Protecting Yourself Against Keyless Entry Hacking

Posted on: 21 September 2016

Cars have gotten more complex and sophisticated throughout the years. Unfortunately, car thieves are becoming just as sophisticated and technologically savvy. Criminals are now using the same technology a growing number of car owners rely on for convenience to break into and even steal vehicles. If your vehicle is equipped with a keyless entry system, then you'll want to know how you can protect yourself against this threat. Understanding the Tools of the Trade [Read More]

Food Pantry Protection: Four Methods To Keep Valuables Hidden

Posted on: 11 January 2016

When potential criminals enter your home, they are likely looking for valuables like gold, jewelry, and electronics. One place that is rarely raided is the kitchen. The food pantry in your home is a great place to store valuables, keep them hidden, and add extra protection. Along with deterring criminals, proper food pantry security can help keep pets and dogs away from items in the home. By using the following four protection methods, you can properly protect a food pantry and any valuables that you may keep inside. [Read More]

What Should You Do if You Can't Open Your Safe?

Posted on: 22 July 2015

If you've recently cleaned out a deceased relative's house and happened upon a locked safe during the process, or simply forgot the combination to your own safe, you may be wondering whether you'll be able to crack this safe yourself. Movies and television shows can make this process look simple. However, the actual process can be a bit more daunting and complex. Read on for a few ways you may be able to open a locked safe, as well as when you'll need to consult a professional locksmith. [Read More]

Four Tips For Making Your Gunsafe More Safe

Posted on: 21 July 2015

The general consensus among gun owners is that when guns are not in use, they should be stored in a gun safe that is locked and out of the way. This helps to prevent accidents where guns are dropped or where children find them and play with them. However, just because your guns are in a safe, does not necessarily mean that they are safe. Here are some ways to make sure that your gun safe does as much as possible to keep your guns safe from others and others safe from guns. [Read More]