can any one break this code??

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Re: can any one break this code??

Post by comperr on Mon Jan 12, 2009 10:36 pm
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-Osiris- wrote:ive created this code just to see if im any good at cyrptography ive been working on for the last couple of weeks befor i joined hts and wondered if any one can crack it!

8,1,3,11,20,8,9,19,19,9,20,5,0,9,19,0,1,24,5,19,15,13,5

if any one can PM or send me an email and ill tell you if your right or not!
my email is osiris30@hotmail.co.uk

If you have any interest in crypto read http://www.schneier.com/book-practical.html
Also most substitution ciphers are vuln.
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Re: can any one break this code??

Post by CaRt3r21 on Thu Jan 15, 2009 11:16 pm
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The code is multi-tiered. Very basic; its just a code writen in the form of another code.

HACKTHISSITE IS AWESOME, was converted to
SZXPGSTHHRGV?RH?ZCVHLNV by reversing the alphabet, using A=z, B=Y, etc. From here a similar form of reversing was used, with the exception that THIS time it was numeric, where 1=Z, 2=Y, etc. Therefore rendering the message as

8,1,3,11,20,8,9,19,19,9,20,5,0,9,19,0,1,24,5,19,15,13,5, where the 0 indicate ? which come to signify a space in the text.

Code Cracked.
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Re: can any one break this code??

Post by comperr on Fri Jan 16, 2009 9:49 am
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CaRt3r21 wrote:The code is multi-tiered. Very basic; its just a code writen in the form of another code.

HACKTHISSITE IS AWESOME, was converted to
SZXPGSTHHRGV?RH?ZCVHLNV by reversing the alphabet, using A=z, B=Y, etc. From here a similar form of reversing was used, with the exception that THIS time it was numeric, where 1=Z, 2=Y, etc. Therefore rendering the message as

8,1,3,11,20,8,9,19,19,9,20,5,0,9,19,0,1,24,5,19,15,13,5, where the 0 indicate ? which come to signify a space in the text.

Code Cracked.

This is actually a single-tier system because it possible to go from cleartext to ciphertext in one shot. The doubling up is a pointless waste of resources.
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