Fred, a software designer, woke up, got dressed, took a shower, ate breakfast, then headed off for work. He sat down on his chair and booted up his computer, only to see that all the files were gone. Hundreds of popups popped up before his eyes. He tried closing them one by one, only to find that the popups were reappearing the second he closed them. "Dang, I've been hacked," he thought. After four minutes, A new popup appeared. The popup read "ENTER THE PASSWORD:" At the bottom, there was some text that reads "sjE1ycL0DVbgOdWufXX, key=100" Fred thinks about using Caeser Cipher, but he knew that the maximum key is 52. In the corner, it says "YOU ONLY HAVE ONE ATTEMPT. IF YOU FAIL, ALL FILES WILL BE DELETED." Yikes!
Fred tried to restart, but it just said access was denied. He then attempted Ctrl-Alt_Delete, but that still said access was denied.
What is the password Fred must enter to stop his files from permanently disappearing?
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