[1218] This Should Be A Nuclear Launch Key (Allen-Bradley Interlock Picked)

21 dec. 2020
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    LockPickingLawyerLockPickingLawyerAcum 2 luni
    • @Tony Wilson First of all, we have no proof of your so called expertise, other than you saying so. Second, if some nobody can just walk right into your power plant and start disabling/removing safety locks there surely has to be something else going wrong. Third, if some actual, qualified people working in an area with these safety locks start disabling/removing these locks surely there has to be something else wrong. And lastly, calm down my dude. Your anger might be amusing, but it can't be good for your health, buddy. :-p

      Norman the dormant doormatNorman the dormant doormatAcum 5 Zile
    • @Norman the dormant doormat I had this argument with other clowns *WHO DON'T UNDERSTAND HOW THESE LOCKS ARE USED OR WHERE THEY ARE USED.* Sorry if you and others are *IGNORING* what I actually know and am actually *QUALIFIED IN.* But then your just like all the other idiots in the world right now who don't believe in expertise unless they find it entertaining. You second paragraph *IS EXACTLY* why he shouldn't have shown how to pick this particular lock. Your 3rd paragraph shows how utterly ignorant of this particular subject you are. *So kindly STFU about stuff you clearly know nothing about.* FYI- I actually like the LPL. I think in the area of locks and security he responsibly demonstrates the reliability of many commercially available products, *but I also think he's incredibly irresponsible at times.* Showing how good or bad the gun security locks people can buy for their own guns in their own home is brilliant. That's called consumer awareness. *How to break/bypass the police gun locks isn't.* I absolutely think he should be showing *EVERY* police department in the world how crappy those locks are. *But showing people how to steal a gun from a police car isn't smart or clever its dangerous and irresponsible.*

      Tony WilsonTony WilsonAcum 5 Zile
    • @Tony Wilson Don't be silly. Your whole wall of text is somewhat pointless. If you were really worried about somebody actually "picking" this safety lock, maybe you should be asking the manufacturer to make it a bit harder than pushing 4 pins out of the way. By your logic he shouldn't be showing how to pick or bypass real locks either, because they might be guarding important infrastructure controls or weapons or valuable items. Once you realise how shitty the actual protection is, you learn to not rely on it as much. Security by obscurity (or safety by obscurity in this case) has never worked and should never be encouraged.

      Norman the dormant doormatNorman the dormant doormatAcum 5 Zile
    • @Alex2K Comrade I went to the nearest one and I see fellow gopnik pulling one out..... I could not trade one for vodka

      Mini BorisMini BorisAcum 6 Zile
    • @Mini Boris pryviet blyn, search at nearest soviet silo Kappa

      Alex2KAlex2KAcum 7 Zile
  • Amazing how something looking so complexed can be picked so easily. Not by me though... I can only pick a nose.

    CoalCracker PyroCoalCracker PyroAcum 11 ore
  • Thanks for inserting this one

    Alan SorrillAlan SorrillAcum 21 oră
  • Everybody gangsta till LPL get's his degrees wrong (That was 180, not 90 degrees)

    Sandwich SapphireSandwich SapphireAcum 2 Zile
  • Don't the nukes need multiple keys turned simultaneously to launch? Also i would imagine a place be heavily guarded so the lock itself is one of the most insecure part in relation to the entire security system.

    Electric SpiderElectric SpiderAcum 2 Zile
  • What kind of law do you think he practices?

    Kenny BudhwaKenny BudhwaAcum 2 Zile
  • Does he just go to places and take the locks off like that one prison lock did he just get sent to jail and then he lock picked the lock off the door just to make a video about it does this mean he got into the area where they launch the nukes and picked that lock!?

    Spooks 8737Spooks 8737Acum 2 Zile
  • have you ever found a fully working lock that you can't pick?

    Jason DrewesJason DrewesAcum 3 Zile
  • Everybody gangsta still LPL breaks into the gold vault in Fort Knox

    Lukas WilliamsonLukas WilliamsonAcum 3 Zile
  • This isn’t a tutorial... it’s a threat

    Chris A.Chris A.Acum 4 Zile
  • You need probably like 5 keys for a nuke I imagine it like fallout 76 but 10x harder

    ThoMass3630 #ThoMass3630 #Acum 4 Zile
  • Top 10 ways to be put on a fbi watchlist

    The CaffeinatorThe CaffeinatorAcum 4 Zile
  • I'm not exactly sure if that is actually supposed to be a lock

    Andrew EngelAndrew EngelAcum 5 Zile
  • So it shouldn’t be a nuclear launch lock then is what your saying

    jesse wolfordjesse wolfordAcum 5 Zile
  • I'm really interested in this video but I'm faced with an unskippable ad that looks like it's 10 minutes long! Can the lock picking lawyer pick the lock that is unskippable ads??

    fielding st. pierre-porterfielding st. pierre-porterAcum 5 Zile
  • Thing is. To get to picking a lock like that. You have to get through dozens of layers of security and even ARMED men/women on a base. So as much as it appears to be impossible to pick and yet really isn't. The fact original where that lock and key was. You either have to be insane and stupidly lucky to manage to get to it or end up learning how to mind control people and just have them unlock it for you. Or you murdered everyone on the base and lost the keys.

