Giveaway: Hacker Stickers Covert Ops Bundle

By: on March 03, 2014

Become a master of stealth and intrigue...or just drive your co-workers nuts and gain illicit access to the rooftop of your office building. Enter to win a bundle of budding spy and covert ops gear from Hacker Stickers (a $200+ value)!

Prize package includes:

  • 1 x Sparrows Uncuff Links
  • 1 x Southord 17-piece lock pick set
  • 1 x KeyLlama keystroke recorder
  • 1x DEF CON Big Shotts shot glass

This giveaway is open to all residents, US & international.

About the Hacker Stickers Covert Ops Bundle

Uncuff Links. Sparrows, peddler of lock picks and other Houdini-style tomfoolery, makes these wrist adornments to inconspicuously incorporate a universal handcuff key into business and evening attire. In an elegant display of dual function and synergy, the concealed uncuffers will both open almost all standard handcuff locks, and keep all French shirt cuffs neatly secured.

Southord PXS-17 Lock Pick Set. The say it's one of the finest available. A rugged zippered leather case protects everything you'll need to pick any pin-tumbler lock. Includes a precision metal cast, interchangeable alloy handle.

KeyLlama Hardware Keystroke Recorder. Connect this sneaky USB drive to any Windows, Linux, or Mac computer and log every keystroke typed on the accompanying keyboard. Its 4 MB of memory will hold up to 2,000 pages of pure text. No software is required for installation--just plug and go--and compatibility spans all USB keyboards, including those that are wireless. The KeyLlama also has 64-bit encryption to keep the data it records secure. You know, so you can be the only one to steal it.

As an alternative to shady activities, the keystroke recorder can also be used by its owner to back up work. Hacker Stickers notes it's a great option for students concerned about a computer crash, plus people using a public computer or typing lengthy, apologetic emails to their now-ex-girlfriends using the shoddy WiFi at a decrepit Bangkok hotel. If I hadn't lost that connection and my 682 groveling words, we might still be together.... What's that, Cornelius? Oh. Yeah, I guess. My friend Cornelius says that if I hadn't made out with those Australian girls behind some large rocks on a Phuket beach that one night when my girlfriend had food poisoning we might still be together too. But it wasn't my fault! I was confused. I'd had some drinks and they looked exactly like her. Both of them.

Official DEF CON Big Shotts Shot Glass. Celebrate your clandestine successes...or drown the sorrows of your failures...at the end of every mission with a shot of the good stuff from your Big Shotts 30mm shooter.

Hacker Stickers Covert Ops Bundle Giveaway Entry Instructions

To register, click here and fill out the Hacker Stickers Covert Ops Bundle Giveaway entry form. Or, if you're already a member of DudeIWantThat.com, when the magic entry form button appears, just click it to enter.

Giveaway prize includes: 1 x Sparrows Uncuff Links; 1 x Southord 17-piece lock pick set; 1 x KeyLlama keystroke recorder; and 1x DEF CON Big Shotts shot glass ($200+ value).

The Hacker Stickers Covert Ops Bundle Giveaway entry period is open through 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, March 9, 2014. Our drawn winner will be contacted by email within 48 hours of the entry period's conclusion, and will have 24 hours to respond and claim his/her prize. (Should we not hear back from a drawn winner in the specified time period, a new winner will be drawn and contacted.) Winners should allow up to 3 weeks for prize delivery.

This giveaway is open to all residents, US & international.

Get Hacker Stickers Gear Now

On a mission that can't be left to the odds of a random drawing? Head over to the Hacker Stickers Website at your leisure to purchase any of the Covert Ops bundle items individually, plus peruse the bounty of additional spy and DEF CON gear the company sells. Uncuff Links currently sell for $59, the 17-piece lock pick set $60, the KeyLlama $60, and the Big Shotts glasses $25 apiece.

Hacker Stickers Covert Ops Bundle Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to Gavan O. of Grosse Pointe Woods, MI, winner of the Covert Ops Bundle! Thanks to all entrants, and be sure to check the Dude homepage for your chance to enter Dude's latest giveaway.

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