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  • The 32-character code appears in the new logo for U.S.

    Can you crack the Cyber Command code?

  • • Cracking the Code: According to Wired. com, 9ec4c12949a4f31474f299058ce2b22a, the 32-character code featured on the new U.S.

    James Mattis: 'It's fun to shoot some people'

  • That's the short and sweet 32-character Harvard Business School takeaway from new research into Twitter that's well worth a read for anyone interested in using the platform in the political space.

    Daily Digest | Exposed: From Twitter Bias to White House Bloggers

  • With a possibly more “aggressive” fitness function and 100 32-character strings per generation, I get a cycle time similar to your 1 minute, and a run time of around 40 minutes.

    How to do ID: (1) Find a shark. (2) Jump it. - The Panda's Thumb

  • Specifically, the length distribution looks like this: 1-4 0.82 percent 5 1.1 percent 6 15 percent 7 23 percent 8 25 percent 9 17 percent 10 13 percent 11 2.7 percent 12 0.93 percent 13-32 0.93 percent Yes, there's a 32-character password: "1ancheste23nite41ancheste23nite4."

    MySpace Passwords Aren't So Dumb

  • Panda Security researchers solved the mystery of the 32-character code in the inner gold ring of U.S. Cyber Command's logo.

    Techworld Australia News

  • "Danger Room" blog -- which first noticed the characters -- had published the 32-character code.

    Techworld Australia News

  • Threat Level Danger Room blog picked it up Wednesday morning and announced a contest, with a free T-shirt (or a ticket to the International Spy Museum) going to the first reader to crack the code. precisely what the 32-character code means.

    Site Home

  • The Pentagon's new U.S. Cyber Command has embedded a 32-character string of secret code in its logo, causing a stir among bloggers and curious techies eager to decipher the veiled message.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • U.S. Cyber Command has embedded a 32-character string of secret code in its logo, causing a stir among bloggers and curious techies eager to decipher the veiled message.

    Air Force Times - News

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