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Chris M. Thomasson

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Sep 23, 2021, 1:51:11 AMSep 23
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If you are interested in experimental toys, well, you just might like
this... Its my experimental HMAC cipher. Can you read this:

http://fractallife247.com/test/hmac_cipher/ver_0_0_0_1?ct_hmac_cipher=bb39dbc4ae34845ec2db75635234db64986d5394061d7d922b6b08a7afe630e741b71995f790bd12cbfb876366bffec625b81922c480369c5c7222d0beda5cf6915522c2d226f5a71211cd227913faae2b8026e5365baeb1a24baa92af329bfec3cc81984d90a6968ca364103d51a17262ccbfe44c2ae8bf36abe35406b99ba5e8257820b9fc152b6bb4a804987b668165ba6229621181dbefd027aad205b130649a8ea611cb8df59ba5ba6ea69801e432

Click on the link, and read what shows up in the plaintext textbox. It
should work for you because the message was encrypted using the default
key, for everyone to see... ;^)

711 Spooky Mart

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Sep 24, 2021, 3:21:31 PMSep 24
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It should take you only one guess to discern what I used for the password.

http://fractallife247.com/test/hmac_cipher/ver_0_0_0_1?ct_hmac_cipher=eacce4ae29ccaa9c420122efbd70158003e527a45d6fdd48243f83b7957033908cd120dac66f1fa611f29bf53c3bec7a36ffb1ddbcd1814900c6c237123ae688898b760e9be551e6500ae784f217d21c8b82f5

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Chris M. Thomasson

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Sep 24, 2021, 7:38:00 PMSep 24
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On 9/24/2021 12:22 PM, 711 Spooky Mart wrote:
> On 9/23/21 12:51 AM, Chris M. Thomasson wrote:
>> If you are interested in experimental toys, well, you just might like
>> this... Its my experimental HMAC cipher. Can you read this:
>>
>> http://fractallife247.com/test/hmac_cipher/ver_0_0_0_1?ct_hmac_cipher=bb39dbc4ae34845ec2db75635234db64986d5394061d7d922b6b08a7afe630e741b71995f790bd12cbfb876366bffec625b81922c480369c5c7222d0beda5cf6915522c2d226f5a71211cd227913faae2b8026e5365baeb1a24baa92af329bfec3cc81984d90a6968ca364103d51a17262ccbfe44c2ae8bf36abe35406b99ba5e8257820b9fc152b6bb4a804987b668165ba6229621181dbefd027aad205b130649a8ea611cb8df59ba5ba6ea69801e432
>>
>>
>> Click on the link, and read what shows up in the plaintext textbox. It
>> should work for you because the message was encrypted using the default
>> key, for everyone to see... ;^)
>
> It should take you only one guess to discern what I used for the password.
>
> http://fractallife247.com/test/hmac_cipher/ver_0_0_0_1?ct_hmac_cipher=eacce4ae29ccaa9c420122efbd70158003e527a45d6fdd48243f83b7957033908cd120dac66f1fa611f29bf53c3bec7a36ffb1ddbcd1814900c6c237123ae688898b760e9be551e6500ae784f217d21c8b82f5
>

I am having trouble discerning the password you decided to use at a
cursory examination. If you found an easy break, can you please
enlighten me? Thanks.

Fwiw, can you find the password from this ciphertext?

http://fractallife247.com/test/hmac_cipher/ver_0_0_0_1/?ct_hmac_cipher=62a0dda5a189186e9e39cfedee0f996694915e73740ced2d43ef07089f24a908badb96a5bad5c8ac1a734ae1501c1758e1ccd685b40d2b17782d7d4187b7eb2f6f17d4f4f8a444ab5413d51a4e9f4bcfdd5e2c

If so, please teach me how you did it!

I can give you the plaintext if you want. My question still remains, can
you find the damn password? If so, I need know how to did it. Thanks.

