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  1. [2013-01-07 00:00:12] <Kashue> twitter still going?
  2. [2013-01-07 00:00:14] <leakhmskill> 464 / 2 is 232
  3. [2013-01-07 00:00:17] <scrounger> is it prime?
  4. [2013-01-07 00:00:26] <scrounger> the twitter number?
  5. [2013-01-07 00:00:40] <leakhmskill> can someone link me to the dump of the tweets with their tweet number?
  6. [2013-01-07 00:00:45] <CheeseFingers> > even number
  7. [2013-01-07 00:00:48] <CheeseFingers> > is it prime
  8. [2013-01-07 00:00:52] <CheeseFingers> wat
  9. [2013-01-07 00:00:54] <bakpak2hvy> lol
  10. [2013-01-07 00:01:05] <leakhmskill> someone had a dump of all the tweets
  11. [2013-01-07 00:01:27] <scrounger> CheeseFingers: the twitter account number, not whatever you think i'm referring to
  12. [2013-01-07 00:01:38] <Cooper_> I'l take another dump of the tweets once it gets to 464
  13. [2013-01-07 00:01:38] <bakpak2hvy> 20 minutes guise
  14. [2013-01-07 00:01:47] <leakhmskill> alright
  15. [2013-01-07 00:01:50] <Cooper_> Then I'll work my magic from there.
  16. [2013-01-07 00:01:55] <leakhmskill> where did we even get 464?
  17. [2013-01-07 00:02:14] <bakpak2hvy> leakhmskill: number of primes in the iso
  18. [2013-01-07 00:02:22] <Cooper_> And by magic, I mean I'll fumble around like a retard until something happens.
  19. [2013-01-07 00:02:24] <leakhmskill> alright
  20. [2013-01-07 00:02:26] <leakhmskill> lol
  21. [2013-01-07 00:02:30] <scrounger> Specifically, is 1231507051321 prime? We know it's a palindrome
  22. [2013-01-07 00:02:35] <Cooper_> Yes.
  23. [2013-01-07 00:02:42] <Cooper_> it is a palindrome.
  24. [2013-01-07 00:02:43] <scrounger> Yup, prime.
  25. [2013-01-07 00:02:46] <Cooper_> prime
  26. [2013-01-07 00:02:48] <scrounger> 1231507051321 is prime
  27. [2013-01-07 00:02:53] <Cooper_> *
  28. [2013-01-07 00:02:58] <scrounger> and the data files?
  29. [2013-01-07 00:03:02] <leakhmskill> I feel like palindromes will have to do with this
  30. [2013-01-07 00:03:03] -->| cocklord (6c111eb4@gateway/web/freenode/ip.108.17.30.180) has joined #33012013
  31. [2013-01-07 00:03:07] <bakpak2hvy> haha
  32. [2013-01-07 00:03:12] <leakhmskill> palindrome primes maybe
  33. [2013-01-07 00:03:13] <bakpak2hvy> cocklord: your nick makes me lol
  34. [2013-01-07 00:03:39] <scrounger> the data files had weird lengths, right?
  35. [2013-01-07 00:05:54] <Lesmo> Found something
  36. [2013-01-07 00:05:59] <Cooper_> Scrounger, you mean the ones in the iso?
  37. [2013-01-07 00:06:07] <Cooper_> What did you find?
  38. [2013-01-07 00:06:46] <Lesmo> ... well, file sizes in the DATA folder in the ISO
  39. [2013-01-07 00:06:46] <scrounger> yeah
  40. [2013-01-07 00:07:00] <Lesmo> ... are like interesting
  41. [2013-01-07 00:07:15] <bakpak2hvy> 15 minutes niggers
  42. [2013-01-07 00:07:23] <Lesmo> 560.17 is 1183811
  43. [2013-01-07 00:07:47] <Cooper_> Holy shit
  44. [2013-01-07 00:07:48] <iIIustrious> prime palindrome again
  45. [2013-01-07 00:07:54] <Cooper_> The others are too.
  46. [2013-01-07 00:08:00] <Lesmo> 560.13 is 118818811
  47. [2013-01-07 00:08:05] <Lesmo> Yeah
  48. [2013-01-07 00:08:23] |<-- cocklord has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  49. [2013-01-07 00:08:35] <Lesmo> Except for the _560.00
  50. [2013-01-07 00:08:42] <Cooper_> .00 isn't though.
  51. [2013-01-07 00:08:49] <Cooper_> counting as 3,992,970 on mine
  52. [2013-01-07 00:08:49] <Lesmo> ... it's length is pretty random
  53. [2013-01-07 00:08:50] <Lesmo> 3992970
  54. [2013-01-07 00:09:27] <Kashue> 399-2970 ?
  55. [2013-01-07 00:09:56] <bakpak2hvy> any numbers before that?
  56. [2013-01-07 00:10:00] <bakpak2hvy> possible a phone number?
  57. [2013-01-07 00:10:16] <Cooper_> I thought the phone number as well, but as was said before, these guys won't give us a number and not give us a clue it is a phone number.
  58. [2013-01-07 00:10:28] <Kashue> the palidromes in the file sizes cant be just random luck
  59. [2013-01-07 00:10:37] <Kashue> what does itt meeaannn
  60. [2013-01-07 00:10:40] -->| rb9269 (b0fb4b0d@gateway/web/freenode/ip.176.251.75.13) has joined #33012013
  61. [2013-01-07 00:10:46] <iIIustrious> 560 is an area code, if it is one
  62. [2013-01-07 00:10:53] <bakpak2hvy> ill check
  63. [2013-01-07 00:10:54] <Absencelol> is anyone here able to give me speaking prielegs in the hacker group?
  64. [2013-01-07 00:10:57] <Cooper_> Fuck. Fine I'll try
  65. [2013-01-07 00:11:15] <bakpak2hvy> 560 is unassigned
  66. [2013-01-07 00:11:19] <bakpak2hvy> Absencelol: primius
  67. [2013-01-07 00:11:35] <scrounger> Absencelol: I am, but you have to code up the solution specified in the hacker topic.
  68. [2013-01-07 00:11:37] <bakpak2hvy> country code 56 is chile
  69. [2013-01-07 00:11:41] <Lesmo> ... why is the 3301hackers protected?
  70. [2013-01-07 00:11:55] <leakhmskill> keep out the riff raff
  71. [2013-01-07 00:11:57] <leakhmskill> I assume
  72. [2013-01-07 00:11:58] <bakpak2hvy> Lesmo: because fuck you, thats why
  73. [2013-01-07 00:12:08] <Lesmo> Awesome, love you too
  74. [2013-01-07 00:12:12] <leakhmskill> and that too
  75. [2013-01-07 00:12:26] <Absencelol> okay
  76. [2013-01-07 00:12:26] <scrounger> no, because it takes all of 3 lines of code to get the answer to the problem posted in the topic. If you can't figure that out, you're not a hacker.
  77. [2013-01-07 00:12:30] <CheeseFingers> who locked it?
  78. [2013-01-07 00:12:31] <Absencelol> heres my suggestion anyhow
  79. [2013-01-07 00:12:36] <leakhmskill> 10 minutes
  80. [2013-01-07 00:12:46] <scrounger> and if you're not a hacker, why do you want to post in hackers?
