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How to decrypt this

Post by Static_X on Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:53 am
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1,000 encrypted is 5YwREbyUX4U=
2,000 encrypted is m8x8f8FqblQ=
3,000 encrypted is quwMwY1dKQs=

How can I decypher B+S+AeaPahw=
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Re: How to decrypt this

Post by limdis on Sat Mar 31, 2012 11:37 am
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Let me guess... XGpXn89ts20= is 10,000?

GTFO, we all don't speak Portuguese but its easy to translate. Not going to assist you with illegal activities.
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Re: How to decrypt this

Post by Static_X on Mon Apr 02, 2012 6:13 am
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limdis wrote:Let me guess... XGpXn89ts20= is 10,000?

GTFO, we all don't speak Portuguese but its easy to translate. Not going to assist you with illegal activities.


I don't know why you're saying it's illegal... but if you think it,
my apologies, it's not my intention...

What I'm trying to do many people already do.

I'm trying to decode this strings that are converted to images
in a website that EVERYBODY can access, but if you're saying it's illegal,
forget about it.
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Re: How to decrypt this

Post by limdis on Mon Apr 02, 2012 11:07 am
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Allow me to justify myself in the event your intentions really are harmless. I did some research on your code and I found out that it is used for captcha images on a particular website that stores customer invoices and other personal information. Not trying to be a dick. But we get stuff like this all the time.
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Re: How to decrypt this

Post by Static_X on Mon Apr 02, 2012 12:28 pm
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limdis wrote:Allow me to justify myself in the event your intentions really are harmless. I did some research on your code and I found out that it is used for captcha images on a particular website that stores customer invoices and other personal information. Not trying to be a dick. But we get stuff like this all the time.


Thank you, I understood.

I just like to create something to not lose a lot of time typing all this info inside my accountant software,
and as I said, there are a lot of softwares that already do it, that's why I asked for help.
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Re: How to decrypt this

Post by anarchy420x on Mon Apr 02, 2012 1:14 pm
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If there are other software out there, then maybe that's your best choice. If you still want to do whatever it is you are doing, then your best bet is google. Unfortunately, you'll find little help for poorly worded questionable activities here.
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