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as I've said in the previous rant, I know nothing about cryptography but I wanna make a tattoo and you guys have to validate how easy it is from samples.

Round 1:

EAPAToAqQMAoAoaAMEaihsIOAkrN

Comments
  • 2
    Sure why the fuck not but nobody is able to decode it without even a small hint. WE NEED HINT to decode that.
  • 1
    @funvengeance Give us some hint. There are billions of ways to encrypt a message. IDK all of them.
  • 2
    And if you wanted a message encrypted then you could just ask me to encrypt it. Trust me nobody would solve the shit i would have created. I didnt totally created 2 puzzles that are to this fucking day unsolved.
  • 8
    @Haxk20

    Hey buddy, you okay there?
  • 1
    @Charon92 Uhm yeah. Im just mad when people expect other people to solve something without a hint.
  • 2
    @Haxk20

    Just checking. You seemed to be really going in hard on this.

    I get your point but I imagine OP has used a fairly standard encryption method. Sure a hint would be good but most good decryption tests/quests haven't bothered with hints.
  • 1
    @Charon92 Did all standart encryptions that consist of lowercase and uppercase letters and none of them work. Either OP used multiple encryptions which is unlikely or he used something i have no clue about.
  • 1
    @Charon92 So hint would be really nice. At least if its hash or wtf it is.
  • 1
    Took about 20 minutes to find. Good challenge but not hard enough yet!
  • 4
    While it is not a lot of information to work with (for frequency analysis)
    some thing are fairly easy to see:
    it's symmetric
    it's more than one word (so there need to be spaces)
    A seems to translate to that space perfectly
    o seems a letter which can stand as a single word (so I or A)

    that's what I found after a minute and I'd expect anyone who doesn't blindly search the algorithm immediately to find this.

    I'm too lazy to continue solving it, however I'd start with trying some rot algorithms or replacement algorithms to find a solution.
  • 1
    Simple rot, like Caesars, is insufficient, it keeps spaces and characters case. It's possible we have here rot over [a-zA-Z].
  • 1
    Use one-time-pad encryption. It is optimal in the class of perfectly secret schemes and provably unbreakable (considering a good random number generator and sufficiently long messages)
  • 0
    Ahhh crap its more words. That could work. Crap didnt think of that as he said very simple.
  • 0
    Only thing i got from it is AM MUTE. Doesnt make any sense and is surely wrong but all other crap fails instantly
  • 0
    @mt3o @kleopi @mszaf ok, that was like a baseline model, do you guys think I can use this model to be slightly harder to solve? I want it to be solvable but not for every Fresher Politology student ?
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