Code Busters C [TX TRIAL]

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Re: Code Busters C [TX TRIAL]

Post by EastStroudsburg13 » May 14th, 2018, 9:24 am

Generally you can namedrop event supervisors if they are adults, and if you are not directly associating their name with their username without their permission. However, when in doubt it's usually a good policy to err on the side of caution.
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Re: Code Busters C [TX TRIAL]

Post by Longivitis » May 17th, 2018, 5:45 am

pdoradla wrote:Hey everyone. The rules for Codebusters at nats this year say that competitors MIGHT be asked to encrypt, not decrypt, with the affine, Hill, and Vigenere ciphers. Does this mean we won't be asked to to decrypt the aforementioned, or that we probably won't?
There's a good chance that you will have to decrypt them, but it will be relatively easier than just showing the enrypted message and finding it on your own. For example, decrypting hill and vigenere ciphers will most likely provide the key, and the affine will most likely give you two letters, which is enough to be able to find the key.

Just know how each cipher works and you'll be fine.
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