    QardoQardoAcum 5 Zile
  • Or you could just unscrew it from the panel as the mounting screws are accessible without needing to defeating the lock.

    Daniel AtkinsDaniel AtkinsAcum 6 Zile
  • At least with having the LPL .. the feds don't have to worry about loosing the key to the federal vault. If they do we'll just have a video of maybe 3min because it might be a hard lock to pick.

    MiraninaMiraninaAcum 6 Zile
    • Hey

      river ardriver ardAcum 5 Zile
  • Anyone here just like the way he says 'lock?'

    Axel WülfAxel WülfAcum 6 Zile
  • So theoretically you can lock something up. Nice

    travis eastlicktravis eastlickAcum 6 Zile
  • "This is the lock picking lawyer, and today I'll be showing you how to abort the launch sequence for nuclear ICBM's"

    EagleAirOneEagleAirOneAcum 6 Zile
  • “This should be a nuclear key” Proceeds to teach you how to pick it

    Chad LancerChad LancerAcum 6 Zile
  • We used to use these at CERN. There was a bank of about 48 of them. You were supposed to remove one key when you entered the experimental area and replace it when you exited. A massive concrete and lead door blocked the beam path and couldn't be opened until all the keys were in place. If someone lost a key it was a big deal and basically no science could happen until they got a lock smith in to replace the lock and missing key at great expense. This happened about once a month.

    Paul HaeslerPaul HaeslerAcum 6 Zile
  • “this should be a nuclear launch key” *proceeds to pick it in seconds*

    Veryverylonghugegiantveryveryverylongname4201 NoneVeryverylonghugegiantveryveryverylongname4201 NoneAcum 6 Zile
  • The president dislikes this video

    Juan Miguel AltubeJuan Miguel AltubeAcum 6 Zile
  • Biden is not my President!

    rob379rob379Acum 6 Zile
  • It's just meant to prevent accidents, malicious action.

    Bryan LuntBryan LuntAcum 7 Zile
  • A senile kid toucher could accidentally open that.

    El ArrEl ArrAcum 7 Zile
  • Years ago I watched a documentary of a US submarine where they conducted a missile launch drill and the button that launches the missile looks like a handle of a revolver with a flat plate where it is attached to a panel. The pistol grips are stored in a wooden box presumably in the captain’s room. they were black or red, one for the drill and one for the launch - I forget which.

    Daryl CheshireDaryl CheshireAcum 7 Zile
  • Anyone that works with Allen Bradley knows their quality is hit or miss in the electronics department.. don't think I'd use their locks to protect anything if importance

    IamMike86IamMike86Acum 7 Zile
  • where can i get one?

    CY CLONECY CLONEAcum 7 Zile
  • I want one just have it to start my computer nothing else not even to keep my pc safe

    enclaveenclaveAcum 7 Zile
  • "should be a nuclear launch key" is a real suspicious name for a 1:40 video

    Mark FitzPatrickMark FitzPatrickAcum 7 Zile
  • What’s a lock that you have t yet been able to crack

    Alfie KaripAlfie KaripAcum 7 Zile
  • NOOO! Now WE ALL DOOMED!

    Oscar DOscar DAcum 7 Zile
  • That looks like a tire pressure monitor that's built into the rim

    Xavier BolivarXavier BolivarAcum 7 Zile
  • tbf the point isnt really to make it pick proof, just to make it impossible to use the wrong key.

    TheSpoonKingTheSpoonKingAcum 7 Zile
  • It's funny, the actual key they use to send nukes looks like something for a shitty drawer or school locker.

    DudeInWalmartDudeInWalmartAcum 7 Zile
  • "This should be a nuclear launch key" "its pretty easy to pick" hmm

    Karl PaffKarl PaffAcum 7 Zile
  • Im just looking for my comment

    eca azatoeca azatoAcum 7 Zile
  • They are safety devices if they cant be easily opened with a screwdriver its good enough

    dicekardicekarAcum 7 Zile
  • My workplace is full of Allen bradley electronics. Not impressed with them...

