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Hmm...is it actually by Microsoft?

That Invisible Sandwich thing is really...weird!

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well, I am stumped. haha.. :|

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UTF-8

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The game page encryption trying to find a decrypter of some sorts

UTF-8 (8-bit UCS/Unicode Transformation Format) is a variable-length character encoding for Unicode created by Ken Thompson and Rob Pike. It is able to represent any universal character in the Unicode standard, yet the initial encoding of byte codes and character assignments for UTF-8 is consistent with ASCII (requiring little or no change for software that handles ASCII but preserves other values). For these reasons, it is steadily becoming the preferred encoding for e-mail, web pages, and other places where characters are stored or streamed.

UTF-8 uses one to four bytes (strictly, octets) per character, depending on the Unicode symbol. Only one byte is needed to encode the 128 US-ASCII characters (Unicode range U+0000 to U+007F). Two bytes are needed for Latin letters with diacritics and for characters from Greek, Cyrillic, Armenian, Hebrew, Arabic, Syriac and Thaana alphabets (Unicode range U+0080 to U+07FF). Three bytes are needed for the rest of the Basic Multilingual Plane (which contains virtually all characters in common use). Four bytes are needed for characters in other planes of Unicode.

http://www.mydigitalnoise.com/images/20051...20-%20small.jpg VANISHING POINT

Edited by Aeschylus Maximus

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dunno but i don't like this quote at all ... :blink::rolleyes:

"Vanishing Point into being the leader in Personal Identification devices."

www.vanishingpoint.com

Edited by 2xSilverKnight

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invisiblesandwich.jpg

imageshack link

I am the invisible sandwich.

O RLY?

Is it me or is that picture frightening?

[edit]

I've got it:

It's the release of the new US Passports with RFID. Microsoft is working with the Department of Homeland security on encryption. I think the passports are going to run Windows Embedded.

In the picture above you can see a little diode looking thing on the cat's face. This is the RFID found in the new US Passports.

January 8th Microsoft will hold a demonstration exhibiting their encryption method's success with the hackers at DefCon that were able to read an RFID from over 100 ft away.

Invisible Sandwich. It all makes sense.

Edited by bigflavor

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wheres michael scofield when you need him!

lol!

Haha :laugh: Best comment in this thread!

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I've got it:

It's the release of the new US Passports with RFID. Microsoft is working with the Department of Homeland security on encryption. I think the passports are going to run Windows Embedded.

In the picture above you can see a little diode looking thing on the cat's face. This is the RFID found in the new US Passports.

January 8th Microsoft will hold a demonstration exhibiting their encryption method's success with the hackers at DefCon that were able to read an RFID from over 100 ft away.

Invisible Sandwich. It all makes sense.

well ... I knew something was wrong with what I was reading there.

too much sponsored fascism methods theses days. they're preparing people ..

"Vanishing Point into being the leader in Personal Identification devices."

www.vanishingpoint.com

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I don't think the cat is anything more than a little joke... Here it is again:

Invisible Sandwich

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Can somebody go through and do a frequency anaylsis at which letters come up most, there is chance it just could be a random cryptogram where each character is a different letter(numbers may be included). Once you have the frequency you can work on the basis that the highest amount of one character is likely to be E etc

A 2

B 0

C 2

D 3

E 4

F 2

G 2

H 0

I 0

J 1

K 1

L 1

M 1

N 3

O 3

P 2

Q 1

R 1

S 0

T 1

U 1

V 2

W 2

X 1

Y 1

Z 3

0 1

1 1

2 2

3 6

4 2

5 0

6 3

7 0

8 1

9 0

That excludes the - and ;

I also believe that the words in there are:

u

loe

o3ddwn3

z3o6qj

kvezz1x6cfp0egnyvm32

rpf6ncada34wget32

meaning u is I or A(or perhaps an s if the ; is an apostrophe)

Edited by Ashl

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Its definitly not a basic substitution cypher. try substituting two diffenent grids one for the numbers and one for the letters. as is its two codes in one.

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someone mentioned earlier about a .dtd file......on filext.com a .dtd extension has links to gis information.....so maybe these are some form of gps coordinates......gonna dig into this furter :whistle:

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I don't think the cat is anything more than a little joke... Here it is again:

Invisible Sandwich

If you do a bit more research, you'll see that the Department of Homeland Security have had a track record with Microsoft with many bumps. Microsoft has worked diligently at winning back their favor, and they were able to get the consolation of the security patch endorsement. However, Microsoft still owed the Department of Homeland Security, and US government in general; so they began work on the passport encryption.

What better way to have have the new passports accepted by America than having one of their most trusted corporations market it for you?

Has anyone looked into comparing the given strings to passport identification codes, international flight paths, major international airport locations with US borders, and/or triangulations of the like?

