Now readily available on Github, anyone with access to a 3D printer has the ability to download and create their very own TSA master keys, enabling them to open any TSA-recognized lock around the globe. This tool was made possible thanks to The Washington Post posting an image of TSA master keys in 2014.
OMG, it's actually working!!! pic.twitter.com/rotJPJqjTg— Bernard Bolduc (@bernard) September 9, 2015
In comes Github user Xyl2k, using the published image in order to duplicate these real-life keys on a computer, releasing the final STereoLithography (STL) files to the world. If you're wondering about the legitimacy of this 3d-printed project, Bernard Bolduc, a security researcher, tried it for himself and it worked without fault - check the Twitter post above.
We certainly don't encourage breaking into anyone's baggage at home or abroad, however, we do suggest you purchase a new style lock as soon as possible.