I feel like we need a movie where they do a robbery find a specific lock, google it, find your page then realise the lock is easily picked by something stupid like this and all the rest of the crew are just asstonished.
Love that bypass tool. After I spend a couple hours picking an American lock with no success I just pull out the bypass tool and regain my dignity
Where i can buy your pick tools? And bypassing tools? I wanna learn this to get my bike back lol
You should start a lock company
Lock designer hate you! Sure!
I have ths=is type of lock, but can do you it with paperclip? If can please make a tutorial
It's like they don't have any testers in the process
that feeling when it takes longer to get your tool out of the lock than get it open...
Fun Fact: My favorite part of you/your channel is that you got 1.71 million subscribers with most of your videos being somewhere under 5 minutes long.
Hold on, are you wrong or is the packaging wrong? You said and titled it as CRN but the package says CNR
0:08 It's actually DC-CNR65, not DC-CRN65. Am I really the only one that listens to the model numbers? :D
Wow i been watching your channel for a while now but its the first time ive seen you use the bypass tool could you explain this flaw please, i was genuinely shocked how easy that opened
People: Invent locks Also people: Makes lock picks
This is for real?!?
This is what happens if you only do success testing not failure testing. 1. Lock opens with the correct key 2. Lock does not open with an incorrect key All tests passed. Ship it
Hey lockpickinglawyer, can u do a video on a brinks lock simulator looking to this one
The sound of sweet sweet release, CLICK
Who are you and how did you get in here? I'm the Lockpicking Lawyer and I'm the Lockpicking Lawyer
You said crn its supposed to be cnr
LPL needs to broadcast in HFR (high frame rate) so we can accurately measure the time taken to bypass locks like these. Is it even picking when it takes < 0.2 seconds?
Sometimes I see one of these videos and think "maybe with years or practice I could do that too." And then there are locks like this one.
Lock makers should send you the prototype and ask you what you think they should chabge
It's obvious these manufactures and lock designers intentionally add flaws like that. They're expecting 90% of the people out there who buy their products "not" to know anything about lock picking but want to make it easy for locksmiths or law enforcement to gain access quickly and easily....
Will there ever be a lock that can accidentally be unlocked
Tunuples Some will unlock if dropped......
This is........the story of a girl.
Just a little correction. You misspelled the model @ 0:10 and the title has a typo too (CNR/CRN). In any case that's all I have for you today 😉🤘🏻. Your channel is awesome 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
According to the packaging, it’s DC-CNR65, not DC-CRN65
DC-CNR65... you said DC-CRN65
You say it's a "CRN" but the package seems to say "CNR". Not that I care though :)
Lockpicking level 100
Question for everyone..... is LPL the best lock picker in the world??😲
Bert LPL says no..... But once on his level, I doubt it matters 😁
I bet good money on it that the "flaw" is merely a "feature" one of the cartels put on the list to the manufacturer. ;)
Hey that's a decent core! Too bad it doesn't matter.
Theres always nothing on 2
I can only imagine a horror scenario where the antagonist is running and manages to lock themselves in a room only for them to hear a faint "click out of one"
Can you please make a video on a lock you can’t pick. Please!
OUCH ! The bypass tool... BTW I think you mean DC-CNR65 which it says on the package ;-)
Master would see this as cutting edge and innovative
Is it possible that the design actually had shielding for bypass, but the manufacturer simped on it for cost saving reasons or just plain "forgot" to include it? If it was produced in China that might very well be the case (depending on how the design looks like to begin with). This may have been a faulty batch?
broke the title and at 0:09 he said "CRN" instead of "CNR" as well. unfortunate.
My father was a Locksmith , I chose NOT to be Like him He could Pick every lock known
LPL's "Folks..." takes me right back to school...
LPL: "The designers of that lock made a rookie mistake" Me: "They failed to shield the back of the keyway?" LPL: "They failed to shield the back of the keyway"
this channel is great for legitimate padlock reccomendations. I'm absolutely influenced by what to avoid and what to buy from this channel and bosnianbill, these 2 guys have covered almost every lock you'll ever encounter
Mehr chinesische kommunistische Scheiße.
