Hmm. The “U2FsdGVkX1” bit is “Salted_” in base 64, suggesting that the rest of the string is a message encoded with OpenSSL, probably with AES? I’m guessing it’s literally the message “A secret”, but I can’t guess the key for it. I’m tempted to start scripting things to break this, but at some point you have to take a look at your life and say “what am I doing? it’s time for bed”.
You pretty much got it. The password was also “A secret” without quotes hahaha
AES-256-cbc was the specific encoding.
I’ve never liked Radiohead outside of a couple of songs on In Rainbows
I’ve tried listening to OK Computer and Kid A and I just Don’t Get It
Oh same. Like the closest to a Radiohead album I’ve enjoyed is The Bends.
I didn’t see my first full Star Wars film until this year (and I’m 29). I had always seen just bits of pieces of several films, grown tired of them, and picked up the overarching plot through osmosis.
Once when I was like 11 I tried to write a clean rap song to the banger known as the Super Mario Bros. Theme. I had a lot of problems.
When I was in elementary school I was convinced if you listened closely to the water coming out of the bathtub faucet you could hear it talking.
Video games are better without stories
I used to know the major plot points to the first 200 Archie Sonic comic books. (I had a Sonic phase from early middle school to mid high school, during which I binge-read almost the entire Archie Sonic wikia)
That was a while ago, so I barely remember any of it. But there was a point where I was in deep
I made Sonic OC in fifth grade with one other kid. I was Volt and he was Vibe.
.I don’t find Spongebob Squarepants funny. At all. Nor have I ever after I watched more than one episode of the show. Age is not a factor.