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I have a 2D scanner that returns this string though a COM port.

??-??-?&???l7\vH@?\f?0@\b?!i??+\n?\n?\0\0?\0H?\0?,?\0H?????L&0??\v?xm?Ll&?;? \n??Vo???a?n?

I tried many ways to decrypt the string but no result.

Can anyone help.
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Updated 1-Feb-14 18:49pm
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The chances are that it isn't encrypted - it's just plain wrong, or it's binary information.
Look at the documentation for your scanner, and see what it says it produces, and how it expects the interface to be configured - your use of "COM port" implies it's a rather old device, which would normally need a driver disk, if it is not directly supported by Windows.

Frankly, if it would normally have a driver, then I don't hold out much hope of your getting it to work directly via C# or VB without it, and if it does have the driver loaded, then you shouldn't be talking directly to it anyway!
 
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