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Does your phone use one of these common PINs?

A recent Pocket-lint blog post reported about the 20 most common mobile phone passcodes (AKA “PINs”) used by mobile phone users revealed in 2019 by a cybersecurity expert. This blog post also lists the most common four-digit and six-digit PINs as determined in 2020 by a German-American team of IT security researchers.

Users of one of these insecure PINs are encourged to read the “How to change your mobile phone PIN” section of the Pocket-lint blog post to learn how to change their PIN.

ARRL Dues and Membership Benefits Survey

On Monday, May 1, ARRL will launch a survey for members, encouraging their participation as we consider a dues increase.

The survey will include some short questions about raising dues and modifying the way some membership benefits are bundled. The survey will also include an opportunity for members to share their feedback.

The participation of every member is important. All RRRA mebers who are ARRL members are strongly urged to complete the survey in May.

The survey will open on May 1 at This is a member-only page.

ARRL Members need to be logged into the ARRL website to take the survey. Members who are not logged in may select the Login button on the top of the web page, and they will be prompted to enter their ARRL website username and password.

ARRL members who have not logged in since April 2022 should use these Login Instructions.

Thank you in advance for completing the survey!

How can we improve the RRRA member experience?

The question what makes your ham club amazing? was asked on the Amateur Radio subreddit by /u/ScaredGorilla902 and generated a significant level of participation.

The replies to this question are full of examples of how other clubs provide good member experiences.

Which ones will RRRA adopt going forward?

Who is willing to do more than endlessly discuss the state of affairs at meetings and actually organize events and activities?

What Leadership Position Will You Fill in 2023

Officers and a board of directors are essential to the operation of the Red River Radio Amateurs and our club owes a debt of gratitude to those who have stepped forward to fill these leadership positions.

But, for the health of our organization, we can not continue to depend upon the same few individuals in perpetuity. It is, therefore, well past time for new officers and board members to step forward from within our membership.

As specified in Article III of the RRRA Bylaws, a leadership election will be conducted during the February Meeting.

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