Now I can get my oxy quick
I’ve been a locksmith for a long time.. I’m still amazed to this day as to what people think security is.
Maybe change the locks and its a great cabinet
As a pharmacist who will get royally in a jam if narcotics disapear you probably saved my life by alerting me of how easy it is to open those. Never going to trust them.
Is it possible to just pull out the hinge wire on both doors? I understand it's faster doing it your way but I don't know anything about picking locks. I'm more of a brut force kinda guy.
Couldn't help but notice the instructions for lock replacement inside the safe.
Because Taiwan is a part of China
I was up all night watching these videos and woke up and right back at it
I counted 16 seconds to open
WOW, that was hilariously quick!
Yeah, but what about narcotics? Are narcotics able to pick the lock from the inside? Checkmate, LPL.
retails over 200$ , i guess thats the biggest problem these days cheapness and high profit margins = getting massively ripped off!
That was about 7 seconds for both doors
_takes notes violently_
The only disappointment in this video was the lack of a big ziplock bag full of flour inside the safe :)
This man is on every governments watch list
if your lock doesn't have an LPL stamp of approval on it, then it should not be on the shelves.
I turned my head to sip some coffee and missed the entire attack. Have you thought of contacting insurance underwriters about the products their customers use?
I must have missed this one. Thanks for this discussion. Hoping that GrafCo gets wind of this.
It took you 6 seconds to open that
I think the greatest lesson to learn from LPL’s channel is that commercial entities are focused on commerce. The goal of this company was never to create a secure box. It was to be legally compliant and to sell the product at the greatest profit possible.
Security compliance is like military grade. Military grade is literally "meets the minimum requirements of functionality, at the lowest price point possible."
Having worked in a pharmacy, I know the narcotics safe isn't meant to actually keep anybody out if they want in. It's security theater meant to appease bureaucratic regulators.
It will take double time to open cigarette box for me.
I'm from Taiwan, all I got from this was "Oh shit now I get to see my grandparents secret."
These vidéos are antidepressants...
And here I thought Lucifer just used his angelic strength to steal narcotics from the police station evidence locker. Now I know he was just raking it all along 😂
Damn, nothing good in the narcotics safe...
I took a screenshot of this video before I watched it because it's gonna be my new graphic to explain how seriously we *really* take the opioid crisis or the war on drugs. "Narcotics safe...1:30"
Someone's gotta teach me to pick locks like that 😂
I would like the video more if you had REAL drugs inside of it maybe a KILO of cocaine inside of it LoL 🤷😏
I have a pack of bacon in my fridge that'll take longer to open.
This dude is an epic locksmith..love the videos
Where's the drugs?
It's not just the criminal in me that attracts me to your channel, but also the knowledge I gain on what products NOT to use!
you probably have a lot of locks. could you send me one?
the sad thing is it would not be hard for regulations to use the UL attack code as its basis for security. I forget the actual name for it but I know its some letters and a number where the number is the amount of time that safe is supposed to be able to withstand a tool based attack on its structure and locking. edit: But I suspect these things are more about employee control than actual theft prevention, Keeping any one employee with a single key from accessing the good stuff. Rather than preventing a third party from getting access to the drugs as most employees probably wont be there raking the lock on camera during store hours.
You know what? I have been watching you for some time now, and I just had the thought of you owning a lock company designing your own locks then sell the design to lock companies or manufacture them yourself.
did u ever unlcok the ozlockcon lock?
this felt like half the video tbh. do we not have an example of something secure but not compliant?
Browsing the channel manually. I found this video was never shown to me by the overlord algorithm. I suspect the “N” word has been deemed unsuitable.
You know the product is bad when the video is only less than 2 minutes
Great work LPL! It would've been hilarious if you had a bag of flour, oregano, or course salt (meth) inside.
I think he opened this faster with a pick than with the keys themselves.
"They chose to do the minimum, and it shows" You turn phrases as well as you do cores.
Just here for the 2,000th comment. The real crime is the $200 price tag. Incredible.
No matter how secue or security-compliant any safe or lock is, LockPicking Lawyer will ALWAYS defeat the security provided by safes and locks.
Ouch! Free narcotics anyone? 😂🤣
So many types of safes have this type of texture. It doesn't help after you've been robbed. The texture makes it extremely difficult to develop and identify fingerprints. People don't like smooth metal safes because they easily show fingerprints (much like a smooth steel refrigerator), but when the safe is easy to open and hinders any criminal investigation as a bonus, it double fails. Choose actual usefulness over looks when it comes to storing your valuables.
