Methods of entry

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Methods of entry

A 'method of entry refers to a means by which the physical security of a container (a building, room, safe, etc.) can be defeated. In general, methods of entry are separated between those that are destructive and non-destructive, where non-destructive methods leave the container and all physical security mechanisms on/in it undamaged and functional from the end-user point of view.

Common methods of entry

Some methods of entry vary widely in the amount of forensic evidence they leave behind, making them both covert and surreptitious based on the specifics of the physical security mechanisms, entry tools, and entry techniques used.

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