The Unimportant safe
I’ve just received a special safe that came from the government. It went through London and a lot more to get to Birmingham. On it, it says ‘to Sam Jackson from the government’. He asked me to crack it open, but the problem is, I don’t know what the password is.
I’ve been up all night trying to crack it but there’s now another problem, the government wants it back in three days! So, on the internet I searched up most common passwords. All it came up with was 1234 and 12345, I tried that. It didn’t work, I knew it wouldn’t work. My brother called and when I picked up the phone he straight away said 1738, then he hung up.
I wondered what that could mean, I called him again, but he didn’t answer. I got an idea, the password. That
could be the it. So I tried it. It worked. I sent it back to the government, but it was nothing important. ‘Yeah next time it will be important, I hope.’