  81. [2013-01-07 00:12:47] <Absencelol> Get the prime # for 1033 (as in which prime) I think its 174
  82. [2013-01-07 00:12:51] <bakpak2hvy> 10 MINUTES
  83. [2013-01-07 00:12:52] <bakpak2hvy> ISH
  84. [2013-01-07 00:12:53] <Absencelol> get the 174th tweet and decode that one
  85. [2013-01-07 00:13:12] <leakhmskill> or the prime # for 3011
  86. [2013-01-07 00:13:19] <leakhmskill> or both together
  87. [2013-01-07 00:13:30] <bakpak2hvy> i can grab the 174th
  88. [2013-01-07 00:13:36] <Kashue> what do you mean get the prime #?
  89. [2013-01-07 00:13:38] <bakpak2hvy> but wtf do you mean decode
  90. [2013-01-07 00:13:39] <bakpak2hvy> im lost
  91. [2013-01-07 00:13:49] <rb9269> arnt we holding off to see if it stops at 464
  92. [2013-01-07 00:13:52] <rb9269> 10 mins...
  93. [2013-01-07 00:13:53] <bakpak2hvy> 3301 is the 464th prime
  94. [2013-01-07 00:13:59] <bakpak2hvy> we dont have that # tweet yet
  95. [2013-01-07 00:14:01] <bakpak2hvy> actually
  96. [2013-01-07 00:14:14] <iIIustrious> only 2 more to go to it though
  97. [2013-01-07 00:14:17] <bakpak2hvy> were gonna have to wait an extra five minutes after the 464th tweet to see if we were right
  98. [2013-01-07 00:14:19] <leakhmskill> so, we still need to wait
  99. [2013-01-07 00:14:23] <Lurker69> Lesmo: read topic in #3301hackers
  100. [2013-01-07 00:14:27] <iIIustrious> then 5 minutes of waiting to see if we're right, lol
  101. [2013-01-07 00:14:46] <Absencelol> i really suggest trying the 174th for the jpeg
  102. [2013-01-07 00:14:50] <Absencelol> before it hits 464
  103. [2013-01-07 00:15:03] <Absencelol> Faster the better?
  104. [2013-01-07 00:15:07] <leakhmskill> sounds like a good idea, because why the fuck not?
  105. [2013-01-07 00:15:09] <bakpak2hvy> alright alright
  106. [2013-01-07 00:15:11] <bakpak2hvy> calm your tits
  107. [2013-01-07 00:15:24] <Kashue> for the jpeg?
  108. [2013-01-07 00:15:31] <Lesmo> Ok
  109. [2013-01-07 00:15:31] <Absencelol> jpeg header
  110. [2013-01-07 00:15:40] <leakhmskill> 5 minutes
  111. [2013-01-07 00:16:02] <leakhmskill> so tense
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  113. [2013-01-07 00:16:12] <bakpak2hvy> wouldnt it actually be 10 minutes?
  114. [2013-01-07 00:16:22] <leakhmskill> 463 tweets
  115. [2013-01-07 00:16:23] <Absencelol> it just did the 463
  116. [2013-01-07 00:16:25] <fasd> all bets in guys will it stop at 464, continue, or repeat?
  117. [2013-01-07 00:16:34] <miklja> Comntinue
  118. [2013-01-07 00:16:38] <Cooper_> They must have really shitty bandwidth if their transfewrring this fucker at 7 bytes per minute...
  119. [2013-01-07 00:16:46] <leakhmskill> I'm gonna split between stop and repeat
  120. [2013-01-07 00:16:46] <Absencelol> I'm sure it will stop; I explained my theory on that last night :p
  121. [2013-01-07 00:16:49] <Cooper_> transferring*
  122. [2013-01-07 00:17:12] <miklja> If its a file dump its going to continue
  123. [2013-01-07 00:17:15] <Cooper_> they're*
  124. [2013-01-07 00:18:57] <bakpak2hvy> 463 tweets
  125. [2013-01-07 00:19:02] <bakpak2hvy> getting close
  126. [2013-01-07 00:19:13] <leakhmskill> 2 minutes
  127. [2013-01-07 00:19:18] <leakhmskill> 7 to see if it goes on
  128. [2013-01-07 00:19:40] <leakhmskill> it would suck if it stopped at 463
  129. [2013-01-07 00:19:48] <bakpak2hvy> haha
  130. [2013-01-07 00:20:00] <Cooper_> They'd have to be doing that just to fuck with us.
  131. [2013-01-07 00:20:12] <Lesmo> Ok
  132. [2013-01-07 00:20:15] <leakhmskill> I would probably rage quit
  133. [2013-01-07 00:20:22] <Absencelol> Less then a minute.
  134. [2013-01-07 00:20:22] |<-- Alkapwn2 has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  135. [2013-01-07 00:20:30] <leakhmskill> I have to pee
  136. [2013-01-07 00:20:35] <leakhmskill> but I don't want to
  137. [2013-01-07 00:20:43] <iIIustrious> there it is
  138. [2013-01-07 00:20:44] <Kashue> is 10333301 prime?
  139. [2013-01-07 00:20:48] <bakpak2hvy> we got 464
  140. [2013-01-07 00:21:00] <iIIustrious> it's not
  141. [2013-01-07 00:21:10] <leakhmskill> no
  142. [2013-01-07 00:21:22] <CheeseFingers> decoded
  143. [2013-01-07 00:21:30] <leakhmskill> and?
  144. [2013-01-07 00:21:45] <bakpak2hvy> factor 30095
  145. [2013-01-07 00:21:45] <bakpak2hvy> 30095: 5 13 463
  146. [2013-01-07 00:21:45] <CheeseFingers> dunno doesnt seem image
  147. [2013-01-07 00:21:51] <bakpak2hvy> 463
  148. [2013-01-07 00:21:54] <CheeseFingers> ill upload it
  149. [2013-01-07 00:22:01] <bakpak2hvy> is that a conincidence, i suppose?
  150. [2013-01-07 00:22:12] <iIIustrious> if they're dumping from a file to twitter, keep in mind we may have to reverse the tweets
  151. [2013-01-07 00:22:32] <miklja> Did anyone run file on the file that was uploaded?
  152. [2013-01-07 00:22:37] <Absencelol> I suggested that in a private conversation; he said thats highly unlikely but anythings possible.
  153. [2013-01-07 00:22:44] <bakpak2hvy> whic file that was uploaded?
  154. [2013-01-07 00:22:54] <bakpak2hvy> miklja: ill do it, but i dont have the file
  155. [2013-01-07 00:23:06] <CheeseFingers> https://anonfiles.com/file/3e640f30e2413436f63f9a16490b972f
  156. [2013-01-07 00:23:39] <bakpak2hvy> 2 minutes
  157. [2013-01-07 00:23:44] <bakpak2hvy> till we find out if were right
  158. [2013-01-07 00:23:51] <Cooper_> lesmo, how did you remove the headers?
  159. [2013-01-07 00:23:53] <miklja> I am NikTitanik btw
  160. [2013-01-07 00:24:00] <miklja> Just on my phome
  161. [2013-01-07 00:24:02] <Cooper_> Did you go through one by one?
