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Re: Basic Mission 6

Post by SexyHacker_101 on Sun Sep 07, 2008 8:52 pm
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how are u suppose to subtract the symbols? CAUSE I DONT GET IT
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Re: Basic Mission 6

Post by ShijeFace on Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:27 pm
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You don't subtract the symbols. You either go forward or backwards.

Think of it this way, encrypting is going forward and decrypting is going backwards.
Common sense really isn't that common.
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Re: Basic Mission 6

Post by testb0t on Wed Sep 10, 2008 8:17 am
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i remember this mission not being that hard when I first time solved it, without even having to "encrypt'n'decrypt", cause there was a bug or something, that could be exploited, but this time, I must actually waste my time :|
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Re: Basic Mission 6

Post by ShijeFace on Wed Sep 10, 2008 2:26 pm
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If there was a bug and you got through the mission without doing anything, that was a waste of time.

Learning how to actually do something is never a waste of time.
Common sense really isn't that common.
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Re: Basic Mission 6

Post by testb0t on Thu Sep 11, 2008 8:28 am
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ShijeFace wrote:If there was a bug and you got through the mission without doing anything, that was a waste of time.

Learning how to actually do something is never a waste of time.


Finding ways to do things more faster than using the old-sdcool way is genial.
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If you're not given any clues how to do this or that, you'll go berserk and use the most brutal things.

Most of missions here are not for learning btw, but they are for testing your skills, but what's the point, if you don't have any, and most people here are typical - greedy and fear of opposition - they tell you nothing. -.-
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Re: Basic Mission 6

Post by sniffffer on Sat Sep 13, 2008 12:01 pm
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Ya jus find a lookup table for ascii and character. before that find the encription mode by relating each ...character.
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Re: Basic Mission 6

Post by sniffffer on Sat Sep 13, 2008 12:07 pm
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there must be some relation between each letters in an encrypted string. because they all folow an algorihm..... i mean a perticular sequence of for all letters. we used to solve some aptitude questions like this . ( Engg ). If the algorithm is complicated it will be very hard t0 figure it 0ut, but here it is simp1e. i think i can f0rmu1ate it t0 an equati0n.....
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Re: Basic Mission 6

Post by kurcaci on Sun Sep 14, 2008 8:54 am
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Just google it...:P
Find ASCII? find the methode?
Its just like a math...every one likes math right?
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Re: Basic Mission 6

Post by M-i-K-e on Tue Sep 16, 2008 1:59 pm
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mccouch25 wrote:alright I had tried using the ASCII table but I guess I don't understand it. Is it supposed to be an exact conversion? help plz


I don't know if i'm allowed to put this or not, but if not then I guess they will just remove it...

lets say the password consists of 8 characters

ch1 represents the first character, ch2 represents the second character ect....

ch1 = ch1
ch2 = ch2 + 1
ch3 = ch3 + 2
ch4 = ch4 + 3
ch5 = ch5 + 4
ch6 = ch6 + 5
ch7 = ch7 + 6
ch8 = ch8 + 7

example:

a = a
a = b (a + 1 = b)
a = c (a + 2 = c)
a = d (a + 3 = d)
a = e (a + 4 = e)
a = f (a + 5 = f)
a = g (a + 6 = g)
a = h (a + 7 = h)

I hope this explains a little, but at the same time I hope its not classed as a spoiler.
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Re: Basic Mission 6

Post by pluch002 on Tue Sep 16, 2008 2:03 pm
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I am completley lost. ive went through like 10 pages and found nothing to help me... ive tried using the ascii table, and got nothing. converted my password in about 4-5 different ways and its still wrong
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