Assume my prime generation is as follows:
Pick a number $p$ between 1000 and 9999. $p=abcd$.
Make sure $p$ is prime
Construct $q$ such by taking the last 2 digits of $p$ and the first 2 digits of $p$, i.e. $q=cdab$
Make sure $q$ is prime.
Is the resulting $n = p·q$ more easily factorable?
My gut feeling says yes but I can't see why? I thought about Coppersmith but in this case, we don't have any common bit between $p$ and $q$ that are also at the same place. Is there a weakness?