[1292] Lesson: Don’t Copy Master Lock (Reset Combination Lock)

פורסם בתאריך 19 מאי 2021
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[1272] Good Job Master Lock... Kinda. ilaward.info/the/wyd-w/uKhjwa50qqSUonY

[631] Master Lock 875/975 Decoded WITHOUT ANY TOOLS ! ilaward.info/the/wyd-w/xZp2sqmmk5fRcXo

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    • Will you cross upload to lbry/odysee?

    • ofc you could open it, the combination was pretty simple

    • 83 down votes. must be Reset employees.

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  • Try a real Master Lock: Sometimes, a cheap copy might be made with "looser" tolerances. In general, I'd recommend trying to pick a lock yourself before using it for anything "important". I have a lock that I kept just to pick it for fun, but I never use it because it's too easy to pick. :D

  • Wow, even a lock I could get into at my, zero skill level.

  • Back when I was in school for welding. Somehow I forgot my passcode so I had to use a grinder to get it open, I wish I knew about this before. I still have the lock just because I was shocked about how I forgot the passcode.

  • this is why you pay attention in history class

  • Sometimes I get a good laugh at people's poor understandings of real security, & what they believe to be secure. Today I was informed by my family that they they will no longer accept payment from me for storing my stuff at their place, so I have to find a storage unit, which I'm completely against because I don't trust them. I called a few places around before realizing I actually needed a temp controlled unit, so I realized I'd need to buy a decent quality padlock for indoor storage. If anyone's gonna steal something, it's gonna be behind closed doors. Sure, I haven't seen the unit I'm interested in, so Idk if they have security around, if there are camera's, or what the size of shackle the unit can take. The place I called was actually suggested to me, since finding those type of units aren't easy. I called to speak with the front desk, & my main question was if they knew what size shackle their indoor units can take. To my surprise the lady told me it was over her head, & the guy who manages the units said it takes the standard sized papdlock, whatever that means... I was like, well I'm gonna need to see the unit before I pay for one, so Ik what size shackle I can use on my unit. What followed suit next was possibly the most hilarious thing I've heard for a long time. She went on to explain that they sell locks for around $7-10. In my mind no lock of that price can even be worth any real security, period. I told her again that I'm gonna need to see the unit before I can make a purchase, so I can buy my own lock. Though, I guess she didn't hear me because she went on to say the dumbest shit ever... Well, they're Masterlocks, & they're pretty much uncuttable. You can only only imagine how I felt about that because it really destroyed my interests in purchasing a unit from them to store like 5 grand worth of my stuff while they're suggesting I use a Masterlock to secure my stuff with, when I'm considering an Abloy Padlock, lol... I told my family this isn't gonna be easy, & they were like well you don't need to buy a "big" padlock. We have some extra Masterlocks. I told them you really need to understand what you're asking me to do before you can make any suggestions to me since you're already throwing me under the buss as it is, & please do some research on what you think is a secure product because it makes you look stupid! Then they were like, you don't need to buy an $80 Padlock... Anyway, it still amazes me how stupid people are with educating themselves to learn about real security, & what it takes to achieve it poperly. Though, they still seem to fall under the Masterlock ploy, xD~

  • When setting a random code without seeing it is more difficult than opening it

  • When I need to scramble wheels. Me. Give a couple of partial turns with my thumb. Done LPL almost 30 random turns "OK, that should be enough..."

  • The surprise in all this: He is just REALLY good at knowing how much he scrambled each and every wheel, by feel.

  • Does it work on the master lock 179

  • Isnt the code changing being that accessible a design flaw

  • An even easier way to do it would be to straight up change the code to something you know thanks to the code changer being acessable to anyone who has a screwdriver or similar

  • @0:10 "I opened it with a plastic mallet from a Bob the builder playset"

  • This man is so organized he labels his videos with numbers omg I wish I could be like him 😭🤚

  • This reminds me of when I unintentionally learned how to open any locker at my Jr High School with my eyes shut. I believe this was the lock they used: ilaward.info/the/wyd-w/ynellXme2YjLh4I

  • Couldn't you reset that combination with just your fingernail?

