The real security for these types of devices is in where they are placed. If they're in a public place where many eyes are on them, many would be thieves would be deterred. Of course, some would play the role of someone attending an open house, thereby justifying their presence to any onlookers.
So I wanted to find a video to watch while I was putting my shoes on to leave. Figured this would be quick. Now here I am finding another one.
The shim isn't even necessary this was the first lock I've ever decoded and it look less than a minute just feeling for loose numbers. Edit: With pressure on the lock
My mom use to actually work for remax so I can confirm, they are used quite often even now they still are in use, but most of them have sort of... faded away. Now most lock boxes are automated with a system that displays barcodes , but if she runs out she uses that lockbox from the video;she doesn’t put keys in directly, she puts directions to a key Like a map or something
I know it's fake because you didn't scramble the number enough. :)))
It takes him more time to change the code than actually picking it
LPL has taught me that locks are pointless and therefore I should get rid of all of my locks and just pray instead
I don't think you have ever shown the Supra punch numbers box. As a handyman to the realtors, I have had to decode them them through trial and error more than once. Because the "no punching a number twice" limitation of this box, a 4 digit combination can be determined with only 220 tries. This still is hard on the fingertips and won't work if they chose a 3 or 5 digit combination.
I can tell you that ReMax agents Do in-fact use these. When I bought my house two years ago this lock was left on my front door. a week later I got around to changing the doorknob to get it off. Yesterday I stumbled across this lock in a box I had under the cupboard and opened the lock with the tin can shim method
RE/MAX is a real estate franchise.
Most 4 digit combinations like this are going to be a year. 2020-1950 will open most.
The only keysafe that I think has ANY value is Kidde AccessPoint KeySafe Dial: www.amazon.com/Kidde-AccessPoint-001014-Original-Permanent/dp/B000W4SF9M Note that unlike the "more modern" versions this has only one rotating dial and decoding this one is not that easy. I think that the last letter can be decoded which leaves the attacker with about 600 combinations to brute force.
Bingeing these in class
Is there any combination lock available which is not weak to such a shimming attack?
I wonder if a Supra lockbox would be significantly harder
Someone needs to send him a Supra I box.
My wife, the realtor, uses lock boxes secured by an app and bluetooth to her phone. No combo to decode, no key way to pick. Have you opened these?
On a sim lock at work I heard the tumblers and studied. Within 5 min I had picked another lock just by listen and feel. Only Lvl 1 picker compared to max level LPL
Pretty bad when scrambling the numbers is half the video
Spends more time scrambling than picking... not a good lock.
Has anyone made one of these tools from feeler gauge? I'm interested in dimensions. I only have a little piece to try, and an inherited keysafe is like to open at my property.
why do people think that this type of lock is safe ??
I’m more curious how you cut the feeler gauge an not have messed up edges
My man spent more time scrambling the code on this lock than actually opening it.
I'd like to see you try a supra box. It would be interesting even if you don't get in.
Any combination lock with only four dials is inappropriate if left outside for extended periods of time because bruteforcing the combination is feasible. I did it once. It took some time but I guess it would totally be doable over night.
Question: What WOULD you use to hold house keys?
@Matt Bergman yes I know that, I was referring to lpl and asking what he would feel safe to keep keys in.
One of these days I'm gonna accidentally put my lock into change mode, and while the wheels are facing away from me, give them a good scramble, completely screwing myself out of using that lock again
Lock company's would sell a lot more if they had a LPL seal of approval 😁😂 I mean that would be one hard seal of approval to get haha
Scrambling the combination took 1/4 of the video lol
Could be a cool geocache.
That appears and sounds like it's plastic.... The right tool to open it is as simple as a rock
How is ReMax not sueing you for this? ... O_O
He gave a GOOD OL scramble for this one jeez
@Lockpickinglawer Do you recommend any key lock?
Can you open a Supra iBox BT LE?
If you started declaring your own rating system, the LPL system.... I’m not kidding I think the industry would listen and start printing good LPL ratings on products.
Even if I didn't know how to pick this thing if I really wanted that key it looks like I could easily whack it open with a hammer
Looks like the thinness of the average soda can.
Is their any lock you can’t pick ?and what would you recommend as a good lock ?😂 i don’t feel safe using them now
I want to do this for a living
I had no idea a real estate company made locks, lol
I like that the longest part of the video was him setting the code lol
jesus christ he could go break in a house so easily
Well then, LPL, show us what locks you use to protect your house or how about picking your own locks in your doors.
What lock would you use?
We should just be grateful that this dude decided to become a UZloadr.
I’ve got a *BONE* to pick with you
It would be so easy to steal from a house that's for sale. I'm surprised there aren't more
What locks would you recommend?
What’s the hardest/most annoying lock you’ve tried to pick?
