For as long as memory serves, following the smokers helped identify access control weaknesses and hiding spots around a campus or building. Today a new trick was learned while conducting a security risk assessment at a school. If you follow the kids, in this case a group of 10 year old boys, you’ll undoubtedly find “alternative” ways into a school. In this instance, a 10 year old was able to open a door that was supposed to be secured via a cipher keypad and magnetic lock. With as much force as he could muster (keep in mind, he’s 10), he successfully opened the door without entering a valid code. This little trick may be good for the kids, but not so good for protecting them.