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dorahan



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I have searched on google but i didn't find anything usefull... what i found just like Ave Maria, Ave Madrid, American Video Equipment, etc... please give me a clear information about this challenge... thanks so much..

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Wed Jun 18, 2008 8:58 am View user's profile Send private message
Allosentient



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I have no clue either, I just skipped that one and all the other crypto after that
Wed Jun 18, 2008 7:00 pm View user's profile Send private message
The_Dark_Avenger



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Allosentient wrote:
I have no clue either, I just skipped that one and all the other crypto after that

i didn't find anything either, but... remember one thing: very often there's an expression "the answer is"... 3 letters, 6 letters, 2 letters... Wink
Wed Jun 18, 2008 8:53 pm View user's profile Send private message
Allosentient



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that was one of the first things I tried and didn't get anything. I'm gonna take a break from these challenges and work on the games like modulo for awhile
Wed Jun 18, 2008 9:01 pm View user's profile Send private message
Loseway



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Hmh i first tried to look for ave in google but there is a more easy way to solve that one.
I just tried to guess some words and so i know what letters replace the real letters. Then i could guess other words and so on and at the end i have more letters and could decrypt the whole message.
Hint: My first word i searched for was "answer" cause it was in all crypto puzzles before, its a word with 6 letetrs i think you find it easily. if you have this one you have a good start.
Sorry my english sucks lol* Other easy words are 2 letter one like :is it he ...and so on, three letter: the and she ...and so on, you have to guess and try out:-D
Fri Jun 20, 2008 12:47 am View user's profile Send private message
dorahan



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ARghhh whaddya mean?? i don't understand at all... please describe to me more clearly... please..

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dorahan



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Somebody can help me to solve this challenge?? help me please...

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dorahan



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This challange has been solved. The hint is: use of the subtitution ciphers.


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Kuzmin



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dorahan wrote:
This challange has been solved. The hint is: use of the subtitution ciphers.


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Isn't this use of ROT*?
Sat Sep 06, 2008 1:09 pm View user's profile Send private message
Chicken



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Wow, this is a smart one. First you figure out the keyword from the sentence, and then leave it to rot.

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brazzy



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In fact, the title does give you the necessary hint if you've ever read an introduction text to cryptography. "Ave" is a Latin greeting. Latin was the language of ancient Rome. And it was a Roman Emperor who allegedly came up with a certain (very simple) encryption that was then named after him.
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TechnoDemon



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hahahaha...
pirates of caribbean....

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Masti6



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TechnoDemon wrote:
hahahaha...
pirates of caribbean....

I see I'm not the only fan of the series here, after all! The second movie was the best IMHO.
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J3ng44gn3J



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for anyone who is as braindead as ciphers as me, take the easy way:

look for decryper or deciphering program,

decrypto 8.5 is my fave so far

-J3

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