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    Dear AO members,

    For ages i have been looking for a program that can encrypt and decrypt actual code. the only thing i come up with are programs that encrypt and decrypt files.

    For Example:

    dtfyresjtkellxusjtkellxuqselxuqshqoyqoysidlxucitvifqoyqshvifqsekly

    The is a sentence that i encoded by myself by writing down the alphabet, writing down a key, writing down the sentence and finally encrypting it with the aid of the key.

    My search had turned up nothing to decrypt this sentence.

    i ask you to help me find such a program that can decrypt this message and encode it.

    i will paste the key and the answer to this sentence in a week or so.

    (note: Spaces are also Encoded)

    Trust_Not_123

    The Code is one string. (no spacing what-so-ever)
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    er...we'd need the length of the string to even have a try.....and which character set your using.....just alfabet of ASCII or what not......
    With all the subtlety of an artillery barrage / Follow blindly, for the true path is sketchy at best. .:Bring OS X to x86!:.
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    like i said. its just one i made up in my head. so all i used is the alphabet. and i dont want to give you the string lengh because i want a program to find all this out and decrypt it.

    with spaces : 22 characters
    without spaces: 18 characters
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    There is a nice tutorial found here .

    It is described as:
    In this article I will teach you howto write the simplest form of encryption so that others wont be able to read your stuff. This tutorial will be a great start for anyone interested in cryptography or learning more about the C language. Lets get started.

    The tut lets you create you own C encryption prog. Basic knowledge is required.

    NOTE
    It is not writen by me:: I don't claim credit for it

    EDIT

    The story seems to have been shortened.
    Anyways here is the original:

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    How close am I with:

    this is a good program

    dtf - t
    yre - h
    sjt - i
    kel - s
    lxu - space
    sjt - i
    kel - s
    lxu - space
    qse - a
    lxu - space
    qsh - g
    qoy - o
    qoy - o
    sid - d
    lxu - space
    cit - p
    vif - r
    qoy - o
    qsh - g
    vif - r
    qse - a
    kly - m
    If you receive something that says \'Send this to everyone you know,\' pretend you don\'t know me.

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    Hmmmm, ... i think i'll start..... here;
    dtfyre jtkellxu jtkellxuq elxuq hqoyqoy idlxucitvifqoyq hvifq ekly
    How about that, TN123?

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    magnoon got it. thats the answer. but i want to know how you did it. and if you used a program which one is it??

    does anyone know where i can get a program for decrypting messages ect.

    Trust_Not_123
    - Trying is the first step towards failure. the moral is never try.
    - It\'s like something out of that twilighty show about that zone.
    ----Homer J Simpson----

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    Originally posted here by Trust_Not_123
    magnoon got it. thats the answer. but i want to know how you did it. and if you used a program which one is it??

    does anyone know where i can get a program for decrypting messages ect.

    Trust_Not_123
    Magnoon, "You 'Da Man, You 'Da Man"...

    Well TN-123, that was a good one. Afraid i was predisposed to consider it an alpha substitution on the single-letter level. Bad attitude. Anyway, if you want a generic encryption/decryption program that's fairly decent check out
    Bob Reynard's site, he has a lot of material available as well as a 'puter-based program for attacking various codes. Twelve bucks is worth it just for the entertainment value!
    Or, you could join the Army as a cryptologist and get stationed at Ft. Meade, or join the Navy and get stationed at SanDiego...

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    sandieago hey.... i'll check that site out. thanks old man

    how did you figure that string out magnoon
    - Trying is the first step towards failure. the moral is never try.
    - It\'s like something out of that twilighty show about that zone.
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    heh, if you go navy they will make you ghost and put you in some small room with an armed Marine whos job is to put one in you skull if the ship falls under enemy hands

    anyway, thanks for the fun diversion for a Monday morning.



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