Damn, we got a real hackerman here.
Love the way how this dude low key burned the makers of that box
You never fail to amaze me LPL. I’m a new subscriber but i’ve been binge watching all your content. You’ve actually inspired me to get into learning about something and I actually HATE learning. So thanks for being so cool :)
The scary thing is- when you're decoding it by just looking at it, you look like the owner of the safe and nobody will question it.
Still more security than the US Capitol
Do we need locks anymore?
Why do they make absolute garbage like that? How does it help the company to produce a crap product? I just don’t get it
Funniest things to watch. I built ten tool lockers with flaws similar to this. The piano hinge is far enough from the floor to start tapping and pulling out the hingepin. The hinge is held on by four self tapping Phillips screws. Forgot my keys, coworkers have forgot theirs. Because of these flaws we can access them in about one and a half minutes to two minutes. But it is just to keep the honest people honest. I will have to send some pictures of the over exacerbated faux security.
that looks like a very nice center punch tool, if it were shaped to a point
Problem #1: It’s upside down. Hinge on the right? Wrong!
That same lock is used in smaller keyboxes, i bought one to test it, u dont have to pick or guess it, u can just force it open with swiss army knife xD
The best anti hero, can literally see the flaws i any defense and explains to the enemy how bone head they are in the most calm yet frightening voice
hinge pin removal tool... aka, nail set.
Legislature: Tries to block the LPL and co. from selling security-defeating devices. CIA: Blocks the legislature from blocking the LPL and co. from selling security-defeating devices because their pre-orders haven't been filled yet.
LPL, have you ever messed with those digital combination locks that are used on DOD safes for classified material?
The crazy thing is this was designed by some dumb guy who only got this job because he has a design degree but has never touched a tool in his life. I mean I could design something better than that
Lots of witty remarks in the comments here. I am simply astounded that the great United States of America does not have consumer protection laws against this type of false advertising....?
I was really hoping you sick your new product in a key hole boing boing, like a door stopper, and it opens....
Первый раз вижу чтоб керн продавали по цене спец инструменда для отмыкания замков =)
I wonder, how LockPickingLawyer got this skills ... maybe his Mum or Grandma hid the cookies in a lockable closet.
Lol he used the hinged pin to pry it open. In lpl culture that's equivalent to drinking the blood of your enemy in his own skul
1:25 the hole in the wheel was easier to see than the number on the wheel.
That tool is genius! Love how simple it is.
Just duct tape everything that seems to slow him down.
The hinge pin punches are already sold out lok
Dear LPL, my partner is a local locksmith in the area we live. His name is jake, and you are his favorite channel and he loves watching your videos, his birthday is today (12/13) and I think it would be amazing if you could shout him out on one of your videos! We love watching your videos and even if you don’t do a shout out we will still be subscribers lol have an awesome day
Plot twist: LPL's fingertips are so sensitive, it can identify the number grooves for the new combination.
It's a three ring combination lock, it would be brute forced in max 10 minutes, mostly likely five. This already isn't a secure "security" product.
I bought the covert companion, and you should make a video using each of the 20 picks in the set. And explain what locks each pick works with
Even a very simple addition of metal tabs to the back of the door in the hinge side would have helped in counteracting the hinge defect. So lazy
Knew this was going to be an easy pick when I saw the video length, but he still managed to crack it in two different ways, including the time to reset the combo, which, as it turns out, was pretty unnecessary.
Lpl: ...complete ineptitude of some lock makers Me: I don't see any Master markings on that
My cousin has something similar where he keeps his car keys. Alright, here we go!
I will definitely be buying some of your products
just fyi its all sold out
Yeah, that won't keep a child out.
What do you do with all of these safes when your done?
Pick stuff nade heres lock
I have made my own tool like this. Those things have a surprising number of uses, some don't even involve locks
WOW. I've been watching for years it feels like.... and I JUST realized LPL is an AD FREE CHANNEL. THANKS MAN! WE LOVE YOUUUU
You all need to keep up with your website everything is sold out
Jesus show some mercy on this poor box
Is there a website you can suggest that has covert products in stock? Your entire website is sold out.
I don’t know about anyone else but that hinge pin knockout tool looks like a really fun fidget toy
Company makes lock so hard to pic you need to break it to get in side :lockpicinglawer ima pic it with this tooth pic
Isn't he giving knowledge to thieves too🤔🤔
budget cuts, budget cuts everywhere
Everything is sold out
I'm excited for video  disassembling Fort Knox in under ten seconds
I swear my mum has something like that tool for punching eyelet holes in handmade cards.
he uses this youtube cover to secretely teach criminals
Secure,... today's meaning,.. from children and pets!
