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Aleks Iliosk
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Joined: Apr 16, 2011
Posts: 7
i made some code and i want to test / try to crack !
If there is someone who understands codes ,let's try to break this code ,of course if you can eheheh

882132328213223232233131232233223813231488
8881213218212211213232822212188
81323112333118
882132328313313132321813213188
882122138213313233122121223314821331488
88813331382332121213212133228223333888
82123211213133318
882133218313313322123813213188


P.S. If you know a forum for topics of this kind ( code/decode , cracking ,Cryptography еct... ) , please post me...
Wouter Oet
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Joined: Oct 25, 2008
Posts: 2700

Hi and welcome to the JavaRanch.

I don't think that people will be able to crack it without some examples. Any we would appreciate it if you would let us know that you have posted this question on other sites as well (read more about that here).


"Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand." --- Martin Fowler
Please correct my English.
Aleks Iliosk
Greenhorn

Joined: Apr 16, 2011
Posts: 7
Wouter Oet wrote:Hi and welcome to the JavaRanch.

I don't think that people will be able to crack it without some examples. Any we would appreciate it if you would let us know that you have posted this question on other sites as well (read more about that here).


Hi
some help for you folks:
i only use the numbers:
1 , 2 , 3 , 4 and 8.
-Each line always starts and ends with an 8 .
-Each line either ends with 88 or 18 .
-how long the code will be ,always start//ends with 8 or with 88 .
- 4 is always preceded by 31 and succeeded by an 8 (but see help)

*** help for you : but sometimes (not in this code i mean -general)
4 is also with 33 . ex: 314 and 334 .

come onn memberss crack this codeee ;)

P.S. i have posted this code on this forum :::
http://forum.thegamecreators.com/
but there are no RESULTS yet !!!

Ulf Dittmer
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Posed like this, the question doesn't make much sense. Anyone trying to crack the code needs to make some assumptions about the cleartext. Like : is it human language? (Could be DNA base pairs for all we know.) If it is language, which one? Single words or sentences? Etc.


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Andrew Monkhouse
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The other thing that many people would want to know is whether this is a homework assignment or not. This format of your description makes it look very similar to the types of assignments given to students studying cryptography at school - it is not uncommon for the professor to give a series of these types of questions as part of the final exam, where you have to decrypt each part in order to get the final answer. (Of course, you could always email any moderator with evidence that this is not the case, and they could confirm that here).


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Aleks Iliosk
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Joined: Apr 16, 2011
Posts: 7
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Posed like this, the question doesn't make much sense. Anyone trying to crack the code needs to make some assumptions about the cleartext. Like : is it human language? (Could be DNA base pairs for all we know.) If it is language, which one? Single words or sentences? Etc.



I understand and here are the answers:

- it is human ENGLISH language .
- Sentences.
- only char , no spaces , no numbers ....
- If you translate this code/crack you will get part of a famous book...
something like this :::

ex: "Cometomyworld
Terrormademecruel
andfindingituseless " ;)

Is this enough? if not ask questions ....

keep going, i hope you'll figure it out ....

sorry for my english, hope you'll understand
i'll try to write beter to understand ;)

Aleks Iliosk
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Joined: Apr 16, 2011
Posts: 7
Andrew Monkhouse wrote:The other thing that many people would want to know is whether this is a homework assignment or not. This format of your description makes it look very similar to the types of assignments given to students studying cryptography at school - it is not uncommon for the professor to give a series of these types of questions as part of the final exam, where you have to decrypt each part in order to get the final answer. (Of course, you could always email any moderator with evidence that this is not the case, and they could confirm that here).


-This code is not homework assignment ,final exem or some other task from professor or other person !

This is my code. I made this code ! I invented this code . This code is my personal property and no one else!

Now , i want to test this code. I'm interested if anyone can break this code Because that ,I posted here this code and wait to someone to crack.......

I want to know ,was I really developed a good ,strong code ( and i will be happy ) or can be easily break ( and i will be said )
Joydeep Ghatak
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Joined: Sep 30, 2009
Posts: 41

Hi,

Some more information/hints required,

1. Is each line of your code contains a part of a famous book name ?
2. Or the Sum of all the lines comes out to be a part of a famous book name ?
3. Is this a substitution type code or algorithm type code ?
4. What we can expect after each line ?

Thanks,
Joydeep


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Aleks Iliosk
Greenhorn

Joined: Apr 16, 2011
Posts: 7
Joydeep Ghatak wrote:Hi,

Some more information/hints required,

1. Is each line of your code contains a part of a famous book name ?
2. Or the Sum of all the lines comes out to be a part of a famous book name ?
3. Is this a substitution type code or algorithm type code ?
4. What we can expect after each line ?

Thanks,
Joydeep


Hi Joydeep and here's the answer to your questions ....

1. It is NOT a part of famous book name.
2. All lines ( eight lines ) are the contents (part of a text) of a famous book ...
3. Hmm what you think ;)
4. Each line is a part of a Sentence ...
- see examplе that is just as written and not take the exact code .(it is not properly coded.) This is an example only to show what is each line or what you can expect ........ ex:

Terrormademecruel --------> 88xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx88
andfindingituseless --------> 8xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx8
toattempt --------> 888 xxxxxxxxxxxxxx888
shakingthecreatureoff ..... --------> 88xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx88 .... ;)

" Terror made me cruel; and finding it useless to attempt shaking the creature off " (this is part of a text from book ,I found through google ;) http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/show/282875 )

Each line (Terrormademecruel) or (toattempt) is a part of a sentece .... each line has code (Terrormademecruel=88xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx88) or (toattempt=888 xxxxxxxxxxxxxx888).
All lines are the contents (part of a text) of а book.

I hope that you understood , what I want to say


Aleks Iliosk
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Joined: Apr 16, 2011
Posts: 7
oooo people , realy no one can break this little code ?? realy?
Mike Simmons
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Well, first you would need to find people who care, I suppose.
Aleks Iliosk
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Joined: Apr 16, 2011
Posts: 7
Mike Simmons wrote:Well, first you would need to find people who care, I suppose.

hmm...
such kind of people on this forum?
Does any one know forum about this , tell me !
 
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