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103 111 111 046 103 108 047 112 107 048 118 055 048

 

what does it mean


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actually i got the answer but i cant connect them to eachother


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Looks like my check book balance.
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Is this the answer?

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geekstogo.com


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01100111 01100101 01100101 01101011 01110011 01110100 01101111 01100111 01101111 00101110 01100011 01101111 01101101

 

:popcorn:


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the above post is just geekstogo.com in binary

 

i don't think geekstogo.com is the correct answer tho because the first and fifth letters would need to be the same as well as the second and third.

 

103 111 111 046 103 108 047 112 107 048 118 055 048

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goo.gl/pk0v70 in ASCII

 

and that's about all i can come up with at the moment.

 

:popcorn:


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the above post is just geekstogo.com in binary

 

i don't think geekstogo.com is the correct answer tho because the first and fifth letters would need to be the same as well as the second and third.

 

 

Only with simple cyphers


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terry1966

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the above post is just geekstogo.com in binary

 

i don't think geekstogo.com is the correct answer tho because the first and fifth letters would need to be the same as well as the second and third.

 

 

Only with simple cyphers

 

true but then again i'm no expert code breaker and certainly couldn't have worked out the enigma machine codes where it changed the same letter every time it was pressed, so i always think in simple one to one changes when it comes to codes/cyphers. :D 

 

:popcorn:


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Is this the answer?

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yes can you explain how you came up with that please


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103 111 111 046 103 108 047 112 107 048 118 055 048
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goo.gl/pk0v70 in ASCII

 

yes can you explain how you came up with that please


The same way terry1966 did and some extra googling to find the source of the challenge. :)
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copy and paste

 

goo.gl/pk0v70

 

into the address bar (not the search box.) of your browser and see where it takes you. ;)

 

now not speaking the language the only word i understood was

Congratulations!

:rofl:

 

so i guess the answer to the topic title is yes. :D

 

:popcorn:


Edited by terry1966, 02 April 2015 - 03:48 AM.

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