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Can you crack it?

posted by JedExodus on - last edited - Viewed by 572 users

Super-sleuthing/snooping arm of the UK government GCHQ has posted a code for potential employees to crack. If you're a smart cookie you might wanna consider giving it a whirl. As with all jobs in defence and security/espionage you'll however have to completely erase your online presence if your application is successful.

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  • @Chyron8472 said: a seal indicative of many grammar errors or of none?

    You're missing your captial letter at the start of that sentence there grammar-pants.

  • @puzzlebox said: Whoa! Did you really, or are you being an awful tease? Are we even remotely close?

    Just use your Secret Society decoder pin.

  • @JedExodus said: You're missing your captial letter at the start of that sentence there grammar-pants.

    I know it. I decided not to edit my post this time, though.

  • @JedExodus said: You're missing your captial letter at the start of that sentence there grammar-pants.

    *capital
    *there, grammar-pants.

    Muphry's Law.

  • @puzzlebox said: I've never been particularly interested in learning virtual machines, but now I kinda want to try it just to see if I can.

    I had a muck about with it last-night, but it ended in confusion and dead-ends. It was that kind of frustration where you're making up fantastic new swears on the spot.

    @puzzlebox said: Muphry's Law.

    That's rather excellent!!

  • Just entered the solution. This will be the last you see of me.

    Anybody else that feels reminded of "Mercury Rising"?

  • they should have just posted it on the arkham city UK forums :P A guy there decoded the complex sequence in just over a day. The others, the community figured out in minutes.

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