HW News - Corsair AIO Recall, 5nm Process, My "Handle Most Things" Tool 2 days ago   16:30

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This week's hardware news talks about a Corsair CLC/AIO recall, TSMC 5nm process progress, Intel's 56-core CPU, and more.
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Corsair is recalling one lot (fewer than 1%) of its Platinum closed-loop liquid coolers due to a known leak. This issue isn't widespread, fortunately, but owners of affected coolers should respond to the recall.

TSMC is working on risk production of its 5nm process and already has some customer designs being made on the new node. More news to follow.

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Host: Steve Burke
Editorial: Eric Hamilton
Video: Keegan Gallick

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My "Handle Most Things" Tool HW News - Corsair AIO Recall, 5nm Process, 2 days ago   12:27

The latest in my "hacker gear" video series, this video showcases a little-seen kit of gear that tends to always live in the bottom of my suitcase whenever I'm traveling somewhere for work or for conferences. It's true that I keep my luggage very light if I'm bouncing off somewhere fun for a week, but if I'm on business travel for a conference (or even just visiting family, where there's a chance I'll have to repair or adjust something) then this kit can handle any basic problems that come up in the lock world.

Whether those tasks are entry-related or repair-related, chances are this kit has my needs covered. Think of it as a super micro lightweight version of the assortment of tools and gear that are in my company's field cases when we head out to penetration and covert entry target sites.

Like before, I'll do my best to put links in the description to most of the items you see here. These are just the tools that I think personally work well for *me* but they might not exactly be what's best for you. Take any inspiration you want, discard anything you don't like, and get past whatever obstacles come your way!

Wera screwdriver

Wiha tiny screwdriver

Tamper Torx

Traveler Hook

Adams Rite wire

Peterson Mini Knives


Piano Wire

Tiny Magnets

Magnetic Viewing Film

Magnetic Search Pole

Door Shims

Flat Gaff Tape

Gerber Multitool

Good luck on finding FILM but all credit to @blesstheinfosec for this tactic


Jamb Pins

Schlage amazing follower

UV Powder

Impression Grip
homemade from a Wiha handle, given to me by a German lockpicker

Tubular Pick