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Semovente1

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Semovente1

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* There are 3 extrapolation methods: basic, engine and advanced * .?

The basic: consists of 2 types of extrapolation: similarity and activation
The engine: consists of the automation of advanced extrapolation. Services like Namso offer them.

The advanced: it consists of 4 types of extrapolation: this has a lot of influence on the whole theme of logic and mathematics, this is the most effective extrapolation.

Basic:
Activation: If you have the CC, which in this case is 4915 1101 9176 8499, there is a simple step, delete the last six numbers and replace them with X.
Final: 4915 1101 91xx xxxx

Similarity:
Requires having 2 CCs of the same BIN.
So: 4915 1101 9176 8499
4915 1101 7692 8790

We must separate the first 6 numbers of the CC:
[491511] | [0191768499]
[491511] | [0176928790]

And, they will look at the second group:
[0191768499] and [0176928790]

Then, they will check SIMILARITIES between these two, that is, you will:
[0191768499]
[0176928790]
Sort them this way, and then compare. If they have the same number, they remain the same, if not, they are replaced by an X, that is:
[0191768499]
[0176928790]
= [01xxxx8x9x]

Now, put the bin together with your result: 49151101xxxx8x9x

Engine:
Automatic methods to generate advanced generic extrapolations.
How do i do it?

Namso, or other CCGens

Advanced:

This is a complex, but very good for generating lives. Very few people know it, since it was extracted from the SoFlA card generation software of a bank
b10 * sum:
T1: 4915 1101 7692 8790
T2: 4915 1101 9176 8499

For this method, we must use only the 10 digits of two CCs. But how do I do if the CCs have different numbers?

OK:

Of the third group, only the 2 numbers of the half will be used:
4915 1101 x69x xxxx
4915 1101 x17x xxxx

They add:
6 + 1 = 07
9 + 7 = 16

From these results, the number is divided by 2

6 + 1 = 7 = 3.5
9 + 7 = 16 = 08

Then, multiply by 5.

6 + 1 = 7 = 3.5 = 17.5
9 + 7 = 16 = 08 = 40

If there is a decimal (.?) And the number is two digits, the decimal is deleted.
And the result adds up:

17 + 40 = 57

So it would end

4915 1101 57xx xxxx

Logical indentation:
4915 1101 7692 8790

We must separate the first 6 numbers of the CC:
[491511] | [0176928790]

And, they will look at the second group:
[0176928790]

Then, this group should be separated in mode (3-4-3), that is:
[017] [6928] [790]
And, delete the central number:
[0x7] [6xx8] [7x0]

Then, they order the BIN with the rest:

Final Result: 4915110x76xx87x0

MaTerialDInVerter:

This is a private algorithm which affects the cards generated after mid-2017, it was taken from the SoFlA software of the Banco de Bogota.

This is the most, most complex of all and has a 100% security of taking lives if you use it well.

This method requires 2 CCs, which are usually issued between October 2016 to February 2017

So:
T1: 4915 1101 7692 8790
T2: 4915 1101 9176 8499

You have to separate T1 and T2 into 2 groups of 8 digits:
T1: [49151101] [76928790]
T2: [49151101] [91768499]

Now, you will grab T2 and you will order it as follows:

1st group x 2nd group
4 x 9
9 x 1
1 x 7
5x6
1 x 8
1 x 4
0x9
1 x 9

And you multiply it:
4 x 9 = 36
9 x 1 = 9
1 x 7 = 7
5 x 6 = 30
1 x 8 = 8
1 x 4 = 4
0 x 9 = 0
1 x 9 = 9

You will write each result on a pasted line: 3697308409

Credit: Telegram @bins123
NB: Use good checker for making those
 

Lyra 2.0

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Lyra 2.0

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Sep 28, 2019
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* There are 3 extrapolation methods: basic, engine and advanced * .

The basic: consists of 2 types of extrapolation: similarity and activation
The engine: consists of the automation of advanced extrapolation. Services like Namso offer them.

The advanced: it consists of 4 types of extrapolation: this has a lot of influence on the whole theme of logic and mathematics, this is the most effective extrapolation.

Basic:
Activation: If you have the CC, which in this case is 4915 1101 9176 8499, there is a simple step, delete the last six numbers and replace them with X.
Final: 4915 1101 91xx xxxx

Similarity:
Requires having 2 CCs of the same BIN.
So: 4915 1101 9176 8499
4915 1101 7692 8790

We must separate the first 6 numbers of the CC:
[491511] | [0191768499]
[491511] | [0176928790]

And, they will look at the second group:
[0191768499] and [0176928790]

Then, they will check SIMILARITIES between these two, that is, you will:
[0191768499]
[0176928790]
Sort them this way, and then compare. If they have the same number, they remain the same, if not, they are replaced by an X, that is:
[0191768499]
[0176928790]
= [01xxxx8x9x]

Now, put the bin together with your result: 49151101xxxx8x9x

Engine:
Automatic methods to generate advanced generic extrapolations.
How do i do it?

Namso, or other CCGens

Advanced:

This is a complex, but very good for generating lives. Very few people know it, since it was extracted from the SoFlA card generation software of a bank
b10 * sum:
T1: 4915 1101 7692 8790
T2: 4915 1101 9176 8499

For this method, we must use only the 10 digits of two CCs. But how do I do if the CCs have different numbers?

OK:

Of the third group, only the 2 numbers of the half will be used:
4915 1101 x69x xxxx
4915 1101 x17x xxxx

They add:
6 + 1 = 07
9 + 7 = 16

From these results, the number is divided by 2

6 + 1 = 7 = 3.5
9 + 7 = 16 = 08

Then, multiply by 5.

