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Old 02-26-2005, 12:42 PM
Dot Dot is offline
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Default An interesting challenge!

Hi, I'm not good with numbers, but I'm sure these two couples of strings share a common principle.

If this string:
(1) aed3925b-d05062eb-e391fced-482841f4-348fbb29

is in relationship with this one
(2) ca77-c5d7-ec66-2d8a


and...

If this string:
(3) 5103be77-2b0a47a9-2388c562-69825a45-656f8bf3

is in relationship with this one:
(4) 5a7e-c3d7-e861-6d5a


which would be the string to replace the string (3), to be coupled with the string (2) ?

thanks :-)
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Old 02-28-2005, 01:36 PM
sna sna is offline
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Default An interesting challenge!

Hi, to answer your question -- string 1.

You may rephrase the question if you wish, but i doubt that anyone will step up and pull a magic algorithm out of their ass that derives a 64-bit "key" from 160 bits-of-whatever.

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