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covert western union (Posted on 2006-02-07) Difficulty: 4 of 5
The following 2-phrase, 10-word message was encrypted by converting each word in the original text from base 36 to base 10 (treating each letter as a number).

Next, the resulting numbers were concatenated to form one very long number:

3188696725382955872716533682296997335...
5701338323073559429444643676946239584...
715731974947334325407967846302738783

1) Identify where to place word breaks and decipher the message. (Easy)
2) Determine what each word in the message has in common. (Harder)

See The Solution Submitted by Mindrod    
Rating: 4.6667 (3 votes)

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re: Ten out of eleven ain't bad | Comment 3 of 5 |
(In reply to Ten out of eleven ain't bad by Leming)

"intercepted"  is the full  68229699733557013; the last 5 digits aren't orphaned.
  Posted by Charlie on 2006-02-07 11:05:40

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