# The Weird cipher password?

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 :

Look at the edit revisions!

• Is your incorrect and inconsequent usage of spacing, punctuation and capitalization a part of the puzzle? – jarnbjo Oct 21 '19 at 12:11
• @jarnbjo What do you think the hint signifies ? – The Demonix _ Hermit Oct 21 '19 at 12:23
• 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. – jarnbjo Oct 21 '19 at 12:27
• @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 ? – The Demonix _ Hermit Oct 21 '19 at 12:30
• 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). – Somebody Oct 21 '19 at 16:51

## 1 Answer

I don't know the whole answer, but my guess is that .......__.. is Morse Code. Unfortunately, due to a lack of spacing, there are many ways to translate it.

The next sentence says 'V is a sign for you.' This could mean to look for V in the code (..._). This translates as HVD, SEVD, ESVD, IIVD, EEIVD, EIEVD, IEEVD, EEEEVD, HVNE, SEVNE, ESVNE, IIVNE, EEIVNE, EIEVNE, IEEVNE, EEEEVNE, HVTI, SEVTI, ESVTI, IIVTI, EEIVTI, EIEVTI, IEEVTI, EEEEVTI, HVTEE, SEVTEE, ESVTEE, IIVTEE, EEIVTEE, EIEVTEE, IEEVTEE, or EEEEVTEE. HVD is the translation without any extra spaces added, it is an abbreviation for Hosted Virtual Desktop. A few translations are anagrams, SEVD-DEVS and SEVNE-SEVEN.

Sticking to the theme of 5, V could also represent the Roman numeral for 5, which is also found in the string (.....). This results in the translations 5-I, 5-EE, 5UD, 5UNE, 5UTI, 5UTEE, 5IZ, 5IGE, 5IMI, 5IMEE, 5ITD, 5ITNE, 5ITTI, 5ITTEE, 5EPE, 5EWI, 5EWEE, 5EAD, 5EANE, 5EATI, 5EATEE, 5EEZ, 5EEGE, 5EEMI, 5EEMEE, 5EETD, 5EETNE, 5EETTI, or 5EETTEE. A handful of these translations are anagrams if you replace the 5 with S. Most notably though, translated from left to right, with or without the spacing from the V clue is 5-I. My guess is that 5-I is the intended translation and that it is a key for translating the below numbers.