Heh, actually my first ATM card had a 5 digit pin in the 90's which most ATM machines were quite happy with... but by 2000 most started only allowing 4 digit pins which always perplexed me since I'd think the longer the better.
It's a joke. It's every number from 0000 to 9999 so if you use a 4 digit pin, it'll be in there, but attaching the right pin with the right account, that's the tricky bit that they didn't do at all. It's a joke, nothing to be alarmed about.
I thought it was going to read like this: "so everyone should begin to understand why we need to transition to the new sub-dermal method of currency. Haloberton are just the people to keep us safe and protected from the likes of these hackers. Micro-chips under the skin is now in our very near future!".... THE END
lol, I could "leak" all pin number too! just give me a few minutes to write a code that writes all numbers from 0 to 9999 in a four digit format! that is all this is. I did get a good laugh out of it XD.
To early. You had made looking for my number. Doubting this was real but doing it anyway. And when I found it, pretending to look at another number and even touching the other number in case it was eye censored or touch sensitive. Talk about paranoia. Dish me up a big scoop.
Interesting, the list contains all possible code combinations for a 4-digit code. Of course all pins are listed! It doesn't take a genius to understand that! And as others have mentioned, credit cards don't have PINS, DUH!!!
mine is in there between lines 320-467...good luck. This isn't ATM pin codes, and it doesn't take a hacker to release it. This is an algorithm that simply computes all four digit numbers in sequential order. This post is lame.
is this for idiots? obviously one of them should be yours as this has all the possible numbers! there cannot be out of this. Also one number could be for many users. I would eat this if you could publish the card details for each number. just HOAX....rubbish