What LPL said: The locking mechanism can be bypassed with a low skill attack. What LPL means: A toddler with a piece of bent wire can open this lock.
I can't be the only one to notice he got the model name wrong.
This is the Lock Picking Lawyer and what I have for you today is a 2:22 video of another subpar lock be nice if more lock Mfgs would watch and attempt to do a little better.
why is this a common mistake? seems like a simple metal plate at the back of the keyway would cost them about five cents at the volume these locks are produced.
When are we going to see a lock that LPL actually has trouble with?
Thanks to you I don't have OCD about locking doors anymore as I know it's mostly a waste of my time.
Is there any lock you can’t pick??
LPL: ...and then I'm goint to show you how to open it with a low skill attack in a second or so... Me: Let me guess, a non shielded mechanism you can access through the core?
Packaging says "CNR" but both you and the video title said "CRN".
Honestly, that back shield plate is the first thing I check for when picking a lock. It has saved me a lot of hassle several times. I'm still terrible at single pin picking
"... it never ceases to amaze me..." - same...
As my Russian mate once said... That's Kashitski 🤣🔓
What's the name of that bypass tool?
Why don't they just hire you?!
To answer your question: think about it: Chinese lock for the Mexican market with a glaring security flaw... one that Chinese agents working in Mexico might easily exploit.
Your title and commentary identify this lock as the CRN65, but the packaging clearly states this lock is the CNR65.
It's almost humiliating even to the viewer when you see "ROOKIE" title in caps
This particular lock as others offered a weakness that can be exploited from any angle, design flaws represent quick work
That kind of bypass has saved my a$$ on more than one occasion. Desk locks, when colleagues have left their keys at home (got a lift in with someone, or took their car to the garage) are the most common. Documents can be released in no time at all, and it seems most of the desks in places I’ve worked are deterrent rather than security.
Just a reminder it is not A lock designer failing, it is more likely an entire TEAM edit: companies might do anything to save a few cents lol
So many awful locks...
Oh come on people. Its feature! How else would they be able to market this for big companies if it did not had "Master Key capabilities"
I'm curious on how he finds a way to pick a lock, does LPL do every lockpicking technique on one lock or he do just know what to do in a certain lock?
Just when i thought that it was a Good Lock, He made it look like a toy Lock 😅
Made in china. Ok folks.
Packaging says dc-cnr65, title says dc-crn65. Whicj is right?
Putting an armored door on the front, and a screen door on the back.
I would like to see one you can’t pick one day!
Sh!t gets real when he pulls out the Z-Bar!
2:05 I think your on to something. I don't think a lock designer was involved at all.
If it can be bypassed or raked it shouldn't be maked.
If there’s one thing that 1,112 LPL videos as taught me it’s that locks only exist to keep the honest people honest and the incompetent crooks out.
Alta seguridad, yeah right
I don’t think I’m alone when i say, DESTROY IT! You know, for reasons. We need to see that core. 😁
Can you use an ASMR microphone so we can hear the clicks?
'nivel de seguridad 10' *laughs in jajaja*
Did anyone else realize he said “Dc-CRN65” when the packaging says “DC-CNR65”
How'd he mispell the C in lowercase?
All I've learned is that most locks are like the TSA, security theatre.
Esto es El Abogado de Cerradura, y hoy yo tengo....
I love how he just absolutely destroys the lock designers when he feels like it
one lock from xiaomi uzload.info/fun/dn17f3zPpoiMqJM/video
If this company has this lock labeled as level ten, what the hell do they have for level one? Zip ties?
It's a note which says "pls no steal"
Seems like it should be mandatory for anyone designing a lock to watch LPL or at least a highlights reel with the common issues. Don't suppose there is one already?
I would imagine this is one of the _worst_ vulnerabilities a padlock can have - it means that bypassing the lock looks, from any reasonable distance, exactly like using a key
he didnt put the "ok" in "ok folks" today >:(
Can't believe people have to comment about the serial number mixup, like who tf cares!? He makes a mistake in vid 1112, wow, unforgivable! He might as well delete his channel innit. smh
I just figured this batch of packaging was misprinted.....
theres going to be a lock so powerful it takes him a few minutes to get through....but the bypass will still be there