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We're on it.
But the OneTimePad is pretty hard, the message is this:
OneTimePad(Message=Pad) Caki64 aOI0eOY6Ww9yW3SogMAcWy1egE5wYOOqgUAweaYqIMKoCSQwWwA5WyuqYsAuAqA5CsAsQKCAQKQOGs==
We used the javascript from this site, but just pasting the message as key and pad doesn't work.
Another idea was that @Dan9erTheGamer used the same phrase as message and pad to encrypt it, but that would make it almost impossible to recover the original message, as there are quite a lot (18889465931478580854784) possibilities for that as you can see in this jsfiddle (warning: clicking this might crash your browser).
 
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I know why you guys keep getting stuck... xD
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Oops. Looks like the One Time Pad really is one time only... it's undecodable!
Here is the next level... sorry!
Code:
Base64 aHR0cHM6Ly9zY3JhdGNoLm1pdC5lZHUvdXNlcnMvRGFuOWVyLyA5LzkvMjAxNiA5OjAwIFBNIFVUQw==
 

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I'll run this through a code cracker program. Accuracy is not guranteed.

But seriously, what code is this? Ceasar (nah)? Substitution (nah)? Transposition (maybe)? RSA (maybe)? Affine (maybe)?
 
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Alright, so here it the (I think) full solution.
The clues are ascii-values in hexadecimal. You can decode them on this site.
Clue 1: The message is encoded using cryptography, not encryption.
Clue 2: The message uses multiple levels of cryptography.
Clue 3: Keep going... 416c6d6f73742074686572652e2e2e2035343638363532303636363937323733373432303737366637323634323036313734323036353631363336383230366336353736363536633230366636363230363436353633366636343639366536373230373336383666373737333230373736383639363336383230363536653633366636343639366536373230366436353734363836663634323037343638363532303732363537333734323036663636323037343638363532303664363537333733363136373635323036393733323036353665363336663634363536343230363936653265
The 2nd part of Clue 3: Almost there... 54686520666972737420776f72642061742065616368206c6576656c206f66206465636f64696e672073686f777320776869636820656e636f64696e67206d6574686f64207468652072657374206f6620746865206d65737361676520697320656e636f64656420696e2e
The 3rd part of Clue 3: The first word at each level of decoding shows which encoding method the rest of the message is encoded in.

The code consists of utf-8-values in binary.
In utf-8 ascii characters are encoded the same as in ascii (1 byte where the first bit is 0), but other characters (like Ü) are encoded as 2 bytes.
If you want to use a binary to ascii converter you have ro replace the 11000011 10011100 (Ü) with 01010101 (U) and change it back in the output.
You can then decode it on this site.
The doceded message is this:
Code:
Atbash ILG13 Vmebhizki(3Vmeb,ZyYhhuit) Ü(:GnrfPX=fN(-gvK=MNDrnnrqv(9zHjDToLhlfCoAEZ jJZNNBL tNnB93rRr4tpJ6BtFbZlJ3x5vPl4hJXbFjNdnVLLBdjZB)a 8ljJ0) tVrkio)fnxNffDa-0tyvNddD=PqCGr,mCNPBXNf4

All following encodings can be solved using this site.

Decoding the code with Atbash gives this new code:
Code:
ROT13 Envysrapr(3Envy,AbBssfrg) Ü(:TmiuKC=uM(-teP=NMWimmije(9aSqWGlOsouXlZVA qQAMMYO gMmY93iIi4gkQ6YgUyAoQ3c5eKo4sQCyUqMwmEOOYwqAY)z 8oqQ0) gEiprl)umcMuuWz-0gbeMwwW=KjXTi,nXMKYCMu4
Decoding the code from level 1 with Rot13 gives this new code:
Code:
Railfence(3Rail,NoOffset) Ü(:GzvhXP=hZ(-grC=AZJvzzvwr(9nFdJTyBfbhKyMIN dDNZZLB tZzL93vVv4txD6LtHlNbD3p5rXb4fDPlHdZjzRBBLjdNL)m 8bdD0) tRvcey)hzpZhhJm-0torZjjJ=XwKGv,aKZXLPZh4
Decoding the code from level 2 with Railfence with 3 rails and an offset of 0 gives this new code:
Code:
Übch(Key:MyIGN) zdhDvNzZhZpLXBZ PthZ=zhLh9J3ZvmV(v-4-t0xgDt6rLotCHrl=NZbADj3Zpj5JrJXvb=4zfXDzPwlvHKdwZGjrzvR(B,B9LajndKNFLZ)dmX J8LbTdPDy0Z)B htfR4v
Decoding the code from level 3 with Übch using @Dan9erTheGamer's IGN (which conveniently is also Dan9erTheGamer) gives this new code:
Code:
Cryptogram(Z-A,9-0) LmvGrnvKzw(Nvhhztv=Kzw) Xzpr35 zLR9vLB3Dd0bD6HltNZxDb8vtV4dBLLjtFZdvzBjRNPlXHJdDdZ4DbfjBhZfZjZ4XhZhJPXZJPJLTh==
Decoding the code from level 4 with Cryptogram setting the letters to Z-A and the numbers to 9-0 gives this new code:
Code:
OneTimePad(Message=Pad) Caki64 aOI0eOY6Ww9yW3SogMAcWy1egE5wYOOqgUAweaYqIMKoCSQwWwA5WyuqYsAuAqA5CsAsQKCAQKQOGs==
This one is unsolvable. I suspect that Dan9erTheGamer pasted his string as both message and pad thinking there would be a unique solution. There are 18889465931478580854784 possible strings that when used as key and pad will result in this exact output. Here is a jsfiddle that will list them all.
So Dan9erThegames posted the solution which is this:
Code:
Base64 aHR0cHM6Ly9zY3JhdGNoLm1pdC5lZHUvdXNlcnMvRGFuOWVyLyA5LzkvMjAxNiA5OjAwIFBNIFVUQw==
Decoding the code from level 6 with Base64 gives the solution:
Code:
https://scratch.mit.edu/users/Dan9er/ 9/9/2016 9:00 PM UTC
A link to his scratch profile and a date in the future. Maybe something will happen then. Maybe not.
 
