can you crack the code

  scarecrow-bill 21:34 01 Dec 2011
  Proclaimer 22:01 01 Dec 2011

MI6 recruiting again then

  scarecrow-bill 22:04 01 Dec 2011

I think! no info on length of key The structure is hidden by the groups of 2, i'm thinking its an even number.

  QuizMan 22:12 01 Dec 2011

Time to break out our hexadecimal to decimal converters maybe?

And out ASCII tables too perhaps?

Probably barking up the wrong tree as I am normally useless at this sort of thing.

  namtas 22:35 01 Dec 2011

Six weeks ago I did a tour of Bletchley Park, came away head swimming with facts and formulae and cogs, hasn't helped me with this

  scarecrow-bill 22:47 01 Dec 2011

Not sure if this matters copied to paint and a black line appears through certain parts

  scarecrow-bill 00:39 02 Dec 2011

Will this be a possible first for pc advisor, can no one solve this? Do not want the answer, but would like some hints,

  zzzz999 06:49 02 Dec 2011

The answer is already on google

  ventanas 12:01 02 Dec 2011


  hssutton 14:09 02 Dec 2011

No idea what the answer is, so I accept ventanas answer, but really who would want the job (assuming they can work out the answer) when what's offer is £25k, according to the Telegraph job vacancy

  bjh 14:17 02 Dec 2011

The answer is already out there - or so a few websites would have us believe. Like the last one, I suspect the straightforward answer isn't the whole answer. I haven't had time to look at it much, and I don't really want to become a spy... but I can't resist a challenge. Late night ahead, I guess.

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