The algorithm that threat actors could use is a password list that runs from 0000000 to 9999999 . Since pi uses all 10 digits, we know that each of the 7 spaces have 10 variations, the number of combinations would be 10^7. Using a program like Hydra or Medusa could crack it in a matter of hours.
The password is “forever” as it goes on forever and a letter can be a variable such as X and can represent a number in its place so 7 letters to become 7 variables which is the last 7 numbers of pi because pi in infinite and would require variables
That would actually be pretty easy to hack. Only 7 digits and each digit has 10 possible options? You could set up a bot to brute force that and be in before too long
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