@staglo Magnifico, On the next episode the LPL will attept to Unlock the Tardis whitout an key
this is my favourite haha
When I first started watching this channel I sort of wondered if he was just a really good lock picker, like if that was a very specific skill, or if he had a lot more general knowledge in how to defeat a variety of different security systems. Videos like this one just affirm to me that it is certainly the latter
oh to funny!
What a savage.
lock companies are just going to start sending locks to this guy to see if they're good or not
This one cost around 8 USD BTW
LPL fidget spinner. Get yours today while supplies last.
Spinning magnets? Mind blown.
One more argument for IKEA furniture. There are no hidden fasteners designed to f**k over the PAYING customer who want's to repair their stuff.
Please someone must make a new gordian knot to close a door!
I come here not just for the ritual humiliation of lock manufacturers, but also for the witty comments section....
Just want to note, magnetic shielding is not the only way to safeguard a motor drive lock from this sort of thing. Some motor designs such as a coreless DC motor are inherently impervious to being turned by an external magnetic field no matter how strong without need for any shielding.
If this guy was ever in jail the guards would leave his cell unlocked out of spite.
Are they sending you products for review ? Lmfao
Sir, I will need your services when I die and I'm left outside the gates of Heaven... Saint Peter will hear the all mighty words of "click on 1, 2 is good 3 is binding..." Oh no..oh no... on no no no no....
Add a handle and a few gears to it and you can open the lock by spinning it at 2000 rpm lmao
That’s an attractive tool
I'm hungover, I just woke up, this statement "a formation of spinning magnets in alternating polarity" induced an aneurism. I'm calling the police, I have been assaulted.
You should have called the channel "Lock whisperer". Literally golden opportunity missed.
Master Lock: _magnetic shielding_ ? write that down! Ahhh cross it out. Too much trouble to implement!
Epic physics wizardry
Thor's fidget spinner.
Question. If you stop spinning at anypoint do you have to start over?
Now I want more information on what that tool is made for
It’s like a roulette wheel but you win every time
Some lead in the lock is effective A normal clock like thinghy lock, with some magnets glued to it is a great hidden mechanism. Its an invisible lock, apart from the wear marks No keyhole, nearly unpickable
one they this clever lawyer will meet windows
Any lock that ends up in his mailbox: finally a worthy opponent our battle will be glorious. LPL: so anyways it took me about a minute to break into this lock
Very smart! No damages and fast!
Wow, that little spinning magnet cost $159 on Amazon
Hah, i have a drawbridge and a 15 ft moat. Pick that, LPL!
They call him the Spin Doctor
I thought "This magnet Bosnian Bill and I made" was just a joke...
Hello, I'm the LockPicking Laywer. Click.
Being a lawyer and lock picker sound like a good combination for some legal issues. Could you bring a lawsuit against one of these lock manufacturers if something important was stolen?
I challenge you to open this lock with only a teeth pick, bubble gum and a x1 pen (of your choice)
LPL you are in a league of your own
The smooth drive prominently separate because fertilizer univariably wreck unto a pink tortellini. ten, nifty ship
Why do they use secret fasteners on furniture?
Ikea wants to know your location
to the lock companies, idea. small stepper motor or atleast a step counter sensor. if the motor sees rotation without it being unlocked it could correct itself back to the fully locked position. not the hardest thing to implement and i think it could be quite small too if they tried a little. i wanna see this happen now
Yeah, bitch! Magnets!
One man against an army of lock companies... and guess who is winning? LOL they should do an epic animated movie about those skills... it would be so fun to watch
I swear it’s like magic sometimes
Lock manufacturer: has no pins to pick LPL: *magnets!*
So when is the larger version for larger locks coming? My suggestion, go almost stupidly overboard so you can open anyhting from like 2ft away
Bosnian bill used one of these
I wonder if using an electrostatic motor would be a viable solution
LASHERISM: to deliberately seek nonstandard solution for training or fun purposes. Pioneered by programmer Tim Lasher. LPL: I can reuse all my locks to make one more video each??? COOOOOL
That was fun. But I would still like to see the insides of that lock especially the motor.
