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Re: HP Secure Web Console
From: alec () DAKOTACOM NET (Alec Kosky)
Date: Wed, 1 Dec 1999 13:21:42 -0700
On 01-Dec-99 Jon Mitchell wrote:
However we discovered that
it does not appear to be any sort of MD5 encryption scheme (although I'm
not an encryption expert), but in actuality what we've deemed Secret
Decoder Ring encryption. The letters are one to one with another letter,
and even worse, in order as well.
Here's an example of two sets of letters:
You type: abcd
You type: ABCD
ROT13 encoding - like the caesar cipher (it may be the caesar cipher?). Take
your character and rotate 13 characters.