6 + 1 = 7 = 3.5 = 17.5
9 + 7 = 16 = 08 = 40

If there is a decimal (.?) And the number is two digits, the decimal is deleted.
And the result adds up:

17 + 40 = 57

So it would end

4915 1101 57xx xxxx

Logical indentation:
4915 1101 7692 8790

We must separate the first 6 numbers of the CC:
[491511] | [0176928790]

And, they will look at the second group:
[0176928790]

Then, this group should be separated in mode (3-4-3), that is:
[017] [6928] [790]
And, delete the central number:
[0x7] [6xx8] [7x0]

Then, they order the BIN with the rest:

Final Result: 4915110x76xx87x0

MaTerialDInVerter:

This is a private algorithm which affects the cards generated after mid-2017, it was taken from the SoFlA software of the Banco de Bogota.

This is the most, most complex of all and has a 100% security of taking lives if you use it well.

This method requires 2 CCs, which are usually issued between October 2016 to February 2017

So:
T1: 4915 1101 7692 8790
T2: 4915 1101 9176 8499

You have to separate T1 and T2 into 2 groups of 8 digits:
T1: [49151101] [76928790]
T2: [49151101] [91768499]

Now, you will grab T2 and you will order it as follows:

1st group x 2nd group
4 x 9
9 x 1
1 x 7
5x6
1 x 8
1 x 4
0x9
1 x 9

And you multiply it:
4 x 9 = 36
9 x 1 = 9
1 x 7 = 7
5 x 6 = 30
1 x 8 = 8
1 x 4 = 4
0 x 9 = 0
1 x 9 = 9

You will write each result on a pasted line: 3697308409

Credit: Telegram @bins123
NB: Use good checker for making those
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endiablado

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endiablado

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* There are 3 extrapolation methods: basic, engine and advanced * .

The basic: consists of 2 types of extrapolation: similarity and activation
The engine: consists of the automation of advanced extrapolation. Services like Namso offer them.

The advanced: it consists of 4 types of extrapolation: this has a lot of influence on the whole theme of logic and mathematics, this is the most effective extrapolation.

Basic:
Activation: If you have the CC, which in this case is 4915 1101 9176 8499, there is a simple step, delete the last six numbers and replace them with X.
Final: 4915 1101 91xx xxxx

Similarity:
Requires having 2 CCs of the same BIN.
So: 4915 1101 9176 8499
4915 1101 7692 8790

We must separate the first 6 numbers of the CC:
[491511] | [0191768499]
[491511] | [0176928790]

And, they will look at the second group:
[0191768499] and [0176928790]

Then, they will check SIMILARITIES between these two, that is, you will:
[0191768499]
[0176928790]
Sort them this way, and then compare. If they have the same number, they remain the same, if not, they are replaced by an X, that is:
[0191768499]
[0176928790]
= [01xxxx8x9x]

Now, put the bin together with your result: 49151101xxxx8x9x

Engine:
Automatic methods to generate advanced generic extrapolations.
How do i do it?

Namso, or other CCGens

Advanced:

This is a complex, but very good for generating lives. Very few people know it, since it was extracted from the SoFlA card generation software of a bank
b10 * sum:
T1: 4915 1101 7692 8790
T2: 4915 1101 9176 8499

For this method, we must use only the 10 digits of two CCs. But how do I do if the CCs have different numbers?

OK:

Of the third group, only the 2 numbers of the half will be used:
4915 1101 x69x xxxx
4915 1101 x17x xxxx

They add:
6 + 1 = 07
9 + 7 = 16

From these results, the number is divided by 2

6 + 1 = 7 = 3.5
9 + 7 = 16 = 08

Then, multiply by 5.

6 + 1 = 7 = 3.5 = 17.5
9 + 7 = 16 = 08 = 40

If there is a decimal (.?) And the number is two digits, the decimal is deleted.
And the result adds up:

17 + 40 = 57

So it would end

4915 1101 57xx xxxx

Logical indentation:
4915 1101 7692 8790

We must separate the first 6 numbers of the CC:
[491511] | [0176928790]

And, they will look at the second group:
[0176928790]

Then, this group should be separated in mode (3-4-3), that is:
[017] [6928] [790]
And, delete the central number:
[0x7] [6xx8] [7x0]

Then, they order the BIN with the rest:

Final Result: 4915110x76xx87x0

MaTerialDInVerter:

This is a private algorithm which affects the cards generated after mid-2017, it was taken from the SoFlA software of the Banco de Bogota.

This is the most, most complex of all and has a 100% security of taking lives if you use it well.

This method requires 2 CCs, which are usually issued between October 2016 to February 2017

So:
T1: 4915 1101 7692 8790
T2: 4915 1101 9176 8499

You have to separate T1 and T2 into 2 groups of 8 digits:
T1: [49151101] [76928790]
T2: [49151101] [91768499]

Now, you will grab T2 and you will order it as follows:

1st group x 2nd group
4 x 9
9 x 1
1 x 7
5x6
1 x 8
1 x 4
0x9
1 x 9

And you multiply it:
4 x 9 = 36
9 x 1 = 9
1 x 7 = 7
5 x 6 = 30
1 x 8 = 8
1 x 4 = 4
0 x 9 = 0
1 x 9 = 9

You will write each result on a pasted line: 3697308409

Credit: Telegram @bins123
NB: Use good checker for making those
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