Old 2nd June 2001, 04:14   #1
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You want 'em, well here they are!

nsa
enigma
tempest
counter
elliptic
prime
swordfish
symmetric
yukondenali
cipher

I also have managed to figure out all ten keycodes despite the fact that you are not supposed to be able to figure one out until you see the end credits of the movie. I will give you this much, but you don't get the keycodes. I also will not tell you how to get the keycodes.
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Old 2nd June 2001, 15:28   #2
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Did my note help?

Did my note about the password.js file help you out? lol hahahaha
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Old 2nd June 2001, 16:17   #3
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d00d, that was so easy. first minute I read it, I was like "awesome, this must be like try2hack" ( http://www.try2hack.f2s.com/ ). So I immediately opened up the source, saw the js file, and saw all the passes. How lame. anyone can do that, and you're thinking you're some kinda god or something. But didn't you forget to mention the last password venona? There were eleven of them, if you didn't know that.

If any winamp guys read the thread, don't make it client side checking. Have a contest like http://www.try2hack.f2s.com/ ... that one is soooo much fun! My friend and I worked together on that one and did it in about 6 hours. The last steps were really fun (the last couple levels). Make a contest like that, those are really fun.

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Old 3rd June 2001, 08:51   #4
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wuts swordfish ?
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Old 3rd June 2001, 09:02   #5
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Its the John travolta's latest sign of his steady descent into insanity...
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Old 3rd June 2001, 20:13   #6
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John Travolta's new flick "Battlefield:Internet"
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Old 3rd June 2001, 21:41   #7
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I know of the eleventh password. The eleventh password is what led me to the 10th keycode, despite what most people say, you do not have to see the movie.
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Old 4th June 2001, 02:46   #8
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well then neo? what is the 10th passcode?

go ahead and email it to me s1138@hotmail.com
though i doubt you have it

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Old 4th June 2001, 09:08   #9
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DAMN I'M GOOD!!!
Stop it! I'm having flashbacks of that horrible Doom-mockup called Duke Nukem!

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Old 4th June 2001, 13:34   #10
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no real passcode is that short

the shortest goverment passcode ive seen was 16 charicters
g54ySDF!=POf36_1
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Old 4th June 2001, 14:27   #11
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Stop it! I'm having flashbacks of that horrible Doom-mockup called Duke Nukem!
Um Duke Nukem was better than Doom!

The levels and weapons were more varied and fun. It wasn't up to Quake's standard with the game engine (2d player models still ) but it sure as hell was better than Doom (2d everything, low res).

I'd say:

Tribes 2
Tribes
Quake 3
Quake 2
Halflife
Quake
DukeNukem
Doom2
Doom
Wolfenstein

was the order of the FPS chart for today. Of course Doom was more of a groundbreaker and it was more inovative than DN, but once something is done, others can follow.

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Old 7th June 2001, 18:56   #12
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Duke Nukem was nothing but a wannabe badass modeled after Bruce Campbell's Ash from the Evil Dead Movies (namely Army of Darkness). Come on!!! Duke sucks. Of course, I am the head guy on the Evil Dead MOD for Half-Life, check that out at http://storm.prohosting.com/edeadmod

Oh yea!!
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Old 7th June 2001, 23:19   #13
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Neo: You forgot the 11th password "venona".

And.. you didn't find all 10 keycodes cuz only 9 exist...

Here they are:

3492
6405
9D0E
011A
BA1F
5ED6
9E2A
A32E
4D2B

Maybe there are 10? I don't know, tell me the 10th one if you really did find it...
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Old 8th June 2001, 03:40   #14
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Yes, there are ten keycodes. Why do you think there are ten fields for you to put keycodes in genious!! Come on, use some common sense.
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Old 8th June 2001, 03:41   #15
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I just realized that eventually all these operation swordfish banner ads will give away all ten passcodes to anyone that doesn't have the half-brain that it takes to figure them out.
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Old 8th June 2001, 20:46   #16
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There's no sense in lying man... At the time you posted this message there were only 9 keycodes, the 10th was added yesterday. Also, you needed all 12 passwords to get the 10th keycode, the 12th password was also added yesterday.

Of course you didn't get the 10th keycode cuz you didn't know the 11th password "venona" or the 12th "vernam" (added yesterday) after you input all 11th and add the 12th, the keycode screen pops up, with the 10th keycode "0011" already inputted... So there you have it, all 12 passwords, all 10 keycodes.
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Old 24th June 2001, 10:59   #17
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Old 26th June 2001, 05:32   #18
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nsa
cipher
counter
elliptic
prime
swordfish
enigma
tempest
symmetric
yukondenali
venona
vernam

3492
6405
9D0E
011A
BA1F
5ED6
9E2A
A32E
4D2B
0011 * Filled in automatically ever since the movie debuted!

So shut up already!
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Old 25th July 2001, 03:28   #19
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Huh? what are the swordfish passwords, or whatever yall are talking about. Also, can u gimme some good online puzzle sites, stuff like the AI puzzle.
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Old 18th August 2001, 17:34   #20
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Hey why are you dissin DN3D? That game was muich better than Doom. It had more levels, better levels than Doom, and you could jump and use a Jumpjet.

"Welcome to the Island of people who know too much."..."Did you really think balloons would stop him?!"
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Old 19th August 2001, 20:33   #21
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Comparing Doom to Duke3D is like comparing Watermelons to Cantaloupes...some people just like one better then the other.

Doom has originality, and is easily a classic. It has an easy interface and relatively low CPU needs. Great for reminiscence, and still a fun game in my opinion.

Duke3D has a more powerful atmosphere, with different types of puzzles than doom...and the fact that in doom you can't jump or duck...and it incorporates harder levels, better graphics, and a more modern atmosphere. Beats a lot of today's "All graphics, no fun" games.
I mean, seriously, if you spend 3 years making graphics, and 1 year making the game, which do you think will be better?

Now on to watermelons and cantaloupes...just kidding.
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Old 19th August 2001, 21:11   #22
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I have to disagree with TheMike, and put Half-Life over Quake 3 (i have nether played eiher Tribes game, so they do not come into my reckoning).

Half-Life kicked ass over Q3. Ok,m so the graphicsa re not a patch on it, but playability, multiplayer and mods are far in advance of Q3.

And TF2 will kick ass.
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Old 12th September 2001, 20:26   #23
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Y'all think you're good?

Try to get into the hidden part of my friend's site at http://www.shiteindustries.force9.co.uk

And1k.

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Old 13th September 2001, 03:16   #24
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Sorry if I should know this, but I never saw the movie, so could somebody fill me in on what the passwords are all about.

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Old 25th September 2001, 01:30   #25
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Re: Y'all think you're good?

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Try to get into the hidden part of my friend's site at http://www.shiteindustries.force9.co.uk

And1k.
I don't know if this is really where you wanted me to go, but I got to this other page and it said:

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SHITE RIDER
This is a Knight Rider Parody, which is hidden behind a "reputable website" which supplies indestructable metals and custom computer software to various industries and buisnesses, not to mention the general public. They also have been asked to make a replica of the Knight Industries Two Thousand from Knight Rider!
Is that where the "hidden" part was. All I did was click on back instead of pressing back.
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