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Svefg bar gb cbfg gur qrpbqrq grkg trgf n Cragvhz 4 1.8TUm PCH znvyrq ng ab punetr vs gurl jnag vg. Qrnqyvar vf Abirzore 31, 2006. Vs hafbyirq V jvyy cbfg gur pvcure naq gur vafcvengvba.

DODV EDEBORQ

(Insert female voice here ;) )

420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890

Grupo 019 Grupo 019

249 12 066 29 263 19 124 07 159 05 043 05 256 16 127 36 285 21 130 12 044 132 104 03 272 04 047 127 130 12 130 11 249 12 259 57 108 38

420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890

Grupo 019 Grupo 019

249 12 066 29 263 19 124 07 159 05 043 05 256 16 127 36 285 21 130 12 044 132 104 03 272 04 047 127 130 12 130 11 249 12 259 57 108 38

(Hint, your computer will not help you, and I had to break protocol into a 3/3 twice)

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The reward is a pentium 1.8Ghz CPU shipped to you for free....but of course you'd have to decypher the 1st part to find that out....

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Svefg bar gb cbfg gur qrpbqrq grkg trgf n Cragvhz 4 1.8TUm PCH znvyrq ng ab punetr vs gurl jnag vg. Qrnqyvar vf Abirzore 31, 2006. Vs hafbyirq V jvyy cbfg gur pvcure naq gur vafcvengvba.

DODV EDEBORQ

(Insert female voice here ;) )

420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890

Grupo 019 Grupo 019

249 12 066 29 263 19 124 07 159 05 043 05 256 16 127 36 285 21 130 12 044 132 104 03 272 04 047 127 130 12 130 11 249 12 259 57 108 38

420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890 420 420 420 1234567890

Grupo 019 Grupo 019

249 12 066 29 263 19 124 07 159 05 043 05 256 16 127 36 285 21 130 12 044 132 104 03 272 04 047 127 130 12 130 11 249 12 259 57 108 38

(Hint, your computer will not help you, and I had to break protocol into a 3/3 twice)

Heh...I see three digits in there that might be the inspiration behind this :P

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MMMMMMMMMMMM :wub: for cryptography.

I could easily decipher the first part, the rest is beyond my level.

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Let's get our asses to work since the deadline's Nov. 31st!

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hmm, weird i was implementing ROT13 into one of my client-server programs right before i read this. so the first is easy:

First one to post the decoded text gets a Pentium 4 1.8GHz CPU mailed at no charge if they want it. Deadline is November 31, 2006. If unsolved I will post the cipher and the inspiration.

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First one to post the decoded text gets a Pentium 4 1.8GHz CPU mailed at no charge if they want it.

OMG! That's enough to run *Nix! :borg: I'm still in... maybe some googling/coffee will make my brain function correctly.

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hmm, weird i was implementing ROT13 into one of my client-server programs right before i read this. so the first is easy:

First one to post the decoded text gets a Pentium 4 1.8GHz CPU mailed at no charge if they want it. Deadline is November 31, 2006. If unsolved I will post the cipher and the inspiration.

It's a simple cesar cipher :)

But looking at the code later on it seems that its 1234567890 and 420 over again. So this leads me to think that the answer to the code is the fact that there is no code :cuss:

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hmm, weird i was implementing ROT13 into one of my client-server programs right before i read this. so the first is easy:

First one to post the decoded text gets a Pentium 4 1.8GHz CPU mailed at no charge if they want it. Deadline is November 31, 2006. If unsolved I will post the cipher and the inspiration.

It's a simple cesar cipher :)

But looking at the code later on it seems that its 1234567890 and 420 over again. So this leads me to think that the answer to the code is the fact that there is no code :cuss:

I thought that as well, but being addicted to challenges, I don't accept such :nono:

It seemed to me like the DODV EDEBORQ along with the Grupo 019 Grupo 019 should be perhaps the most important part, giving a clue to the next step... however this is still to me rather indesciperable.

And not to forget that he already gave us a clue... notice the "(Insert female voice here ;) )"

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if it wernt for the "0"s the "female voice" made me think of a phone number/letter encryption (unless the 0s are a distraction)

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wroeld ofe wwesar ixs a ferleling - hihi try breaking that :blush: and guess what I miss. still trying to figure out the rest.

