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  • What's this say?

    Here ya go:

    192.168.12.9
    192.168.13.30
    192.168.14.15
    192.168.15.22
    192.168.16.10
    192.168.17.17
    192.168.18.33

  • #2
    It says you are on a private network.

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    • #3
      Pezz, please expand...
      if it gets me nowhere, I'll go there proud; and I'm gonna go there free.

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      • #4
        OH MY GOD, THE NETWORK IS USING DIFFERENT OCTETS!!! HOW UNCOMMON!!!

        *note: The obove statement was created in complete sarcasim.
        Killing threads one post at a time...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Cyb3RSoldi3R
          OH MY GOD, THE NETWORK IS USING DIFFERENT OCTETS!!! HOW UNCOMMON!!!

          *note: The obove statement was created in complete sarcasim.
          Ya know, we have enough sarcastic people on the forum already. And people who do a much better job of it then you. So instead of being "sarcastic" all the time and "flaming people". Try to contribute something or sit back, relax and just read.

          Boy, is that the pot calling the kettle black or what?

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          • #6
            Hum..Seems no one got it yet. Perhaps Blackwave might give it a try.;)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by pezz
              Hum..Seems no one got it yet. Perhaps Blackwave might give it a try.;)
              well I have been fiddling with it for a few minutes so far I have determined that it is could be an escalating one time pad...

              let me explain:

              I D O V J Q G
              T P B J Y G X
              U Q C K Z H Y

              but these all don't resolve :(

              I originally had thought you were using the 12-18 as your transition shift for your alphabet, then be substituting your 9 - 33 for A=1, Z=26 representation... and I get the above results with no shift, with shifting, and with shifting offset with 1... nothing good so far... :(

              I had thought I recognized it earlier, we use this to stash messages in header messages that appear to be like spam mimic, but at a level where no one would really recognize it.... but is easily recognized with a script.

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              • #8
                BW +7;)

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