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cazper
May 22nd, 2002, 19:15
I'm trying to figure out what kind of encryption this is:
NoVey60hEa05-1022077858107-44473
RFkgVhcAW1l2-1022077126028-43453

I suspect that both lines are the number 98616018 encrypted somehow.
The encryption is run by a webserver so it can be to advanced either.

Anyone got any idea?

Caz

mike
May 23rd, 2002, 15:55
It's not encryption. Those are serial numbers used for registering software.

cazper
May 23rd, 2002, 19:25
No, it is the encrypted(?) ID that is returned by a netscape webserver when I log in on it. And the ID is reversable to this number: 98616018 so it has to be some kind of encryption/encoding.

mike
May 23rd, 2002, 19:38
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No, it is the encrypted(?) ID that is returned by a netscape webserver when I log in on it.

Do you mean you found that string in a cookie? Or as part of a URL? Or what?
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And the ID is reversable to this number: 98616018

What do you mean by reversible?