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posted on May, 21 2004 @ 05:28 AM
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It seems that most are translated already. But, missing two currently. Any nice people out there would like to contribute to these answers?

Thanks alot, I would really apreciate it.


04/07/2004: Source Page Code: JJDFI UD IDUNFADSUN UDNF IDNMD EUDNA IDNFAD IUDD ID. UDNF DND IDFAD UENFQJD JNDFS. UJDNFS E UNDFS IUEW NDUFDAIU DUNFS UIDFN FND. JNDFS UJND UYRWR UDNPODS YUNFN JDNFAD UNDFPAIUDN IEIE DJSDH UDSFN NDUFND IUDNASDF NUDN. UNDFSD NUDF. UNDFNU DUNFSDN ND MNDMKD.



04/07/2004: Alt Code: 38973 23 00346 2134 087310 783247 728 81723 721873



*** Edited to remove the one found below.....***

[Edited on 21-5-2004 by JCMinJapan]
Edited to remove the last two found.

[Edited on 23-5-2004 by JCMinJapan]




posted on May, 21 2004 @ 06:16 AM
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Hi JCMinJapan,

I just solved this one some hours ago:


04/19/2004: From 2: urgent 0,1,3,4
0vnasoraoalt5ted4edgswelpdiutwnx0boeiddlasnahebx9eustisdltelchex0eroesealhwloatx4nmnacctueaynvrxifetrouaposoteaxhoshevrsllauabyxausineetodcrceex
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It translates to (I cut the words for better reading):

040904
i have been found our messages on this site are now discovered
secure all data
stop all uploads
the old line was actually our 5th contact
we have been betrayed
xxxxxxxx

Just put the encrypted text in a hex editor and you can just read it from top to bottom

I've also send this to "The Clue Site"


[Edited on 21-5-2004 by Psyche]

[Edited on 21-5-2004 by Psyche]



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 06:32 AM
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Originally posted by Psyche
I just solved this one some hours ago:
040904
i have been found our messages on this site are now discovered
secure all data
stop all uploads
the old line was actually our 5th contact
we have been betrayed
xxxxxxxx
I've also send this to "The Clue Site"



Hey, thanks alot and thanks for forwarding it to the site. Now, we are getting somewhere.. Does that imply that 5 is the 5th? hmmm.... or is 0 the fifth? My guess us that it mst be 5.....



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 08:29 AM
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What it means is that Uncle jeff, who is contact -5- has betrayed them. And is really part of the old line. The line of Hammurabi as stated in another clue.
Also at one point we were told by an encrypted post that 5 was dead blah blah.
This coincides with the faked death of Uncle as reported by Simon in his initial post.
I think.

[Edited on 21-5-2004 by Smudge]



