It's trivially easy to avoid that design flaw... :/ a .50 cent transistor would prevent this :/
So are there any brands of magnet door locks that you can recommend?
Nooo... show the alarm going off!! :(
This is for cheap products, well done. But enterprise level access control is much harder to fool and manipulate their fail safes with specific resistance calculations that are made at the micro level. Look I to Dealer only products.
To fix this install a few magnetic reed switches around the lock relay while wrapping the locking relay with a magnetic shield. connect up the reed switches to the alarm which can disable the keypad remotely. This will make this attack useless. There is also the stun gun attack, zap the lock and often opens.
literally every comment: wanted to see him trip the alarm
LPL: You can look for user manuals online me: Just watch LPL, it's faster.
Wow way to not show us the siren. I had to add my own comment
in 1980 the pulaski county jail used these electric locks on cell doors, so when opening the door to go to chow, all you had to do was insert a rolled up match book with thread hanging from it , into the door frame. done at supper time , the guard would lock the cells and then physically test each door to make sure it was locked, by pulling on the doors. then after lights out you would take a cup full of water or other liquid and throw it on someone you didnt like and they thought the guard did it!! great fun!!
Maybe when manufacturers make exciting new keypads with entirely new guts and logic, they should keep the outside, including the enclosure, display, and buttons, all the same. That way, if someone encounters one in the wild, they will not be able to figure out the specific model, so they can't use a simple internet search to find the exploits and traps. Of course, it's also just super dumb to put important relays _inside_ the keypad. Also, great idea not triggering the alarm in the video. That was a clever way to get a _lot_ of comments. Sneaky.
That is why my door systems do not use relays; Ethernet built-in connected to an isolated security network with LDAP, RADIUS, VXLANs and walled gardens.
ill never feel save again 😟
downvote for this video, no alarm triggered?
What if you put the magnet on the tamper relay?
What a terrible design to put the relay and electronics in the keypad, it is very susceptible to attacks. The external facing keypad shouldn't have any electronics in, just the 3x4 key matrix wired to control circuitry located inside the locked space.
If you dont have magnet with you, you can just screw that open and hardwire it to open. Should this protect from something? :D
Bruh your lit teaching people to break in to houses lel
Owns the same screwdriver set as the LPL, my life is now complete!
"Covered 6" sells a locking gun rack to local, state and federal LE that uses this exact keypad. Just tested it and this works like a charm. No telling how many of these are installed.
Nice office trick!
I made an electric combination lock once, all that you do to stop this, is use the simplest lock ever nothing in the keypad just buttons, so nothing that you can do to open it except entering the correct code, also you write the program to be slow so if miss the correct combination you have to press a reset button with 3 second delay so you cant speed enter codes.
How do we know the alarm works? Tests have to fail before they pass! 😅
Thanks dude...the FBI didn't know what was coming to them... Edit:there's a man in black at my door help.
Objective: Not trigger the alarm 🚨 but you get US triggered 😄
Nooo, the alarm ! Still liked the video out of principle
.... And MacGyver Picks Up A Small Piece Of Metal Bar , Magnetises It , And Swipes It Around A Lock Control Box . Today's Episode Ends .
I install Commercial Access Control, Intrusion, and Fire Alarm Systems. We have never used these janky things. Try hacking one from IEI (International Electronics Inc), Securitron, SDC (Security Door Controls), or Seco Alarm. Those are the ones you will see in the field. Also lets not forget the ever important fire code that requires most access control doors unlock on a fire alarm activation. Lets also not forget that the inspectors test for the waterflow (sprinkler systems) is usually located on the exterior of the building and is typically unlocked. AKA EZ Access.
Why on earth would you want to put the logic board in a public accessible place instead of having it secured inside and just run a few more wires?
Thank you for not setting off the siren. I don’t really want that in my earballs, please. Maybe hook up an LED instead, if you wanted to show to “alarm” being triggered.
Oh that is such a troll... going to the effort of looking up Tumblr alarm and not using it
I have the same combination on my luggage
If I had seen your videos during Lockdown...............
What??! No alarm? *-UNSUBSCRIBED!!!-* Just kidding! Thanks for the demonstration and warning.
Gonna buck the trend and appreciate the lack of alarm while watching this at 3 AM, lol.
Show us the unintended consequences(siren going off) . .. . ......
By commenting I bring the comments to 666
"Did their homework" That's all great until someone is smart enough to put a magnet sensor on both sides of the keypad even though it's not part of the factory design. Then the bypasser will have some explaining to do.
I had to watch this a second time because I didn't understand how putting a magnet on the right side tripped the release relay, which had been shown on the left. The crucial detail I had missed: the relays are mounted on the face, which had been flipped over, and not the back of the case, which hadn't.
He's just teaching robbers how to bypass locks and security systems and telling them to study up before hand.
No he's showing us how robbers bypass locks and security systems because they're poorly made.
What about a electric door strike that sits in the door jam? Are those susceptible to this attack too?
Are you a half-assed lawyer as well? I mean, go to the effort of wiring up an alarm and then not demo the alarm! Sheesh.
You didn’t show the alarm get triggered!
Damn that magnet is no joke.
