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    A Cipher

    OGERt uPHp zQ kFkB LByNtCLTEATE AxO OGAzl uMIEJ GEFpHP vKRl LTM pwVvBtSAK yKwv AVlu Nv LlA PByJnJAB Av Cu Es PTtN vwuM GBJ GIBmwFxO PCTRRLMXHRECUVVVJMEE


    I think this cipher has been posted earlier , but got no answer If anybody can solve it , it's gonna be a shiny thursday
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    Quote Originally Posted by amfromthere View Post
    OGERt uPHp zQ kFkB LByNtCLTEATE AxO OGAzl uMIEJ GEFpHP vKRl LTM pwVvBtSAK yKwv AVlu Nv LlA PByJnJAB Av Cu Es PTtN vwuM GBJ GIBmwFxO PCTRRLMXHRECUVVVJMEE

    I think this cipher has been posted earlier , but got no answer If anybody can solve it , it's gonna be a shiny thursday
    There has to be some background.
    Is this a simple substitution cipher such as Caesar, or is it Playfair, or Hill, or RSA, et cetera?

    Give some information about the context of the cipher.
    From where did you get the ciphertext?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dehness View Post
    haha, cipher fail! these guys will never figure it out. You'll find out why soon.
    Ya ya...it's probably a "joke", somebody randomly putting together
    big and small letters such that they appear to represent words...

    Seeing 3 V's in a row is enough to turn anybody off
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    Quote Originally Posted by dehness View Post
    Google the ciper text and you will find the entire post.

    I'll post it here once the challenge is over cause it's kinda fun, but its a competition at the moment so helping OP is just helping him/her cheat.

    I posted a thread as well but I already won once and was just curious as to the answer and I deleted my question once google indexed it.

    Plus I already have the answer =)
    The only Google hit on the cipher text is this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainBlack View Post
    The only Google hit on the cipher text is this post.

    CB
    Well this being their first, and only, post I am not surprised.
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