Running a Brute Force Attack Simulation...

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    Actually, the release version only takes about 1 minute to break a 4 digit one. Prolly an hour to do 5, havent tried it yet. But my laptop crunches about 18,000 keys per second, that's not too bad.
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    wait.... this may be moot but couldnt u test each option like this?
    Code:
    char password[8]
    char allchars[256] = "abcdefghijklm...."l;  \\ and so on;
    \\then
    for(int a; a < 8; a++)
    {
        for(int b; b < 256; b++)
        {
          password[a] = allchars[b];
          passwordtest(password);
        }
    }
    where passwordtest tests if the password is right?

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