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Jensor

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« Reply #600 on: 05-30-2006 10:14 »
« Last Edit on: 05-30-2006 10:14 »

Thank you Arkan.

Encrypt your own with Gopher's handy tool.


 
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VJPIVTISCJ! I AFJRKN AQ MQGC YF'A VYLNF QMM FNJ MGRT-Q-PJFJV.

Hurray, top of the page!
laptopmoerder

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« Reply #601 on: 05-30-2006 10:46 »
« Last Edit on: 05-30-2006 10:46 »


OK, I hope this is difficult :-)

WRYYN A'M SXYIN, RQI LHXB. A FXW ECWS HBERNABJ X YXSOHY SXWSN FXSHYDYHWW WXBIFADO.
Arkan

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« Reply #602 on: 06-03-2006 04:31 »


You forgot to change the 'M'.  smile

 
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TQM D ENQYF RGJGV YNJG WRHNRG WK SQEP WK HNQ SWFG SG VGWYDKG D YNJG IYGBN.
laptopmoerder

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« Reply #603 on: 06-04-2006 11:55 »
« Last Edit on: 06-04-2006 11:55 »

Phew, that was a tough one...


Ok, here's something. It's quite easy I think, but I just love this quote :-)

LT L JXCXD'F UFYZI VXCX TCQRXD L'S VMCBQQD OQY LD FVX XOX!

@Arkan: "I deliberately didn't change the 'm', for my intention was to confuse the puny humans! Mwahaaahaa!"
Arkan

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« Reply #604 on: 06-04-2006 16:09 »

Sure, that's what they all say!


 laff I love that one too.

 
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L'TPQR, B JDKXE VJKV MKPTBPZ BPESFVXL XDZSAKVBQPF KXD XDKAAL NDXL FBHUAD.
laptopmoerder

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« Reply #605 on: 06-05-2006 15:37 »

*scratches head*
I absolutely don't have the slightest idea what to do with that bunch of letters...

If nobody else decrypts it, maybe you would be so kind and give me a clue?
Arkan

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« Reply #606 on: 06-05-2006 17:57 »

Heheh, sure, just give it another day or so.  smile
Jensor

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« Reply #607 on: 06-06-2006 23:47 »

I agree with laptopmoerder.  After a few tries, I found out that the first word isn't "M'lady".  I'll go for a hint now.  Don't make it too obvious though, just one or two letters.
Arkan

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« Reply #608 on: 06-07-2006 04:59 »

OK, how about:


There, that should make it a bit easier...
Jensor

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« Reply #609 on: 06-07-2006 09:32 »
« Last Edit on: 06-07-2006 09:32 »

That was a tough one, good job Arkan.


 
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XIJ ILD KDMAFCXAT LCESF, C ULDR RSMF CF RMP FI KD M EJMLWNIFSDJ.
Arkan

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« Reply #610 on: 06-07-2006 11:00 »

Thanks!  smile


 
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VHX SRP, WS AVFYNAPQ AFJHX! NRC BVH F JLJD DJZVS SRP?
Xanfor

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« Reply #611 on: 06-07-2006 15:20 »
« Last Edit on: 06-07-2006 15:20 »

@laptopmoerder:

 
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11111100110011010000101000010 01110010101
00100100100001100101100000010 01001111000
01010010010010100100001100010 00111000111
01010001010000100100101011100 00011111011
01100001001111111101000110110 00110111000
010101101101101

I give up. Unless the message is:

 
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$XxRJCQBJa?ѱV

I'm stumped.

laptopmoerder

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« Reply #612 on: 06-07-2006 15:35 »
« Last Edit on: 06-07-2006 15:35 »

Sorry  everyone, but Xanfor and I have a very nicely "you can't decode my binary message"-game we moved here because it's at least a little bit OnT here...

   
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Originally posted by Xanfor:
  I'm stumped.

Oh, come on! You haven't tried yet :-)
Have you already figured out how many bits per word the code MUST have (hint: less than 8, but constant)?
Maybe you'd then like to find out on which media codes with that number of bits were mainly used (hint: the code I used was the second major one for that media)?

