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could someone help me with what type code this is


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Posted on 10-05-06 02:41
i was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction as to what type code this is and how u can generally tell im trying to learn?

2E 3E 55 5B 5A 4E 41 43 76 7E 7D 7B 62 6E 69 93 A8
9E B3 BB BC 8E 87 83 90 9E 9B 9B E4 EF F3 D2 FE
E9 DB E6 CE FD C3 0A 3E 01 3B 1E 2E 15 13 58 1E 43
7B 4C 0E 37 03 20 1E 2B 1B 14 2E 1F 33
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Posted on 10-05-06 03:17
NVIOUS62 wrote:
i was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction as to what type code this is and how u can generally tell im trying to learn?

2E 3E 55 5B 5A 4E 41 43 76 7E 7D 7B 62 6E 69 93 A8
9E B3 BB BC 8E 87 83 90 9E 9B 9B E4 EF F3 D2 FE
E9 DB E6 CE FD C3 0A 3E 01 3B 1E 2E 15 13 58 1E 43
7B 4C 0E 37 03 20 1E 2B 1B 14 2E 1F 33



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Posted on 10-05-06 03:38
ok thanks i was wondering if you had some suggestions on some tools to decipher the hex?
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Posted on 10-05-06 14:51
http://www.yellowpipe.com/yis/tools/encrypter/index.php


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Posted on 10-05-06 14:53
its also possible to decrypt it by hand, its fairly time consuming, but pretty easy.

just convert it into binary and then you can assign it a character based on its binary value.


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Posted on 10-05-06 16:53
Mr_Cheese wrote:
its also possible to decrypt it by hand, its fairly time consuming, but pretty easy.

just convert it into binary and then you can assign it a character based on its binary value.

I've alway wondered how to do that. How do u convert it to binary, is that by hand to?




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Posted on 10-05-06 17:12
yeah quite simple, just take the hex values calculate it into Denary (thats numbers 0123456789) then you take that denary value and convert it into Binary.

Like.. for isntance... 137 in binary would be...

[workings out to show its possible doing it by hand]
128
8
1
128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1
1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
[end workings out]


137 would be: 10001001 in binary.

Same applies to Hex, except its a different method. divide each HEX code into 2 charachters. we'll use the example hex: 89

workings out:
8 9
8 =
8 4 2 1
1 0 0 0
9 =
8 4 2 1
1 0 0 1
end workings out:

89 hex = 10001001 in binary.

Then you take that binary number you got a assign its AplhaNumerical value to it. Now if i look it up a sec.... ah, cant find my computing book. well anyway, each 8bit binary number can be assigned a ASCII character
. So you do that for each HEX code and you'll work out what it is in ASCII.

ASCII = A - Z a-z 0-9 #';[] etc etc etc

but obvioulsy thats the long way to do it, im sure theres some HEX convertors out there, if not wouldnt be too hard to code one yourself.




Edited by Mr_Cheese on 10-05-06 17:13
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