Cipher 31: Polyphasic

Firstly, I’ve been assigned the task of advertising the final episode of Magpie and Stump, which takes place at 21:30 in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre of Trinity College this Thursday (13th June 2013). It will be absolutely epic, and even if you live in another country, it’s definitely worth visiting for the day; you won’t be disappointed.

After two weeks of cryptographic inactivity, I am pleased to announce that the second season of cp4space ciphers is now commencing. For the (thirty-)first cipher, I have borrowed inspiration from a particular Russian cipher.

27446161737957865771637155886819508150245288536777083311
61635461109767135088525857581361414871617379578646882123
57795047840718611888530441032364574125613789708089187361
97285197524561600358116337081161774609632938506948791466
57525104778201684228519752456161897974641083510457581361
36976600137838815723708089187031518251311988508829374168
53085682408727910789708089187361972851975245616767876601
79997191563421215588452109100361594761230787073117865187
52842161838318615507205154847160659946065088550657581361
61874586678603415398586777883358575251311988681950815024
52885367770833116163546164076160074453675749517381342950

As before, there is a secret area that can only be accessed with a password provided in the encoded text. The link to this area can be found in the usual place.

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