Need a bit of guidance and guides about encrypting and stuff

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Re: Need a bit of guidance and guides about encrypting and stuff

Post by NeoAtHTS on Mon Mar 15, 2010 7:59 pm
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Goatboy wrote:
sanddbox wrote:By the way, Goatboy, you messed it up :P

One letter decodes to 'P' instead of 'O'.

/me fixes error and commits Hari Kari to atone for the dishonor



It's "hara-kiri" ;)
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Re: Need a bit of guidance and guides about encrypting and stuff

Post by Goatboy on Mon Mar 15, 2010 8:57 pm
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NeoAtHTS wrote:It's "hara-kiri" ;)

I'm already dead, so let's all just rub it in some more.
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Re: Need a bit of guidance and guides about encrypting and stuff

Post by NeoAtHTS on Mon Mar 15, 2010 9:51 pm
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Goatboy wrote:
NeoAtHTS wrote:It's "hara-kiri" ;)

I'm already dead, so let's all just rub it in some more.


I'd like opine that "Hari Kari" doesn't count as a death. LoL :P
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Re: Need a bit of guidance and guides about encrypting and stuff

Post by sumusiko on Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:40 am
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Hi guys sorry i havent been very active , but today i decided that i would complete the challenge 6 and i did , i finnaly understood the ascii table and the code , its was fairly easy how could i be sooooooo stupid, anyways i finished it and now i understand more about crypto :3
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Re: Need a bit of guidance and guides about encrypting and stuff

Post by lord_hondros on Sat Apr 10, 2010 2:01 am
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:O Wow! A post in Cryptography! xP Anyways, good job!
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Re: Need a bit of guidance and guides about encrypting and stuff

Post by Orpheus 47k on Mon Jun 21, 2010 3:13 pm
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this forum is sad i thought i be leaning something but no we have people who i think are not even trying to understand what people are telling them even if they are giving him the rule of the encryption.All i want is more advanced encryptions something to make my mind flip is that to much to ask.
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Re: Need a bit of guidance and guides about encrypting and stuff

Post by msbachman on Mon Jun 21, 2010 5:25 pm
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Orpheus 47k wrote:this forum is sad i thought i be leaning something but no we have people who i think are not even trying to understand what people are telling them even if they are giving him the rule of the encryption.All i want is more advanced encryptions something to make my mind flip is that to much to ask.


That's because back on page 2 it was apparent that sumusiko wasn't that interested in doing that much thinking to understand what people had told him thusfar. Most every thread goes downhill after people start having to deal with lazy/stupid people (he'd be the former...another option might be "young").

Check out this page it will keep you occupied for a while. http://rumkin.com/tools/cipher/

Truth be told, with products out now like Truecrypt and Bitlocker (and others), there's ways to encrypt things where in all practicality your data is guaranteed safe provided two things:
a) you choose a good key
b) they don't tear off toe-nails until you tell them the key.

And if you're looking for a decent introduction to this stuff you might try to take a look at some Security+ stuff. I learned a bit about encryption from there. Another place to go is a book by Schneier called "Applied Cryptography," which is math-heavy.
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Re: Need a bit of guidance and guides about encrypting and stuff

Post by Narphet on Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:44 am
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sumusiko wrote:Hi guys sorry i havent been very active , but today i decided that i would complete the challenge 6 and i did , i finnaly understood the ascii table and the code , its was fairly easy how could i be sooooooo stupid, anyways i finished it and now i understand more about crypto :3
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