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Need help! Recovering scrambled bits!

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 17, 2015 11:28 pm    Post subject: Need help! Recovering scrambled bits! Reply with quote

Hi Guys,

I'm trying to solve this problem: I got a txt file with scrambled bits which I have to recover so that I can read the plaintext. It's not real problem, it's an assignment because I'm studying digital forensic. Unfortunately, our lecturer reads only from the slides and has itself no idea...every step we have to find it by ourselves which is time consuming if you are working besides your study.

I'm using WinHex and Hex Workshop and I'm trying since 2 days with both tools to get any results about the original order of the plain text but I'm unsuccessful. I really don't what I have to do... Rolling Eyes

In Hex Workshop, I've tried with shift left, shift right, rotate left, rotate right, block shift left, block shift right, change sign and so on, but the text is still scrambled.

This is the link where you can download that file:
"http :// www . freeuploadsite . com /do.php?id=69467"

Thanks for any hints, tips!!!

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 19, 2015 3:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am fairly certain that the hints you have been given on the other sites where you posted this question are as much help as you can expect short of giving you the answer.
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