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Crack the code and win $100 for the charity of your choice
Pick up your telephone and dial (202)386-6909. Whoa... what does this coded message say? Be the first to crack the code and post the correct answer here, and you'll win the charity of your choice $100. Careful, though, it's much, much harder than it seems. You're going to need to work with plenty of smart friends on this project to crack the code.
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|Re: [code-cracker] Re: further thoughts - chrisgagne|
V, I can help by advising that the hexadecimal string is closest to the next step. Chris Gagne On Apr 9, 2007, at...
|Re: further thoughts - Veeyawn|
A quick conversion as you typed it gives us:
Decimal: 114 249 93 240 155 99 82 1 125 155 1 244 90 81 214 110 169 227...
|Re: transcription/analysis - chrisgagne|
It would be of use to note that the words and numbers section of this transcript is 100% accurate. I've not reviewed...
|further thoughts - zobier|
As the words in the ciphertext all start with the letters a-f (and the notes at the end are also A & F#), I'm inclined...
|transcription/analysis - zobier|
The ciphertext starts with a series of repeating alternating tones having a predominant frequency. The frequencies...