This Room is not for absolute Beginner .
It includes various Cryptographic Techniques to be used along with some Stego and Stenoghaphy Challenges.
Translation and Shift
It is so simple . Just see the text carefully.It is in Leet form. Leet is a form of font which is used mostly on the internet. Is a famous font used by numerous hackers.
Answer:- can you capture the flag .
This format seems to be a Binary number . For this we will be using an online Tool “CyberChef”. We will convert it from Binary to Plain Text.
Answer :- lets try some binary out!
This Fromat seems to be Base 32 . Base32 is a common transfer encoding. It consists of 32-char set. These char-sets are usually alphabet in uppercase.So again we will use CyberChef. We will convert it from Base 32 to Plain Text.
Answer :- base32 is super common in CTF’s
This Format seems to be Base 64. Base64 is another common transfer encoding. It consists of 64-char set. These char-sets are usually alphabet in uppercase and lowercase.Again CyberChef . We will convert it From Base 64 to Plain Text.
Answer :- Each Base64 digit represents exactly 6 bits of data.
This format seems to be Hex.Hex consists of 16 bits of binary. It also known as base16. We will convert it from Hex to Plain Text.
Answer :- hexadecimal or base16?
This format seems to be ROT 13. There is some hint given in the text .Rot 13 or known as rotate 13 is a form of Caesar cipher which rotate in 13 times. We will convert it From ROT 13 to Plain Text .
Answer :- Rotate me 13 places!
This format seems to be ROT 47. Rot 47 or known as rotate 47 is another form of Caesar cipher which rotate in 47 times. It encode almost all visible ASCII character. We will convert it From ROT 47 to Plain Text.
Answer :- You spin me right round baby right round (47 times)
This seems to be some Telecommunication Encrypted Message. This is Morse code. Morse code is a combination of signal made of short and long impulsion (dot and dash). It was designed for telecommunication .We will convert it from Morse code to Plain Text.
Answer :- TELECOMMUNICATION ENCODING
This seems to be some Binary-Coded Decimal Text. Binary-Coded Decimal (BCD) is a base10 encoding technique.We will convert it from BCD to Plain Text.
Answer :- Unpack this BCD
This seems to be very long text . It is As Mentioned Below :-
In this we need to use multiple techniques.
i) Base 64
v) BCD (From Decimal)
Answer :- Let’s make this a bit trickier…
That was all you need . Congratulations You Completed Task 1.