so ive been working on a couple of safes, and found this.
>the fuck kinda key....?
not necessarily. it could be a access key for the safe. newer safes have these electronic keys you put into a slot or they have some you just touch the side of it to a plate like a RFID reader and access the safe.
makes sense if OP found it while working on a safe
Clearly it isn't, because that's not USB's pin arrangement, and it's not got the different pin lengths that USB has so it can hotplug.
It's almost certainly a master key for a safe that locks with either a user-settable combination or a credit-card reader.
When your guest locks the credit card they locked the safe with in the safe, you show up with this key, pop open a cover on the front panel, and slide it in.
Some security lock ( old '90 ) type.
Or old Canal+ or other cable TV
In Europe CANAL+ analog cable decoders has key similar to this.
Feel like this would make a great movie premise, some guy working on safes (btw what kind of fucking work?) finds a master key.
>anon did you happen to see the master key to the safe you were working on? Think I left it inside.
>......Nawh dude didn't see anything
>alright well keep an eye out anon
>..........Alright let me know if you need more work done in the future
>anon starts ransacking safes with little success
>finds more keys/steals keys/steals safes/I don't know I'm not a play write
>eventually gets caught
If anyone makes a movie out of it say it was inspired by "anonymous online poster", and I'll know.
And if you want to tell me how bad this post was, don't, I've already dissapointed myself
Hey , you are very lucky to find this. I worked hotel maintenance and these are the key to reset the combo on those little hotel safes. I had to use them all the time when tourists would forget their combo.