    FuseFuseAcum 8 Zile
  • Supposedly, when congress demanded that the military require a code before launching missiles, the military created and code and implemented a system where the code was required. Problem.. The code was simply 8 zero's. That story is in dispute but my guess is that it is probably true

    Christopher MendlaChristopher MendlaAcum 8 Zile
  • would that not qualify more as a failsafe than an actual device to completely prevent entry?

    cominatrixcominatrixAcum 8 Zile
  • *Biden currently sweating in his office*

    Eddy.G DelaleuEddy.G DelaleuAcum 8 Zile
  • So if you managed to clone yourself.. sneak into some nuclear base.. you could pick both nuclear launch thingies like in the movie?!

    bretton fosterbretton fosterAcum 8 Zile
  • I know this lock key from plastic granulate dryers.

    marcel151marcel151Acum 8 Zile
  • I absolutely love how your videos are just straight to the point. Not fifteen minutes of fluff before the two minutes that we actually care about lol

    StrakStrakAcum 8 Zile
  • Lol we have these where I work its more of a key thing than a lock thing if the key isn't inside it won't turn on so you take the key out go into the moving parts area and no one can start it with out the key. It has the springy blade cover to push the key out of the hole so you cant just turn it off and go inside it will pop out and fall onto the floor that way someone doesn't just turn it and hit start.

    Thomas KennedyThomas KennedyAcum 8 Zile
  • It isn designed to be pick-safe, is only a safety switch

    dmartinr41dmartinr41Acum 8 Zile
  • We have similar interlock keys used at work for particle accelerator safety systems on the doors. Of course, picking it would just shut off the beam or piece of machinery anyway so they're not really used as a key for securing stuff - basically just for personnel safety systems.

    Dan WhiteDan WhiteAcum 8 Zile
  • Can you try the actual launch codes next?

    WhatAreYouBuyenWhatAreYouBuyenAcum 8 Zile
  • How can you say that That lock should be the nuclear launch key if it is easy to pick?? 😂😂

    Kryptex ScavengerKryptex ScavengerAcum 8 Zile
  • Is it really supposed to be a lock though?

    Anon AnonAnon AnonAcum 8 Zile
  • I feel like a D&D rogue watching an educational video just for rogues.

    dominichokagedominichokageAcum 8 Zile
  • This one is a little misleading. The key and lock are not there to secure anything of value, rather to prevent accidental energising of equipment or machinery while it is under maintenance.

    Mark JohnsonMark JohnsonAcum 8 Zile
  • "Don't worry sir our nukes are completely safe, no way they can be accessed." LockPickingLawyer: *"Nothing on one, one click on two..."*

    BlueFire Gaming And CardsBlueFire Gaming And CardsAcum 8 Zile
    • Except by our president... which they (democrats) are trying to take the "football" away. Lol. A no confidence vote if I ever heard one. Can you imagine a committee trying to agree on something like this in the 5 minutes after a sub-launched attack? ROFLMAO

      James MorrissJames MorrissAcum 8 Zile
  • We now know that World War 3 will not be started with harsh words and abrasive sentiment, but with "a little click on three..."

    SoandnbSoandnbAcum 8 Zile
  • @LockPickingLawyer Did you ever try to pick the unpickable lock that other youtuber made for you to pick?

    Frankly FrankFrankly FrankAcum 9 Zile
  • Cia hates this guy

    Wilhelm SmirnovWilhelm SmirnovAcum 9 Zile
  • I think you maybe should think of that "key" more as a loose handle. The safety is in the 4 soldiers with machineguns that are keeping an eye on you. :-) I think it so you do not have an easily accessible turnknop you may risk hitting with your elbow but have to use a tool to turn. :-)

    Fried MuleFried MuleAcum 9 Zile
  • I was curious to see if he actually liked a lock for once

    Mitchell DeanMitchell DeanAcum 9 Zile
  • This lock beeing weak isn't that bog of a deal since it's supposed to be here ro prevent accidental switching, not to lock a gun safe or whatever ^^

    conilasconilasAcum 9 Zile
  • It's not so much a "lock" as it is a "switch with removable action"

    ShuRugal OorusShuRugal OorusAcum 9 Zile
  • What brand of tension tools do you prefer?

    IcharaIcharaAcum 9 Zile
  • Is there a lock he can’t pick?

    CCAcum 9 Zile
  • Nice a new video about pick.....nvm hes already done.

    RTX TyrialRTX TyrialAcum 9 Zile
  • When was this locked?

    Greg GutherGreg GutherAcum 9 Zile
  • Nuclear launch protocol is so complex honestly a doorknob would have the same effect as a key.

