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In general, digital locks can offer higher levels of security than key locks because they can be programmed with complex codes that are difficult to guess or duplicate.

Digital locks also typically have additional security features such as time delays, multiple user codes, and audit trails that can help prevent unauthorized access and provide a record of who has accessed the safe and when. However, digital locks are vulnerable to hacking or electronic malfunctions, which can compromise their security. Key locks, on the other hand, are generally more reliable and less vulnerable to hacking or electronic failures, but they can be vulnerable to physical attacks such as lock picking or forced entry.