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Zander Rossman Zander Rossman 06.03.2019
Does this mean the knockoffs are actually more secure ?
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Ray Finnegan Ray Finnegan 01.03.2019
In defense of the lock, these are mostly used as a safety deterrent, not as prevention. The lock takes liability away from the construction company if a kid breaks in and gets hurt. The common keying is most likely due to the high number of keys lost by workers.
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Travis Cleary Travis Cleary 31.01.2019
Fun fact, using common key locks is also prevalent in the electrical supply and distribution industry. One could easily get into every room of an 11/33kV and sometimes even 110kV substation in my particular area with a single key. This is also the case for stand-alone assets like transformers and 11kV switchgear. Hell, some switchgear isn&#39;t even locked, plenty of pole mounted switchgear could be operated easily with a long stick. Rather surprisingly this happens extremely infrequently, the far more common act of vandalism is people stealing copper earths from poles which requires nothing but a set of cable cutters (or an axe if you&#39;re a barbarian). At first I found it surprising, but really as we all know a lock generally requires only minimal determination and the right tools to defeat so trying to make things ultra-secure would be an act of futility.<br /><br />PS Cheers LPL, your videos always entertain and delight me, and also make me constantly afraid my bike will be stolen! :D
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B H Hansen B H Hansen 23.01.2019
Dear Sir<br />I just finished watching CNBC Shark Tank. They showed an young inventor who came up with a Benjilock. I was wondering if you ave rated it. I’m eagerly waiting your reply. Thx. Bill.
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arnoldhau1 arnoldhau1 20.01.2019
I guess having different keys would be logistically quite complicated on building sites and the like, therefore the security is compromised here. I see why you dislike it, but I can also understand why it is done.<br /><br />Maybe with modern electronic locks this could be solved. But then again, it seems they are all flawed as well.
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Remy Romano Remy Romano 16.01.2019
Many certified aircraft also use the same key.
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TheLaXandro TheLaXandro 12.01.2019
&gt;shoddily made knockoff is more secure than a quality brand-name lock
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OFF ROAD OFF ROAD 09.01.2019
John deer and case do same thing. My friends and I moved a few JD items over to the case dealer and drove a few case items back to the JD lot.
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Ninjahat Ninjahat 09.01.2019
Happy new year, sir. Great job exposing these high risk security flaws.
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chicken chicken 08.01.2019
The worst lock in the world?
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Moritz Moritz 07.01.2019
Could that be to protect humans from construction sites instead of the other way around? Then, only people who know what they&#39;re doing will get access.
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Thomas Neal Thomas Neal 07.01.2019
&quot;ignorant of this common keying&quot;<br /><br />no more bliss on that front.
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Charles Whaley Charles Whaley 07.01.2019
Who cares??? Has there ever been a police chase with a stolen bulldozer going down the freeway? Or any other road? The locks are not intended to be taken seriously, any more than ignition keys on a farm tractor. Where are you going to go with it before being put behind bars?
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JJJ SMITH JJJ SMITH 07.01.2019
Im going to add if looking at the pretty colors(yellow/Black) in my opinion in working on many pieces of small equipment from the &quot;Big Box Stores&quot; I can honestly say that even though it look really nice and pretty PLEASE spend about $2-400.00 more at an authorized retailer, or hardware storein addition to keeping it out of the weather and adding fuel treatment ALL year round.
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Daniel Young Daniel Young 06.01.2019
The locks are used for isolating machines and other holding body locks in position etc
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Jacob Harris Jacob Harris 06.01.2019
will you ever write your views on locks in general, as most locks are defeatable with brute force. eg bolt cutters and hardened core types only guard against the rare 1% that have technical skills to beat the lock with out destructive means. Its been my view take most people willing to bypass the locks will do so with force and not skill as it takes less time and knowledge. Given the criminal mindset they will just break the lock not learn how to defeat it with technical skills. you have a vast range of skills to defeat the locks on a technical level but most criminals just break the lock to gain access.
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Exceller8 Exceller8 06.01.2019
Wow!! ??
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theblueboy20 theblueboy20 06.01.2019
It’s the same with most of there heavy machinery one key fits all sorta thing
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Jim Whitehead Jim Whitehead 05.01.2019
What lock would be better for a construction site with multiple shifts? A combo lock? Something electronic (like Realtor lock-boxes today) that records what keys are used?
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Clive Flint Clive Flint 05.01.2019
No one will notice. Lol

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