Encrypted Coordinates

I have a set of what I believe to be 4 (X,Y) points turned into a blob of hex

like so: 0x000080BFA8AAF340000080BF031AFE40FFFF3F41010D6741FFFF3F4153D56141

Can you decipher and explain the encoding?

• Do you know how many X,Y points there are in there? – Bohemian Oct 31 '16 at 20:10
• I believe there to be 4 – jth41 Oct 31 '16 at 20:11

Incredibly basic, but I get the following four points:

• (32959, 2829775680)
• (32959, 52100672)
• (4294917953, 17655617)
• (4294917953, 1406492993)

Basically, just turn each coordinate from DEC to HEX and concatenate them all after the 0x prefix. Not really a cipher, but there ya go.

• ^vote with questions: Do the coordinates outline a figure? Might the coordinates be floating point? GPS? – humn Oct 31 '16 at 21:20

Interpreting the text as 8 32-bit hexidecimal numbers, and using 2's compliment, you get:

+32959, -1465191616
+32959, +52100672
-49343, +17655617
-49343, +1406492993


I don't know if that helps.

They could be lat/long pairs, but I can't see how to convert the number raw value to a lat/long range, especially given the large values.