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A program/bot for guessing 4-Digit PIN Number

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Guy27

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Is there a program that is able to guess a 4 digit pin number. with guessing alot of times. 

 

 

 

 

Thanks. 

 

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noknojon

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I do not think so.

 

It would require a code to get 0001 (base number) x 9999 maximum numbers and not make any errors. That is a minimum 99,990,001 (I have estimated).

In most computer code attempts you are locked out after 3 or 4 attempts. Also a credit card is swallowed after about 3 or so misses.

 

Not meaning you are planning anything, but I would say no !!


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Yisroel

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I'll not go into whether it is a possible thing to do or not, since it is clearly against this site's TOU which states: "Due to the nature of online help we are not able to verify ownership, and will not be able to help bypass or recover any user passwords, cd keys, license codes, serial numbers, etc."

 

But as to what you - "noknojon" - estimated for it to be about 100 million possible combinattion, I wanna point out that to be correct there are only 10,000 possible combinations in a 4 digit pin number. The calculation for this is 10^4 (or, 10 to the power of 4, which is like saying 10*10*10*10) which totals 10,000.


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We don't offer help to defeat passwords, this thread is now closed.


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