If I'm in a good mood tomorrow, I'll help you further on if my hints didn't help you...
edit: just that we're clear about the term 'word': I mean a binary word, so a group of bits that make up a SINGLE character or control code (a word with 8 bits would be called a byte)

To stay OnT:

If anyone else wants to post a puzzle, just go ahead, I'm too tired today to think of something good!
Naxon

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« Reply #613 on: 06-08-2006 18:03 »

jeeze, i feels like i haven't been here for ages.
anyway, i've got an easy on (sorry if this one's already been taken, but i never got through the rest of the thread.

Uwlr kzx sz mwarni tanwm, clzcpl uzr'm hl ixtl kzx'dl szrl qrkmwarn qm qpp.
Jensor

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« Reply #614 on: 06-08-2006 20:50 »
« Last Edit on: 06-08-2006 20:50 »


 
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RM QOJM UQEJ LO JLHG IEW NQ ENNGOT E SQJJMIQQT WSLOTLU. YPWN KEM NSG CEJGN NSG NIQ FPXBW.
laptopmoerder

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« Reply #615 on: 06-09-2006 05:37 »
« Last Edit on: 06-09-2006 05:37 »


BAM!
 
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XOUU, URRQD UCQO WLO TPBWS'D XCYMCYV MRXY. UOW'D WPQO P BRPM WBCT WR WCNGPYP PYM VOW EPWIRW DRZO PAWCRY.

OK, Xanfor, I'm lifting the veil...

Well, maybe you could come up with some coded stuff if you like? (Please, only things where there's a SINGLE possible solution)
Arkan

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« Reply #616 on: 06-09-2006 16:45 »


 
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XSOJ YKFO NM TKBX KX XSO ZTJFENYB XSOM HOXNHOC XZ EHZFZXO KTYZSZTNY VOLOHKROB.
laptopmoerder

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« Reply #617 on: 06-10-2006 10:58 »
« Last Edit on: 06-13-2006 00:00 »


Hope this is right, as I can't remember the episode :-)

Ah, this one came just handy :-)
 
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NP! LDC LNJPW! PTC, SYAKSWM, PTYT JWLTM TF UWAVW IW YDAK CWDY VYAKHAKS QNITY!
(Farnsworth) Enjoyyyy!

EDIT: OK, it is a little bit difficult, isn't it? So, I'll give you some hints:
Xanfor

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« Reply #618 on: 06-10-2006 14:29 »

A 5-bit code!?! That's just meanwink

I'll think of something for you. And if you're lucky, maybe it'll be humane!

laptopmoerder

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« Reply #619 on: 06-10-2006 14:36 »

 
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Originally posted by Xanfor:
A 5-bit code!?! That's just mean!   wink

Mwahhahaaa! If you have time and can easily download 200MB, have a look at this video here. It's about some guy playing aroung with an old Honeywell H316 computer, along with a TTY, some tape puncher and much more....

Oh, and I'm looking forward to your stuff :-)
laptopmoerder

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« Reply #620 on: 06-15-2006 14:59 »

Sorry for double-posting, but it's about time to bring this thread to life again.

So, I've posted this puzzle some days ago:
 
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NP! LDC LNJPW! PTC, SYAKSWM, PTYT JWLTM TF UWAVW IW YDAK CWDY VYAKHAKS QNITY! (UWAVETYS)

And with these hints it should be solvable:
Jensor

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« Reply #621 on: 06-18-2006 01:53 »
« Last Edit on: 06-18-2006 01:53 »

That was a tough one, even with the hints.  Good work, Laptop.


 
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OB QIEC WIXNAR-XPAUOUIK DON, ZRP'KK YOBV I AIOB XKOEDQA, I VOXGRXILKQ YPB EIHQAI, IBV XRHQNCOBW NR GARNQEN ZRP IWIOBXN LIENQAOI - I CIAGRRB!
Arkan

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« Reply #622 on: 06-19-2006 15:43 »


Heh heh, good one Jensor.

