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Brute Force + Pin = Total_Time_To_Crack < 60 sec
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TalinSharma

Brute Force Always Succeeds!

Pin Breaker

You enter a 4 digit pin and it does the rest!


Features:

  • Tells How Many Attempts It Needed
  • Tells How Long It Took
  • Gives an IMPORTANT Tip!

Known Bugs:

  • Audio Sometimes Leaves An Error
    • Please Help
  • Sometimes Does Not Show Total Time It Took
    • Please Explain Why!

Please put comments/bugs encountered/etc. in the comments!


Thanks!

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JaberAl-Mamari1
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KENNETHTRIPP
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KENNETHTRIPP

nice, https://repl.it/@KENNETHTRIPP/Password-Guesser#main.py
Here's mine (you can do any number of characters) I don't really know if it counts though. read the code and tell me if it is actually practical.

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TalinSharma

Not Bad....
You didn't even need much code!
Just many people have uppercase and lowercase letters in their password so...

@KENNETHTRIPP

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KENNETHTRIPP

I have upper and lowercase in mine.

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TalinSharma

Oh... Sorry!
Lol
@KENNETHTRIPP

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KENNETHTRIPP

It's fine @TalinSharma

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KENNETHTRIPP

I upvoted (:

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Bookie0

Screen Shot 2020-12-03 at 3.08.40 PM

also

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TalinSharma

That is the audio bug! I am going to try what you said below!

@Bookie0

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TalinSharma

No upvote?
Aww! lol
@TalinSharma

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Bookie0

@TalinSharma okie cool

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Bookie0

ehh you shouldnt really ask for upvotes, but try to fix those bugs and I'll see! ;) @TalinSharma

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TalinSharma

Does it work now?
@Bookie0

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Bookie0

aight lemme try! :) @TalinSharma

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Bookie0

hum, I don't hear it..

also a suggestion, you could try to 'hack' 1, 2, or 3, digit pins as you've already done it for 4, you could do it for those numbers! :D @TalinSharma

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TalinSharma

Yeah! Cool Idea!
Except I a pretty sure I can do this with js so I'll just make a website... Simpler!
@Bookie0

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TalinSharma

Do you know why? (sound)
@Bookie0

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Bookie0
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Bookie0

@TalinSharma hum not sure, try looking at the doc I shared.

oh, maybe try to add volume = 1 and loop = 0 at the top..

but yea look at the docs again, you can try to test it first by copying all the python code, then start removing the unnecessary stuff and try to get it to work! :D

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TalinSharma

trying

@Bookie0

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Bookie0

cool, gl! ;) @TalinSharma

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Bookie0

btw I don't hear the audio thing, you have to do source = audio.play_file("done.mp3") ;)

otherwise, pretty cool! What about adding some colors! :)

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TalinSharma

Okay! I will try some colors!
What do I do with the source then? Like how do I use it?

@Bookie0

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Bookie0

@TalinSharma instead of audio.play_file("done.mp3") do source = audio.play_file("done.mp3")
check the docs out for more! ;)

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TalinSharma

K
Thanks!
@Bookie0

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Bookie0
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Gives a IMPORTANT Tip!

*an

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TalinSharma
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TalinSharma

Fixed! LOL
@Bookie0

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Bookie0
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