The True Unbreakable Code
by Mental Ego
The IFF Code.
What does IFF stand for? If and only if. IFF is used in euclydian geometry in proofs. The measure of angle 65 is congruent to angle 34 IFF the midpoints... Enough of that, let me explain the true nature of this code.
The code itself, can not be broken, but it can be discovered. Since the only way to decode it is through the key, the key must be kept safe by the encoder and decoder.
Simply random numbers I keyed in just now, but with the IFF Frequency, that means a whole lot. If the Frequency is not correct, the code is ruined untill someone else with alot of time intercepts the key and spends hours trying to decipher the possibilities.
To start off with every code, you need to change letters into different symbols.
a-1, b-2, c-3...
z-1, y-2, x-3...
b-1, c-2, b-3...
Doesn't matter which way you start off, or if you have your own way of doing it. We will call this first code, "String 1."
Now, following a different pattern (be careful not to replicate "String 1" in any way, so it would be best to start a-1, then b-1, then c-1...) make as many strings as you want.
Simply and clearly--you need to confuse whoever intercepts the code, but speak clearly to your contact.
33333, 33 3333 33 33333!
Hoo-dang! What the hell?
Hello, my name is Steve!
If you make 26 different strings, you have the same numbers for different letters.
But, how do you decode it?
Use your IFF Frequency. Your string numbers are key for this, you can use this in any order.
For example: 33333 - 13224
That says that every five letters, you will be back at 1.
(13224132241322413224...) It represents "String 1."
So, every five letters, you will use the "String 1" key to decipher every five letters, then string 3, 2, 2, and 4.
The more strings you use, the safer off you are! Hide your IFF Frequency in checks, social security numbers, telephone numbers, be creative!
How do I hide all this?
(Assuming your contact has the key.) Drop a note at a different location than the coded message, saying something like,"Call me tonight: 555-5656," or leave a social security card down, or use the digits on a check when "paying" your contact.