[1288] A Veneer Of Security: Yale 221B Padlock Picked

פורסם בתאריך 12 מאי 2021
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  • So the lock is like the collage

  • First raking: "WHO DARED TO RAKE MY PINS ... Owhhh it's you, LPL, my liege..." Second raking: "Please do not overexert yourself, my liege. I yield."

  • Just saw an Ad for yale locks how ironic.

  • Security theatre

  • a girl says i love you But 0:16

  • Yale : "High Protection" LPL: Literally 5 seconds

  • What's all this then ?

  • i saw the key and think yale 1a :S

  • When I clicked on the video and saw the lock I was like dang part lock part water bottle

  • maybe this lock is just using batesian mimicry-- it disguises itself as a tougher lock to scare off potential lock-pickers

  • I'm scared to put a lock on anything xD

  • I work for a locksmith company and I have to say I respect this man's talent, but one must also wonder how many times he has assisted any criminal, with ILaward access, to successfully break into someone's house, business, safe or transportation . ILaward fame outweighs the safety of the general public I guess.

  • Lock manufactures: “... dude, fuck this guy.”

  • Is raking a lock open *ever* found to be a fluke?

  • The Commando Lock is better in every regard.

  • It is sad how many of these use rake vulnerable key design types, without security pins.

  • YALE DALE

  • This should be a national embarrassment. Yale locks were the standard in my time. The very name meant safety, security and durability. This present abortion is what we laugh at from the Land of Willow Patterns. Col, NZ

  • Is this the same Yale that manufactures Forklifts and warehouse equipment?

  • I do have a question. Where did you buy this shit from? ;)

  • Yes i have a question. Do a video explaining what the tools do. For example when would you rake and when would you pick? How do you choose what size of rake or pick to use. This subject is fascinating!!

  • We know why you had to do it a second time. The first time simply took you too long and you had to prove, just how good you are ;p

  • Sadly, I've seen a few locks from other manufacturers with the same plastic construction over a basic laminated lock body. Sometimes the lock has only four pins, and usually the laminate construction is zinc or galvanised steel, not hardened steel too. I even found one that disguised itself as a plastic coated laminated steel double locking padlock, but was actually single locking skeletal (not even solid) cast junk body with a tin cover over the pin cylinders (and the packaging weighed more than the lock itself. I didn't think that the shortage of materials was that bad yet.

  • Why would anyone dislike this video? It does exactly what the title says it will do- not enough puppies and fortnite dances for you?

  • A bit cheeky with the lock number being the address of Sherlock Holmes....

  • *LockpickingSurgeon after performing brain surgery and closing up the patient* "Let's do this one more time so you can see this was not a fluke"

  • Holmes would not approve of this lock.

  • He doesn't publish the videos of the locks he cant open.

  • 221b baker street

  • What we really need is a Lock Picking Lawyer approved lock - that would sell well!

  • When are you doing the Yale Doorman?

  • LPL: "very similar to master lock" Me: "Oh no...."

  • Looks like a thick shackle and a nice matte powder coated steel lock body, super high quality, in a photo. After they separate you from your money, it's a complete farce... Lol.

  • Good Lord!

  • That's really bad... Yale should hang their heads in shame. Probably aimed at Halford's and other consumer bicycle retailers. No wonder so many bicycles get stolen nowadays. Talk about making it easy for thieves with eBay-style noob Chinese picks.

  • St. Peter: Let me just check if your name's on the list LockPickingLawyer: Two is binding...

  • your skill of lock picking scare me.

  • What utter junk! What on earth has happened to Yale? It's Abus for me from now on.

  • That's such a shame because Yale has a much better reputation than this lock suggests.

  • The only "fluke" was taking so long to open the first time lol

  • Appears like Yale has gone to the school of Harbor Freight. _"As long as it looks like a tool, that's good enough."_

  • LPL is probably the only youtuber who has a 100% watch time rate 🤣 none of his videos are longer than a few minutes due to the easily terrible nature of locks

  • Any lock vulnerable to raking is a fail

  • The shortest videos are the best ones.

  • Maybe I need to be hired by a lock company because there's something very obvious that would make an unpickable lock, and I think the LPL knows what it is.

  • a literal example sheep in wolf's clothing

  • The only lock that works is a glock

  • If Yale are selling that, they must be going down the pan soon. I suppose its hard to regulate a padlock, particularly if manufacturers resort to subterfuge. Like Arconic did spectacularly.

  • 👍😎🍺🍩

  • You can dress garbage up however you want, it's still garbage.

  • What the hell is a fluke anyway?

