Barskor1: And nothing stops them from going a traditional rout if the "Bump" does not
work like kicking your door in, using contact paper and breaking/cutting a
window, pushing your sliding door up and in or breaking it. So get better
lock your alarm a dog and a gun that you wear on your person in a holster
with training on safety and practical shooting.
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Anonymous: If I want to break into your house, I'm going to smash your window with a
brick. The problem isn't the locks, it's the crooks. Why are there so many
people who need to be crooks? Because of currency. Believe it or not, this
world would be so much better if people placed value on humanity, instead
of placing higher value on currency, making human life valued at close to
nothing unless they have money. This world is filled with an abundance of
resources that no one needs currency. We should all work together for the
benefit of the whole, and expect nothing in return for our services. There
are countless millionaires, as well as many billionaires who never have to
work another day in their life, but they do. They continue to work because
they work their passion. Without currency, people could go to school for
free and be educated on their passion for free, to work their passion
freely and contribute to society, blissful, happy, secure with warm houses,
food and water. This is the world we need, not a world where greed and
monetary status triumphs.
Alcatraz Locksmith: Good video, and well done. Kudos to the production staff for not showing
the bump key making process, but instead showing the weakness of locks
designed over 90 years ago. There are relatively inexpensive locks that can
be purchased and installed on homes that have been designed to combat this
method of unauthorized entry.
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Jose pasada: Wait, what the heck is a bump key?
There are standard, high security, bump and pick resistant locks and
deadbolts… you know that there’s a difference in price and security of each
type of lock, but how do you know which one you need?
The bad news is, if you have a “standard” lock, it’s not too easy for
anyone who knows what they're doing to get past it. The point of the
standard lock is to make it more difficult to get inside without an exact
copy of the key. Unfortunately, with just a standard lock, you're really
not making it that much more challenging to get inside. A potential
intruder who knows what he’s doing could “pick” or “bump” your lock
relatively quickly and quietly, without making a ton of noise or drawing
attention to himself.
In the vast majority of The Seattle apartments, the key they hand you when
you move into an apartment with a standard lock is the same key, or a copy
of the same key, that several residents before you had — not to mention
anyone else they gave a copy to.
Changing the cylinder in your standard lock means you'll have a new key
that opens it. This will prevent some idiot who has the old key from just
walking in. But that’s pretty much all you get; others can still pick it
You know what lockpicking is, and maybe even tried it once or twice when
you were locked out. But what’s a bump key? That’s when some doofus creates
a standard key for standard locks that can be inserted, and when the lock
is bumped lightly or even vibrated with a tool, someone with a little skill
can jostle the lock mechanism just right so that they can open the door
with the bump key. Yep, scary (and annoying) stuff. Here’s a kinda cheesy
but true news video about easy it is to bump a lock.
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john guy: Does it damage the lock just wondering not a criminal I swear
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Zak Good: Lock Bumping: Dangers and Prevention
Lock bumping, also known as key bumping, is a skill sweeping the crime
world and wiping out even the slightest traces of home and family security.
With this recent rise in break-in crime, many people are left wondering
what lock bumping is, who it can happen to and what they can do to prevent
Lock bumping is simply the applying of pressure to a special "bump key" in
order to cause the inner pins/tumblers of a conventional lock to jump out
of place, allowing the key to be turned in a matter of seconds. The keys
are very easy to come by, with videos and instructions available across the
internet. Entire lock bumping sets are sold for very little with no
restrictions for purchase. It is estimated that nine out of ten American
homes can be susceptible to lock bumping without even realizing it. Many
homeowners stop home protection at locks and monitored security systems.
These two prevention techniques are not enough to stop the evolving
spectrum of skillful theft.
The danger in lock bumping is that most homeowner's insurance policies will
not pay for theft damages and losses without proof of unauthorized entry.
Lock bumping does not show any signs of forced intrusion and leaves little
evidence. Not only do homeowners lose property, but they often do not
receive adequate compensation for their losses.
Unfortunately, most locks made today are still vulnerable to key bumping
and are not resistant to this new security threat. In order to be
protected, a home owner should invest in a high security lock with a higher
security level. This not only prevents lock bumping, but also can be
helpful in keeping burglars from picking locks and making copies of keys
without permission. Installing high security locks can provide exceptional
home protection. Best of all, using them to prevent lock bumping is just as
easy as the crime itself.