  162. [2013-01-07 00:24:35] <leakhmskill> all i got from the download was invalid image
  163. [2013-01-07 00:24:40] -->| Cuboid3301 (183c4ccb@gateway/web/freenode/ip.24.60.76.203) has joined #33012013
  164. [2013-01-07 00:24:42] <Lesmo> What headers are you talking about cooper?
  165. [2013-01-07 00:24:54] <leakhmskill> the first 7 numbers
  166. [2013-01-07 00:24:59] <leakhmskill> at the start of each tweet
  167. [2013-01-07 00:25:08] <bakpak2hvy> $ file twitter.jpg
  168. [2013-01-07 00:25:09] <bakpak2hvy> twitter.jpg: data
  169. [2013-01-07 00:25:13] <bakpak2hvy> dafuq
  170. [2013-01-07 00:25:18] <bakpak2hvy> never seen that one before
  171. [2013-01-07 00:25:18] <Lesmo> Ah... just did, in powershell, a split on ":" and then trim them
  172. [2013-01-07 00:25:25] <miklja> maybe when the dump is complete...
  173. [2013-01-07 00:25:26] <fasd> so whats with all the 5s? 5 mins per tweet, .05 sec between each prime
  174. [2013-01-07 00:25:36] <leakhmskill> 5 is prime
  175. [2013-01-07 00:25:49] <hofstadter> 465 tweets...
  176. [2013-01-07 00:25:51] <CheeseFingers> new msg on twitter
  177. [2013-01-07 00:25:53] <leakhmskill> balls
  178. [2013-01-07 00:25:54] <iIIustrious> haha
  179. [2013-01-07 00:25:56] <Kashue> yep
  180. [2013-01-07 00:25:56] <iIIustrious> yep
  181. [2013-01-07 00:25:58] <iIIustrious> still going
  182. [2013-01-07 00:25:59] <miklja> Told you
  183. [2013-01-07 00:26:00] <CheeseFingers> pfff
  184. [2013-01-07 00:26:05] <Kashue> lol
  185. [2013-01-07 00:26:06] <bakpak2hvy> damn it
  186. [2013-01-07 00:26:11] <leakhmskill> the mystery continues
  187. [2013-01-07 00:26:12] <Cuboid3301> -_-
  188. [2013-01-07 00:26:13] =-= miklja is now known as NikT
  189. [2013-01-07 00:26:17] <rb9269> did someone have a go of the pairing? the two pauses in the iso file?
  190. [2013-01-07 00:26:21] <Lesmo> lol... I guess tweet seconds are not relevant
  191. [2013-01-07 00:26:23] <leakhmskill> can we entertain my idea now?
  192. [2013-01-07 00:26:35] <NikT> Im telling you, its definitely an age
  193. [2013-01-07 00:26:41] <NikT> Image*
  194. [2013-01-07 00:26:47] <hofstadter> all theories should be entertained
  195. [2013-01-07 00:27:03] <hofstadter> even if it's for a brief second
  196. [2013-01-07 00:27:17] <leakhmskill> my idea is, most tweets are a mess that can't be decoded
  197. [2013-01-07 00:27:30] <leakhmskill> and specific tweets are the ones we are looking for
  198. [2013-01-07 00:27:40] <bakpak2hvy> http://pastebin.archlinux.fr/455157
  199. [2013-01-07 00:27:45] <leakhmskill> and using the hints we have found so far, we get the right tweets
  200. [2013-01-07 00:27:52] <bakpak2hvy> ^data from twitter.jpg someone mentioned earlier
  201. [2013-01-07 00:28:43] <leakhmskill> the twitter will run on forever, but stop spitting out useful tweets, just more stuff we can't decode
  202. [2013-01-07 00:28:54] <leakhmskill> or decodes into nothing
  203. [2013-01-07 00:29:00] <bakpak2hvy> ^
  204. [2013-01-07 00:29:08] <rb9269> so what are the correct tweets then?
  205. [2013-01-07 00:29:14] <fasd> I still think that it is an authentication code
  206. [2013-01-07 00:29:17] <rb9269> how many tweets should we be looking for?
  207. [2013-01-07 00:29:19] <Cooper_> prime numbers?
  208. [2013-01-07 00:29:19] <leakhmskill> I think it has to with the headers
  209. [2013-01-07 00:29:20] <hofstadter> there are 13 digits in the twitter handle and 13 is prime if that helps at all
  210. [2013-01-07 00:29:39] <bakpak2hvy> i think scrounger is having some sort of breakthrough in hackers
  211. [2013-01-07 00:29:41] <bakpak2hvy> or hes high
  212. [2013-01-07 00:29:42] <leakhmskill> we need to use commonalities between from previous steps and hints
  213. [2013-01-07 00:29:54] <leakhmskill> primes, palindromes
  214. [2013-01-07 00:29:58] |<-- NikT has left freenode (Quit: AndroIRC - Android IRC Client ( http://www.androirc.com ))
  215. [2013-01-07 00:29:58] <leakhmskill> etc.
  216. [2013-01-07 00:29:59] <iIIustrious> could be both, bakpak
  217. [2013-01-07 00:30:00] <Lurker69> i have no idea what is happening
  218. [2013-01-07 00:30:16] <leakhmskill> and combine them into the correct .jpg file
  219. [2013-01-07 00:30:57] <bakpak2hvy> gonna go steal brothers xbox and play grand theft auto
  220. [2013-01-07 00:30:58] <bakpak2hvy> brb
  221. [2013-01-07 00:31:04] =-= bakpak2hvy is now known as bak|afk
  222. [2013-01-07 00:31:06] <leakhmskill> have fun
  223. [2013-01-07 00:32:42] <Lesmo> Who's our wiki editor?
  224. [2013-01-07 00:32:48] <Cooper_> So Lesmo, how did you use powershell?
  225. [2013-01-07 00:33:01] |<-- hofstadter has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  226. [2013-01-07 00:33:02] <Cooper_> To remove the headers
  227. [2013-01-07 00:33:22] <Lesmo> Let me postbin it for you
  228. [2013-01-07 00:33:27] <CheeseFingers> i'm going to laugh so hard when the information is plaintet in the last line of the jpg, just like the first image from last year :')
  229. [2013-01-07 00:33:37] <Lesmo> pastebin*
  230. [2013-01-07 00:34:00] <Cuboid3301> Hey can someone tell scrounger to give me voice in the other chat? I can't re-op myself for some reason
  231. [2013-01-07 00:34:14] |<-- Cuboid3301 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  232. [2013-01-07 00:34:37] -->| Cuboid3301 (183c4ccb@gateway/web/freenode/ip.24.60.76.203) has joined #33012013
  233. [2013-01-07 00:34:38] <Lesmo> http://pastebin.com/huVg0Vb4 PS magic to get the hex stuff from twitter
  234. [2013-01-07 00:34:56] <Lesmo> (^ Cooper_ check it out)
  235. [2013-01-07 00:35:06] <Cooper_> So do I run that in powershell?
  236. [2013-01-07 00:35:11] <Absencelol> anyone figure out the bottom of the ending picture from last year meant?
