the result of doubling the character codes of all the characters in the following names:
So I think you want
the third one.
''.join(chr(2*ord(c)) for c in 'Wrong Incorrect ThisIsIt NotIt IsntImportant Nonexistent Virus').replace('@',' ').replace('\x92','_').replace('\x9c','_') into a Python 3 interpreter --
@ is what a space turns into, and characters 92 and 9c are the ones that are being displayed as little boxes.
The main difficulty here was
with transcription -- in several cases it wasn't clear whether we're looking at a capital or a lowercase letter, for instance. I actually noticed some time ago that a lot of the characters seem to have even character codes, but some of them appeared not to because I had guessed wrongly at what they were :-).