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Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by gendou on 2007-06-09 10:45:22 (edited 2007-06-11 16:56:50)
Welcome to Gendou.com Cryptography Challenge #16!
The below image contains an encoded message.
Decode that message and send it to me in a message by clicking here.
If you decrypted it correctly, I will give you a level up and put your name on the scoreboard.

Cryptography Challenge #16!

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hint 5

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Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by on 2007-06-09 14:59:24
I can't wait to solve this one Gendou-sama~! Hm... haven't got it yet but I'm working on it~!!

Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by Huy on 2007-06-10 11:45:51
Hmmm...........Feynman?

Is there a reason that you made it a picture?

I have no idea how to look at it from different angles.


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by iceflame5 on 2007-06-10 13:45:46
I don't get how this cryptography thing works, but I found out the name of the guy who witnessed the event.

If one is able to think, he or she necessarily exists... Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket

Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by gendou on 2007-06-10 14:31:47
yes, it is a quote from a book about richard feynman!
huy, do you have an LCD or CRT monitor?


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by Huy on 2007-06-10 14:44:22 (edited 2007-06-10 14:45:23)
@ Gendou: I have a CRT monitor but I'll get a Notebook in a week.


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by gendou on 2007-06-10 14:49:13
what might you see using your notebook that you would not using a CRT?


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by DeG on 2007-06-10 22:25:46

Wow my eyes are hurting now lol.

I think I might have to use a different monitor...kinda blurry if I'm correct about "how" to look at the problem.



kenshin

Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by gendou on 2007-06-10 23:54:58
try using photoshop


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by Natzor on 2007-06-11 00:20:22 (edited 2007-06-11 01:01:38)
lol, first step was easy, now to group them into 5's

"Once you see the pattern, form groups of five."
Is this "pattern" referring to what happens after the first step? Because I'm not getting any groups of five, just words that mean nothing...

Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by on 2007-06-11 01:14:32
Wow I really don't get this one. I'm completely lost @_@ I think I'll wait for the next one.....

Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by Terror on 2007-06-11 11:19:12
Are the periods and such a part of the message?


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by Natzor on 2007-06-11 11:38:57
when decrypting, the punctuation are not ignored.

Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by Terror on 2007-06-11 11:40:48 (edited 2007-06-11 16:17:54)
Ok then. Tedious grouping time....

(Omg, this takes awhile....a long while....)

Done I hope.


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by on 2007-06-13 07:32:02
guess im not cut out for code breaking...


A friend of today is an enemy of tomorrow.
I am an empty shell. I don't feel loved at all

Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by gendou on 2007-06-13 13:08:46
The text from Feynman's story is a red haring.
Look beyond the contents. Look at the delivery.


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by Shadow on 2007-06-15 18:45:27 (edited 2007-06-17 18:23:35)
holly crap this is awesome i think i figured it out im going to send it later after i transfer everything on the notepad....withought using photoshop i can still it but i used photoshop..well good luck people

EDIT: hmm....this is quite harder than i thought...i dont get the bacon part ....A's and B's err...how to decode the last part

I dare you to not to read this.. opps too bad you already read it


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by on 2007-06-15 19:06:44
i don't know how to decrypt it i mean what do i do? the procedure? the objective? man at least i need one example T.T can anyone PM me how this goes??


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by forest on 2007-06-19 04:08:36
Damn, i don't have Photoshop... Does it have anything to do with the computer screen, like if it's LCD or something?


Re: Cryptography Challenge #16!
Link | by on 2007-06-19 04:25:37
i think it has to do with the words... the phrasing is sort of... funny...


A friend of today is an enemy of tomorrow.
I am an empty shell. I don't feel loved at all

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