During your search to the ' great hidden computer virus ' , you realized that you are just a password from accessing it. Frantically , you searched for a clue that might help you . At last you finally found the following puzzle , written by the programmer of the virus , Ms. Anne Sweet.

The ' great hidden computer virus ' was never intended to be be used as a tool against humanity. To keep it a secret , the password is hidden in a puzzle . It should be protected at any cost from those who might use it for their own use .

Nevertheless , for those reader who still intend to know the password , The Anne Sweet riddle is

"Good Morning .For those who wish to solve this , exercise caution. No day you live die . This is .......__.. pentagon. V is a sign for you .Stretch out you hand for a help to someone. The circle might rule the world , but only the square rules the heart. Cipher : "

405 69 86 366 86 366 201 230 405 405 69 30 6 201 366 534 30 329

Hint : The world is made up of 5 elements.

Can you find the correct password ?

Hint :

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  • $\begingroup$ Is your incorrect and inconsequent usage of spacing, punctuation and capitalization a part of the puzzle? $\endgroup$ – jarnbjo Oct 21 at 12:11
  • $\begingroup$ @jarnbjo What do you think the hint signifies ? $\endgroup$ – The Demonix _ Hermit Oct 21 at 12:23
  • $\begingroup$ I am not sure what the hint has to do with my question. Va gur rqvgf, lbh unir nqqrq gntf, n fragrapr gb gur grkg naq gur uvag vgfrys. $\endgroup$ – jarnbjo Oct 21 at 12:27
  • $\begingroup$ @jarnbjo exactly! I have added sentences in the riddle. Do you think it is common to add to riddle $20$ hrs after it has been posted ? $\endgroup$ – The Demonix _ Hermit Oct 21 at 12:30
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    $\begingroup$ jarnbjo's question absolutely does matter because typos are sometimes intentional and relevant and other times they're accidental. There's quite a few typos and mistakes in this puzzle, so explicit confirmation on whether they're relevant or not helps solvers figure out where to start (or where not to start). $\endgroup$ – Somebody Oct 21 at 16:51

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