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Posted on 12-03-05 22:44
what kind of ascii encryption are we talking about here? because i've tried 8 varieties and none seem to work?
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Posted on 16-03-05 16:39
What variants have you tried? Tell everything that you've tried.


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Posted on 20-03-05 02:34
i've tried just converting to ascii, then i tried offsetting the value, and when those didn't work i tried encrypting to hexadecimal, octal, and binary.




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Posted on 20-03-05 17:11
after you're converted the username, are you using the correct number of digits or bits?


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Posted on 21-03-05 22:34
yes, i believe so.
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Posted on 21-03-05 23:14
how many digits are you using?

Also, you can't just put the encrypted username, you have to do something else


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Posted on 23-03-05 17:57
the number of digits varies with the encryption I'm using. just ascii is 8 total i believe.
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Posted on 23-03-05 18:35
PM me with exactly what you are doing, and what you've tried and I can help you better. But from what you've told me, it sounds like you've got the password. You just need to use it correctly.


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Posted on 03-06-05 21:40
how do i encrypt it?