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With an 8-digit PIN, the number of possible PIN combinations is 10^8 (100,000,000), ranging from 00000000 to 99999999. So you chance of just guessing the PIN correctly within three tries is about 1 in 33,333,333. So it is of course possible, but extremely unlikely. Note that an attacker could perhaps increase their chances by eliminating some possibilities ...


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No. Secure elements are designed to be resistant to physical attacks. So you shouldn't be able to do anything physical to the chip that allows you to get data off of it. They are designed to prevent unauthorized access to their data so they also are more than just storage devices. While you can desolder the chip and attach wires to its pins in order to ...


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