Leo

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Sep 25, 2021, 4:47:44 AMSep 25
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>>
>> It should take you only one guess to discern what I used for the
>> password.
>>
>> http://fractallife247.com/test/hmac_cipher/ver_0_0_0_1?
ct_hmac_cipher=eacce4ae29ccaa9c420122efbd70158003e527a45d6fdd48243f83b7957033908cd120dac66f1fa611f29bf53c3bec7a36ffb1ddbcd1814900c6c237123ae688898b760e9be551e6500ae784f217d21c8b82f5
>>
>>
> I am having trouble discerning the password you decided to use at a
> cursory examination. If you found an easy break, can you please
> enlighten me? Thanks.

Richard, he's not hinting at a break. The password is just "711".

You're overthinking stuff if you thing people would break SHA256-HMAC and
just post about it nonchalantly.

> Fwiw, can you find the password from this ciphertext?
>
> http://fractallife247.com/test/hmac_cipher/ver_0_0_0_1/?
ct_hmac_cipher=62a0dda5a189186e9e39cfedee0f996694915e73740ced2d43ef07089f24a908badb96a5bad5c8ac1a734ae1501c1758e1ccd685b40d2b17782d7d4187b7eb2f6f17d4f4f8a444ab5413d51a4e9f4bcfdd5e2c
>
> If so, please teach me how you did it!
>
> I can give you the plaintext if you want. My question still remains, can
> you find the damn password? If so, I need know how to did it. Thanks.

--
Leo

711 Spooky Mart

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Sep 25, 2021, 7:54:01 AMSep 25
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On 9/25/21 3:47 AM, Leo wrote:
>>>
>>> It should take you only one guess to discern what I used for the
>>> password.
>>>
>>> http://fractallife247.com/test/hmac_cipher/ver_0_0_0_1?
> ct_hmac_cipher=eacce4ae29ccaa9c420122efbd70158003e527a45d6fdd48243f83b7957033908cd120dac66f1fa611f29bf53c3bec7a36ffb1ddbcd1814900c6c237123ae688898b760e9be551e6500ae784f217d21c8b82f5
>>>
>>>
>> I am having trouble discerning the password you decided to use at a
>> cursory examination. If you found an easy break, can you please
>> enlighten me? Thanks.
>
> Richard, he's not hinting at a break. The password is just "711".
>
> You're overthinking stuff if you thing people would break SHA256-HMAC and
> just post about it nonchalantly.
>

Yes, Richard gives me way too much benefit of the doubt. Breaking SHA is
well beyond my pay grade. The spooky mystique is working!

Chris M. Thomasson

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Sep 25, 2021, 4:03:05 PMSep 25
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On 9/25/2021 1:47 AM, Leo wrote:
>>>
>>> It should take you only one guess to discern what I used for the
>>> password.
>>>
>>> http://fractallife247.com/test/hmac_cipher/ver_0_0_0_1?
> ct_hmac_cipher=eacce4ae29ccaa9c420122efbd70158003e527a45d6fdd48243f83b7957033908cd120dac66f1fa611f29bf53c3bec7a36ffb1ddbcd1814900c6c237123ae688898b760e9be551e6500ae784f217d21c8b82f5
>>>
>>>
>> I am having trouble discerning the password you decided to use at a
>> cursory examination. If you found an easy break, can you please
>> enlighten me? Thanks.
>
> Richard, he's not hinting at a break. The password is just "711".
>
> You're overthinking stuff if you thing people would break SHA256-HMAC and
> just post about it nonchalantly.

Touche!

