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What is the best way to create a QR code that links to a PDF file for my yearbook? How can I ensure this QR code stays scannable?
To the best of my knowledge it is not possible to have sex with a QR code, and QR codes are not sentient, so the question of non-consensual sex with a QR code doesn’t even come up. Or were you thinking of “QR code abuse” as scribbling on it so it can’t be read? Scanning a QR code does not, by itself, visit a website. A QR code is a bunch of ink on cardboard or paper, or maybe an image on a phone screen. It does not “know” it has been scanned. Scanners need not emit light if there is sufficient room light. Assuming that each distributed copy of a QR code has a different serial number, a web site with associatred database can keep track of how many times that QR code has been used to visit it, and implement things like one-use tickets or discounts. Copies of a QR code will have the same serial number as the original. Once one of the copies has been used, the rest are invalid. Do not forget that the user can see the URL in the QR code and possibly type it in and alter it, so some effort should be made to make guessing a valid serial number difficult. Using all the numbers between 1 and 100,000,000 is way too simple. Using a formula in a computer to generate valid serial numbers begs the hacker to figure out that formula. If a one-time-use QR code offers a valuable perk, such as in-game resources or a free add-on, hackers will attempt to write a “serial number generator” allowing users to grab all the perks before the associated products have even been manufactured. You don’t want this to happen. Your customers won’t get the bonus you’ve advertised. That leads to complaints and bad publicity. Do not put one-time-use or several-time-use QR codes on the outside of a box. Customers walking by the display can use them before the product is sold. This is similar to some gift cards where credit can be used before purchase with spy satellites from orbit, or by customers with camera-phones walking by the display. Here’s one way to generate serial numbers. split the serial number into two parts. One part starts at 1 and goes up as high as needed to make all the serial numbers different. The other part is, say, 4 digits and is generated by rolling 4 d10 dice, giving a (probably) different random 4-digit number as part of each serial number. However, that’s a LOT of dice rolling (4 dice x millions of products). Each product has a serial number with the two parts combined. Guessing one at random gives a 1 in 10,000 chance of success. The web site should attempt to stop massive serial-number guessing attempts from the same IP by introducing long pauses between failed attempts or temporary bans on an IP address.
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Using the same serial number multiple times is still not good. You should try to use a custom QR code that does not use every conceivable possible number in every possible place, like all the digits between 1 and 10,000,000. You don’t want the customer guessing your product's serial number! If customers can guess the serial number, they will have access to your product. A QR code should allow access to every conceivable feature that the code can make available to the customer. The code should include a unique code, and if possible use one word per line. This makes the code easier to type. The same word in the code can mean anything. You don’t want to let your product get into the hands of hackers and scammers. As far as I know you can’t run a QR code service that sells something as a result of a.