  • Savage

  • I would love to see you receive a lock you know nothing about, not even what lock it is, and open the package and pick the lock on camera. I wonder how much you study or practice on these locks before you actually make the video.

  • What if you only made videos about locks that are worth purchasing? I guess your channel would only have 2 videos. ...forget I asked.

  • interesting !!Thank you for sharing.

  • who’s here checking everyday for stuffmadehere lock video

  • AHA, couldn't cut it open with your everyday carry pocket knife

  • "High protection". From what? A strong wind?

  • Roasts the build quality, compares it to a master lock... Says it has no security pins: ono here comes the rake xD

  • Looking at the keys, it looks like the pins in the back of the keyway don't have to be pushed as far up as the pins near the entrance to the keyway. That just seems like a horrible idea. When raking, or when picking with improvised tools, it seems that it's much easier to get the job done with the keying is in this general configuration. I'd go so far as to say it's better to risk more duplicate keyings (where there's maybe a 1/500 chance your neighbor's key will work in your lock instead of a 1/1000 chance) for the sake of eliminating the stupid-easy keyings altogether.

  • LPL: "Let me show you how easy..." Me: He's pulling out the rake, isn't he???

  • I was yelling, "Wave rake!! WAVE RAKE!!" at my screen BEFORE LPL said it and pulled out the wave rake. Totally called it.

  • Something tells me that this isn’t designed to be high security, but to simply scare people away by looking like one. It’s actually surprising how often this is done in other areas!

  • Congrats on 3 mil

  • My question every time I see LPL's videos is why.... Why do people dislike it?! You butthurt because you were part of the design team?!

  • Waiting for Shane's lock to see the light of day!

  • You know it’s gonna be a bad day for the company when he pulls out the wave rake.

  • Where’s the Stuff lock?

  • CONSPIRACY: LPL created this youtube channel to inspire more crime so that he could boost his industry.

  • NEVER a fluke

  • A DISCIZED MASTER LOCK WITH A BAT SUIT ON LOL BAKE AND RAKE LOL

  • Did you receive the king pin lock?

  • It's never a fluke.

  • yale just dressing up a pig

  • That first try was a raking eternity as far as Masters go lol

  • "This time we got it open even faster." So I guess the first time WAS a fluke then,wasn't it?

  • Anybody else psyched to see the Stuff lock???

  • LPL: We got this open, let’s do it again … Lock Companies: 😭

  • Yale: "Okay, we have a crappy lock. What should we do?" "Add plastic, boss." "Great idea. Let's go golfing."

  • Told my neighbour this particular lock is a steaming pile of crap, here's the proof

  • Because of your videos I wanted to try out lockpicking because it seems pretty cool. I live in Canada so Sparrows would probably be the best website to get some tools from. I’m going to order the tuxedo set. Any tips or feedback about that set or lock picking in general?

  • Yale 221B: the thin veneer of security

  • I feel like LPL could pick locks in his sleep.

  • Unlocks multimeter. As you can see this lock was locking a fluke

  • It’s NEVER a fluke baby!!!! Let’s go! 🤘🏽

  • I know you don't recommend specific locks, but a video about what to look for when purchasing a lock would be good. I've picked up some stuff just by virtue of watching your videos for so long and seeing which locks you criticise and which ones you don't, but a more comprehensive video about it would be cool.

  • You should just go ahead and prove p=np and just ruin every lock ever.

  • Slightly surprised there was no reference to the 221b number.

  • Anyone else prefer to see him use his own tools than the ones he's trying to sell?

  • Are these the locks yale uses to secure the room with my finals? Am asking for a friend

  • "High Protection"

  • Yale has been consistently going down the drain in the last years.

  • Congratulations on 3 million subscribers, what an achievement for this hobby. That is 3 million people being educated about locks and security awareness that wouldn't otherwise be.

  • The fluke was how long it took the first time.

  • Dear LPL, I haven't seen all your videos, but it always seems that padlocks have just one keyway and one key. Have you ever seen a padlock with two keyways that must both be actuated at the same time? It could be picked if you had a twin, but otherwise, a person needs to use a right and left key at the same time. Using either one separately does nothing and only the owner knows which key is right and which is left. Using the wrong key on the wrong side permanently binds the padlock up forever.

    • I saw video 416 but that doesn't quite cut it because either side can be picked separately.

  • Wtf where is the stuff made here lock

  • underneath this plastic i use my wave pic and what can i help you with?

  • I love locks you can open with a pumpkin knife.

  • was there ever a "fluke" with this guy?

  • Has it ever been a fluke?