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Page 56 is encrypted using (prime numbers -1 )as a stream cipher. The `F` rune in the plaintext is an interrupter and is not encrypted. (method here):

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ERE EXISTS A PAGE THAT HA

SHES TO:

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59466b4cd653239a311cb7116

d4618dee09a8425893dc7500b

464fdaf1672d7bef5e891c6e227

4568926a49fb4f45132c2a8b4

IT IS THE DUTY OF EUERY PILGR

IM TO SEEK OUT THIS PAGE.

The full hash is:

36367763ab73783c7af284446c59466b4cd653239a311cb7116d4618dee09a8425893dc7500b464fdaf1672d7bef5e891c6e2274568926a49fb4f45132c2a8b4


The hash has a length of 512 bits. The hashing algorithm is not known, but potential candidates are SHA-512, BLAKE-512 or BLAKE2b.

It is not known what is hashed. Possible options are a URL, an image or other file or the contents of a web page. The hash can also be a unique file identifier for deep web applications such as Freenet, GnuNET or P2P file sharing systems, which use Distributed Hash Tables.

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