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 09:42 AM
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After all the time I've spend on the 04/07 clues, I think they can't be solved, unless it is very complicated encryption. There is no word similar to JJDFI in English, because only two or three very rare words start with two of the same letter: oocyt to name one.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 09:44 AM
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Originally posted by JCMinJapan
05/18/2004: From 1: UhW3QZWvU1SbUhWHQVWPUFSXUZKTMpOjcxezEJG7AdSTAZGnQRKLIBGHAZWbEhG/ElSTENGnERCPE5GXUdG/ApWfE9GfAlWbERCnE9CbEtGnA9WfElCzUdKHEtWfEhGbIBGnEJGPANWLUdGjEFCnUZ GXE5WbEBG7IBCnUdCrAxKDANSTE9GXEVWfERCfERKDQRGXElCPAlGnAhW3UZGnERCTAdWfAdCfUdKDEFCPUZGnEhCTEJGTEpSTElC3QRG7AlGbUdCbEZGTEpCfEpGnEVCrE9GbApWbEhG/EVGjUdCr AxKDANSTEZGnEJGTARCPANG3EFG3EVGDUdGPEtGrIJCfUdCfEFCTIJCjUdCPAdGTUZGfApWbAtG3UZGjE9GnQRGTA1CfUdG/ApWfApCzERWbEVCPE9GbExS/QROzE1GLERWbAtCrUZGXERCXEdGTAN GjERCTAdGPUZCvE1WbEhG/ElSTENG3AlKDApCPEtWbEVCfEVCXERaDQRSDUZC3E1G/ElWfA1GHARWfEBGvUZCXE5KHERGvEVCvE1WbAZCTApSTQBWbEhG/E9GfEZG7EhWfE1GjUdGXQRG3E1CXERWb EhCbE1GXANWbANCrUZGnERWbA1G3E9GnUdG/EdCnUZCfE1GnA9KDElGXUdGXEZGTUZGLE5CrQRGDElGjUdGnEVCPEVCbEtG3EVG/ElCjUdG/EJGvE1GLERWbANG3EpSTApGnAdGzUZGfE1GXAZGvEl STANG/QRCTIBCjERCTEVCPEVGLENWbAtCPUZCPApWbElGTUZCjE5aDQRSDUdGDEtWbAdGzERCfENWbAVGvAlCfApWbEFCXElGbUdCrAxGTUZGLERC7EhWfEhCfAZWbAhGjA1GXUdCPEFWfApCzEhCr QRG7IBCfUdG/ApWfAlGXUdG/EZWfURGfE1GPEBGTURSTEpGXEJWfElGrERKDEhCTEVGDEtC3QRGbEVGjE9GnEZWfApCzERKHQRGjIJGDUdCnERWfEVGLENWbAVG7IFCbIBKDAdW3gFa7ING7ANCPUZ CvApWbANGvIJSTEVG/EZWfIBGHAZWbA9GDUZCXE5KHEZGjEpCfApaDQRKnElC/ERKHAZGTARSTUxaHQRKbE5GHERCjAdCnUZCzEhCPQRCbEVGDIJGnAhWfAdCvANG7QRCPARGfANG7QRGbElGLERCT ANCPElGXUdKLAtGXElWL


I am fairly sure that this is MIME encryption. Anyone able to try it to see? I have been looking for a program on the internet to do it, but no luck.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 11:35 AM
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I've spent a couple hours on that message from 1. It does appear to be base64 (the typical method of encoding for email), but the result is gibberish. It doesn't appear to be a binary of some sort either (there's no header like you'd find for an image or sound file). It might be encrypted with something like RC2, RC4, or PGP. Good luck if that's the case. There is definite order, though, so it just may be a text code.

You can code/decode base64 here.



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 09:10 PM
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Ok, I have tried the following decode checks......
Base64
BINHEX
XXE
UUE
BOO
BTOA

None of those seem to work..... Anyone have any other ideas? I have not found a good PGP decoder yet... still looking..



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 09:43 PM
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well when i was decoding base 64 it said it was created june 8th 2016 and the actual post says march 30 2003 but it used to say 1973



posted on May, 21 2004 @ 10:04 PM
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I've been looking at these codes for a while now, and I'm starting to think that they're really some sort of replacement cipher. There is too much pattern in them. Try breaking them up into groups of 4. For instance, in the latest code, the phrase "cxez" appears several times. There are other phrases similar to that.

Another approach I've been looking at is translating the characters into their decimal equivalents. It might be that these are number codes like the earlier ones, but the numbers have been translated into characters.

Where did you get 2016 from, machinegunjordan? I haven't seen that anywhere.



posted on May, 22 2004 @ 12:26 AM
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i think that blocks of four look promising.

[Edited on 22-5-2004 by Username]



posted on May, 22 2004 @ 05:25 AM
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Blocks of four, blocks of two and blocks of two with the last latter of every block removed don't give character frequencies similar to English. The blocks of two has over 70 characters and the blocks of four has even more. The blocks with the last letter removed has only 12 character in the half of the text I tested.



posted on May, 22 2004 @ 10:13 AM
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i got 2016 when i was base64 decoding at that link you gave and i clicked this one thing that saidblahblahdecode and it was gibberish except it gave a date that was june 8th 2016 maybe that is part of the post and it talks about something on that date

[Edited on 22-5-2004 by machinegunjordan]



posted on May, 23 2004 @ 05:03 AM
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Ok, I took the latest message from 1 to Simon and took out all the letters and made the size about 20. I noticed something that I did not notice before.... It has a hex code. When in lower graphics, I took it for a "1" when it was all together in the sentence.
Take a look at the first row/last character below. Not sure what this means, but I hope it helps someone......

