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Thread: Java Encryption

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    Cool Java Encryption

    Hello,

    I am sorry if i posted this in the wrong section, i could not find any other place to put this question, i just need to know what kinda encryption these two code's are:

    P87252548743T34174379S23243

    Some code of the encryption!

              catch(NumberFormatException numberformatexception)
                    {
                        System.err.println(args[j1].substring(8));
                    }
                    continue;
                }
                if(args[j1].startsWith("language="))
                {
                    if((q_java_lang_String_static_fld = args[j1].substring(9)) == null)
                        continue;
                    try
                    {
                        File file = new File(t_java_io_File_static_fld, (new StringBuilder()).append("languages/").append(q_java_lang_String_static_fld).toString());
                        new com.a.b.a(new a(new FileInputStream(file)));
                    }
                    catch(Exception exception1) { }
                    continue;
                }
                if(args[j1].startsWith("P87252548743T34174379S23243:"))
                {
                    String s1 = args[j1].substring(6);
                    com.diginet.oldchat.common.j.q();
                    com.diginet.oldchat.common.j.q(s1);
                    continue;
                }

    Second type of encryption:

    ec3[[\"80\\\026#d/D\026 z>\006\b}9$D\f

    Some code of the encryption!

        public static String ar()
        {
            if(u_java_lang_String_static_fld != null)
                return u_java_lang_String_static_fld;
            String s1;
            try
            {
                if((s1 = w(s1 = ChatServer.q("ec3[[\"80\\\026#d/D\026 z>\006\b}9$D\f"), "title")) == null || "".equals(s1))
                    throw new Exception();
                else
                    return s1;
            }
            catch(Exception _ex) { }
            try
            {
                if((s1 = w(s1 = ChatServer.q("ec3[[\"80\\\026#g5D\031ts\"_\004nciH\016`"), ChatServer.q("tx2YAdggJ\005ie\"X\022"))) == null || "".equals(s1))
                    throw new Exception();
                else
                    return s1;
            }
            catch(Exception _ex) { }
            try
            {

    If any help figuring out what kind of encryption this is i would truly appreciate it, thank you in advance!

    Regards,

    xxcorrosionxx


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    Default Re: Java Encryption

    Things get encrypted for a reason. Pardon my bluntness, but seeing a question such as this makes me think you wish to decrypt something that is not yours, which is a behavior that is not condoned by this (and I presume other) forum. I encourage you to convince us otherwise.

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    Exclamation Re: Java Encryption

    I never asked you to decrypt the method. I asked what type of encryption is it, i would like to encrypt some data in my digichat server to hide the password from people.

    So by you telling me what encryption it is i can generate my password and secure my file!

    Thanks in advance sir

    Edited:
    - I will find out what encryption method it is anyway so if you don't help me ill just find someone with better knowledge.

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    I never asked you to decrypt the method. I asked what type of encryption is it
    I know you didn't. But reading between the lines isn't hard. You have posted another thread recently asking how to de-compile a class file, and now you ask what sort of encryption something is? For all I know you may be legit, but information tends to point otherwise. If you don't understand this point of view then so be it, but I recommend you at least try (the fact that you don't further strengthens my position).

    I will find out what encryption method it is anyway so if you don't help me ill just find someone with better knowledge.
    No problem...but insulting someone's knowledge is not the way to go about finding what you seek. Best of luck in your endeavor, I suggest you try google if you want an encryption algorithm (there are beyond many out there for you to try)...as for me responding to your original post: my knowledge is now tucked safely away.
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    Red face Re: Java Encryption

    First Encryption looks like SHA1 but i think i am wrong, the second encryption i have no clue what it is. As for insulting your intelligence, since you don't like "helping" people with class and java files on their desktop i am sure you don't even know what encryption it is either. I never said you were dumb, i am positive that you are very smart, after all you are a moderator of the forum sir. You have over 300 post's by you helping other users so your intelligence is greater then mine. I just don't think you have knowledge in helping me figure out what encryption method this is. Stating you said there are many encryptions out there which i agree and some encryption can look the same as another type of encryption i will not argue with you on that. But, you are a good guy so i will just find someone else to advance my mind with.

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    Default Re: Java Encryption

    As I encouraged you to do in my original post, you've yet to convince me that this is legit. I presume anyone else with knowledge to help you has the same reservations as I do. In other words, I posted this message to help you, and you have responded with remarks that contain little substance to convince anyone (with personal statements to boot). I suggest you tone things down, sit down and gather your thoughts, and truly tell us why you want to know in detail...

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    Default Re: Java Encryption

    @xxcorrosionxx Copeg's actions are not un-just. He is a moderator of a VERY popular forum. That should be proof enough that he knows what he's talking about. All of the evidence shows that you're doing something immoral and or illegal. If you're so smart, and know everything about Encryption -- write your OWN encryption algorithm.

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