Click Here to Kill Everybody Available as an Audiobook

Click Here to Kill Everybody is finally available on Audible.com. I have ten download codes. Not having anything better to do with them, here they are:

  1. HADQSSFC98WCQ
  2. LDLMC6AJLBDJY
  3. YWSY8CXYMQNJ6
  4. JWM7SGNUXX7DB
  5. UPKAJ6MHB2LEF
  6. M85YN36UR926H
  7. 9ULE4NFAH2SLF
  8. GU7A79GSDCXAT
  9. 9K8Q4RX6DKL84
  10. M92GB246XY7JN

Congratulations to the first ten people to try to use them.

EDITED TO ADD (12/30): All the codes are long gone.

Posted on December 28, 2018 at 12:11 PM • 6 Comments

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WeatherDecember 28, 2018 1:22 PM

Encryption they were all high, plus I brought lies and outlines(you didn't mention me at the back as info) but I will buy paper, it still can be used as a heat source :)

Might come back to that

NetoDecember 28, 2018 1:55 PM

> Congratulations to the first ten people to try to use them.

Implying 10 people got them and not one guy with a bot...

Impossibly StupidDecember 28, 2018 4:32 PM

@TimH

That's generally not how promo codes work. They usually get pre-generated with random numbers (looks like maybe 64 bits in this case and then probably encoded with a base-32 character set) which are then assigned to an inventory item with additional metadata (e.g., expiration date, redemption account, etc.). Without a database entry for it, you wouldn't be able to just calculate a new code and use it.

Of course, it would be amusing if Audible used a sub-standard scheme when offering up a security-related work like Bruce's . . .

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