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Alright, so here it the (I think) full solution.
The clues are ascii-values in hexadecimal. You can decode them on this site.
Clue 1: The message is encoded using cryptography, not encryption.
Clue 2: The message uses multiple levels of cryptography.
Clue 3: Keep going... 416c6d6f73742074686572652e2e2e2035343638363532303636363937323733373432303737366637323634323036313734323036353631363336383230366336353736363536633230366636363230363436353633366636343639366536373230373336383666373737333230373736383639363336383230363536653633366636343639366536373230366436353734363836663634323037343638363532303732363537333734323036663636323037343638363532303664363537333733363136373635323036393733323036353665363336663634363536343230363936653265
The 2nd part of Clue 3: Almost there... 54686520666972737420776f72642061742065616368206c6576656c206f66206465636f64696e672073686f777320776869636820656e636f64696e67206d6574686f64207468652072657374206f6620746865206d65737361676520697320656e636f64656420696e2e
The 3rd part of Clue 3: The first word at each level of decoding shows which encoding method the rest of the message is encoded in.

The code consists of utf-8-values in binary.
In utf-8 ascii characters are encoded the same as in ascii (1 byte where the first bit is 0), but other characters (like Ü) are encoded as 2 bytes.
If you want to use a binary to ascii converter you have ro replace the 11000011 10011100 (Ü) with 01010101 (U) and change it back in the output.
You can then decode it on this site.
The doceded message is this:
Code:
Atbash ILG13 Vmebhizki(3Vmeb,ZyYhhuit) Ü(:GnrfPX=fN(-gvK=MNDrnnrqv(9zHjDToLhlfCoAEZ jJZNNBL tNnB93rRr4tpJ6BtFbZlJ3x5vPl4hJXbFjNdnVLLBdjZB)a 8ljJ0) tVrkio)fnxNffDa-0tyvNddD=PqCGr,mCNPBXNf4

All following encodings can be solved using this site.

Decoding the code with Atbash gives this new code:
Code:
ROT13 Envysrapr(3Envy,AbBssfrg) Ü(:TmiuKC=uM(-teP=NMWimmije(9aSqWGlOsouXlZVA qQAMMYO gMmY93iIi4gkQ6YgUyAoQ3c5eKo4sQCyUqMwmEOOYwqAY)z 8oqQ0) gEiprl)umcMuuWz-0gbeMwwW=KjXTi,nXMKYCMu4
Decoding the code from level 1 with Rot13 gives this new code:
Code:
Railfence(3Rail,NoOffset) Ü(:GzvhXP=hZ(-grC=AZJvzzvwr(9nFdJTyBfbhKyMIN dDNZZLB tZzL93vVv4txD6LtHlNbD3p5rXb4fDPlHdZjzRBBLjdNL)m 8bdD0) tRvcey)hzpZhhJm-0torZjjJ=XwKGv,aKZXLPZh4
Decoding the code from level 2 with Railfence with 3 rails and an offset of 0 gives this new code:
Code:
Übch(Key:MyIGN) zdhDvNzZhZpLXBZ PthZ=zhLh9J3ZvmV(v-4-t0xgDt6rLotCHrl=NZbADj3Zpj5JrJXvb=4zfXDzPwlvHKdwZGjrzvR(B,B9LajndKNFLZ)dmX J8LbTdPDy0Z)B htfR4v
Decoding the code from level 3 with Übch using @Dan9erTheGamer's IGN (which conveniently is also Dan9erTheGamer) gives this new code:
Code:
Cryptogram(Z-A,9-0) LmvGrnvKzw(Nvhhztv=Kzw) Xzpr35 zLR9vLB3Dd0bD6HltNZxDb8vtV4dBLLjtFZdvzBjRNPlXHJdDdZ4DbfjBhZfZjZ4XhZhJPXZJPJLTh==
Decoding the code from level 4 with Cryptogram setting the letters to Z-A and the numbers to 9-0 gives this new code:
Code:
OneTimePad(Message=Pad) Caki64 aOI0eOY6Ww9yW3SogMAcWy1egE5wYOOqgUAweaYqIMKoCSQwWwA5WyuqYsAuAqA5CsAsQKCAQKQOGs==
This one is unsolvable. I suspect that Dan9erTheGamer pasted his string as both message and pad thinking there would be a unique solution. There are 18889465931478580854784 possible strings that when used as key and pad will result in this exact output. Here is a jsfiddle that will list them all.
So Dan9erThegames posted the solution which is this:
Code:
Base64 aHR0cHM6Ly9zY3JhdGNoLm1pdC5lZHUvdXNlcnMvRGFuOWVyLyA5LzkvMjAxNiA5OjAwIFBNIFVUQw==
Decoding the code from level 6 with Base64 gives the solution:
Code:
https://scratch.mit.edu/users/Dan9er/ 9/9/2016 9:00 PM UTC
A link to his scratch profile and a date in the future. Maybe something will happen then. Maybe not.
It's not over.

See you on tuesday.
 
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I've decoded it.

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