Bad Entropy

It's easy to generate bad symmetric keys

Discuss The Problem

Let's say you want to encrypt something via AES. One of the first things you'll have to do is generate a key. Suppose one generated a key by taking the current unix timestamp (seconds since Jan 01 1970), and passing that into md5 to get the key. Reference python below:

from hashlib import md5
from time import time

def genkey():
    i = int(time())
    return md5(str(i)).digest()
Then some secret string was encrypted (via AES-ECB i.e.vanilla AES and with no padding) to get the following ciphertext:
What is the secret string (ASCII encoded)? Hint: I generated the key the week of Monday, January 25th, 2016.