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Alright, say you have a 4-digit password lock on something. Anything like your phone, PC, suitcase, or TV. The number choices you have are 0-9 for each block. Something like this:

http://img520.imageshack.us/img520/2...inationod9.jpg

Each box can have a number ranging from 0 to 9 and the number could be repeated in the other boxes. Now I know there's like 10,000 possible combination's, but does anyone know how or has a link to something that will generate all the different possibilities.
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Just counting up, like: 0000, 0001, etc. will give you all 10,000 possibilities. A program's speed will be hindered by having to enter each combo individually.
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post #3 of 27
you can make a random event in VB...

A Loop that stops at >10000
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do a search for brute force password crackers
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Originally Posted by McStuff View Post
Just counting up, like: 0000, 0001, etc. will give you all 10,000 possibilities. A program's speed will be hindered by having to enter each combo individually.
I'm lazy, that's why I'm looking for a program .

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you can make a random event in VB...

A Loop that stops at >10000
Don't know how to use VB, although I know someone who does. I'll see what he can do.

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do a search for brute force password crackers
That wouldn't do me any good. I would have to find a password text document that uses 4 digits, which could take some time to find.
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What are you trying to accomplish? Is this an assignment for a programming class or something?
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I'll make you a .exe for it. Give me a minute, though.

But what exactly do you need this for?
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No. I forgot my pin on my phone like an idiot =P.
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post #9 of 27
Well, I'm not sure how this will help you, but here's something that goes through all combinations. OCN wouldn't let me upload a .exe, so I changed the the extension to .zip. If you download the file, change the extension back to .exe and it should work.

If you need the thing to run slower, let me know.
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It'll take forever to do this. You sure this can't be like an iPod where if you just connect it to your computer it'll reset the combination?
    
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