Discussion in 'News' started by Derek, Apr 6, 2012.
That would be pretty awesome, but how would that help us cipher (or decode) anything?
Too much "MAYBE..." stuff in the last hour.
Going for a walk, talk to you later. And for those who continue searching for the solution, good luck!
10 hours, 10 minutes.
This is just too much. There has to be something, sitting on that page. I'm sure people have already searched it for watermarks, but still, it could be worth a second look.
It definitely has to do with these numbers. Keep working on it! I'm trying all these numbers on different decoders online, hopefully I get something.
To me this seems very logical... why else would there be an amazon link?
Its just to see about traffic and monitoring
and storage http://aws.amazon.com/s3/ storage of for example our music snippet.
Basically he is writing the tag <script> dynamically depending on the source of the connection. "Https" or "http".
The way to the script is this: https://s3.amazonaws.com/static.chartbeat.com/js/chartbeat.js
OMG I solved it, it says: Stop accusing us for trolling. You ungrateful bastards. Love, Mike.
I KNEW IT!
Copy and paste that amazon link into google and look where it takes you. Lol. I posted this like on the 20tg pg but no one said anything
Hmmmm... It's not what i meant..
I meant that the first digit is used to help decipher the code in someway and the last two digits represent alphabets.
Seeing as the last two digits are clearly less than 26, they have GOT TO BE alphabets/letters... but when replacing the numbers with alphabets such that A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4 and so on.
We just get a bunch of letter that dont make sense!..
The only solution I can think of is by using the first digit in someway to solve it... for example, a possibility is that the if the first digit says '4', it could mean that the the fourth letter of the english alphabet is where the numbers start... (D=1,E=2,F=3,G=4 and so on)
but that doesnt seem to be case now.. heck.. I TRIED IT TOO ..
SO THERE HAS GOT TO BE SOME OTHER WAY USING THE FIRST DIGIT TO CREATE A NEW CODE SYSTEM TO SOLVE THE LAST TWO DIGITS ._.
PS has everyone given up? It feels as if only a couple of us are left trying.. haha
oke, taught so.. But a direct link to a musicfile isn't at the websource (would be too easy ), for this reason I looked for other sources at the source but I do not know of reading codes so much.
I said it before, I'll say it again: and the hype ends...
Rather than decoding the numbers themselves, I'm trying to figure out where they might be useful because I really think decoding the numbers themselves is hopeless
Apparently, you guys may or may not have answers for me. IZ YU HIDING SUMTIN FROM US LPA?! :L Or maybe somebody suggested something earlier, and E&E saw it and thought we were on the right track? But didn't realise we gave up.
Perhaps after decoding the numbers into words/letters.. we type it into the 'terminal', thus revealing something... It's pretty far-fetched, but it's the only way that I can think of that sounds plausible
Edit: I just read ZoeLinkingal's post below.. and typing it into google sounds like a really good idea too!
Something sparked in my mind when I read your post.
If we assume that the snippet or whatever Linkin Park wants us to find is really stored on Amazon S3 (which is where the link takes us to) then the numbers that we all assume are alphabets may be part of the link to that file. It may be in the form of https://s3.amazonaws.com/blablabla
That would than explain why the letters don't make much sense because links don't usually make sense like YouTube and Google links etc, get where I'm coming from?
Separate names with a comma.