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    Help with encrypted code

    Can anyone figure this code out? It is a hidden message that my friend sent me and he challenged that he made the code and it would be hard to crack. I figured someone here would know. Help me out.

    Here's the code:

    001111101
    101000101
    000101101
    111101101
    100101101
    010111101
    101001001
    001001101
    111010101
    111000101
    111000101
    100110101

    Good luck.

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    It is a series of binary numbers.
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    That binary is malformed and corrupt. It's not an even binary.
    It doesn't spell anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millenia View Post
    That binary is malformed and corrupt. It's not an even binary.
    It doesn't spell anything.
    How did you arrive at the conclusion that it is malformed and corrupt? Because it doesn't have an even number of bits?

    As to the OP's question, the possibilities that could be extracted from a dump of some binary numbers is huge. You have to put it into context of some sort. A "code" is pretty vague if we don't even have an idea of what kind of information is encoded in it.
    Last edited by oracleguy; 10-30-2008 at 05:27 PM.
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    I checked as well, none of the binary numbers could be converted to something that made sense, which leads me to think the binary is either corrupt or the sequence uses multiple encryption stages.
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