53/79/1575l
337l77l1/l7l331/l5
7557/1l7l931l
77973/l5
/l55355/1
5l1l/99l311

[Edited on 23-5-2004 by JCMinJapan]



posted on May, 23 2004 @ 10:01 AM
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I think the first clue is encoded using Xoft.

Try a text with a random key. The results are similar.

The problem is that Xoft seems very hard to break. How it works (source):

  • convert data and key character into US-ASCII equivalent
  • each ASCII data XOR with each ASCII key
  • add the result with key length
  • convert it to 8 bit binary value and concat them all
  • split the result into 4 bit binary value
  • convert it to decimal value
  • multiply by 4 then add with m where m=0,1,2, or 3 depends on decimal place
  • convert it into base64 value


I'll try to see if I can break it, but I think promise anything.



posted on May, 23 2004 @ 10:12 AM
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Converted from Base64 to decimal values:


20 33 22 55 16 25 22 47 20 53 18 27 20 33 22 7 16 21 22 15 20 5 18 23 20 25 10 19 12 41 14 35 28 49 30 51 4 9 6 59 0 29 18 19 0 25 6 39 16 17 10 11 8 1 6 7 0 25 22 27 4 33 6 63 4 37 18 19 4 13 6 39 4 17 2 15 4 57 6 23 20 29 6 63 0 41 22 31 4 61 6 31 0 37 22 27 4 17 2 39 4 61 2 27 4 45 6 39 0 61 22 31 4 37 2 51 20 29 10 7 4 45 22 31 4 33 6 27 8 1 6 39 4 9 6 15 0 13 22 11 20 29 6 35 4 5 2 39 20 25 6 23 4 57 22 27 4 1 6 59 8 1 2 39 20 29 2 43 0 49 10 3 0 13 18 19 4 61 6 23 4 21 22 31 4 17 2 31 4 17 10 3 16 17 6 23 4 37 2 15 0 37 6 39 0 33 22 55 20 25 6 39 4 17 2 19 0 29 22 31 0 29 2 31 20 29 10 3 4 5 2 15 20 25 6 39 4 33 2 19 4 9 6 19 4 41 18 19 4 37 2 55 16 17 6 59 0 37 6 27 20 29 2 27 4 25 6 19 4 41 2 31 4 41 6 39 4 21 2 43 4 61 6 27 0 41 22 27 4 33 6 63 4 21 6 35 20 29 2 43 0 49 10 3 0 13 18 19 4 25 6 39 4 9 6 19 0 17 2 15 0 13 6 55 4 5 6 55 4 21 6 3 20 29 6 15 4 45 6 43 8 9 2 31 20 29 2 31 4 5 2 19 8 9 2 35 20 29 2 15 0 29 6 19 20 25 6 31 0 41 22 27 0 45 6 55 20 25 6 35 4 61 6 39 16 17 6 19 0 53 2 31 20 29 6 63 0 41 22 31 0 41 2 51 4 17 22 27 4 21 2 15 4 61 6 27 4 49 18 63 16 17 14 51 4 53 6 11 4 17 22 27 0 45 2 43 20 25 6 23 4 17 2 23 4 29 6 19 0 13 6 35 4 17 2 19 0 29 6 15 20 25 2 47 4 53 22 27 4 33 6 63 4 37 18 19 4 13 6 55 0 37 10 3 0 41 2 15 4 45 22 27 4 21 2 31 4 21 2 23 4 17 26 3 16 17 18 3 20 25 2 55 4 53 6 63 4 37 22 31 0 53 6 7 0 17 22 31 4 1 6 47 20 25 2 23 4 57 10 7 4 17 6 47 4 21 2 47 