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First of all, please DO NOT tell me the full answer.
So I've been trying to crack signal effect, and I know that the transmissions are encoded.
One was in Binary but it translated to this:

Quote:
)!=*l(#s, !(# y=# @$a) $e? @+=se% @o% )i( $a*$ @(d #$*e# !*$#ts. !)ro#= @+$ pi&@ pi&@ !* f^+@@ $* _!=d@!
One was in Hexadecimal, it translated to this:

Quote:
)!ho$(#, c(# _o# h$!) $#? C+=*(% @+r )^x $!y$ @(! #$*% !*#)#. !c!(^u)"V22dFeB҅RV22e ebR7$R2F2RbR RBR ҢD
One was in Base 64, it came out to this:

Quote:
)c=*$(r#, !a# _=u @$!r $#? @+a*(% @+% s^( $!*s @n! #$v%# !*$h)#. ')!(s3�@+e %^t@ !f $^+e. @o$*!*-f^() !&*#ts ^&a@! w@_% I !a@#^, *@N * !l%)l`(+ $@ i* t($ ^ou!* +~ d*!t$! (%e@ $y _!r$s!
but the last one I can't figure out what type of code it is...

Also, the codes I HAVE decoded seem to come out to gibberish. Did I make a mistake or are the messages double encrypted?
I would like some help working through this, please.
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Filiecs

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Here are the original codes:
Quote:
00101001 00100001 00111101 00101010 01101100 00101000 00100011 01110011 00101100 00100000 00100001 00101000 00100011 00100000 01111001 00111101 00100011 00100000 01000000 00100100 01100001 00101001 00100000 00100100 01100101 00111111 00100000 01000000 00101011 00111101 01110011 01100101 00100101 00100000 01000000 01101111 00100101 00100000 00101001 01101001 00101000 00100000 00100100 01100001 00101010 00100100 00100000 01000000 00101000 01100100 00100000 00100011 00100100 00101010 01100101 00100011 00100000 00100001 00101010 00100100 00100011 01110100 01110011 00101110 00100000 00100001 00101001 01110010 01101111 00100011 00111101 00100000 01000000 00101011 00100100 00100000 01110000 01101001 00100110 01000000 00100000 01110000 01101001 00100110 01000000 00100000 00100001 00101010 00100000 01100110 01011110 00101011 01000000 01000000 00100000 00100100 00101010 00100000 01011111 00100001 00111101 01100100 01000000 00100001
Quote:
2921686f2428232c20632823205f6f2320682421292024233f 20432b3d2a282520402b7220295e7820242179242040282120 23242a25be20212ab72329232e20216321285e752922021656 1232b23205e2640206f2a2024692b402e20465f242a21792d2 85e752920216561232b23205e265e265e76212021685f25202 a2021284023792c20624025202a20632469294020282b20694 0205e2a20232865205e2a262165202b7e202165215f2421204 8252a4020bd2a205fbf3d244021
Quote:
KWM9KiQociMsICFhIyBfPXUgQCQhciAkIz8gQCthKiglIEArJS BzXiggJCEqcyBAbiEgIyR2JSMgISokaCkjLiAnKSEoczOgQCtl ICVedEAgIWYgJF4rZS4gQG8kKiEqLWZeKCkgISYqI3RzIF4mYU AhIHdAXyUgSSAhYUAjXiwgKkBOICogIWwlKWxgKCsgJEAgaSog dCgkIF5vdSEqICt+IGQqIXQkISAoJWVAICR5IF8hciRzIQ==
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Lauraliane

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4th Original Code

Quote:
83 33 61 42 108 97 35 35 44 32 33 40 110 32 95 61 35 32 64 101 33 41 32 109 35 63 32 64 104 61 42 40 100 32 102 43 37 32 41 94 40 32 100 33 42 36 32 97 40 33 32 115 101 42 37 35 32 110 105 36 35 41 35 46 32 65 41 33 40 35 61 32 64 104 36 32 37 94 38 115 32 33 42 32 36 94 114 64 46 32 64 95 117 114 33 42 45 40 94 40 114 32 98 38 42 35 43 35 32 94 38 94 64 101 32 33 64 97 37 32 42 32 99 40 64 114 94 44 32 42 117 37 32 42 32 33 36 37 110 64 32 40 111 32 36 64 32 94 110 32 35 40 36 32 104 42 38 33 42 32 43 102 32 33 42 94 95 36 33 32 40 37 42 100 32 36 42 32 119 33 61 36 64 33
Is Ascii and give this

Quote:
S!=*la##, !(n _=# @e!) m#? @h=*(d f+% )^( d!*$ a(! se*%# ni$#)#. A)!(#= @h$ %^&s !* $^r@. @_ur!*-(^(r b&*#+# ^&^@e !@a% * c(@r^, *u% * !$%n@ (o $@ ^n #($ h*&!* +f !*^_$! (%*d $* w!=$@!
This tool is useful: http://home.paulschou.net/tools/xlate/

But I am stuck too

Lauraliane

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So anyone found this yet?

DaBere

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It looks like they are double encrypted, and some of the letter groupings look like they form a sentence...particularly with the existence of a period followed by a capital letter.

However, for the life of me I can't figure out the key to the cipher. I have found a decoding tool, though, so I'm giving that a go to see if it decodes one of them.

bamiller1972

Just curious what you get when you don't convert the binary code into half-bytes. Instead of 00101001 converting into 29 for the ACSII character ')', what if it were converted into a literal 41 for an ASCII character 'A'?

I'm not on the quest so have no desire to check the rest of the message but try the first couple and see if that might get a more reasonable message.

Lauraliane

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Ok Found it!

Mueslinator

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You know, if you had done a forum search, you might have found this:

http://forums.thesecretworld.com/showthread.php?t=37670


Also, please spoiler-tag at least the translated segments.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lauraliane View Post
Ok Found it!
I was about to ask you to PM me a hint...

When (to quote the movie Hook) lightning just struck my brain. Can't believe I didn't see it before now.

DaBere

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mueslinator View Post
You know, if you had done a forum search, you might have found this:

http://forums.thesecretworld.com/showthread.php?t=37670
You know, you come across as a right ass with that post.

And while I'm also being an ass, your post in the other thread was great at giving the answers, not so much at providing how you got there, which would have been a FAR more useful piece of information for those trying to solve it.

@Filiecs: Something looks off...check the hexadecimal one. And the Binary. I think you're missing part of the code.
 

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