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plaintext and its encrypted version known [duplicate]
I have a (long) text in two versions, encrypted and plaintext. I think it was encrypted using a substitution cipher method (I'm pretty sure, indeed). I'm not good in this matter, I know little about ...
Jul 11 '13 at 20:09
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