4 53 22 27 0 25 2 19 0 41 18 19 16 1 22 27 4 33 6 63 4 61 6 31 4 25 6 59 4 33 22 31 4 53 6 35 20 29 6 23 16 17 6 55 4 53 2 23 4 17 22 27 4 33 2 27 4 53 6 23 0 13 22 27 0 13 2 43 20 25 6 39 4 17 22 27 0 53 6 55 4 61 6 39 20 29 6 63 4 29 2 39 20 25 2 31 4 53 6 39 0 61 10 3 4 37 6 23 20 29 6 23 4 25 6 19 20 25 6 11 4 57 2 43 16 17 6 3 4 37 6 35 20 29 6 39 4 21 2 15 4 21 2 27 4 45 6 55 4 21 6 63 4 37 2 35 20 29 6 63 4 9 6 47 4 53 6 11 4 17 22 27 0 13 6 55 4 41 18 19 0 41 6 39 0 29 6 51 20 25 6 31 4 53 6 23 0 25 6 47 4 37 18 19 0 13 6 63 16 17 2 19 8 1 2 35 4 17 2 19 4 21 2 15 4 21 6 11 4 13 22 27 0 45 2 15 20 25 2 15 0 41 22 27 4 37 6 19 20 25 2 35 4 57 26 3 16 17 18 3 20 29 6 3 4 45 22 27 0 29 6 51 4 17 2 31 4 13 22 27 0 21 6 47 0 37 2 31 0 41 22 27 4 5 2 23 4 37 6 27 20 29 2 43 0 49 6 19 20 25 6 11 4 17 2 59 4 33 22 31 4 33 2 31 0 25 22 27 0 33 6 35 0 53 6 23 20 29 2 15 4 5 22 31 0 41 2 51 4 33 2 43 16 17 6 59 8 1 2 31 20 29 6 63 0 41 22 31 0 37 6 23 20 29 6 63 4 25 22 31 20 17 6 31 4 53 6 15 4 1 6 19 20 17 18 19 4 41 6 23 4 9 22 31 4 37 6 43 4 17 10 3 4 33 2 19 4 21 6 3 4 45 2 55 16 17 6 27 4 21 6 35 4 61 6 39 4 25 22 31 0 41 2 51 4 17 10 7 16 17 6 35 8 9 6 3 20 29 2 39 4 17 22 31 4 21 6 11 4 13 22 27 0 21 6 59 8 5 2 27 8 1 10 3 0 29 22 55 32 5 26 59 8 13 6 59 0 13 2 15 20 25 2 47 0 41 22 27 0 13 6 47 8 9 18 19 4 21 6 63 4 25 22 31 8 1 6 7 0 25 22 27 0 61 6 3 20 25 2 23 4 57 10 7 4 25 6 35 4 41 2 31 0 41 26 3 16 17 10 39 4 37 2 63 4 17 10 7 0 25 6 19 0 17 18 19 20 49 26 7 16 17 10 27 4 57 6 7 4 17 2 35 0 29 2 39 20 25 2 51 4 33 2 15 16 17 2 27 4 21 6 3 8 9 6 39 0 33 22 31 0 29 2 47 0 13 6 59 16 17 2 15 0 17 6 31 0 13 6 59 16 17 6 27 4 37 6 11 4 17 2 19 0 13 2 15 4 37 6 23 20 29 10 11 0 45 6 23 4 37 22 11



posted on May, 23 2004 @ 10:35 AM
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I just hope it's not RSA or something



posted on May, 23 2004 @ 10:50 AM
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[Edit: the result is just a mistake in the decoder itself]

[Edited on 23-5-2004 by amantine]



posted on May, 23 2004 @ 10:53 AM
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nm

[Edited on 23-5-2004 by Transc3ndent]



posted on May, 23 2004 @ 11:13 AM
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[I turned out to be wrong]

[Edited on 23-5-2004 by AlexKennedy]





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