  237. [2013-01-07 00:35:19] <scrounger> Cuboid3301, send me the solution to the problem in the topic? (Sorry if you did once before, mate)
  238. [2013-01-07 00:35:23] [ERROR] You need to be an operator in #33012013 to do that.
  239. [2013-01-07 00:35:28] <Lesmo> ... it works only on Windows 8 (invoke-restmethod doesn't exists on windows 7)
  240. [2013-01-07 00:35:35] <Cooper_> Damn.
  241. [2013-01-07 00:35:39] <iIIustrious> brb
  242. [2013-01-07 00:35:41] <Cuboid3301> Shit, I got rid of it -_-
  243. [2013-01-07 00:35:52] <Cuboid3301> Hold on, let me do it again
  244. [2013-01-07 00:36:08] <Lurker69> Cuboid3301: you are not in other channel
  245. [2013-01-07 00:36:14] <Cooper_> I'm on 7.
  246. [2013-01-07 00:36:31] <Cuboid3301> Yeah, I was having some problems so I reconnected to the IRC
  247. [2013-01-07 00:36:44] <Lurker69> so do we have jog or not?
  248. [2013-01-07 00:36:55] <Lurker69> and where are those 999 numbers vcoming from?
  249. [2013-01-07 00:36:58] <CheeseFingers> i'm going to call it a night guys, need to be up early tomorrow
  250. [2013-01-07 00:36:58] <Cooper_> Is there any equivalent command in 7?
  251. [2013-01-07 00:37:02] <CheeseFingers> cya and have fun :)
  252. [2013-01-07 00:37:15] |<-- CheeseFingers has left freenode (Quit: Leaving)
  253. [2013-01-07 00:37:31] <Lesmo> I guess not. You can write some jedi shit to get the same functionality.
  254. [2013-01-07 00:37:48] =-= Mode #33012013 +o Cuboid3301 by ChanServ
  255. [2013-01-07 00:37:51] <Cooper_> I don't really know my way around the powershell that much...
  256. [2013-01-07 00:37:53] <Cuboid3301> There we go
  257. [2013-01-07 00:38:08] <Cooper_> How about you run it and dump it then?
  258. [2013-01-07 00:38:20] <Lesmo> ... but here's latest update from tweets glued together: http://pastebin.com/kTauqA97
  259. [2013-01-07 00:38:42] <Lurker69> Cuboid3301: you cant outoop yourself on #3301hackers , i am not owner of it
  260. [2013-01-07 00:39:13] <Cuboid3301> I wasn't autooping into the other, Just this one
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  262. [2013-01-07 00:39:54] <Cuboid3301> I found out why I wasn't able to re-op myself in this IRC
  263. [2013-01-07 00:40:03] <Cuboid3301> I forgot to identify myself
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  265. [2013-01-07 00:43:50] <rb9269> has anyone worked out anything about the riddle, the shedding our own curcumfrence one?
  266. [2013-01-07 00:44:28] <leakhmskill> not a damn clue
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  268. [2013-01-07 00:48:32] <Lurker69> so do we have jpg from twits yet?
  269. [2013-01-07 00:48:51] <Lurker69> btw i managed to get outguess wotking in winfows
  270. [2013-01-07 00:48:59] <Lurker69> if anybody interested
  271. [2013-01-07 00:49:10] <Absencelol> i am
  272. [2013-01-07 00:49:25] <Lurker69> http://www.cygwin.com/ use this to compile it
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  274. [2013-01-07 00:49:56] <Lurker69> pretty starightforward instal put outguess in search.... ok ok ... wait and it should work
  275. [2013-01-07 00:50:11] <Cooper_> Awesome. Thanks.
  276. [2013-01-07 00:50:15] <Absencelol> okay :) thanks!
  277. [2013-01-07 00:50:37] <Cooper_> Of course someone would find this after I already get it working in linux. -_-
  278. [2013-01-07 00:50:42] <Cooper_> Still appreciated though.
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  281. [2013-01-07 00:52:44] <absolutezeroff> Oh the tweets have exceeded 464
  282. [2013-01-07 00:52:55] <absolutezeroff> eh
  283. [2013-01-07 00:53:56] <GuestUser17_> Is anyone combining them in hex editor yet?
  284. [2013-01-07 00:54:15] <Lurker69> http://prntscr.com/od8cz here is screnshot of outguess in windows and on the right you can see maps that are made and where you have to put your jpgs to outguess
  285. [2013-01-07 00:54:39] <Lurker69> on the left*
  286. [2013-01-07 00:55:56] <scrounger> and, what's in a.txt?
  287. [2013-01-07 00:56:06] <Lurker69> a.txt is output
  288. [2013-01-07 00:56:24] <scrounger> yes, i see that. is it good output?
  289. [2013-01-07 00:56:28] <scrounger> text?
  290. [2013-01-07 00:56:37] <Lurker69> a-jog i aima you use to get text out of it, a.txt is formed when you succesfully outgrees it
  291. [2013-01-07 00:57:08] <Lurker69> a.jpg image you use to get text out of it, a.txt is formed when you successfully outgress it
  292. [2013-01-07 00:58:58] <Cooper_> What if we are supposed to ignore tweets with primes as their numerical value in the header?
  293. [2013-01-07 00:59:01] <Lurker69> do you remeber firts /b/ thread, sadly it is not archieved.... does anybody hve all the images from it?
  294. [2013-01-07 00:59:17] <Lurker69> there was one image with roadsign with 666 on it
  295. [2013-01-07 00:59:36] <Lurker69> i didnt cave it i thought it was irrelevant
  296. [2013-01-07 00:59:47] <Absencelol> http://www.cicadasecurity.com/
  297. [2013-01-07 00:59:53] <Absencelol> lol
  298. [2013-01-07 00:59:54] <Lurker69> now people are saying it might be somenting
  299. [2013-01-07 01:00:11] <leakhmskill> if we win, maybe we get free security
  300. [2013-01-07 01:00:14] <leakhmskill> for a year
  301. [2013-01-07 01:00:27] <Lurker69> interesting link
  302. [2013-01-07 01:01:00] <Cuboid3301> Lurker69 I don't think I am sending private messages right on the other channel. is it /cc?
  303. [2013-01-07 01:01:39] <leakhmskill> describe the image
  304. [2013-01-07 01:01:52] <leakhmskill> the route 666 one
  305. [2013-01-07 01:02:02] <Lurker69> red desert, road and yellow road sign with 666 on it
  306. [2013-01-07 01:02:13] <leakhmskill> why do you need it?
  307. [2013-01-07 01:02:30] <Lurker69> http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3163/2827226950_33c83050cc.jpg similar to this
  308. [2013-01-07 01:03:10] <Lurker69> scrounger No, not coincidence. The hint is about a "beast", then that hint leads us to an ISO with 66601 sectors? and 666 is the beast's number?
  309. [2013-01-07 01:03:24] <Lurker69> apparently iso is 66601 sectors long
  310. [2013-01-07 01:03:53] <Lurker69> might be that that image was just luck that it mathces, it mifgt be relevant
  311. [2013-01-07 01:04:28] <immortalghost> ok back
  312. [2013-01-07 01:04:32] <immortalghost> what iv miss?
