Unshielded padlock bypass
You push the lockpick right in, ignoring the pins and you'll feel a plate at the back springing back and forth.
You can use a small knife or whatever so long as it clears the pins and fits in.
The idea is you catch the plate or bar or whatever it is and move it slightly down while keeping the pick pressing the spring back.
The bar disengages from the shackle and the lock springs open.
This is called an unshielded padlock.
Most padlocks are shielded.
You can tell when you push the lockpick right in if it is springing against something or not.
Ps this lock was very cheap.