I made it myself... >_> just a console app. took like 3 secs to make. All it did was count the length of the strings of characters. One sec I want to see something...
Originally Posted by drgnforce9
I just need to figure out why the lengths aren't the same.... hmmmm...
Ok there are 25 individual strings... now a credit card number is 16 digits long which means these aren't numbers that hes posting it's a sentence... I think.
And I have a hunch that the 68 character string might be the number for the card, if it wasn't just a fluke. I don't really know for sure ;l
Ok so here's what I think. I think the base is 32. So a string with a length of 34 is a 2 letter word. a string with the length of 35 is a 3 letter word see? An the 68 letter word is the card number or 2 2 letter words... I think. I just looked through the thread and found out the periods are not part of the code. This shouldn't take long now.
I think the key is hey.
Hmmm this is weird. It says MD5 hashes are in hex, but this is not hex ;l ... nvm this might take longer then I thought.
SOB! I thinks he XORed it after he hashed it... but this still doesn't explain the extra digits tacked on the end since Hashes are only 32 characters long wth Longevity? It looks like you XORed them and Hashed them then tacked a few characters on the end...or the beginning... it's hard to tell. All I know is that this Hash:
looks remarkably similar to your code... I think I'm close.