## What is the most popular 4 digit password?

nearly 11% of the 3.4 million passwords are 1234 !!! The next most popular 4-digit PIN in use is 1111 with over 6% of passwords being this. In third place is 0000 with almost 2%. A table of the top 20 found passwords in shown at the right….The Data.

PIN | Freq | |
---|---|---|

#1 | 1234 | 10.713% |

#2 | 1111 | 6.016% |

#3 | 0000 | 1.881% |

#4 | 1212 | 1.197% |

### What is the best four-digit number?

9999

the greatest four-digit number is 9999.

#### What are the chances of guessing a 4 digit code?

In 4 decimal digits there are 10,000 (0000 to 9999) possible values. The odds of any one of them coming up randomly is one in 10,000. A specific “4 digit number” would have 1/9000 chance, since there are 9000 4 digit numbers (1000-9999).

**How many possible combinations are there for a 4 digit lock?**

There are 10,000 possible combinations that the digits 0-9 can be arranged into to form a four-digit code.

**Which is the most popular 10 digit password?**

(Ranked at #17 for the 10-digit password is 3141592654 — the first digits of Pi, so that’s at least a little more imaginative). [clear] What about the least popular PINs? At the bottom at #10,000 is 8068 — but that’s not a great idea for your new PIN now that it’s been exposed. The 20 least popular PINs don’t appear to have any predictability.

## Which is the most common 4 digit PIN number?

Numerically based (0-9) 4-digit PIN numbers only allow for a total of 10,000 possible combinations, so it stands to reason that some combinations are going to be far more common than others.

### Which is the most common 4 digit code in the world?

There are 10,000 possible combinations of digits from 0000 through 9999, and each of those were represented in the dataset. So out of the 10,000 possible combinations for four-digit codes, which is the most popular?

#### What’s the least popular pin number in the world?

Yup, 12345 for five digits, 123456 for six digits and so on. (Ranked at #17 for the 10-digit password is 3141592654 — the first digits of Pi, so that’s at least a little more imaginative). [clear] What about the least popular PINs? At the bottom at #10,000 is 8068 — but that’s not a great idea for your new PIN now that it’s been exposed.