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9A helps please

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  • #44991
    _sherlock_
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    Harry please give us a hint about 9A

    #44998
    Epicgeeth
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    How did you solve 8A?

    #44997

    That’s one easy cipher for some, one hard cipher for others but you have done it before!

    #45015
    Cribbage
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    This should get the prize for hint of the year!
    Although perhaps it should be ‘one hard cipher for some, and an easy one for others …’.

    #45035
    Pingu
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    @the-letter-wriggler by done it before, do you mean the type of cipher has been used this year or has been used in the cipher challenge in the past?

    #45044

    Hi Pingu, please see Epicgeeth above, that was not a request but a statement, couple it with my cryptic clue and maybe you will be successful. All the best and have a nice holiday.

    #45051

    Sorry Pingu, I have just realised there is a chance that you may have solved 8A as was intended by Harry.
    I will have to refer you to the statement I made in the tread HOW TO DO 8A for my information to be correct.

    #45033

    Ho my, such (unwarranted) praise from a worthy competitor, but thank you.
    I guess that either way around would do but it was logic that dictated my sentence…
    Easy for one [Edited by Harry] – Hard for the many [… and again, sorry!] 😉

    #45153
    Thompsonj
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    I’m tired and I’m ill. Can someone please explain (in non-cryptic language!) how 9A works?

    #45178

    It is too late to help you now for the points but for your knowledge…

    First reverse the ciphertext then decrypt it as a Vigenere cipher with the keyphrase ‘onesmallsteponegiantleap’

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