  313. [2013-01-07 01:04:37] <leakhmskill> well
  314. [2013-01-07 01:04:38] <Cuboid3301> Lurker69: I forgot how to send private messages in chat
  315. [2013-01-07 01:04:44] <leakhmskill> there is no route 666
  316. [2013-01-07 01:04:44] <Cuboid3301> What is the command?
  317. [2013-01-07 01:04:58] <leakhmskill> they have all been eliminated
  318. [2013-01-07 01:05:10] <immortalghost> oh no
  319. [2013-01-07 01:05:11] <Lurker69> Cuboid3301: do you use client
  320. [2013-01-07 01:05:22] <Cuboid3301> I am using online version
  321. [2013-01-07 01:05:24] <leakhmskill> any pictures would be shopped route 66 pictures
  322. [2013-01-07 01:05:39] <Lurker69> Cuboid3301: click on name and selest querry
  323. [2013-01-07 01:05:49] [ERROR] The command ``guerry'' is not known to the server.
  324. [2013-01-07 01:05:50] <Cuboid3301> Ok, easy enough
  325. [2013-01-07 01:06:19] <Lurker69> or use command line /query Cuboid3301
  326. [2013-01-07 01:06:37] <Cuboid3301> I sent scrounger message
  327. [2013-01-07 01:06:41] <Lurker69> or use command line /msg Cuboid3301 works in some clients
  328. [2013-01-07 01:07:08] <absolutezeroff> What are we doing now?
  329. [2013-01-07 01:07:15] <Lurker69> not sure
  330. [2013-01-07 01:07:28] <Lurker69> waiting for tweets?
  331. [2013-01-07 01:07:54] <Cuboid3301> Ok, I sent you message with the answer, I may have coded my variable wrong though
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  335. [2013-01-07 01:10:06] <cooper__> Back.
  336. [2013-01-07 01:10:15] <cooper__> decided to randomly disconnect me...
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  343. [2013-01-07 01:11:20] <Lurker69> how many tweets have we expected?
  344. [2013-01-07 01:11:25] <Lurker69> we are on http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_sum_of_all_the_multiples_of_3_or_5_below_1000 now
  345. [2013-01-07 01:11:29] <absolutezeroff> what are you sending scrounger Cuboid
  346. [2013-01-07 01:11:31] <Cuboid3301_> test
  347. [2013-01-07 01:11:38] <Lurker69> we are on 474 now
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  352. [2013-01-07 01:11:47] <cooper__> woah.
  353. [2013-01-07 01:11:48] <Cuboid3301_> Shit.... Why does it say I am still logged in
  354. [2013-01-07 01:12:00] <Lurker69> damn
  355. [2013-01-07 01:12:01] <bak|afk> do we know what to do now? with the tweets?
  356. [2013-01-07 01:12:04] <cooper__> Netsplit of some sort?
  357. [2013-01-07 01:12:04] |<-- Cuboid3301 has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  358. [2013-01-07 01:12:05] <Cuboid3301_> Hold on
  359. [2013-01-07 01:12:06] =-= bak|afk is now known as bakpak2hvy
  360. [2013-01-07 01:12:11] =-= Mode #33012013 +o Lurker69 by bakpak2hvy
  361. [2013-01-07 01:12:13] <Cuboid3301_> Oh, there we go
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  364. [2013-01-07 01:12:36] <absolutezeroff> what bakpak said
  365. [2013-01-07 01:12:38] <Lurker69> bakpak2hvy: what was the number of tweets wewere expecting, it was ne number of primes smaller than 3301 i think
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  368. [2013-01-07 01:12:50] <bakpak2hvy> 464
  369. [2013-01-07 01:13:09] <bakpak2hvy> 3301 is prime number 464
  370. [2013-01-07 01:13:10] <absolutezeroff> it's clearly exceeded that now.
  371. [2013-01-07 01:13:14] <bakpak2hvy> yea
  372. [2013-01-07 01:13:17] <bakpak2hvy> we're fucked
  373. [2013-01-07 01:13:32] <Lurker69> yeah
  374. [2013-01-07 01:13:34] <absolutezeroff> The key is all around you.
  375. [2013-01-07 01:13:46] <bakpak2hvy> patience is a virtue
  376. [2013-01-07 01:13:46] <absolutezeroff> something to do with
  377. [2013-01-07 01:13:50] <absolutezeroff> air?
  378. [2013-01-07 01:14:04] <jayded1> tweets are coming every 4 minutes now
  379. [2013-01-07 01:14:11] <bakpak2hvy> wat
  380. [2013-01-07 01:14:14] =-= Mode #33012013 +o Cuboid3301 by ChanServ
  381. [2013-01-07 01:14:16] <bakpak2hvy> when did this start
  382. [2013-01-07 01:14:18] <Cuboid3301> There we are
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  384. [2013-01-07 01:14:39] <Lurker69> absolutezeroff The key is all around you.
  385. [2013-01-07 01:14:48] <Lurker69> it is in backgroun image of tweeter
  386. [2013-01-07 01:14:56] <c4_> There was a 6 minute gap with tweets aswell
  387. [2013-01-07 01:14:58] <absolutezeroff> wait
  388. [2013-01-07 01:15:05] <absolutezeroff> at one point there is a 6 minute gap
  389. [2013-01-07 01:15:09] <Lesmo> ... say what about the twitter?
  390. [2013-01-07 01:15:15] <Cuboid3301> I need to be given +v again. I had to relog. Something happened and I couldn't speak in any of the channels
  391. [2013-01-07 01:15:15] <Lurker69> maybe twitter lag
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  393. [2013-01-07 01:15:33] <jayded1> tweets are coming every 4 minutes instead of 5 now
  394. [2013-01-07 01:15:35] <bakpak2hvy> Lurker69: maybe not
  395. [2013-01-07 01:15:56] <Cuboid3301> Ok, everything works now
  396. [2013-01-07 01:16:12] <Lesmo> Let's check that
  397. [2013-01-07 01:16:16] <bakpak2hvy> there was a 6 minute gap after the 5 interval started
  398. [2013-01-07 01:16:19] <bakpak2hvy> now its all 4's
  399. [2013-01-07 01:16:41] <Lurker69> ok then we are speeding up
  400. [2013-01-07 01:16:48] <bakpak2hvy> shit
  401. [2013-01-07 01:16:55] <bakpak2hvy> are we missing something?
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  403. [2013-01-07 01:17:02] <bakpak2hvy> did we not follow the instructions carefully?
  404. [2013-01-07 01:17:10] <bakpak2hvy> what else could this number mean?