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Well DODV EDEBORQ is Ceasar cipher shifted 3 characters and that makes it:

ALAS BABYLON

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Well DODV EDEBORQ is Ceasar cipher shifted 3 characters and that makes it:

ALAS BABYLON

Such a Great Book. That is all I have for everyone.

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Well DODV EDEBORQ is Ceasar cipher shifted 3 characters and that makes it:

ALAS BABYLON

Such a Great Book. That is all I have for everyone.

Would this book be somehow related to the answer? Has anyone here read it?

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Well DODV EDEBORQ is Ceasar cipher shifted 3 characters and that makes it:

ALAS BABYLON

Such a Great Book. That is all I have for everyone.

Would this book be somehow related to the answer? Has anyone here read it?

Yes I have read it. That is why I gave the comment such a great book. Now is it related that would be I am not sure. I do recomend reading the book though.

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Well DODV EDEBORQ is Ceasar cipher shifted 3 characters and that makes it:

ALAS BABYLON

Such a Great Book. That is all I have for everyone.

Would this book be somehow related to the answer? Has anyone here read it?

Yes I have read it. That is why I gave the comment such a great book. Now is it related that would be I am not sure. I do recomend reading the book though.

I might have the answer but don't have the book - this is most likely a quote or phrase from the book; are there any repetitive passages in it? in chapter 19?

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Well DODV EDEBORQ is Ceasar cipher shifted 3 characters and that makes it:

ALAS BABYLON

Such a Great Book. That is all I have for everyone.

Would this book be somehow related to the answer? Has anyone here read it?

Yes I have read it. That is why I gave the comment such a great book. Now is it related that would be I am not sure. I do recomend reading the book though.

I might have the answer but don't have the book - this is most likely a quote or phrase from the book; are there any repetitive passages in it? in chapter 19?

Not sure. It has been a while since I have read it and I lent it out to a friend. I no most libraries have the book on hand.

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Well DODV EDEBORQ is Ceasar cipher shifted 3 characters and that makes it:

ALAS BABYLON

Such a Great Book. That is all I have for everyone.

Would this book be somehow related to the answer? Has anyone here read it?

Yes I have read it. That is why I gave the comment such a great book. Now is it related that would be I am not sure. I do recomend reading the book though.

I might have the answer but don't have the book - this is most likely a quote or phrase from the book; are there any repetitive passages in it? in chapter 19?

Not sure. It has been a while since I have read it and I lent it out to a friend. I no most libraries have the book on hand.

Just great!

http://catalog.greenhills.lib.il.us/uhtbin...0/300610011/123

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im guessing that the encryption is based on words on the page of that book

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im guessing that the encryption is based on words on the page of that book

I'm beginning to suspect something else: Find the page, try to encrypt it to match part of the code, then reverse the process on a different part of the code to get the answer.

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im guessing that the encryption is based on words on the page of that book

I'm beginning to suspect something else: Find the page, try to encrypt it to match part of the code, then reverse the process on a different part of the code to get the answer.

A page with a female talking.

And thanks a lot. I was just about to get started on my homework when I stumbled upon this. :(

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im guessing that the encryption is based on words on the page of that book

I'm beginning to suspect something else: Find the page, try to encrypt it to match part of the code, then reverse the process on a different part of the code to get the answer.

A page with a female talking.

And thanks a lot. I was just about to get started on my homework when I stumbled upon this. :(

I wonder if there's an ebook of this....

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im guessing that the encryption is based on words on the page of that book

I'm beginning to suspect something else: Find the page, try to encrypt it to match part of the code, then reverse the process on a different part of the code to get the answer.

A page with a female talking.

And thanks a lot. I was just about to get started on my homework when I stumbled upon this. :(

I wonder if there's an ebook of this....

I looked, and I am handy with Google. Not finding one was a reason I chose this. I have a feeling this won't be done, but probably only because no one is thinking outside the box or is familiar with the implementation. I see why this is used for the purpose it is. I gave _way_ more info than is ever given in the real word application of this, and still it seems to be to counterintuitive for people to easily wrap their heads around. These are things I needed to prove, and now I've implemented this cipher myself with chosen contacts for a SHTF scenario.

I will fill everyone in on the rest after the contest runs it's course in case anyone gets inspired. I have learned what I needed to know and am very glad that whispering a single word in an accomplices ear really does allow for an unbreakable cipher to be passed at any future date.

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I give up.

But thanks for making me read a good book rightcoast ;)

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