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balto1919: Woa my office was locked so I did this and it worked! 😏
avery veldhouse: @tommoex Well I wouldn't know about the UK, I've never been there, but in
the US, at least the part I'm from, News is generally for the benefit of
the people. Granted, they'll advertise a story to get good ratings, and
some networks will put their respective political slants on the issue; and
there are probably some people who tried lock-picking because of this
story; but I'd rather be aware of a slightly bigger problem than ignorant
of a slightly smaller problem.
John P: Wales u.k got it do you have a ps3 I need one of those.
cboldt27011: Google BOLDT Security
Bailey Senger: Its called. DEAD BOLT!
RidiculousBoss: Remove the lock, and knob from your door by taking It apart. Take apart the
lock cylinder and you will have your broken key. Put everything back
together and you're set.
Sam W: The next three years brought me here!
Voidhead: @kingcahoj I'm sure the guy prosecuting you for doing that would understand.
jbsitto: my door opens only with a key card
corteztherobot: ha ha ha i got some of those keys for 2 bucks online at Superbumpkeys. com
and they are the shiznit.
kingcahoj: @Voidhead You just admitted that you don't have the ingeniuity to rig a
shotgun up to fire as a door is opened. There definitely is a void in your
Carlos Samo: Increíble¡¡, no puedo creer que sea tan facil abrir una cerradura de ese
tipo y digo esto porque las que he visto en este video son las típicas que
todos tenemos en nuestras casas. Incredible, I can not believe it's so easy
to pick a lock of this type and I say this because I've seen in this video
are typical we all have in our homes.
MarkB3000: Solution: Big dog/big gun.
tommoex: @AV8AV95 of course they didnt show fully how to do it, but to blindly think
this huge new flash about won't cause a wave of criminal minds is being
blind minded, the news are obviously doing it for money purposes although
they wont say that, if this is such a huge problem it should be up to the
police and the government local councils to promote it not the news as it
always gives a bad perception.
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Ronald Halm: imma go bump sum locks..thanks action news 5
j34hj34h: umm... just make 16 lock on ur door that u can hear if someone is freaking
sockeron: yeah but the show what bump keys look like
icanglow: Good stuff~!
Tim Lewis: Bloody crazy, thanks ya jackasses for showing every would be burglar how to
enter any house! Jackasses!!!
MuseseekerMan: @dereksabastian17 price for having the cops catch you red handed because
the neighbors heard you- jail time
tuttar3: Nothing new.... But gotta give it to them, they make it sound like they
have discovered the meaning of life.
07jessiah: Haha or spend your money on self defense weapon, glad I have my mossberg
500 12G. Make my day!
John Dobrowski: FITTED ANTI BUMP LOCKS IN MY BACK UPVC DOOR......I SLEEP WELL NOW ZZZZZZZZ
Voidhead: @stardestroyer12345 Yeah, I'm sure a shotgun will attack the criminal all
by itself when you're not at home.
avery veldhouse: @tommoex They didn't say HOW to do it, they just said that people do it, so
you need to improve your home security. Yes, they showed someone going
through the motions, but that's the obvious part, they didn't however show
how to make a bump key or where you can get them. Most people won't do
something unless they're persuaded to do it. Telling people to go out and
buy expensive locks without proving why they need them wouldn't garner the
response they're looking for.
Darkwiz666: The only jackass that didn't watch the whole video... BTW, I can break into
your house with a brick too...bricks and bumping would only work where the
'jackassess' didn't have a home alarm.
blenheimears: Regardless of what this video says, Medeco locks can be bumped and also
picked the traditional way. Abloy locks can not be picked or bumped. Abloy
is the only lock I would ever use.
AHillLuke: @Lilsilly24 exactly
GiaDayleub740: hiya relax and enjoy my company
avery veldhouse: @tommoex By the way, I apologize for my first reply, I assumed at first
that you were another internet moron who a)doesn't take in information
b)can barely form legible/sensible thoughts, and/or c)who is so full of
hatred for another idea or belief that they are unable to see the value of
it. I see now that I was mistaken, and you seem to be a well spoken
individual. I just see so many mindless trolls on the internet that it
starts to grate on your nerves and makes you want to argue with them.
SPER: The house I grew up in, in NY we had 4 locks on the front door and bars
over our windows. I remember us getting robbed quite a few times, and a
couple neighbors on our same block getting robbed at gun point on 2
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