Spooky hex output for byte inputSee original GitHub issue
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Describe the bug
Ciphey outputs random hex digit pairs when run on practically any ciphertext when set to bytes mode, and when the output is not redirected (i.e. into
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or any other string
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- OS/Distro: Debian
- Python version: Python 3.8.5
- Ciphey versions: master (775fabe)
- Did you use Docker? Nope
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To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:
$ ciphey -t "hello, world" -b -C regex -p regex.regex=random_unmatchable_text 6c 6d 6c 6e 6c 6b 6c 6f 6c 73 6c 71 6c 72 6c 24 6c 79 72 73 72 70 72 75 72 71 72 6d 72 6f 72 6c 72 3a 72 67 ....
Expected behavior No spooky hex
Any other information? Nope
- Created 3 years ago
- Comments:8 (7 by maintainers)
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This is fixed now.