He didn't even mention the keyhole mounts in the back where you could just push it up and take it
Even more embarrassing is that a cheap suitcase I had some 30 years ago, had exactly this same flaw. I learned about this visual decoding method after someone had changed the combinations of both locks to something random. One would think people learn from past mistakes and try to improve their products, but apparently that's too much asked…
This man is really telling me how to be a Criminal the right way
I love everything on the website is/has been sold out since release date, keep the good work up man
I literally had to back up in the video to rewatch, because I started laughing so hard when he said "so sloppy, I can see what the code is by looking into it"
Imagine if some safe pried you open using your spine
Hey LPL, how do you keep from laughing out loud on video?
For those with good eyesight you can just see the combo. For those without you can just use the provided pry rod to just pop it open 😂
As someone who does a lot of remodeling that tool would be a lot easier to carry than a hammer and punch in removing door pins when painting
Wow!!! Those are some huge flaws. What is with companies that do this??!
If I were a Judge and LPL was in my court, I would require that his legal papers be locked in a safe that LPL must break into before starting.
Who puts the hinge facing so it can have it's hinge pin so easily removed?!
And that’s how I made 2 grand in under 5 mins at my neighbors house. Thanks lockpickinglawer!
don't forget about the keyhole screw attachment points that you could just pick the box off of the wall and smash it on the floor and it would probably open
I'm surprised why LPL is still alive... Masterlock could have him gunned down years ago... 🤔🤔🤔🤔
Don’t tell me... probably made in China and back up by American company! 😂
This lock reminded me of my "well known brand name" brief case lock. Same type of 3 wheel locking mechanism, but you can pick it without looking at it. All you need is good hearing. The correct position has a different click than the wrong positions. I'm thinking it is probably a defect in many of the locks of this type.
Great stuff bossman. I can imagine the person who created that box watching this video
Was it just me, or was that box starting to sweat a little bit when it realized that the LPL was about to pick it JUST BY LOOKING AT IT?!
Next on LPL...I found a significant flaw in this company's newest lock, I will only use my sense of smell to unlock this in only 10 seconds
I love when a key box, intended to prevent access to hundreds of keys for an entire building or complex, has such boneheaded security flaws.
LPL must be the only one who can show how to open a safe on two diferent sides, on a 2 minutes video
I love how all your products are sold out! must be doing a great job!
Or just use a Nail and a Hammer for the hinge pin ^^
Funny to see how easily that hinge pin can be removed when all the manufacture would need to do is make two tiny tabs to block the top and bottom of the pen. Maybe they were notebook designers...
With all the Super Hero movies out there that have been over done, I'm feeling an inkling of a new kind of hero. The story of Lock Pick Man! On call 24/7/365 to pick the world. With his deadly stare locks tremble in his presents, snapping open at his will. "Look up on the door! "What is it? A padlock" "Able to breech seven pin configurations with a single pick, and who disguised as a mild mannered Lawyer, fights a never ending battle against the forces of the evils, like Master, Abus and Bowley. Only his hands will show and that's how you will know LOCK PICK MAN! Coming to a theater near you.
That tool would probably also come in handy for playing Jenga, might damage your wooden blocks though.
I wish there was a "LockPickingDouchebag" channel where a guy picks locks the same way LPL does but instead of being a professional about it he just cusses out lock manufacturers and taunts them lines like "Yoink, those are my secret documents now, thanks Kyodoled Key Lockbox!"
Oh shit...looks like Kyodoled CEO is gonna be in that soup line...
To demonstrate dominance he used the pin itself...
LPL: Why did I go to law school? UZload: I don't know.
Poor mans automatic centre punch tool. :-}
Imagine if he got 000
I used to do that hinge trick to my brothers toolbox that he locked with gum inside. :D
Ordered both tools.
Escape games in a nutshell, codes always shown somewhere
This is the equivalent of having your password on a Post-It note hanging from your monitor.
I wonder what gets him more income, The Lawyer in lockpickinglawyer or the lock picker in the lockpickinglawyer.
"Obviously we have a problem"... 1204 of these and counting.
Just admit, you're the holo doctor from ST Voyager.
Look! its Harry, Married and is 37 and is a lawyer near/in Maryland.. move from that commy state
you've been challenged.... uzload.info/fun/lGqsg3_J0JKLtmQ/video
Such a cool tool. Quieter than a hammer and pin pinch, great if using with nefarious intention :o)
he didnt say that he had financial interests in covertinstruments, should we be worried