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From: <security () rexwire com>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 15:58:37 -0400

Recently a consultant at one of our clients got let go under not so good
circumstances. We were called into see if he had left any backdoor behind. 

We did not find any backdoors but we found out that he encrypted two columns
of data in a access database. The data in the columns look like this

We cant figure out how he encrypted it. Has anyone seen this before?


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