Edited by bigflavor

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someone mentioned earlier about a .dtd file......on filext.com a .dtd extension has links to gis information.....so maybe these are some form of gps coordinates......gonna dig into this furter :whistle:

A dtd is a document type definition, it simply defines what elements can be included in the html on the page. All HTML pages that are standards compliant have to include a dtd to let the browser and validator know which version of html/xhtml they're using.

Theres nothing special about seeing the xhtml dtd included here, it's not part of the code.

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A dtd is a document type definition, it simply defines what elements can be included in the html on the page. All HTML pages that are standards compliant have to include a dtd to let the browser and validator know which version of html/xhtml they're using.

Theres nothing special about seeing the xhtml dtd included here, it's not part of the code.

gotcha.....after i went digging i found that out quickly.......well theres another dead end for the list...shewwwww....they are adding up quick :huh::no:

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* curvilinear perspective is drawing with 5 vanishing points mapped into a circle with 4 VPs at the cardinal headings N,W,S,E and one at the circle origin.

* reverse perspective is drawing with vanishing points that are placed outside the painting with the illusion that they are "in front of" the painting.

I like these 2...

Also... there was a movie named Vanishing Point, the course of the movie (driven in a dodge challenger) was from Denver to San Francisco

Edited by Beastage

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so basically something is going to be revealed on the 8th of jan. but it doesnt have anything to do with the ie its a passport thing hmm.

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Just a thought...

Most of you won't figure this out.

rpf6ncada34wget32-84

kvezz1x6cfp0egnyvm32

z3o6qj-o3ddwn3;u-loe

"6" and "32" from rpf6 and wget32 are repeated after the dash and are a similar distance apart from each other (9 and 10 characters), maybe "32" and "6" separate sections of code, one to do with rpf (maybe RPF Motion Blur - Adobe After Effect Plugin (http://www.rpfmb.com), most google results are about that plugin, and the flash animation on the site shows lines ending in a vanishing point, maybe this plugin was applied to the shadow under the box in the image, something hidden in there?) and the other to do with wget? so you get:

84kvezz1x

cfp0egnyvm

Did anyone notice the remaing "34" from ncada34 in the first set of characters before the dash is the number of characters in "Most of you won't figure this out." (including spaces and punctuation)?

Also z3o6qj-03ddwn3;u-loe is left, I suspect the semicolon ( ; ) denotes the end of the remaining code, like most programming languages, maybe "u-loe" is a character encoding with "u" standing for unicode? I can't find anything on this though.

The "invisible sandwich" cat definately has some kind of diode on its face and it just occured to me, "invisible sandwich" could mean sandwiching together of sections of code like above?

this all definately looks like a key, and I'm sure wget the download tool will be involved somewhere :)

I'm not very good at this kind of thing but food for thought :D

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wheres michael scofield when you need him!

lol!

exactly what i was thinking, maybe its like prison break, each letter corresponds to a number on a phone pad....

EDIT: I got

rpf6ncada34wget32-84kvezz1x6cfp0egnyvm32z3o6qj-o3ddwn3;u-loe

773 62232 9438 * 58399 9 237 346986 9 6 75*6 3396 *8*563

Now what to do with the numbers :s

Edited by jbrunt1990

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Some selected patents:

I got up to result 400 of my previous link and couldn't take anymore.

interesting:

Car Entertainment System: http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT708...as_maxy_is=2006

http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT699...as_maxy_is=2006

Microsoft Satellite: http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT701...as_maxy_is=2006

Microsoft Display: http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT700...as_maxy_is=2006

Tracking a user's physical location: http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT702...as_maxy_is=2006

http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT700...as_maxy_is=2006

Music Mood detection: http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT702...006#PPA2-IA1,M1

Pandora and last.fm competitor: http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT698...as_maxy_is=2006

Microsoft TV online: http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT707...006#PRA1-PA2,M1

known:

IP TV? http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT704...as_maxy_is=2006

External display infrastructure (integrated into vista): http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT703...as_maxy_is=2006

And... supporting my invisible sandwich theory:

Measuring location via RFID (competitor to GPS?): http://www.google.com/patents?vid=USPAT701...as_maxy_is=2006

On a side note, maybe they'll offer something like Orb with ultimate extras.

Edited by bigflavor

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it's the countdown to Microsoft suing D.T.A for infringement on the trademark name Vista.

"RPF6 is a motorized filter wheel, which has six different holders for filters of 1

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http://www.cesweb.org/attendees/conferences/keynotes.asp

this is interesting, Bill will be in Vegas that day

location and target

My eyes see rpt anconada wget :) lol... Linux commands? :p

WOC

Gates assination! :whistle:

i got this when messing with time

34secondsdo7.th.jpg

Edited by yurithedragon

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Could it be a new dan brown novel? 'vanashing point by dan brown' sounds plausiable

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