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Posted on 07-07-08 11:36
Greetings all!

I was wondering if anyone could assist me with a new encryption...

Original: 126088207

Encrypted: UxSwiMaYtD1ncW6T4Y83OV4crSiU+Ch1wPBACEIjA1A=

Seems like some Base64 derivation, but I'm not sure which...

Any clues? Wink


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Posted on 07-07-08 11:50
I think its too long for base64..... but yes it looks like base64...


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Posted on 07-07-08 13:17
it doesnt have the same amount of characters for each original character


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Posted on 07-07-08 14:05
Reelix Where do you found that encryption? Pfft


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Posted on 07-07-08 14:10
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Reelix Where do you found that encryption? Pfft


Off a local IM Program (mXit) - Using Wireshark to get the data :happy:

My friend and I are designing our own Client (In C#), as we don't really like the default one (It's coded in Flash...)

The previous encryption was PLAIN Base64, and our Client was working perfectly, although now they've changed the encryption in the newer version, and we've got a problem... Frown