I am trying to crack this encryption. is there a way to tell what kind of encryption it is. i know if i look though more of the source code i will be able to find it but the source was orginally encoded with Microsoft Script Encoder. i am not to sure if the program decoded that right. but anyway. this is the encrypted text

PGZvbnQgZmFjZT0iVmVyZGFuYSIgc2l6ZT0iMiIgY29sb3I9ImdyYXkiPlRoaXMgbWVzc2FnZSB3YXMgcG9zdGVkIHVzaW5nIHRoZSBQZXJzb25hbCBFZGl0aW9uIG9mIFRvYXN0IEZvcnVtcyAxLjYuICBHZXQgYSBmcmVlLCBza2lubmFi bGUgQVNQIG1lc3NhZ2UgYm9hcmQgZm9yIHlvdXIgc2l0ZSBhdCA8YSBocmVmPSJodHRwOi8vd3d3LnRvYXN0Zm9ydW1zLmNvbSIgdGFyZ2V0PSJfYmxhbmsiPnRvYXN0Zm9ydW1zLmNvbTwvYT4hPC9mb250PiAg

I played with this for abit and found out this part here is needed for the rest of the text to unencrypt

PGZvbnQgZmFjZT0iVmVyZGFuYSIgc2l6ZT0iMiIgY29sb3I9ImdyYXkiPl

if i just put part of the code in there at a time and then run the asp stuff it will show what that part of the encrypted text is.

anyways if i go though the long process finding out what each letter is. how would a make a program to do it for me the next time. cause there is still lots of the source excrypted..