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    Default Can't find Hex Value in String

    Hi,

    I have the Hex Key 54:32:73:85:43

    but what is 85 in string? I couldn't find it.

    Thanks.

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    What is this hex value being used for? 0x85 is 133.

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    Computing 102; ASCII Conversion, Extended ASCII Character Set. That comes right after Computing 101; How To Use The Keyboard. Entering ACSII from the keyboard is a simple matter, that a 5 year old can master in 1 minute.

    In other words, you need to learn some very basic computing skills. Learning to use Google might also be of benefit to you.

    0x85 = 133 (Decimal) = "à"

    However, if you don't already know what the character is, then it is implied that this is not your own WEP key, otherwise you would know it. That would further indicate you are committing an illegal act, or coming awful damned close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorn View Post
    However, if you don't already know what the character is, then it is implied that this is not your own WEP key, otherwise you would know it. That would further indicate you are committing an illegal act, or coming awful damned close.
    And that is enough to close the thread and warn/infract the OP.
    "\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";

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