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By: johngie Ghost of Sparta 11942 posts
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Calling all codebreakers!

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A fellow forum member PM'ed this to me last night:

 

0241123012515211301260

 

I'm fairly certain it's grumpy, or an insult. I would appreciate your help deciphering it. If it turns out to not be a code, and is actually just a reult of him/her having a seizure and repeatedly smacking their head into their numberpad, that's ok too.

 

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Re: Calling all codebreakers!

May 15, 2013

I don't believe it means anything. lol Most likely just smashing his face violently into the num pad. xD!

 

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Re: Calling all codebreakers!

May 15, 2013

johngie wrote:

A fellow forum member PM'ed this to me last night:

 

0241123012515211301260

 

I'm fairly certain it's grumpy, or an insult. I would appreciate your help deciphering it. If it turns out to not be a code, and is actually just a reult of him/her having a seizure and repeatedly smacking their head into their numberpad, that's ok too.

 


How to Decipher a Secret Code

 

Determine what kind of code you have found. The type of code that can be deciphered with this method are simple replacements of a letter. For example: Every number 7 would be replaced with the letter B. If it doesn't look like a jumble of letters or a sequence of numbers, then you probably won't be able to crack it with this method.

 

Determine if the sequence of letters has been shuffled. If it hasn't been, then your job is immensely simplified. For letters, just shift every letter a space to the previous letter's spot. For example: The word "ABC," is decoded "Z.A.B." If this doesn't work, then shift the letters again and again, until you are back at the original message. If the message is a sequence of numbers, then start assigning numbers to letters, starting from "A: 1" all the way up to "Z: 26." Plug the letters in wherever their respective numbers are. If this doesn't work, then increase the numbers of all the letters by one (and making number 26 the new number 1). Plug in the letters again, and repeat the shifting until A is 1 again.

 

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Re: Calling all codebreakers!

May 15, 2013

johngie wrote:

A fellow forum member PM'ed this to me last night:

 

0241123012515211301260

 

I'm fairly certain it's grumpy, or an insult. I would appreciate your help deciphering it. If it turns out to not be a code, and is actually just a reult of him/her having a seizure and repeatedly smacking their head into their numberpad, that's ok too.

 


Can I assume you asked them about it?, so without breaking the confidence of the person (PM's are meant to be Private after all) what did they say?

 

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May 15, 2013
They didn't respond.
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Re: Calling all codebreakers!

May 15, 2013

I think it's the code to send to the mother ship to start the invasion.

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May 15, 2013
I got this I think It's an anagram but I'm bad at anagrams.

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Re: Calling all codebreakers!

May 15, 2013

johngie wrote:

A fellow forum member PM'ed this to me last night:

 

0241123012515211301260

 

I'm fairly certain it's grumpy, or an insult. I would appreciate your help deciphering it. If it turns out to not be a code, and is actually just a reult of him/her having a seizure and repeatedly smacking their head into their numberpad, that's ok too.

 


All they did was reverse the order.  This is easy.  The real message is 0621031125152102311420.

 

Notice the palindrome in the middle?  That was the point of all this.

 

 

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