posted on Oct, 26 2005 @ 09:50 AM
Originally posted by Relentless
Originally posted by frayed1
Don't forget, the word zero ( or actually zEro), might be the key as well as the numeral 0. ( I tried messing about with " zEro" on one of
those encryption sites....unfortunately I have no knowledge of the subject.....but it gave me
"%NaN%NaN%NaN%" ) ???? I doubt that it's useful....maybe someone familiar with that 'stuff' could have some luck??
Frayed - can you tell us how you got this? What do you mean by messing with Zero to get that result? It may not be useful, as there are so many red
herrings going on, but I see a coincidence.
I'm afraid this may just be a dead end, but I will explain......
On page 34 McGuirk has a link to this thread
, which is related to the "Find
the Rings" game from a while back.
In PurdueNuc's post in that thread, He says about solving the code : "I discuss how this code was deciphered" and gives a link to another
where there is "show solution" , clicking
that yields another entry by Purduenuc: This was encoded using the following page:
That site then, gives you a blank to enter a "key" I used "zEro", and entered one of our numbers, say: 117) - 879525-563771| in the "Code to
be Decrypted" Blank and hit the "Decrypt" button, and I got the %NaN% etc....which Burgess says stands for "Not a Number" .....I tried a few
other combinations but got what looked like programers code, which made even less sense to me that the "NaN" response.
BTW, thanks to Burgess for the help there.....Maybe someone like you who understands that stuff, could get something useful from that "Decrypt"
site....it seems to have proved useful for the "Rings" hunters...???
Hope I didn't cause more confusion!