  • I guess they figured that they're going to be copied by cheap Chinese knock-offs anyway, so they might as well just make a crappy, cheap-to-manufacture lock themselves and compete on price and name recognition.

  • Random comment for the ILaward algorithm.

  • 1:55 to 2:30 = 35 seconds. Wow

  • We’re getting to the point where LPL is doing more scrambling than picking in the videos

  • Homie just a school for thieves lmao

  • Why bother guessing the lock, when you can just bring a flat head and change the combo right there?

  • I love this content. Short, educational, entertaining, and most importantly, NOT OBNOXIOUS. Any other bugger wouldve stretched this video out to 10 mins, yelled "before we begin, like and subscribe for some stupid gift card". Love it love it love it, Im addicted.

  • Shocking how easy it is

  • SHOW ILaward HOW TO DO IT UNDER SURVEILLANCE AND HIGH SECURITY. THEN I’LL CALL YOU T.L.P.L..

  • you just trying just trying to make of us get robbed

  • Sadly, the old style dial combination padlocks where the shackle goes through the centres of the dials, and so has the same weakness, is still being made and sold by companies like Masterlock and Yale (although the Yale ones do have false gates opposite the true gates). A zip tie would be more secure. I can only assume that the security rating on these just refers to the packaging. Not the lock itself.

  • At some point on its downfall, LPL will ironically become MasterLocks biggest customer

  • Looking forward to the MasterLock ILaward series on how they hunt down and straight-up murder LPL. 🤣

  • Remember when we used to say in future lock will unlock itself when LPL touches it? Well.. we are getting closer for sure.

  • Warning: Locks are there purely as decoration. No claim of security is made.

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  • forget sucker born every minute - change it to every second!

  • LPL, the man who opens locks faster than me with a key

  • Love your video's! Thank's

  • 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.

  • Something is wrong when it takes me longer to brush my teeth than to open the lock

  • My man took longer to scramble the code than he did to decode it.

    • Is he an engineer at Masrter Lock ? :-)

  • How would one prevent such a simple attack with a combination lock? Is that what a locking lock is for?

  • It took him longer to LOCK than it did for him to take it apart. Jesus.

  • Wow I remember using this trick back in the mid 90's for our bike locks. I cant believe they still make garbage like this!

  • Sad

  • So, as far as I can tell masterlocks are well made but poorly designed, yes?

  • I love the fact that this lock didn't even deserve 3 minutes lmao

  • Literally not worth remembering the combination for this one if you use it as a deterrant.

  • This brings me back to when I was a kid and kept opening this other kids lock because he got a super cheap one.

  • Masterlock, unlocking the mysteries of bad design every year.

  • Good job

  • I wonder how funny it would be if someone was showing me their shed and brought a key and it had this lock on it, and I told them “wait, I can open this lock without any tools” and just did this infront of them.

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  • Basically magic

  • Probably the worst type of failure as well, 0 tools, very low skill requirement, very fast and isn't "loud".

  • Hi LPL, Is there a combination lock you do recommend? Or are they all garbage?

  • Funny, this lock has the same "complexity" as the bike lock my friend had 35 years back... and even back then I could open it with this method, making his jaw drop. 35 years have passed... not much has changed in the "cheapo lock" departement!

  • I used to use this technique with old bike shackles but pulling awaybfrom the lock

  • imagine he spins the combo and gets 0000 both times muahahahah

  • oh crap... thanks man, now i can go "*borrow*"my neighbors bike... he got a new one.. and has a reset lock on it... and im like... i need that bike... but i don't know the password... well *Sikes* guess who has new wheels now ^_^

  • Pentagon level security right there.

  • Interesting., that combo number is the same as I use for my credit card pin

  • 3 minutes, ok not great not terrible. Oh theres a lock scramble, thatll take at least a minute. WAIT NO TOOLS???

