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Posted on 28-10-08 13:33
C9GN6P9J68G6ARJ3E9SN0T39DTN0

This encryption is based on the numeric system and is a derivation from some base XX encryption.I see that the biggest char is T so it could be a derivation from base 30 ,31,32 ... but i have not found anything.Could someone help me find the name of this encryption?


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Posted on 28-10-08 13:49
I'm just curious - where did you find this? Smile


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Posted on 28-10-08 15:26
I think I vaguely remember this from ZeroIdentity...I never got itGrin


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Posted on 28-10-08 17:28
Could just be an encryption where the ASCII characters are shifted based upon a key or static criteria. There's a name for that, but I'll be damned if I remember it. (Yes, I'm leaving that open for someone to correct me.)


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Posted on 28-10-08 17:46
Zephyr_Pure wrote:
Could just be an encryption where the ASCII characters are shifted based upon a key or static criteria. There's a name for that, but I'll be damned if I remember it. (Yes, I'm leaving that open for someone to correct me.)

Caesar cipher, or shift cipher? I remember I read something along those lines.


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Posted on 28-10-08 20:17
Sangeki Rein wrote:
Caesar cipher, or shift cipher? I remember I read something along those lines.

I think he meant a substitution cipher Wink


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