"So I added an alarm to show you how important it is to be careful", totally forgets to trigger the alarm relay to actually show the entire point of the video. Dude has over trained himself to unlock something and bail.
Have you done a video on different kinds of locks and their picking methods?
Things triggered - Tamper loop: 0 Comment section: 1 And why they don't just throw a relatively cheap MOSFET in there rather than a relay is beyond me. Shouldn't "security and access control" products be trying to remove as many ways to bypass them as possible? Especially when a MOSFET is going to be cheaper, and not susceptible to mechanical wear-and-tear.
They even have line-voltage, high current "solid state relays" that are made from photocoupled MOSFETs and LEDs. I suspect penny pinching is responsible, but solid state relays don't seem much more expensive.
I really wish he triggered the tamper alarm just to show
Master,teach us how to open those digital papaiz,samsung locks
Why they dont put relay next to eachother?
The control circuitry should be inside the safe area, this design is stupid 🙈 The keypad should only be accessible as key input, it shouldn't control the door- that's just stupid! 🤭
Incredible this guy can open 99% locks in the market.....
I hope these companies look at this and learn from it fr
We're the unintended consequences so bad by hitting the wrong relay with the magnet that it couldn't be shown on video due to demonetization. I just don't get it??
Your turning Deviant 😂👍🏻
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Here's Y'all Alarm u want Beep, Beeep, Beeeep
Heh, this looks exactly like the cheap kit I was looking for securing my shed. Should've guessed they have obvious design faults :)
LPL getting ripped for not setting the little siren off. Is that what he means by the law of unintended consequences?
jesus how are these products even available on the market? imagine just casually walking up to one of these, stick a magnet to its side and just walk in like "Hello dead, what's for dinner?"
SET THE ALARM OFF!!!! You have to finish these things for those of us that need closure!
Nice video, should've set the alarm though
Why don't they just put the relay in the middle? or is this intended in the design?
I thought you were going to use the magnet on the other side of the key pad. I imagine it triggered the alarm. But still would of been nice to have seen the results.
I feel like everyone who sees this channel beforehand thinks everyone who's subbed here are just a bunch of people tryna find out how to rob a bunch of places but it's really just a cool channel
Waiting for “Bypassing a military used keypad using a penny”
Watching this guy bypass locks all the time makes me wonder. Hey, LPL.... Can you pick a jail cell door lock? Seriously, if someone could get you a jail cell door lock, you should do THAT video. LOL
No offense but this dude has enough corn hair to give 4 corns an Afro
I'll preface this by saying I get that this is primarily a lock picking channel. However, I think it would be cool to do a video showing off all the guns in your collection. I've been watching your videos off and on for about a year or so, and noticed you own quite a few guns. Maybe I'm alone here, but I think it'd be entertaining
Next, show us how to trigger Checkhov's Alarm lol
Where can we buy equivalent power magnets; as they’re obviously not the ones on the refrigerator nor ones seen in the dollar stores?
You should make your own lock
Wish you showed what happens with the alarm relay
Dunno why but I was expecting you to deliberately set off the panel tamper alarm? 🤔
no alarm - no like
thanks for spending so much money on garbage, so we don't have to
The cadence of this guy's voice is crazy
I finally get it... he’s teaching us how to pick locks to get us in legal trouble so he can defend us in court... genius marketing strategy
I wanted to see the alarm set off
Help. I've picked a master lock and got the core to turn, but it won't unlock. I'm holding my tension wrench down, keeping it in place. Any solutions?
Epic trolling, LPL. Bravo.
Where did you get that cool magnet?
Lock picking lawyer the type of guy to pick your bike lock, deconstruct it, get an unreconstructed lock, reconstruct it, and lock your bike all in under 1 minute.
The brevity of this video was unsatisfactory
Opening a bank door stream when?
Again ..is there anything you cannot pick 😁..you are amazing
Does he sometimes recommends some locks? Or just picked them. Would be awesome if he would recommend those hard ones
You should ha e triggered the alarm... :-(... Shame :-)
Farmcraft 101 finished his lock video , give him a shout-out, he deserves it!
why don't they use solid-state relays? and also they fail open meaning they don't pass electricity while electromechanical relays fail closed meaning that it would open the door
I like how an alarm was wired up but was never activated.
What happens if you put the magnet on random spots of the keyboard box? Can it trigger the alarm aswell?
LPL, I sense dissent in the ranks. For Gods sake trigger the alarm before we have a mutiny on our hands.
On the bright side, there's no model numbers when you look at it, and the wiring would usually be hidden in the wall, so a burglar wouldn't have the means of determining this in advance, and would probably experiment and hopefully trigger the alarm.
It's been suggested that human brains seek and rely on closure. Once you start something, it's difficult to just let it go early, and it can become a mental burden until then as some small part of your mental processing is kept up by it, sort of like a computer program kept running in the background taking up resources. So anyway yeah, waiting for that alarm to go off...
Hey lockpicking lawyer, i have a question. How long did it take to unlock your wife's heart? Based on the average times for your locks, id assume about a minute or so
Hooks up alarm doesnt use it.
You *forgot* to trip the alarm. Whoops