Contacting me is easy, just following the following decoding strategy on this python list:
['0b1001100', '0b110010', '0b111001', '0b1101000', '0b1110001', '0b1010100', '0b1010011', '0b1110111', '0b1110001', '0b1010000', '0b110101', '0b1100111', '0b1001101', '0b1001000', '0b1001111', '0b1100111', '0b1001100', '0b1001010', '0b1111001', '0b1100110', '0b1110001', '0b1010100', '0b1110101', '0b1100011', '0b1101111', '0b1111010', '0b1100110', '0b1101000', '0b1101111', '0b1111010', '0b1001001', '0b110000']
int(n,2)where n is the binary number you want to convert and 2 is the base (binary base 2), but you probably don't want to do that by hand for everything in the list, so some sort of loop would be fun, maybe map one value to another?
a = map(lambda x: int(x,2), d)
chr()function to do that. if you want you could probably just apply it to your above
mapto get something like
a = map(lambda x: chr(int(x,2)), d)), but you do you!
import codecsand then you could run something like
almost_there = codecs.encode(my_string, 'rot_13')
base64decodethat string, so after
import base64you could so something like