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Mar 4, 2010

128-10-93-85-10-128-98-112-6-6-25-126-39-1-68-78

Almost forgot to post this. I read "Digital Fortress" last year & on the last page I tried decoding it - stared at it twice and gave up. So I asked Google to give me the answer. Hey, I flunked math several times. What did you expect man? There was these numbers, "128-10-93-85-10-128-98-112-6-6-25-126-39-1-68-78."

Btw, I'm the only one who enjoyed reading this among Dan Brown fans that I know of. I thought it was funny minus the role of women in the story. Mr. Dan Brown nako oh, tsk, tsk, tsk...moving on.

"...
2 when you have figured that 128-10-93-85-10-128-98-112-6-6-25-126-39-1-68-78 is formed into "WECGEWHYAAIORTNU" you put it into a Caesar Cipher like so:

3 ------W E C G
4 ------E W H Y
5 ------A A I O
6 ------R T N U

7 (Don't forget that all Caesar Ciphers are formed on a perfect square; Since there are 16 letters in this cipher, this square is formed of four lines and four columns)

8 You now write (or type) it out from the top (line 1, column 1) down on each column:
WEAREWATCHINGYOU Understand what it says?

9 Add in the spaces to finish decrypting it into... "WE ARE WATCHING YOU"..."


(from: www.wikihow.com/Decode-or-Decrypt-a-Caesar-Cipher)

Hmm...I still don't get it! Bloody HELL!!