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State of the art science, thrilling suspense, unforgettable characters. These are the true stories of a new wild west, where biology, physics, chemistry, and technology are tools of the outlaw trade. With complex security systems designed to stop the world's most nefarious criminal masterminds, a new Science Channel series goes inside amazing capers to unpack the high-tech arsenal used on both sides of the law. Each of the six, hour-long episodes, features cat and mouse escapades with science at the center, as it is used to hack our banks, museums, casinos, prisons and more. From the physics of defeating heat sensors, to the complex code that cracked thousands of ATMs, to the epic engineering that allowed El Chapo to escape his maximum security prison, Outlaw Tech takes us step by step through a battle royale of brilliant outlaw science versus cutting-edge security systems and tried and true investigation techniques.
A criminal mastermind breaches an highly-armed bank vault and steals over $100 million in jewels. A simple invention helps thieves make off with over $5 million in gold. When 500 luxury cars vanish, authorities uncover a high-tech hack worth $30 mil.
Go inside the incredible science and engineering that helped El Chapo escape from the most guarded prison in Mexico. In just 10 hours, $40 million disappears from ATMs worldwide. A high-tech scheme turns the tables on a casino for a huge payout.
A master hacker steals $400 million and eludes capture by the FBI until the feds realize he's one of them; millions in drugs are stolen from a super-secure warehouse; and criminals run an elaborate scheme to steal a fortune worth of gas.
A brilliant thief uses his cunning and a few high-tech gadgets to steal a priceless treasure from a heavily guard palace; bank robbers tunnel underground to hit an impregnable vault; and hackers try to steal $440 million from a bank using its own defenses.
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