So I decided to try creating my own encryption and decryption algorithm. So far it seems pretty good but I'd like to test out how strong it really is by having you guys try to crack it. Here is the encrypted string:
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Posted on 26-07-10 01:44
I had tried creating my own encryption algorithm a while back and seeing what people thought, but as you have probably figured out, nobody really wants to bother.
Spyware's right, if you set up the php script on a web host (even a free one), and gave us a link so we could generate our own queries you would likely have a lot more people attempting.
Another benefit is you could even log requests and see what people are trying.
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Nice notes, Roelof. I thought there was something odd about 5127890 / 51278905 popping up all over the place. Would that mean 5127890 / 51278905 is data thrown in to throw off people trying to crack it or is a legitimate part of the encryption?
RE: Try to crack this
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Posted on 07-08-10 06:04
Those numbers aren't an actual part of the encryption. They're actually used to separate the values. And I guess that gives away a huge part of the algorithm.
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