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VMs: Numb Erones & Brumbaugh

I don't remember any more details about B's solution. But he gives VMS char resembling the '4' as number four although it may better be number 5. Maybe he was in right tracks.

I has been wondering about number based cipher structures and early western arabic numbers.

I used this kind of system in school days to prevent "big boys" and nosey teachers ("don't we want to share it with the whole class!") to read my notebooks and diary:

-It doesn't even require a key for encryption. Key would make it even harder to open.
-Frequency analysis is useless.

I could try to create a sample text mass for analysis to see how it would look. Any similarities with VMS.

Or someone might try to solve my sample message, just to see how hard it is to decrypt.

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