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December 25, 2016, 05:47:07 PM
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In the past few weeks, I was learning about encryption algorithms and algorithms of how I can decrypt them. If I released a service on BCT where I am offering to identify/decrypt encryption, would You find it useful?

This service would have three phases:
I) You could send me any cipher (or cipher with plaintext)
II) I would analyze the encryption the cipher was encrypted with
[OPTIONAL] III) I would decrypt the cipher and send back the result

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December 26, 2016, 08:18:09 AM
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It really depends on the encryption algorithms , If It's a two-way hashing algorithm (can be both encrypted and decrypted using a key) then It shouldn't be that hard but It could be very hard to do If its one-way hashing algorithm such as MD5 and will require brute-force / dictionary attacks. I personally would use the second kind of services If it's effective.

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December 26, 2016, 08:20:55 PM
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It really depends on the encryption algorithms , If It's a two-way hashing algorithm (can be both encrypted and decrypted using a key) then It shouldn't be that hard but It could be very hard to do If its one-way hashing algorithm such as MD5 and will require brute-force / dictionary attacks. I personally would use the second kind of services If it's effective.

Yes, I can try both of them. I am still accepting new opinions and idea to this service. If I do not get too many of them soon, you will have a private hash decrypting service from me, OmegaStarScream lol.

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