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can anyone decode this?

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mike25025    494
15347005475540757 25314235964254771 72391225101461427 45239902178854853 44777008924477700 36669992225558881 14516121840630755 41293267910335267

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Rebooted    612
We could make a wild guess, but it could be anything. You could have an encryption algorthim that turns the letter 'a' into:

15347005475540757 25314235964254771
72391225101461427 45239902178854853
44777008924477700 36669992225558881
14516121840630755 41293267910335267

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bytecoder    100
I was just kidding. What kind of data are we talking about being encoded here? For all we know they could be the encryption key for a wireless network...

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Timkin    864
In any encryption-decryption system both the sender of the encrypted message and the reciever of the encrypted message MUST know either the encryption algorithm used to perform the encryption and the 'key', or the receiver must know what the data is supposed to look like if they are going to brute force hack the signal.

Just giving us a pseudo-random appearing sequence of symbols means absolutely nothing and is a waste of everyone's time. Please don't clog up GD.net's bandwidth with such guff unless there is some technical point to it.


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100010001000UNI100ATXN
can someone decode that for me

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