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Old 03-25-2009, 07:28 PM
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Hi one and all,

After playing with cryptograms on and off for the last couple of years I have been able to raise my solve rate to the level of 'absolute rubbish'. So I completely lost with what I think is a crytogram. This is a copy of an 'e'mail I keep receiving:


Vous pouvez doubler votre argent aujourd'hui.
Gagnez plus d'Euros avec l'offre bonus d'Euro Club Casino.

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Xksayvaxy tie revmfieza hooulay ydalluf aomiuger? Fdasooa argub qsecyb eeeepq foepajo

I DO NOT suggest any one go to site. This is spam mail.

However has anyone any ideas concerning the last line?

If I'm not supposed to ask this type of question.....er sorry but this has been bugging me for ages

Lionel
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Old 03-25-2009, 08:20 PM
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Another possibility is that these are just nonsense words that are used to confuse the spam filters on your e-mail account. If you open up some of the junk in your spambox, you may see a string of nonsense words at the end of the text. (e.g. "sunday walnut funnycar rambunctious luxury piltdown")

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Old 03-25-2009, 09:43 PM
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Hi there,
Thankyou to both of you for such quick replies. Shame its's not something more interesting. I had hoped for a link that I could bomb. But it would, (as you say) to be little more than a hash line. I ran it though several translations and google but with no joy.
Still thankyou again.

Lionel
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Old 04-02-2009, 04:39 AM
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I think the second-to-last word gives it away as rubbish. What word in the English language has four instances of the same letter in a row?
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lionel that message is in french iremember a little high school french. aujourd hui means today. sounds like doubling your manney at a online casino. you could translate it using the french english dictionary on your pc hope this helps
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