  405. [2013-01-07 01:17:19] <bakpak2hvy> 1231507051321
  406. [2013-01-07 01:17:19] <Lesmo> uhm... I guess you're right
  407. [2013-01-07 01:17:21] <absolutezeroff> https://twimg0-a.akamaihd.net/images/themes/theme14/bg.gif
  408. [2013-01-07 01:17:24] <absolutezeroff> this is the background image
  409. [2013-01-07 01:17:29] <absolutezeroff> it seems to be a default twitter one
  410. [2013-01-07 01:17:56] <Lesmo> Mon Jan 07 00:16:02 +0000 2013
  411. [2013-01-07 01:18:10] <Lesmo> (Twitter post times)
  412. [2013-01-07 01:18:51] <absolutezeroff> what if the key is 'beautiful'
  413. [2013-01-07 01:18:54] <absolutezeroff> beautiful prime
  414. [2013-01-07 01:19:05] <absolutezeroff> but i don't know how that'd correspond with anything
  415. [2013-01-07 01:19:08] <Cuboid3301> Well primes ARE beautiful haha
  416. [2013-01-07 01:19:23] <Lesmo> Mon Jan 07 00:16:02 +0000 2013
  417. [2013-01-07 01:19:29] <Lurker69> anybody that missed it you can use http://www.impulseadventure.com/photo/fix-corrupt-jpeg-photo.html http://www.impulseadventure.com/photo/jpeg-snoop.html
  418. [2013-01-07 01:19:46] <absolutezeroff> wait wasn't 1231507051321 a 'beautiful' prime or something like that
  419. [2013-01-07 01:19:50] <jayded1> what if the key is 7. It has popped up alot
  420. [2013-01-07 01:19:51] <Lurker69> to iopen corrupted jpg but it is not working yet with our jpg
  421. [2013-01-07 01:19:56] <Lesmo> After 23:56 they started to speed up
  422. [2013-01-07 01:20:25] <absolutezeroff> can you put outguess things in a .gif
  423. [2013-01-07 01:20:37] <bakpak2hvy> http://pastebin.com/pr2EvTMp
  424. [2013-01-07 01:20:43] <bakpak2hvy> this is data from bg.gif
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  426. [2013-01-07 01:20:57] <immortalghost> verely he said
  427. [2013-01-07 01:21:00] <immortalghost> i am returned
  428. [2013-01-07 01:21:04] <Lesmo> wow
  429. [2013-01-07 01:21:10] <immortalghost> and doth they paised
  430. [2013-01-07 01:21:13] <immortalghost> and danced and sang
  431. [2013-01-07 01:21:19] <immortalghost> for his returneth
  432. [2013-01-07 01:21:44] <immortalghost> did i miss anything important?
  433. [2013-01-07 01:21:57] <fasd> oh wow "let that which does not matter truly slide"
  434. [2013-01-07 01:22:19] <bakpak2hvy> thats a good fucking quote
  435. [2013-01-07 01:22:22] <bakpak2hvy> <3 fight club
  436. [2013-01-07 01:22:31] <bakpak2hvy> i sign all my docs like that
  437. [2013-01-07 01:22:34] <immortalghost> OOOOHOOH SHIT
  438. [2013-01-07 01:22:45] <immortalghost> i finally gwet hte penuin
  439. [2013-01-07 01:22:56] <immortalghost> wow....
  440. [2013-01-07 01:22:59] <immortalghost> i feel stupid
  441. [2013-01-07 01:23:00] <lulzorz> immortalghost: we almost have the tweets solved in #3301hackers
  442. [2013-01-07 01:23:08] <immortalghost> oh shit really?
  443. [2013-01-07 01:23:26] <lulzorz> thanks to cheesefingers or whoever
  444. [2013-01-07 01:23:27] <absolutezeroff> i'll check hexdump of the profile pic
  445. [2013-01-07 01:23:49] <immortalghost> so what was it?
  446. [2013-01-07 01:24:53] <bakpak2hvy> immortalghost: 3301
  447. [2013-01-07 01:25:24] <lulzorz> immortalghost: it's jpg with weird headers
  448. [2013-01-07 01:25:44] <absolutezeroff> eh why is it that i can't send to channel in #3301hackers
  449. [2013-01-07 01:26:06] <absolutezeroff> pretty please can someone voice me
  450. [2013-01-07 01:26:17] <bakpak2hvy> absolutezeroff: if you solve the fucking puzzle
  451. [2013-01-07 01:26:30] <Lesmo> hahahaha lol just don't get mad people
  452. [2013-01-07 01:26:38] <Lesmo> ... solve the puzzle, or google it
  453. [2013-01-07 01:26:58] <absolutezeroff> So these things are part of the hex values of a .jpg?
  454. [2013-01-07 01:26:59] <bakpak2hvy> proud to say i googled it
  455. [2013-01-07 01:27:01] <bakpak2hvy> and got it wrong
  456. [2013-01-07 01:27:05] <bakpak2hvy> but i got +v
  457. [2013-01-07 01:27:11] <Lesmo> lol
  458. [2013-01-07 01:27:15] <Cuboid3301> Solved it using my TI 84 Plus :D
  459. [2013-01-07 01:27:34] <Lesmo> Well, yes. They're parts of an image.
  460. [2013-01-07 01:27:37] <bakpak2hvy> they give us TI 83's at school
  461. [2013-01-07 01:27:40] <bakpak2hvy> theyre nice
  462. [2013-01-07 01:27:41] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory
  463. [2013-01-07 01:27:51] <Lurker69> use it if you fing anything new
  464. [2013-01-07 01:28:01] <Lurker69> and post link to all new people asking ehat is new
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  467. [2013-01-07 01:29:44] <absolutezeroff> so are we waiting out
  468. [2013-01-07 01:29:52] <Cuboid3301> Yeah, I love programing on my TI 84
  469. [2013-01-07 01:32:00] <lulzorz> http://i.imgur.com/drTJN.png <-- original image headers (398 bytes) spliced into twitter data
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  471. [2013-01-07 01:32:30] <lulzorz> https://pastee.org/2maet <-- twitter.jpg, b64
  472. [2013-01-07 01:33:37] <lulzorz> I'm not sure these are even the right dimensions or anything
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  474. [2013-01-07 01:33:49] <lulzorz> but the jpeg lib can parse it, so I'm certain we're on the right track
  475. [2013-01-07 01:33:50] <absolutezeroff> Patience is a virtue
  476. [2013-01-07 01:34:06] <absolutezeroff> we're definitely on the right track yeah
  477. [2013-01-07 01:34:17] <bakpak2hvy> <3 you guys
  478. [2013-01-07 01:34:54] <guest_____> Hey guys
  479. [2013-01-07 01:34:56] <bakpak2hvy> brb dinner
  480. [2013-01-07 01:35:00] <guest_____> Come up with any new ideas?
  481. [2013-01-07 01:37:07] <absolutezeroff> maybe something comes from the data files in the iso
  482. [2013-01-07 01:37:14] <absolutezeroff> those could be part of the image
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  484. [2013-01-07 01:39:04] <lulzorz> nose goes for running photorec against the data files
  485. [2013-01-07 01:40:56] <Lurker69> lulzorz: where is your last version of jpg
  486. [2013-01-07 01:41:01] <Lurker69> i can try again
  487. [2013-01-07 01:42:56] <fasd> that last link that lulzorz put in hackers really reminds me of a packet
  488. [2013-01-07 01:43:56] <lulzorz> Lurker69: I'm posting most recent ones in #3301hackers
  489. [2013-01-07 01:44:30] <lulzorz> also, I can't put the jpgs on imgur
  490. [2013-01-07 01:44:32] <lulzorz> it crashes
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  492. [2013-01-07 01:45:40] <absolutezeroff> studying the thing
  493. [2013-01-07 01:45:44] <lulzorz> https://pastee.org/qxsj8 < 483 tweets' worth of data with hacked headers
  494. [2013-01-07 01:47:22] <absolutezeroff> Maybe the dimensions are smaller?
