Posted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:46 pm Post subject: Help Identify this Cipher
Hello everyone, I was hoping somebody could help me along with identifying what kind of cipher would produce the following results.
I am familiar with various simple ciphers, cesaer, vignere, 5x5, etc...but this one seems beyond my scope.
I have been able to map the results for most numbers 0-9 and have noticed they always result in the same output, depending on their position in the original sequence, similar to a vigenere. I have only been able to map to the 4th position, so no chance to find a repeat yet.
The results are not in any definable order that I can figure out though.
I'll use a "-" to indicate unknown spots as they don't seem to appear in my map so far.
0 = - h & L
1 = K j , -
2 = M l 3 3
3 = > U j 2
4 = ? W l -
5 = @ Y n ]
6 = " \ P +
7 = ( $ < A
8 = - * u C
9 = - a w E
There seems to bee spots where letters are mapping to the numbers in order, but clusters of 3 (h j l) (U W Y).
Anyway, like I said, if anybody can point me in the direction, I'm keen to do the leg-work
**notice that "l" is 2 in the second position but 4 in the third position.
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