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May 30 '19 at 21:13 history closed Ilmari Karonen
Maarten Bodewes encryption
Duplicate of How to attack a "many-time pad" based on what happens when an ASCII space is XORed with a letter?
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Sep 13 '18 at 7:36 comment added Lilz ah OxED XOR 0x20 is the key. Gotcha. Thank you so much!! :)
Sep 12 '18 at 6:33 comment added fgrieu Hint: from the (correct) observation that (restricting to the 10th byte) the value 0xED is the ciphertext for space (value 0x20), find the value of the key byte, then the plaintext byte for ciphertext value 0xBD, then the character that is represents. Nitpick: the statement would be better with "using the one-time pad but the same key".
Sep 11 '18 at 21:39 history asked Lilz CC BY-SA 4.0