  495. [2013-01-07 01:52:08] <fasd> 13 by 17
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  497. [2013-01-07 01:52:40] <bakpak2hvy> its still on 4 min. intervals
  498. [2013-01-07 01:52:48] <bakpak2hvy> woops
  499. [2013-01-07 01:52:50] <bakpak2hvy> wrong chan
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  504. [2013-01-07 01:57:15] <Kenodox> hey, I'm back
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  506. [2013-01-07 01:57:44] <bakpak2hvy> hey
  507. [2013-01-07 01:58:09] <Lurker69> lulzorz: what did you use to gethttp://i.imgur.com/drTJN.png <-- original image headers (398 bytes) spliced into twitter dat
  508. [2013-01-07 01:58:15] <Lurker69> lulzorz: what did you use to get http://i.imgur.com/drTJN.png <-- original image headers (398 bytes) spliced into twitter dat
  509. [2013-01-07 01:58:39] <Lurker69> mine http://www.impulseadventure.com/photo/fix-corrupt-jpeg-photo.html is only giving me errors
  510. [2013-01-07 01:58:53] <lulzorz> Lurker69: well, it was the original image headers (398 bytes) spliced into the twitter data
  511. [2013-01-07 01:59:22] <immortalghost> did you choose the dimensions or did the image?
  512. [2013-01-07 01:59:33] <Lurker69> i get NO SOI marker error, no idea what SOI is
  513. [2013-01-07 01:59:36] <lulzorz> immortalghost: they came from the original headers
  514. [2013-01-07 01:59:41] <immortalghost> ok then
  515. [2013-01-07 02:00:09] <lulzorz> Lurker69: http://netghost.narod.ru/gff/graphics/summary/jfif.htm#JFIF-DMYID.3
  516. [2013-01-07 02:00:31] <Lurker69> original headers being http://i.imgur.com/BhjYK.jpg '
  517. [2013-01-07 02:00:37] <Lurker69> ?
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  519. [2013-01-07 02:01:08] <lulzorz> Lurker69: yeah, except I got them from the original /x/ post
  520. [2013-01-07 02:01:20] <lulzorz> don't think imgur would fuck with them, but...
  521. [2013-01-07 02:01:42] <Lurker69> yes i see i tried to change that "Start of Image Marker" but jpegsnoops freezes
  522. [2013-01-07 02:02:05] <Lurker69> lulzorz: imgur fucks it up yes
  523. [2013-01-07 02:03:01] <lulzorz> Lurker69: I hexedited it into the original data, but it still choked later on
  524. [2013-01-07 02:03:11] <lulzorz> it only has half the Identifier
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  526. [2013-01-07 02:03:25] <Lurker69> patience then
  527. [2013-01-07 02:03:57] <Lurker69> or is anybody want you can investigate corrupted jpg recovery software further
  528. [2013-01-07 02:06:18] <immortalghost> patience...
  529. [2013-01-07 02:06:18] <immortalghost> sigh
  530. [2013-01-07 02:08:17] <lulzorz> how everyone can help right now: figure out how to turn the clusterfuck that is https://pastee.org/zzfd5 into a meaningful jpg header
  531. [2013-01-07 02:08:58] <Lurker69> anyway to clearify
  532. [2013-01-07 02:09:11] <Lurker69> imgur is stripping exif out of images you post
  533. [2013-01-07 02:09:22] <immortalghost> so how does one do that
  534. [2013-01-07 02:09:46] <Lurker69> also if you look at the file from imgur and original they look tottal different
  535. [2013-01-07 02:09:53] <Lurker69> but...
  536. [2013-01-07 02:10:03] <Lurker69> outguess in it stays the same
  537. [2013-01-07 02:10:04] <Lurker69> outguess in it stays the same
  538. [2013-01-07 02:10:06] <Lurker69> ˇˇ
  539. [2013-01-07 02:10:20] <lulzorz> immortalghost: study the file format...http://netghost.narod.ru/gff/graphics/summary/jfif.htm
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  541. [2013-01-07 02:11:15] <Lurker69> also if you will be ever posting illegal shit on imgur, imgur strips the exif but they keep it on server, so police and courts can get exiff from them if they want
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  543. [2013-01-07 02:12:30] <primius> that's totally not OK
  544. [2013-01-07 02:12:38] <primius> I mean, that's the least OK thing I've heard this year
  545. [2013-01-07 02:12:56] <bakpak2hvy> primius: its only been like 10 days
  546. [2013-01-07 02:13:01] <bakpak2hvy> not even
  547. [2013-01-07 02:13:14] <Lurker69> i have read about it somwere i forgot where but that info stayed in my mind for ome reason
  548. [2013-01-07 02:14:16] <Lurker69> so if you post your pot garden on internet be sure to resave image few times in png and clear it of the exiff
  549. [2013-01-07 02:14:38] <immortalghost> i usually take a screenshot of the origional
  550. [2013-01-07 02:16:01] <bakpak2hvy> screenshots of images of pot gardens
  551. [2013-01-07 02:16:06] <Lurker69> good enough for now
  552. [2013-01-07 02:16:09] <bakpak2hvy> nice to see we're being productive
  553. [2013-01-07 02:16:32] <Lurker69> also i have no idea how outguess do its magic http://www.outguess.org/info.php#embedding
  554. [2013-01-07 02:18:35] <immortalghost> @bakpak2hvy i seem to remember you guys talking about niggers before
  555. [2013-01-07 02:18:50] <bakpak2hvy> lol
  556. [2013-01-07 02:18:54] <bakpak2hvy> sounds about right
  557. [2013-01-07 02:19:04] <immortalghost> so lets not say who's productive
  558. [2013-01-07 02:19:09] <immortalghost> and who;s not
  559. [2013-01-07 02:19:20] <primius> niggers are productive, but only for manual labor
  560. [2013-01-07 02:19:39] <bakpak2hvy> NAACP = niggers are always cotton pickin'
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  562. [2013-01-07 02:20:35] <bakpak2hvy> well shit
  563. [2013-01-07 02:20:36] <immortalghost> we've come full circle
  564. [2013-01-07 02:20:41] <immortalghost> oh shit
  565. [2013-01-07 02:20:45] <bakpak2hvy> at least we have god on our side
  566. [2013-01-07 02:20:54] <immortalghost> he better have answer
  567. [2013-01-07 02:20:55] <immortalghost> s
  568. [2013-01-07 02:20:57] <bakpak2hvy> primius: smells like andrew
  569. [2013-01-07 02:20:59] <God> hello
  570. [2013-01-07 02:21:10] <immortalghost> so god how do we proceed
  571. [2013-01-07 02:21:15] <bakpak2hvy> WHO ARE YOU AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONT WITH ALLAH
  572. [2013-01-07 02:21:23] =-= bakpak2hvy is now known as allah
  573. [2013-01-07 02:21:28] <allah> damn
  574. [2013-01-07 02:21:32] <allah> its registered
  575. [2013-01-07 02:21:32] <immortalghost> oh here we go
  576. [2013-01-07 02:21:35] =-= allah is now known as bakpak2hvy
  577. [2013-01-07 02:21:38] <Cuboid3301> Haha, fail
  578. [2013-01-07 02:21:41] =-= bakpak2hvy is now known as BlackJesus
  579. [2013-01-07 02:21:46] <immortalghost> hahahha
  580. [2013-01-07 02:21:49] =-= pr0 is now known as Satan
  581. [2013-01-07 02:22:00] <BlackJesus> lol
  582. [2013-01-07 02:22:01] <God> Welcome to the troller coster
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  584. [2013-01-07 02:22:06] <immortalghost> GOD DAMN IT GUYS WE NEED TO SOLVE SOME SHIT
  585. [2013-01-07 02:22:14] <Satan> Welcome God
  586. [2013-01-07 02:22:15] <BlackJesus> ^
  587. [2013-01-07 02:22:19] =-= Satan is now known as Guest3181
  588. [2013-01-07 02:22:20] <immortalghost> STOP CAUSE RELGIONS WARS
  589. [2013-01-07 02:22:26] <God> LOL
  590. [2013-01-07 02:22:28] <BlackJesus> not religion
  591. [2013-01-07 02:22:30] <primius> if someone wants to stop trolling and help, go post this shit to some coding subreddits
  592. [2013-01-07 02:22:33] <BlackJesus> just black jesus
  593. [2013-01-07 02:22:42] <BlackJesus> primius: thats not me
  594. [2013-01-07 02:22:45] <BlackJesus> im just the secretary
  595. [2013-01-07 02:22:51] <primius> as I've said, that's where the best people came from last year
  596. [2013-01-07 02:22:53] <immortalghost> no youre black jesus
  597. [2013-01-07 02:23:00] <God> So what happens in the we meets this guy or not?