Chris M. Thomasson

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Sep 25, 2021, 4:04:11 PMSep 25
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On 9/25/2021 4:54 AM, 711 Spooky Mart wrote:
> On 9/25/21 3:47 AM, Leo wrote:
>>>>
>>>> It should take you only one guess to discern what I used for the
>>>> password.
>>>>
>>>> http://fractallife247.com/test/hmac_cipher/ver_0_0_0_1?
>> ct_hmac_cipher=eacce4ae29ccaa9c420122efbd70158003e527a45d6fdd48243f83b7957033908cd120dac66f1fa611f29bf53c3bec7a36ffb1ddbcd1814900c6c237123ae688898b760e9be551e6500ae784f217d21c8b82f5
>>>>
>>>>
>>> I am having trouble discerning the password you decided to use at a
>>> cursory examination. If you found an easy break, can you please
>>> enlighten me? Thanks.
>>
>> Richard, he's not hinting at a break. The password is just "711".
>>
>> You're overthinking stuff if you thing people would break SHA256-HMAC and
>> just post about it nonchalantly.
>>
>
> Yes, Richard gives me way too much benefit of the doubt. Breaking SHA is
> well beyond my pay grade. The spooky mystique is working!
>

You got me. By the way, my name is Chris. lol. ;^)

Chris M. Thomasson

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Sep 25, 2021, 4:05:41 PMSep 25
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Fwiw, here is the password I used, between the quotes "Dr. Spooky Mart,
MD. ;^)"

The plaintext is:

Here I am! ;^) LOL.

Leo

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Sep 25, 2021, 6:47:33 PMSep 25
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> You got me. By the way, my name is Chris. lol. ;^)

Whoops, really sorry about that. I'm still getting used to everyone on
the group, and I see a lot of Richards lol.

--
Leo

711 Spooky Mart

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Sep 30, 2021, 3:40:06 PMSep 30
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On 9/25/21 3:04 PM, Chris M. Thomasson wrote:

> You got me. By the way, my name is Chris. lol. ;^)

*derp

sorry about that!

Chris M. Thomasson

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Oct 1, 2021, 8:40:03 PMOct 1
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On 9/30/2021 12:40 PM, 711 Spooky Mart wrote:
> On 9/25/21 3:04 PM, Chris M. Thomasson wrote:
>
>> You got me. By the way, my name is Chris. lol. ;^)
>
> *derp
>
> sorry about that!
>

No problem. Btw, remember Mr. Derp from South Park?

;^)

Chris M. Thomasson

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Oct 1, 2021, 8:40:41 PMOct 1
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On 9/25/2021 3:47 PM, Leo wrote:
>> You got me. By the way, my name is Chris. lol. ;^)
>
> Whoops, really sorry about that.

No problem. I just felt the need to clarify the point. ;^)


> I'm still getting used to everyone on
> the group, and I see a lot of Richards lol.
>

Indeed there are!

711 Spooky Mart

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Oct 2, 2021, 12:18:55 PMOct 2
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I do not remember Mr. Derp. I recently binge watched some South Park,
but over the years I have watched comparatively few episodes.

Those cartoonists have a paid job saying things that would likely get
any of us fired from our jobs.

On youtube, 'thejuicemedia' did a hillarious spoof on the Australien
Government DERP program. [Australien is not s.i.c.] They know DERP.

Chris M. Thomasson

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Oct 2, 2021, 4:38:58 PMOct 2
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On 10/2/2021 9:19 AM, 711 Spooky Mart wrote:
> On 10/1/21 7:40 PM, Chris M. Thomasson wrote:
>> On 9/30/2021 12:40 PM, 711 Spooky Mart wrote:
>>> On 9/25/21 3:04 PM, Chris M. Thomasson wrote:
>>>
>>>> You got me. By the way, my name is Chris. lol. ;^)
>>>
>>> *derp
>>>
>>> sorry about that!
>>>
>>
>> No problem. Btw, remember Mr. Derp from South Park?
>>
>> ;^)
>
> I do not remember Mr. Derp. I recently binge watched some South Park,
> but over the years I have watched comparatively few episodes.

:^D Here is Mr. Derp:

https://youtu.be/2zTDXX9ReyU

lol!

>
> Those cartoonists have a paid job saying things that would likely get
> any of us fired from our jobs.

BIG TIME!

>
> On youtube, 'thejuicemedia' did a hillarious spoof on the Australien
> Government DERP program. [Australien is not s.i.c.] They know DERP.
>
;^D
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