Wow... That was a tough one...
I _still_ don't know how to convert DD:MM:SS into HH:MM:SS. I guess that the rest of the group had a problem with it as well, considering the 3rd digit was the last one found.
I recognized the blowfish logo, but I'd never seen a simple blowfish text block encryptor before.
I've been around the internet since the days of gopher, archie, veronica, etc., so that one was pretty obvious (though I scratched my head for awhile before I found out that lynx still had a functional gopher client in it).
I am curious as to what the other messages are in the sndev.com web site. I suppose that brute-force cracking isn't going to reveal anything. Did anyone get the keys from the other users?
In theory, theory and practice are the same, in practice, they are not.