## Basic Mission 6

### Re: Basic Mission 6

Characters in what?
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### Re: Basic Mission 6

It's extremely simple, all you need is patience, some math skills and maybe something to write on.
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### Re: Basic Mission 6

Not easiest, but absolute funnest mission yet!
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### Re: Basic Mission 6

I got the beginning two characters, and the last two.
I just can't seem to figure the middle out.
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BuTTHeaD wrote:I got the beginning two characters, and the last two.
I just can't seem to figure the middle out.

First try to see how the encryption works
try to encrypt a pattern of chars thats easy to predict what happened to them e.g:"aaaaaa"
and see what happens to your string!
same goes for numbers.
then reverse engineer that on the given string.
hope you get it
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I got that down.
I just need the middle two.
The ;: part.
Fuck.
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I just need the middle two.
The ;: part.
Fuck.

try to go beyond the last number.
Xive
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Okay well, i thought i had that, but i didn't.
What the hell.
Am i allowed to how what i got?
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Okay heres a little useful tip.
Place only zero's to the encryption and start decryption.
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Wow, this was way easier than I thought, I came in here nearly screaming, I got fghf9h:> as a password, so I figured out the encryption, but I still couldn't get it.... I didn't realize the :> was even there. lol some mistakes are too easy...
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