Also, the "offensive" database text files are ROT13 encoded, e.g.:
(I assume they then use the -x option on strfile when creating the .dat)
EDIT: I had that wrong. The rot13 command always operates using the ROT13 cipher. It's the caesar command that uses a rotation argument.
TO ENCODE: cat CLEARTEXT.txt | rot13 > ENCODED.txt
TO DECODE: cat ENCODED.txt | rot13 > DECODED.txt
Last edited by Stroker; 12-02-2008 at 04:24 PM.