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  1. #1
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    Code Breaking.

    I broke it. Thanks for the help Negative
    Last edited by saintakaagni; January 20th, 2008 at 08:16 AM.
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    If it's a simple character substitution, you've got some clues from the English language: A, E, O, T, N, and I are the most common letters in English. The first four account for nearly 40% (!) of all letters in standard text; add the N and the I, and you're up to 50%. So, finding the most common symbols would be a good start. My next step would be to replace all symbols with actual letters - that way, you can use a tool (such as Decrypto) to run through possibilities.

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    man im in same competition what is the username for previous level help me plz

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