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  • #33474

    Anonymous

    OFFICIAL CLUE: The number you need to know for the scytale is … 6.

    #33482

    Anonymous

    6. A nice number there, the second prime, whereas 2 is the first prime. 13 is the next number in the sequence.

    #33486

    Anonymous

    WHERE DO THE IS AND BS SHOW UP?

    #33489

    Anonymous

    OFFICIAL CLUE: The I’s and B’s contained a secret message, “SCYTALE SECURITATEM PRAEBET AMPLIUS”.

    #33494

    Anonymous

    Can we have any more clues?

    #33501

    Anonymous

    You really don’t need any more clues. It uses a scytale of 6. You should be able to figure out what the secondary cipher is as it isn’t anything new to you.

    #33507

    Anonymous

    Wait so this is double enciphered meaning that the first one is syctale, so we encrypt that and then we need to figure out the other one and encrypt that message to figure out 7b????

    #33510

    Anonymous

    OFFICIAL CLUE: The second cipher has keyword length 7.

    #33511

    Anonymous

    We’ve done it. Think about previous times and the ciphers you used
    We’re 9. If we can do it, so can you.

    #33516

    Anonymous

    OFFICIAL CLUE: Most of this has been already given out in clues, but at least it is all together now. The first cipher you need to decode is scytale, with rod size 6. The second is Vigenere and the keyword is 7 characters. The secret message with the I’s and B’s was “SCYTALE SECURITATEM PRAEBET AMPLIUS”. I suggest you look to translate this as it gives you one final clue.

    #33528

    Anonymous

    How does it work because it is not divisible by 6

    #33529

    Anonymous

    Sorry, I meant 7 not 6

    #33536

    Anonymous

    @67105112104101114, look at the cipher carefully for other symbols.

    #33537

    Anonymous

    Strip out the spaces then check the position (indices) of the underscores in the cipher, in particular the spacing of them. That should give you a clue.

    #33539

    Anonymous

    Does a rod size of 6 mean that there are 6 lines or each line has 6 characters?

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