hello reversers, a while back i tried to reverse the babylon GLS format so i would be able to read data out of it and use it in my own personal project, this task however is beyond my very noobish debugging skills and obviously i failed.

i wasnt sure about where this post best fits in, it was either advanced reversing (since this requires pretty advanced practises) or the mini project area, feel free to move it.

anyways this is the data i have gathered so far:
the decryption algo can be found at the "babylon" program itself (http://www.babylon.com)
the encryption algo can be found at the "babylon builder" program which is used to write dictionaries and is publicly available (http://www.babylon.com/builder)
there is zero documentation about this format available on the net.
ive found this page (http://fjolliton.free.fr/babytrans/) which asserts that the new babylon bgl format is encrypted using the "Cipher Square" algorithm (http://www.esat.kuleuven.ac.be/~rijmen/square/).
after examining a few *.blg's it is visible that the first 8 bytes of the file are the signature.
ive checked wotsit.org for documentation and found nothing.

in a recent thread (http://www.woodmann.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6934) bilbo have suggested this as a project.. so i thought that id start this thread and see what happens.

what do you say?