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Im trying to decrypt this string.

74G`f}zs4@uvxq == # String Table

i found this code around the autoit forum.

#include <String.au3>

$Code = "74G`f}zs4@uvxq"
$Password =  "126"
$Level = 0

MsgBox(0, "", _StringEncrypt(0, $Code, $Password, $Level))

but it doesnt work it gives me the wrong decryption..

this is the header of all enc files.

# String Table

# On Error : Log Exit

# Author : ±èÁ¤Çö

# CRYPT LEVEL : 0

# Data Uniqur ID : 126

does that mean anything? or help in decrypting files..

currently one file has a decrypted version.. but other files doesnt have it, and i want to read what the other files contain too..

thanks ahead..

# String Table

# On Error : Log Exit

# Author : ±èÁ¤Çö

# CRYPT LEVEL : 0

# Data Uniqur ID : 126

when encrypted is

74G`f}zs4@uvxq

74[z4Qff{f4.4X{s4Ql}`

74Ua`|{f4.4¥üÕ°Óâ

74WFMD@4XQBQX4.4$

74Pu`u4Az}eaf4]P4.4%&"

or if another language is better for this decryption please do advice ;)

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understand old files in my harddrive.. im just trying to learn scripts and stuff.. why? ;)

dragcave? is it a game? hehe :)

Edited by majidemo

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To decrypt data you have to know how it was encrypted.

The _StringEncrypt() function can only decrypt data that was encrypted with that same function to begin with. Unless you know the data was encrypted using AutoIt3 and the _StringEncrypt() function, you can't decrypt it that way.

;)


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