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Great deobfuing, Mr. Muskrat++

Update: tpyo was fixed. The rest of my comment is pretty irrelevant now.

One thing that had me confused, though, until I tinkered around with it, was a tpyo toward the end of your blackblock:

A space XORed with a space yields a null (\000). A space XORed with a ) yields a newline (\n).

Should have been:

A space XORed with a space yields a null (\000). A _hash_ XORed with a ) yields a newline (\n).

As demonstrated by:

god@hermes:~$ perl -e ' print " ##" ^ " ) )" ' | od -c 0000000 \0 \t 003 \n 0000004



In reply to Re^2: A Hacktress' First Attempt by LAI
in thread A Hacktress' First Attempt by SarahM

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