I'd like to see the mechanism as I can't imagine how it works.
FBI should employ him when they wanna barge into someone house. Those bruteforcing using the long heavy stick are old school and tires the personnel out.
Well he isn't called lpl for nothing He is a real lawyer
Not to mention bashing their way through the doors is way too loud and immediately alerts all criminal scum that are present in the building/house/whatever.
Hell yeah 😎, you killed a one more Chinese product..
Lock company: We think our lock is pretty resistant to manipulation because the lock will only open if the motor spins several dozen times. LPL: Have you tested a formation of spinning magnets of alternating polarities to induce a spin in the motor? Lock company: .......
Outside the box, indeed.
This is crazy haha
Alternative to a drill power: Wrap a string around that bar that sticks out, then PULL
The pro lock pickers fidget toy 😄
I was sat in anticipation of seeing it in bits, i love the mechanics of locks as much as i love to see them defeated
Link to buy?
Thr company who manufactured went and sold all their belongings, and shut their doors after this video. Dead xd lol
Question: Does it also work, if the motor inside is without magnets?
Keep posting.. Great job
Hes gonna open locks with sound next
You sir, are brilliant!
This ... never .... gets ... old!
vegapunk of the our world
He used the spin
LPL is using the 'Force' to do his job now.
That lock could probably be opened with a hammer or tin snips, not sure that a weird proprietary spinning magnet apparatus is the main vulnerability.
But this way you can open it, enter what it's protecting, then re-lock it so one one knows there was a break in.
Can you open fingerprint locked phones?
@DmD elaborate please?
All you need is a pair of scissors.
Samtime iLock was unlocked without nose but magnets
I heard LPL once picked a lock belonging to Bill Brasky. And live to tell about it.
I wouldn't mind spending 10 dollars on that honestly, keeps family out of things.
The problem is it will break in 3 months.
The LPL strikes again!
Next time you're locked out of somewhere, call a woodworker.
You couldnt stop this guy from getting into anything lol
Looks like you could do this with a rare earth magnetic on the end of a drill or battery screw driver
I've discovered magnetic shielding can be overcome with stronger magnetic fields so it comes down to how big and strong the magnet is.
LPL: “This is the LockPickingLa-“ Lock: *Shits itself and unlocks.*
"And one last time because, let's be honest, this never gets old." 😂
dedicate my life to your work
Atleast theres not fucking exposed screws on the side...
The great thing about the LockPickingLawyer’s videos is that they’re very short 🤣 Lock company after watching these videos: Houston....we have a problem 😱
Is there a link for this?
And now China has your fingerprint.
I always forget my fingerprints I can’t open those locks
"Magnetic shielding" isn't as easy as it sounds. There's mumetal, but still all magnetic shielding only works against moving magnetic fields. And that's above a certain frequency. You could always try hand turning just slow enough to make the magnet catch along. I can't really think of an easy protection against this attack. What you could do, is have 2 motors, or even 1 motor and 1 false "motor" with just the magnets and the shaft, or some other mechanical arrangement of motors and gears. And have it so only the correct sequence of spins and timing will open the lock, all others locking it tighter. A false "motor" inside the lock, with just the magnets and shaft, no actual coils, would be spun along with the real motor by this attack. So this could be set to close some extra latch. It could be close to the real motor, so equally affected by external magnets. This would, I think, be an effective defence against this. Stil... at least they got past just using a solenoid, after people defeated those with just a single, stationary magnet!
What if you mix redstone with locks? Uhh you will probably get vault that has better safety than Nasa have
Locks that require a battery to operate are defunt by design.
Mildly disappointed he didn't put magnets at the end of a fidget spinner - would have made a more catchy title of "lock opened with fidget spinner"
Where lockpicking and cabinet making came together
That is the coolest nondestructive attack, full stop. What a neat tool, too!
"It never gets old" and nor does your channel
So basically the delay is caused by the time it takes to fill the capacitance within the capacitors (if any) and the wires (wires do hold capacitance!). If you had a stronger electromagnetic field on it, then it would take less time but you'd also be risking damage to the device. AGAIN, you can modify wireless phone chargers to acquire the same effect.