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  • #34012

    Anonymous

    Looking at what I got (I wrote the previous post when I’d just seen my program return words but not read them yet) I was looking at words backwards, some of which were nearly palindromes (MARYAM and some others), and thinking “this looks close”, messing around anagramming the keyword (which got the word MARYAM correct but then lots of other letters went wrong) instead of trying reversing the whole message…

    #34021

    Anonymous

    What is the second cipher though? That’s what we need now. Or is is it just fiddling around with the order of the letters and changing the odd letter?

    #34023

    Anonymous

    Yippee we did it! For us it turned out to be just 1 cipher. The keyword is quite random but that makes it effective.

    #34029

    Anonymous

    OFFICIAL CLUE: To solve 8a, first reverse the whole message. Then decode using Vigenere with keyword Nijmegen.

    #34052

    Anonymous

    I am completely stuck. I used a frequency analysis, and an ioc and got the probable keyword length and the most common 3 letter word, but I am still stuck. Help! And I thought that the rest of my team had done it, but we now only have 1 day to do it.
    HELP!

    #34053

    Anonymous

    How do you reverse a cipher?

    #34054

    Anonymous

    Done it!
    Do you need to insert space in the correct places?

    #34065

    Anonymous

    @Noushi you do not need to include spaces, it is just easier for you to read with them their. Your score will be the same with or without spaces.

    #34070

    Anonymous

    *there

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