1. *What is Terminal Cornucopia?*

    In the process of flying around to various security conferences in the years leading up to 2013, I became more and more anxious to answer a question that had been burning for quite some time: Could a hypothetical attacker create deadly weapons using only items sold (or made freely available) in airport terminals AFTER the TSA security checkpoint? As it turns out, yes... very much so.

    The videos in this series are the results of that security research, which I lovingly call, "Terminal Cornucopia."

    *What if terrorists see this?!*

    That’s a great question. An even better question is: What if they already know all this? All of these findings have been reported to the Department of Homeland Security (TSA) to help them better detect these types of threats. Furthermore, the next time you fly, you’ll be flying as a more informed consumer (and taxpayer, possibly) — one who is more equipped to demand better, more appropriate airport security.

    *Should I try any of this at home?*

    Building and testing improvised weapons in a safe manner requires experience with unconventional materials, lots of patience, and a LOT of time considering how to keep yourself safe throughout the whole process. If you don't have those things, don't build improvised weapons. If you do, go for it. That decision (and subsequent consequences) belong to you and you alone.

    For additional information, visit: http://terminalcornucopia.com.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly via Twitter (direct messages are open): https://twitter.com/evanbooth.

    Music is Pavane Opus 50 by Gabriel Fauré (used with permission)

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  2. *What is Terminal Cornucopia?*

    In the process of flying around to various security conferences in the years leading up to 2013, I became more and more anxious to answer a question that had been burning for quite some time: Could a hypothetical attacker create deadly weapons using only items sold (or made freely available) in airport terminals AFTER the TSA security checkpoint? As it turns out, yes... very much so.

    The videos in this series are the results of that security research, which I lovingly call, "Terminal Cornucopia."

    *What if terrorists see this?!*

    That’s a great question. An even better question is: What if they already know all this? All of these findings have been reported to the Department of Homeland Security (TSA) to help them better detect these types of threats. Furthermore, the next time you fly, you’ll be flying as a more informed consumer (and taxpayer, possibly) — one who is more equipped to demand better, more appropriate airport security.

    *Should I try any of this at home?*

    Building and testing improvised weapons in a safe manner requires experience with unconventional materials, lots of patience, and a LOT of time considering how to keep yourself safe throughout the whole process. If you don't have those things, don't build improvised weapons. If you do, go for it. That decision (and subsequent consequences) belong to you and you alone.

    For additional information, visit: http://terminalcornucopia.com.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly via Twitter (direct messages are open): https://twitter.com/evanbooth.

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  3. *What is Terminal Cornucopia?*

    In the process of flying around to various security conferences in the years leading up to 2013, I became more and more anxious to answer a question that had been burning for quite some time: Could a hypothetical attacker create deadly weapons using only items sold (or made freely available) in airport terminals AFTER the TSA security checkpoint? As it turns out, yes... very much so.

    The videos in this series are the results of that security research, which I lovingly call, "Terminal Cornucopia."

    *What if terrorists see this?!*

    That’s a great question. An even better question is: What if they already know all this? All of these findings have been reported to the Department of Homeland Security (TSA) to help them better detect these types of threats. Furthermore, the next time you fly, you’ll be flying as a more informed consumer (and taxpayer, possibly) — one who is more equipped to demand better, more appropriate airport security.

    *Should I try any of this at home?*

    Building and testing improvised weapons in a safe manner requires experience with unconventional materials, lots of patience, and a LOT of time considering how to keep yourself safe throughout the whole process. If you don't have those things, don't build improvised weapons. If you do, go for it. That decision (and subsequent consequences) belong to you and you alone.

    For additional information, visit: http://terminalcornucopia.com.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly via Twitter (direct messages are open): https://twitter.com/evanbooth.

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  4. *What is Terminal Cornucopia?*

    In the process of flying around to various security conferences in the years leading up to 2013, I became more and more anxious to answer a question that had been burning for quite some time: Could a hypothetical attacker create deadly weapons using only items sold (or made freely available) in airport terminals AFTER the TSA security checkpoint? As it turns out, yes... very much so.

    The videos in this series are the results of that security research, which I lovingly call, "Terminal Cornucopia."

    *What if terrorists see this?!*

    That’s a great question. An even better question is: What if they already know all this? All of these findings have been reported to the Department of Homeland Security (TSA) to help them better detect these types of threats. Furthermore, the next time you fly, you’ll be flying as a more informed consumer (and taxpayer, possibly) — one who is more equipped to demand better, more appropriate airport security.

    *Should I try any of this at home?*

    Building and testing improvised weapons in a safe manner requires experience with unconventional materials, lots of patience, and a LOT of time considering how to keep yourself safe throughout the whole process. If you don't have those things, don't build improvised weapons. If you do, go for it. That decision (and subsequent consequences) belong to you and you alone.

    For additional information, visit: http://terminalcornucopia.com.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly via Twitter (direct messages are open): https://twitter.com/evanbooth.

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  5. *What is Terminal Cornucopia?*

    In the process of flying around to various security conferences in the years leading up to 2013, I became more and more anxious to answer a question that had been burning for quite some time: Could a hypothetical attacker create deadly weapons using only items sold (or made freely available) in airport terminals AFTER the TSA security checkpoint? As it turns out, yes... very much so.

    The videos in this series are the results of that security research, which I lovingly call, "Terminal Cornucopia."

    *What if terrorists see this?!*

    That’s a great question. An even better question is: What if they already know all this? All of these findings have been reported to the Department of Homeland Security (TSA) to help them better detect these types of threats. Furthermore, the next time you fly, you’ll be flying as a more informed consumer (and taxpayer, possibly) — one who is more equipped to demand better, more appropriate airport security.

    *Should I try any of this at home?*

    Building and testing improvised weapons in a safe manner requires experience with unconventional materials, lots of patience, and a LOT of time considering how to keep yourself safe throughout the whole process. If you don't have those things, don't build improvised weapons. If you do, go for it. That decision (and subsequent consequences) belong to you and you alone.

    For additional information, visit: http://terminalcornucopia.com.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly via Twitter (direct messages are open): https://twitter.com/evanbooth.

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For additional information, visit: http://terminalcornucopia.com.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly via Twitter (direct messages are open): https://twitter.com/evanbooth.

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