# The Official ScotchHop Team Topic [OPEN] -- Except with a Dramatic Twist!

#514

lets see I'm IM(ACPDDPO)
i wonder what it is...

#515

The binary one went to a hexadecimal code

And got that to..

I changed theq q ��BaF�Ra77v�&B

#516

@t1_hopscotch
Can you help us decode:
I changed theq q ��BaF�Ra77v�&B

I got it from a string of binary the hacker sent us. The binary converted to hexadecimal, and the hexadecimal to text turned into this

#517

I converted it into ascii the first time.

#518

Yeah, it gave you some numbers and letters. That's hexadecimal code, so I put it in again. The hacker said he encrypted it a couple of times

#519

if we have the letter Z P and O it will be easier

#521

well the pattern is T=I
X=M they are both 11 letters apart!

#522

Yes! I think you are right! Let's decode!

#524

it said i'm impressed!

#525

YOU DECIDED THIS QUITE EASILY. IM IMPRESSED! LETS SEE HOW GOOD YOU ARE AT DECODING THIS

They're probably referring to the binary

#526

...
i solved it!
...
how did u do tha so wuick though I was in the impressed part still
Yes probably refering tho the binary numbers...

#527

So.....we should start to decode the binary.

#528

This is the only thing left we have to solve
This is what I got from the binary

#530

which part of the binary is it?
i might work it out,..

i already used 2 sheets of paper (both sides)

#531

I converted the binary to this:
I changed theq q ��BaF�Ra77v�&B

We have to decode that one now.. ugh
@Gobli09 @Hermione

#532

Here was what I was talking about, this is hexadecimal code. I put it in the hexadecimal encoder and got this:
I changed theq q ��BaF�Ra77v�&B

#533

I just converted the binary to ascii, ascii to text:
Or am I thinking something completely ridiculous

#534

nope that might work...

#535