professional safe technicians can either make their own or buy the StrongArm Mini-Vac, which is similar.
Free Safe-lock Software
Safe and vault work can be aided greatly by the use of appropriate software. The TSH Web-app Collection consists of two free web-applications developed by The Safe House for use by professional safecrackers and safe-technicians. If you have a strong knowledge of safe and vault locks, you should be able to use these applications easily. You can run them online or, alternatively, download the .ZIP archive for off-line use.
Free Cryptographic Software
If you're in need of strong encryption software that is fast and free, then CIPHERSABER is for you. Designed by Arnold Reinhold, it incorporates Ron Rivest's well-known ARC4 stream-cipher algorithm — an lgorithm which, since its introduction in 1987, has worked surprisingly well considering its simplicity. Among other enhancements, CipherSaber improves upon ARC4 by applying a random 10-byte initialization-vector to each message's encryption. This drastically improves the security and usability of the algorithm without sacrificing its speed, efficiency, and simplicity.
Speed and efficiency are important because they allow CipherSaber to run well even within very low-cost devices. Simplicity in a crypto-system is desirable because it facilitates complete security analysis. If a system is too complex to be understood, then it is almost certainly insecure and may even contain intentional back-doors.
I've implemented the CIPHERSABER-2 algorithm in C. My implementation generates its initialization vectors using the ARC4 pseudo-random byte-stream generator (seeded with the current time, process ID, and memory location), thereby making the output both unique and indistinguishable from random noise. This helps to assure the security of your encrypted data and to hide the fact that you're using encryption software. (If some despotic ruler prohibits encryption or requires that you grant access to your data, then it will be advantageous to defy such bogus laws in secret.)
In the interest of promoting the availability of encryption technology world-wide, my CipherSaber is hereby placed in the public domain and is freely available for any use whatsoever. As far as I'm concerned, everyone everywhere has the right to unrestricted use of this software.
To learn more about the CipherSaber algorithm and how you can help save the world, see the CipherSaber home-page.