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They stole this from Splinter Cell.
Yes..the code can contain these 4 numbers, but then you have to think how long the code actually is. Is it just the 4 numbers? 5? 6? No telling from it. So there are a lot more possibilities than first meets the eye.
While you still can’t guess the length of the code, the number of permutations is radically reduced by seeing what buttons are frequently used. You could easily brute force that in a matter of minutes.
Assuming there are 4 numbers in the code, like most security codes:
Start with 1 first:
Then 9, then 0
Total 24 combinations, good luck!