    Bob RossBob RossAcum 9 Zile
  • This is the lock picking lawyer and today we will be starting world war 3

    Ebag3000Ebag3000Acum 9 Zile
  • The FBI wants to know your location

    Antonis73Antonis73Acum 9 Zile
  • Did Any one else of a certain age shout 'Rita ' when he said Allen Bradley. UK only btw

    rudman paulrudman paulAcum 9 Zile
  • Just in case people aren't aware, these locks have nothing to do with security. The are designed to be operated by coded keys that remain captive. The only have to resist being opened with the wrong key or basic tools (screwdriver etc). This is a safety device.

    custardavengercustardavengerAcum 9 Zile
  • I love how he doesn't turn this into a 20 min long video. Hope more channels start doing the same. Great job!

    Elpidio NetoElpidio NetoAcum 9 Zile
  • Jesus christ, is there any lock this guy can't pick?

    Space PopeSpace PopeAcum 9 Zile
  • Wow! That is a cool lock I wonder how long it will tak.... "aaaaand it's open"

    PsychoMuffinSDMPsychoMuffinSDMAcum 9 Zile
  • dood :o you are so scary XD

    Michael NielsenMichael NielsenAcum 9 Zile
  • You probably could have skipped all that and shoved a phillips head in there

    D GD GAcum 10 Zile
  • NSA people watching this: 👁👄👁

    Karam KhaldoonKaram KhaldoonAcum 10 Zile
  • We have exactly the same lock at work, for the motor of a spinning apparat to work it has to be inserted near the control unit. To open the compartment with the rotating parts i have to use the this key as well. It is not there to be picking proof but as a safety and insurance tool.

    Fabian KehrerFabian KehrerAcum 10 Zile
  • TL;DR summary of comments. the key and lock in video is not designed for nor intended to be for security. They are physical enforcement of a logic conditions in a control system. Often used for safety but also not primary purpose.

    NexUbraNexUbraAcum 10 Zile
  • These are used for Electrical panels where there is a chance of a panel staying live if you had one standard key for all panels. They are not really a security key in the real sense.

    Free Speech Is Never WrongFree Speech Is Never WrongAcum 10 Zile
  • Also Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself

    Luke SalazarLuke SalazarAcum 10 Zile
  • Where can I buy one?

    halospencer 13halospencer 13Acum 10 Zile
  • Same category as lockout tagout locks. You can break those with your hands. But visually seeing a flouresent lock keeping s machine off is a mental signal its off for a reason don't touch. But if sombody looses a key you can remove it in about 2 seconds

    Brandon DiroccoBrandon DiroccoAcum 10 Zile
  • Stuff made here Stuff made here Stuff made here

    Noahbody CaresNoahbody CaresAcum 10 Zile
  • clicjbaited me

    októoktóAcum 10 Zile
  • If this was actually attached to something and you couldn't see the back you'd be there for a very longer before you actually open it.

    AiichAiichAcum 10 Zile
  • And just like that Kim gets airmail.

    Brad TurnerBrad TurnerAcum 10 Zile
  • Hollywood idea: Soldier A: We need to nuke the city infested with zombies, but we do not have the key to the nuclear launch. Lock picker: I got this.

    End3rW1zEnd3rW1zAcum 10 Zile
  • Let me show you how to pick a nuclear missile activaton lock

    Milan OrlovszkiMilan OrlovszkiAcum 10 Zile
  • Since it is meant to switch an electric current, there would be a mechanical switch. Would it still be possible to turn the knob with the picking tool? Wouldn't it be easier to just unscrew the lock and turn it?

    Joel LüdiJoel LüdiAcum 10 Zile
  • Goddamnit. I thought I'd finally found a good lock

    Aaron TanAaron TanAcum 10 Zile
  • World ended cause lol picked nuclear launch codes in 2 seconnds

    Sgt Joe SmithSgt Joe SmithAcum 10 Zile
  • It is made to be durable and easy to insert the key quickly, not hard to pick. In the event of an emergency shut down you don't want to snap a key off. This would be in the event of a shut down in which emergency cutoffs were not necessary because they can cause dmg or trigger alerts and inspections. This would also be more durable for day to day use and result in a long life, as well as recognizability.

    i Bee Amazini Bee AmazinAcum 10 Zile
  • He just saved Hawaii

    Dustin MDustin MAcum 10 Zile
  • 6 seconds lol

    Stephen LeeStephen LeeAcum 10 Zile
  • I wonder what Michael Madsen thinks of this lock???

    Jeff WolinskiJeff WolinskiAcum 11 Zile
  • So youre saying we could lock pick a nuclear keyhole?

    Pamay PiePamay PieAcum 11 Zile
  • Locks were designed to keep out honest people. Thieves will find a way.

    old fishermanold fishermanAcum 11 Zile
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