 
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YTTY RTUTGGTJ. ES KTP'GM IXRM KTP TYIK ZMR RT RGMXH JXRMG EY RVM OBXIITN RXYL.
Jensor

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« Reply #623 on: 06-19-2006 18:18 »
« Last Edit on: 06-19-2006 18:18 »


   
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KZJVFJDIDF, UBSJ FXZDWU PISJ BMM SJ IDE PKBWWJE FXJ EOIZD, UB ZM NBV PBVKE - BX, XB! HXIF'U FXZU?

Edit:  Misspelled 'scallop'.
Arkan

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« Reply #624 on: 06-19-2006 18:20 »

Okie-dokie.

Heh heh, scallob.
Jensor

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« Reply #625 on: 07-03-2006 13:45 »

In case anyone forgot, I had a quote posted.  Here it is again.

 
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KZJVFJDIDF, UBSJ FXZDWU PISJ BMM SJ IDE PKBWWJE FXJ EOIZD, UB ZM NBV PBVKE - BX, XB! HXIF'U FXZU?
Arkan

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« Reply #626 on: 07-03-2006 18:04 »

Oops!


Sorry, Jensor.  hmpf

 
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VKUXPR KAU OPAQVPDPA, MHB QJP RPWPAQPPAQJ SPKB XA K BHL, QJP MYQYBP HM BHZHQXGR JKR KBBXWPU.
Jensor

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« Reply #627 on: 07-10-2006 16:06 »
« Last Edit on: 07-10-2006 16:06 »

Sorry, I was a bit of a bum lately.  Here it is:

 
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UWZZ, PQ RCDJPLX VL'ZZ ICJW MOTCLXWTM OEPLJ P'I DVVZ, P'ZZ AV PO!
Gopher

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« Reply #628 on: 07-10-2006 23:28 »
« Last Edit on: 07-10-2006 23:28 »

I return from my long absence, and post on the 87-month anniversary of the day I started this thread.  I don't think the thread's been inactive for more than 3 weeks at any time, and still it hasn't reached 20 pages yet.

Solution to Jensor's puzzle:

And now for another quote! Haven't checked all the new quotes since I've been away, so forgive me if I repeat...

   
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KBIM BS, JBS'G OBW EMIMIPME CBY IWKC T YNF PWLLTSL OBW, JBS'G OBW? 'KNWFM TG YNF N ZBG, OBW EMIMIPME, ETLCG?


[edit]
xanfor: What's so evil about a 5-bit code? they're fairly common for plain-text encoding routines; an 8-bit representation has too much non-random data, since only a small number of the possible permutations are meaningful. The first step in almost any good encryption routine is representing the data in the most compact way possible. For english this means no punctuation, capitals, or numerals, just the 26 letters. Least bits to express 26 values is 5.

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- I have no legs - No tengo ninguna pierna - Δεν έχω κανένα πόδι - Non ho piedini - 私は足を有しない。-
- 나는아무다리도 없다 - Eu no tenho nenhum p - Я не имею никакие ноги - Ich habe keine Beine -
- Je n'ai aucune jambe - Ik heb geen benen - 我沒有腿。- Actually, I do have legs
Arkan

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« Reply #629 on: 07-11-2006 07:56 »

[Randy]Yay, Gopher's back![/Randy]


 
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UNR, PRXJB OXTJK QXXHRBVJ HOBNUBE XTP XTV YNUPVK. NOO PRBK OBCP INJ SNLMUD JXEN NUE HNYBVJ. NUE RBVB MP MJ!
Gopher

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« Reply #630 on: 07-11-2006 12:19 »

... I don't know why my return makes you randy, ark, but, uhm... thanks, I guess?

This one was pretty evil. Got some parts pretty quickly, but the rest just wasn't making any sense until the quote finally clicked.

That one actually cost me money, as I should've been doing work I can get paid for.

Here's another:
 
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DHASHJ: GWQH VAKXXR JKWP, "WY RBM LKXU K TBN DMAGHP WXUB UDH JMX, RBM VBU UB PB WU RBMAJHGY." VBP AHJU DHA CBSTWH TBXHJ.
laptopmoerder

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« Reply #631 on: 07-11-2006 12:48 »
« Last Edit on: 07-11-2006 12:48 »

I'm in again! Hooraaay!