The ease of obtaining your controlled substances when required should be forefront in design. OTOH, the ease of pilfering those substances should be stymied by the regulations of the security of those substances. C'est-à-dire, to profit in this world just because you can, is one way this world becomes less desirable.
You know it's bad when you can open it faster with a rake than the key it came with.
We used something that looked just like this at my job once and you could open it with a paperclip when the nurse with the narcotics key was busy. Super lame. Only works as far as you trust the people you work with.
Wow! That is a shockingly crap product. Thanks LPL for the video
Grafco could issue a retrofit. "Increase security 200% by covering the locks with duct tape."
Would it be possible to knock out the hinge pin?
As a lawyer who has restored classic cars for decades, dealing with government mandated safety regulations on cars and in the chemicals and equipment we use, it doesn't matter if something achieves its intended purpose, only if it meets government regulations.
I wonder where he buys his lock picking equipment
Good lord, this was savage lol. And not through any doing of LPL, just him exposing the flaw... but ouch!
i guess they haven't done the "very determined drug addict with a tool" test when making that safe
Thank you LpL oxy 80s here I come
Sadly minimum standards are required for compliance and I'm sure they expect the person breaking in to it to be in withdrawal and not be able to think clearly enough for even this task.
Oh come on. If someone wants to get off on a handful of narcotics do you really think they'd even consider picking the lock? I like your videos a lot but if that's the only flaw here, I really don't think it's a big deal.
Dang, he barely put the rake in the lock and it opened.
Fisher Price makes kids toys that are more secure.
This is dangerous. That can be opened so fast that even public placement is not an effective deterrent for tampering, especially considering that it's used to store narcotics.
They see me rakin' They're hatin'
Where was the "Let's do it again to show that it wasn't a fluk"
Are there any locks you would recommend that are hard to pick/annoying to pick?
I think it's $200 because of the same reason as the texas calculator. it's only a joke that companies have to deal with, and not normal people. We all know texas calculators probably only cost $3 to make, and sells for over $100. That's because it's what college classes requires, where you have some kind of insurance thing to pay for it. This cabinet toy looks like I can break it by punching it, probably cost no more than $8 to make. Sells for $200 because it's required for businesses like apartment complexes or some company to use to keep them legally safe from bs. I'd say my guesses are fairly accurate.
Shady nurses with opiate addict husbands payi g attention like
regulations = government = shit. the usual cycle.
Less than 5 seconds....
I was playing gta v and tboigt about him saying hello this is the lock picking lawyer. Today we will be breaking into a safe
I blinked right when he raked the first one - had to go back to see what happened!
This shouldn't even been sold.. it's a scam.
I like how the very first thing you see when you open this box is INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO REPLACE THE LOCKS!!
Sad that no narcotics were found inside :(
"The safe contains lockpicking equipment sir!" "Of course. They said they wanted an irony safe."
First thing you see when you open it "LOCK REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS" They know.
Laws and regulations are for the most part just an exercise in running afoul of goodheart's law.
This costs $200. It's garbage. That's all I have for you today. 😂
That company needs to change it's name. Grafco is too close to GRAFTCO.
The point isn’t for the safe to be hard to get into, it’s the steps involved. first you have to get into the secure warehouse. Second you have to get into the secure lockup area. Third you pick the lock... Forth you realize your on camera 360’ Fifth the security is waiting at the only door of the completely enclosed area where the narcotics cabinet is located. Sixth go to jail, go directly to jail... or maybe the hospital first for the ass kicking and tasing you had just received. Seventh go to court and get the slapped with the entire book. Eighth kiss any chance at a decent job good bye, because that’s one hell of a black mark.
I looked away for 4 seconds and he had both locks open
That is just plain disgusting.
Well defenitely not ever buying that 😂
$200, FUCK!!!! probably only cost 20 to make!
It took longer to say the name of the lock company than to rake it open...
Does it comply with the complience or does the manufaturer only state that it is complying?
Security compliant as long as there aren't high winds, rain showers in the area, or a tree falls down within 2000 miles.
"lets give it a try": I felt LPL smiled :-D
For unusual reasons, the shortest the video is the better it is! Only LPL goes by this metric on YT🤣
“They chose to do the minimum and it shows” This is my new favourite Way to describe my coworkers
Omg. I didn’t even finish reading a comment you opened that mug lol