  • Do you mind sharing who makes that screwdriver?

  • My dad used this lock, and that is how over $5,000 of my dads stuff was stolen. Fuck you master lock.

  • My dear LPL!! My family loves watching your videos! Would you be willing to do an interview with me for Freedom Junkie Radio podcast? I just mentioned you in the interview I’m currently editing, and said, “I’ve gotta get him on here!” Busting illusions left and right... let me know!

  • He has mahjong touch fingers

  • u clearly counted the spins 👍👍 nah jk can u recommend locks?

  • This is the lockpicking lawyer *(click)* and anyways, that's all I have for you today, if you do have any questions or comments about it, please put them below, if you liked this video and would like to see more like it, please subscribe, and as always, have a nice day. Thank you.

  • Could probably just use a penny or dime to rotate that bolt and make a new combination

  • At this point the whole topic would make a bitchin' art instillation lol Just need someone to frame it well

  • But hey, Master is saving money with no skill employees designing the locks.

  • I once saw a lock like this, where sliding the palm of my hand over the wheels while pulling the shackle the right amount would just turn every wheel to its opening position. Literally half a second to open, much faster than putting the combination in.

  • That's exactly how to open your cheap suitcase lock after a trip nessed up with the combination.

  • Hilarious

  • What is you’re most secure lock on today’s market

  • the screw on the lock isn't even recessed. you could just turn it with like, a dime, and it's open

    • Ikr At 1:09 I was like "wait... hold up a sec..."

  • I can't believe I'm on this channel now. SMH, thanks for the info. 🤦‍♀️

  • You sound like a really really bad guy🤣

  • That's the same method we used on those combination bike locks in the 1980's!

  • Love those super wide gates. So many expensive bikes to be had, where they couldn't afford a good lock after buying it!

  • always good for a laugh

  • This is like an escape room lock

  • Master Lock, is like hearing someone claim they have a Master Cock. Virtually everyone would doubt that claim! I suggest Master Lock should change name to Master Crock, in the sense they are quite a master at bullshitting/lie with their products! :)

  • I quit putting padlocks on my stuff after watching this. I believe it’s safer 🤦‍♀️

  • I haven't met a combination padlock/ bike chain lock I couldn't open in 60 seconds.

  • This reminds me of the time we had a substitute teacher during a test. She didn't really care and just let everyone copy of mine and my friend's tests. Little did they know, we failed on purpose and then went back after class and asked the sub if we could retake it. Everyone failed but us two XD

  • It is so disappointing to be shown over and over again the effectiveness of good marketing over good a good product.

  • The only obvious reasoning for MasterLock to do something like this is so they can catch the companies ripping off their design ;-)

  • "This is the Lock Picking Lawyer aaaand, I've already opened 12 master locks as I said that. In any case, that's all I have for you today..."

  • Amazing job

  • At this rate, pretty sure their next product is some twigs and a string.

  • crazy

  • This is hilarious. And actually how I used to pick most of the combination locks on the lockers in my highschool (80s/90s). Most were a cheap Masterlock spindial provided by the school that were super easy; but even people with different locks...this worked on most. I've done this as recently as the last few years. It's amazing how many combo locks you can crack like this.

  • Dude at this point of my life I don't know what is a good lock anymore :^(

  • You "reset"ted that lock.

  • Video 4 of hoping you'll try and crack the stuff lock by stuff made here

  • "Hopefully we can stop the Trend before it starts"... Lock Copycat Manufacturers heavily sweating immediately after hearing that statement: Damm it! Halt All Production!! Abort! Abort! Trend has been compromised.

  • You could have a field day at one of those "Lover's bridges" where people tie locks to a bridge to declare their undying folly.

  • That shackle looks like you could just pull it out with a slight bit of force, the locking indentation is rounded instead of squared, and I bet whatever piece is supposed to hold it in is made of fairydust and held together with hamster spit.

  • "That's the kind of thing an idiot would have on his luggage!"