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= Door =
 
= Door =
  
A '''door''' is a moveable barrier used to cover an opening. Doors are used widely and are found in walls or partitions of a building or space, furniture such as cupboards, cages, vehicles, and containers. A door can be opened to give access and closed to prevent access using a combination of [[Bolt|bolts]], latches, and [[locks]].
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A '''door''' is a movable barrier used to cover an opening. Doors are used widely and are found in walls or partitions of a building or space, furniture such as cupboards, cages, vehicles, and containers. A door can be opened to give access and closed to prevent access using a combination of [[Bolt|bolts]], latches, and [[locks]].
  
 
In the context of phsyical security, doors are a key point of attack for buildings, rooms, and secure containers, such as [[Safe|safes]]. Doors are commonly compromised with [[destructive entry]] or [[bypass]], and the locks used on the doors themselves are subject to various forms of [[Lock#Compromise_of_Locks|compromise]].
 
In the context of phsyical security, doors are a key point of attack for buildings, rooms, and secure containers, such as [[Safe|safes]]. Doors are commonly compromised with [[destructive entry]] or [[bypass]], and the locks used on the doors themselves are subject to various forms of [[Lock#Compromise_of_Locks|compromise]].

Latest revision as of 12:45, 8 February 2012

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A door is a movable barrier used to cover an opening. Doors are used widely and are found in walls or partitions of a building or space, furniture such as cupboards, cages, vehicles, and containers. A door can be opened to give access and closed to prevent access using a combination of bolts, latches, and locks.

In the context of phsyical security, doors are a key point of attack for buildings, rooms, and secure containers, such as safes. Doors are commonly compromised with destructive entry or bypass, and the locks used on the doors themselves are subject to various forms of compromise.

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