I'm enrolled in information assurance Master Degree course, and we have our first homework that cosists of decrypting a simple cipher text. I really downloaded a few tools and tried everything I have learned in the first class but nothing works. I need an expert in the area that point me in the right direction. attached is the cipher text
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Everybody asked so I included the class slides, that is all that has been covered so far.
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