Re: Help Please



On Oct 4, 7:26 pm, g...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Greg Rose) wrote:
In article <8PPFk.7211$UO5.6...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,

simon wike <zi...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
437016247*753943433914*26311243213924*392431

It's called "3402052588128733813268598459778091406952".

Greg.
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Greg Rose
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To be quite fair, there are unlimited potential cryptological
algorithms and Greg name for this one is fine if he chooses to call it
that. Of course, the essence of it could be joke, trivial, or even
something real but not worth the time. In another posting,
autodictive ciphers, a related point would be that if the cipher was
any good, what was posted would be insufficient to solve it or could
be forced to mean something it does not if reverse engineered to be
so.
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