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[RINGS] C O D E Solved BABY

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posted on Jun, 19 2004 @ 11:21 PM
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Morse Code look here for more on the code www.icebunnies.com...

Great Southern Land

www.hammurabi5.com/great/southern/land

new code

Thanks to JC and everyone who helped

[edit on 6/19/2004 by zsandmann]




posted on Jun, 19 2004 @ 11:22 PM
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You are good !!




posted on Jun, 19 2004 @ 11:25 PM
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Excellent job!


Posting the code here:



|---
> run output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'___'HyO1vDjArj8xGcIZPCtLP54KYBIK3xfDra
nbOmxCRUXUB0bOmnu2YyCTv1oExH8PJPyR9n2303Ny3MeVT5jnV8nDCzYy8OYji2
vBsrjGRCqHT2018owxdiHJbRIAxRwp3z3mxyb3OLUCbndm6bOyR6IcGOw9HVSOL9
> end output
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---| bytes processed: 38298367423
---| process time: 0.205
---| file length: 112923
---| parse code: great/southern/land
---| autokey: FEDA98B390DC0001A2B3D
---|


Interesting...this "autokey" is new. Hmm...



posted on Jun, 19 2004 @ 11:43 PM
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Fabulous job! Thank you for solving it. It was driving me crazy. Yay! That was an amazing connection you made zsandmann.


Could the new code be MD5?


[edit on 6/20/2004 by dashcat]

[edit on 6/20/2004 by dashcat]



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 04:33 AM
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Well done! The new code can't be MD5, because MD5 produces a hash that is always the same length. It is also almost impossible to decipher because of that.



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 04:38 AM
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Originally posted by amantine
Well done! The new code can't be MD5, because MD5 produces a hash that is always the same length. It is also almost impossible to decipher because of that.


We do have the key for this... It is at the bottom of the list. We are wondering if this key is the actually code or is the code the real code and just have to find what type of encryption. hmmm



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 04:45 AM
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It's interesting how "CRUX" appears in it so much...11 times, to be exact. "Crux" is the name of the constellation known as the "southern cross." great/southern/land, southern cross...maybe crux is the clue, and the cipher is eye candy, like that previous cipher with the plaintext in the middle.



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 05:24 AM
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Encryption methods we can rule out, because their output is different:
- DES: hexadecimal or ASCII
- AES: hexadecimal or ASCII
- RCA (I think the number code from the beginning is RCA): numbers + spaces or ASCII
- PGP: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, /, =
- Blowfish: hexadecimal or ASCII
- Base64: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, +, = and a few other characters

The ciphertext has character a-z, A-Z and 0-9 with near-random frequency distribution. This indicates a more difficult encryption method.

It could be a more difficult version of the autokey cipher, but it would have to be much more complicated that the standard autokey cipher then. Especially the absence of spaces makes me believe that this is not an autokey cipher.

I think PurdueNuc may be right, because I found no encryption method that can produce these results.



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 05:28 AM
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I'm also reminded of Cromeline's note, how the first letter of each line spells "cygnus," another constellation. Maybe the placement of CRUX in the code forms a constellation? Here's the code with CRUX highlighted: link



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 06:37 AM
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I knew it, I go to bed and it happens again..... Well done mate...brilliantly done...I'm glad I didn't post my....
" Nahhh its not morse ....." thing


[edit on 20-6-2004 by Smudge]



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 06:40 AM
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Originally posted by PurdueNuc
I'm also reminded of Cromeline's note, how the first letter of each line spells "cygnus," another constellation. Maybe the placement of CRUX in the code forms a constellation? Here's the code with CRUX highlighted: link


I couldn't find a match with the constellations in my books, although Lupus comes close. Maybe Crux, the southern cross, itself is the answer. But why put the autokey text under the message then?



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 06:55 AM
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Very good work

On to the next one...



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 07:36 AM
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It is not an autokey based on the a-z, A-Z, 0-9 alphabet. I made a 62*62 chart, but the decoding gives non-sense. I just wanted to tell this, before anyone else wastes 15 minutes making a chart.



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 08:33 AM
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Originally posted by amantine
It is not an autokey based on the a-z, A-Z, 0-9 alphabet. I made a 62*62 chart, but the decoding gives non-sense. I just wanted to tell this, before anyone else wastes 15 minutes making a chart.


what keyword did you use? and since the letters a thru f are represented in the code, maybe its based on a-f instead *shrug*



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 10:02 AM
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The key was the autokey with the decrypted following it. Simple reverse autokey encryption.



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 10:26 AM
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it looks like it might be xoft or base64.



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