OK, here we go... (it's not very difficult)
 
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LSNF NF TNQK W XZLSKU'F IUKWX. OWI IUKWX, LSWL NF! WL LSNF UWLK, N'X AKEKU CZNAC LZ CKL W CUWAIGSNTI!
Gopher

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« Reply #632 on: 07-11-2006 17:12 »


Can't believe I forgot to trim the speaker's name off the last one. Oops.

Here's another:

 
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ED'P FMMU AQMNHPDHSMN KLD ED PVSHIUP NEWH KIU AQMNHPDHSMN!
Arkan

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« Reply #633 on: 07-11-2006 22:56 »

Sorry Gopher, I guess I just get excited sometimes...  hmpf
...You do know I meant the character and not the, uh, state, right? If so, I'm sorry; it's so hard to tell when people are joking on here.  hmpf


 
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MHI RVKJ MHIL TJUVXM VP V NLICVT, CMLVZZYXVT QYXCVCHL, VZQ CRVC FYTT HICTYKJ VZM DHZIDJZC.
Gopher

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« Reply #634 on: 07-11-2006 23:17 »

arkan: as a rule of thumb, I'm almost always joking  laff


Started to post a really, really evil one, but decided to go with this one instead.

 
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TXMWCZ, WSXM XM NIZZD KC IZC SCTT IA D KIECT PIFCPCZW. DAWCYEDYBM SC'TT KC TJROL XA SC SDM DZL KIZCM TCAW!
laptopmoerder

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« Reply #635 on: 07-12-2006 06:29 »
« Last Edit on: 07-12-2006 06:29 »

Gopher: Tell me about the evil, evil one... I thought my El Zoido quote was one of the most difficult ones :-)


Here we go:
 
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WFD, YXX HAYH ZD YTQ FNFR DAYXX BF ZD ZT HAYH BMG. YTQ HAF BMG ZHDFXV ZD PRMBYBXW JMRHA DMSFHAZTK HMM.
Gopher

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« Reply #636 on: 07-12-2006 11:48 »


Ok, by request, here's the one I thought would be really evil... have fun.

 
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MDG CMOMGYT ZOUXMBY BJ JWT'C NBPGY. O DGOEXYT-LVOWAGA JBWMWGCC CVWWBVIAXIL MDG UGYEXZ CUYOIZDIXZ LOILYXBI.

Arkan

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« Reply #637 on: 07-12-2006 20:51 »

I was just making sure you were joking, Gopher. You never can be too sure.  tongue

Amd about the quote: it wasn't too evil. I made a few lucky guesses...


This one may or not be more/as evil:

 
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EJSURF! HL RJMIELU MAXTR YMS XLLXE GLRR YMX. OYZL JRYAI, OTAAJZYA.
Gopher

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« Reply #638 on: 07-13-2006 00:20 »

That one was a bit tricky; took me a while to figure out YMS/TMX, I kept wanting them to be and/any or are/art/arm, finally got the right combination and the rest came together.


Picked this one rather hastily from the transcripts, not sure if it'll be easy or not. There are a couple of contractions, so it shouldn't be too hard.

 
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SODM CJ, SOPAWTYPJI, KYG'PM YNMP JIM ICHH. CJ'W JCZM JY HMONM WDCMADM JY JIM 120-KMOP-YHUW.
laptopmoerder

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« Reply #639 on: 07-13-2006 10:35 »
« Last Edit on: 07-13-2006 10:35 »


Just had to go for the two words after '120'... :-)

Ah, one of my favourites:
 
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NPLUWP ELU SGE PGTM NL SMNGBPLDJZGIIE SGHM G "FMGI VJNP NPM FMTJI". GRF KE "FMTJI" J SMGR "DLKLN FMTJI". GRF KE "SMNGBPLDJZGIIE" J SMGR "WMN ELUD ZLGN".

Unfortunately, the necessary quotaion marks will make it a little bit too easy...
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