We randomly select a four-digit number. Visitors guess the number until someone gets it right. Then we randomly select another four-digit number and start again.
First, to have some fun. Second, to track the results and see what we learn.
Well, for example, what’s the most commonly guessed PIN?
Not surprisingly, it’s 1234, which is guessed 2.04% of the time, or approximately 1 out of every 50 guesses.
Do we really have to tell you?
While we’ve taken multiple steps to secure the site and don’t associate your guesses with any personally identifiable information, why risk it? Don’t trust us or anyone else on the internet. Never enter your personal PIN anywhere but at a secure ATM.
No, that would make it a “Personal Identification Number Number” and make you guilty of RAS Syndrome.
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