Y’all ever wondered what this man could do if he used this knowledge for crime two blinks and he’s in nasa playing gta on the computer
As a licensed and experienced real estate agent and LPL fan it seem box like the kidde portable are the best commonly used box. I would love if you could take a look at those! If someone can send me the information I could potentially send one in
As a licensed and experienced real estate agent, I can say that I have never seen an even remotely decent lockbox on a house. Unfortunately master lock makes most of them. Although I have never seen a box get broken into. We had one get beat up pretty bad with a baseball but they couldn’t get in. However, the one that was hit with a baseball bat was considerably better than this one.
BRB guys, headed out to find some remax homes.
A Sentrilock Bluetooth lock box is what I use, and pretty much all realtors in my area use.
I'm seeing ads for really crappy locks and lock boxes you could open in 10 seconds with a screwdriver, lol
lpl:give this a good scramble *scrambles half the video*
Today im going to show you how to unlock mangekyou sharingan without killing your closest friend.
Light tap with a hammer would be even quicker
I can’t imagine what lock he use for his house ;-;
I do enjoy these videos. I have to admit when you opened the lock in under a minute, I caught myself laughing. Unbelievable.
'real estate professionals tend to use higher security products...' Lol, no they definitely don't. Mostly master wheel style lock boxes.
Maybe all locks have a flaw on purpose?
Does anyone else mouth the words with LPL, when he says, a box...(unison)"to which I do not know the combination." So satisfying.
But can you get into a SentriLock digital lockbox? I mean, yes, of course you can, but would it be harder?
So is there any home key lock box that you *would* recommend? I would like to get one that offers some level of security, but every lock box video of yours that I have seen have involved models that appear laughably easy to circumvent.
This is so stupid, the locks real estate agents use are completely electronic, not mechanical. And to access other houses to show your clients with these locks on them you have to be registered and up to date on your payments so that the code you use opens the locks. Its a 2inch by 2 inch square keypad that is inserted into the face of the lock, then upon typing your code that is designated to that specific agent, it opens.
My mom is a real estate agent, and this is not the lock they use. They have a square electronic keypad that goes i to a square slot, and then have to type in a code, that is activated only when the agent is paying for this service through MLS. Completely wrong lock
My impression of this video Step 1 pick a card Step 2 let's shuffle it Step 3 fiddle the deck Step 4 this is your card
These lockboxes can be brute forced opened in about 10 minutes by going through all the combinations. Junkies were doing that in my old neighborhood so as to have a place to sleep at night or shoot up.
Rather pointless anyway as he could just a easily pick the lock the key in the lockbox goes to.
Is there any lock that this legend actually recommend buying?
Can you lockpick your door
I know how difficult it is to pick by the length of the video.
why he is he so calm while picking a lock
RE/MAX is a large Estate Agent chain so they probably give these to the home buyers.
Thanks LPL, now I have a new house!
It's possible the RE/MAX logo is a counterfeit by some unscrupulous company in China trying to make a quick buck selling cheap locks disguised as locks used in a more secure setting. It's not *that* hard to get your hands on the tools necessary to print a high quality logo. Or maybe RE/MAX deems these as secure enough for neighborhoods without crime problems. However, they could likely be held liable for neglegence for bugleries related to their key locks if these locks are sufficiently weak, so cheaping out on locks doesn't seem like a very good strategy.
hi, ive got a h & k lock picking set, some of the tools in it i have no idea what they are used for, could you do a video of the most common tools for different types of locks, also ive been trying to pick a euro cylinder lock for a while, but i dont know what tension wrench to use or if i should buy a new one, also cant seem to get to all the pins with my pick because of the shape of the keyway, how do i learn to pick this
What are you current top10 nastiest locks for 2020 currently? Or are they still the same from 2017? uzload.info/fun/fKGZjKvbtIaox2g/video
What would LPL recommend/use for this use case?
Pick a nuke launcher whatever it's called jk
i swear lockpickinglawer is increasing the amount of thief's in the world
Without the metal it's just time and math
It's actually horrifying that his videos seldom reach 3 mins.
do the zore gun luck in interested in it and i want to know the downfall
Just a random comment to say that I like this guy.
I bet you 100 bucks you can’t pick the lock to my heart 😉
No lock is safe from LPL.
As a RE/MAX Agent, I can say for the most part, we use Supra Bluetooth locks. It’s the most common lockbox used amongst real estate agents.
I would love to see a lock that defeats the lock picking jesus.
If the LPL gets infected by zombies in a zombie apocalypse, we'll be screwed. _"erghhhh....a nice cliiiiick on fooouuuur....baaack to the frooont..."_
I was wondering. What would you say from personal preference is an amazing lock for say... well any lock that you trust
What lock would you recommend to practice and start on
This dude sounds like Rick Lax on medium chipmunk juice.🤷♂️
It can even be broken if you have enough patience and go through each of the codes at a time
Your voice oddly reminds me of Baumgartners Restoration’s channel owner’s. not exactly tge sound but the way you talk. It makes these videos just that much more engaging and interesting. Love the content of course.
This guy has to be in a future heist
I always wondered where did lock picking lawyer learn his lock picking skills.