  598. [2013-01-07 02:24:22] <Guest3181> You should know God
  599. [2013-01-07 02:25:00] <immortalghost> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xo1L_8h4Va0
  600. [2013-01-07 02:25:04] <immortalghost> its boogy time
  601. [2013-01-07 02:25:38] <God> I met him yesterday
  602. [2013-01-07 02:26:06] <immortalghost> tell him to cut the shit and post the rest of the twitter
  603. [2013-01-07 02:27:13] <God> He can't his wife is pregnant with cicada
  604. [2013-01-07 02:27:33] <Guest3181> this guy
  605. [2013-01-07 02:27:55] <God> This pie
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  607. [2013-01-07 02:28:32] <Guest3181> pi
  608. [2013-01-07 02:28:34] <sr01> hello
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  612. [2013-01-07 02:31:03] <God> The guy is too hard to find he is too smart
  613. [2013-01-07 02:31:12] <sr01> looks like it wasnt 464
  614. [2013-01-07 02:31:21] <sr01> what guy
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  617. [2013-01-07 02:35:27] <BlackJesus> damn
  618. [2013-01-07 02:36:04] <Lurker69> no it wasnt 464
  619. [2013-01-07 02:36:16] <Lurker69> i put some things aabout it on wiki
  620. [2013-01-07 02:38:28] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory
  621. [2013-01-07 02:38:52] <Lurker69> i need to sign up in wiki, that captcha is a$$
  622. [2013-01-07 02:39:04] <Kenodox> i have been scrolling through the wiki and about 5 other related links and I think I am having an epiphany
  623. [2013-01-07 02:39:33] <fasd> do tell
  624. [2013-01-07 02:40:03] <Kenodox> the message: "@1231507051321 The key is all around you. Good luck. 3301" led us to the twitter, and we need a key to crack the hexadecimal, right?
  625. [2013-01-07 02:40:17] <Kenodox> the riddle says that "the key is all around you"
  626. [2013-01-07 02:40:37] <Kenodox> and quite literally, the music playing during the image boot is all around you!
  627. [2013-01-07 02:40:55] <Kenodox> the wiki says the song was in "g", so maybe the key is g
  628. [2013-01-07 02:41:02] <lulzorz> Kenodox: the twitter isn't encoded, it's just fucked up jpeg
  629. [2013-01-07 02:41:04] <lulzorz> >music played during image boot
  630. [2013-01-07 02:41:05] <lulzorz> lolwat
  631. [2013-01-07 02:41:17] <Absence_> ^
  632. [2013-01-07 02:41:57] <Kenodox> wait no the music was from another file
  633. [2013-01-07 02:41:58] <BlackJesus> do you even cicada?
  634. [2013-01-07 02:41:58] <Kenodox> I got mixed up sorry
  635. [2013-01-07 02:42:04] <Absence_> So what does it mean all round you? Physically or virtually?
  636. [2013-01-07 02:42:18] <BlackJesus> both?
  637. [2013-01-07 02:42:25] <Guest3181> shed our circumferences
  638. [2013-01-07 02:42:26] <BlackJesus> is that possible?
  639. [2013-01-07 02:42:38] <BlackJesus> like a circumscision or something?
  640. [2013-01-07 02:42:48] <Absence_> lol.
  641. [2013-01-07 02:42:49] <fasd> I just put one of the tweets into a packet hexdump decoder and the address said "How"
  642. [2013-01-07 02:42:55] <Guest3181> we are going in circles
  643. [2013-01-07 02:43:01] <BlackJesus> fasd: wat
  644. [2013-01-07 02:43:01] <Guest3181> circumference as in circles
  645. [2013-01-07 02:43:06] <BlackJesus> this might be something
  646. [2013-01-07 02:43:30] <BlackJesus> fasd: what hexdump thing are you using?
  647. [2013-01-07 02:44:16] <Absence_> did anyone markdown the 464th tweet? Want to see what happens when you decode that one.
  648. [2013-01-07 02:44:21] <fasd> http://sadjad.me/phd/
  649. [2013-01-07 02:44:26] <Guest3181> any theories on the divinity within?
  650. [2013-01-07 02:44:49] <Kenodox> yes, the divinity within means the divine ratio, or the golden ratio
  651. [2013-01-07 02:44:55] <fasd> im just throwing shit in there and looking at what pops out
  652. [2013-01-07 02:45:03] <Kenodox> or at least that was the general consensus last night
  653. [2013-01-07 02:45:21] <c4_> Which tweet did you put into it?
  654. [2013-01-07 02:46:24] <fasd> cant remember sorry
  655. [2013-01-07 02:46:36] <BlackJesus> pick a random one and do it again
  656. [2013-01-07 02:46:37] <c4_> No worries
  657. [2013-01-07 02:46:41] <BlackJesus> i cant use this thing to save my life
  658. [2013-01-07 02:46:51] <Absence_> i'm doing a lot of them
  659. [2013-01-07 02:46:57] <Absence_> wait
  660. [2013-01-07 02:47:00] <Absence_> isnt there a paste of
  661. [2013-01-07 02:47:03] <Guest3181> find the divine ratio within the tweets lol
  662. [2013-01-07 02:47:04] <Absence_> all the hex codes?
  663. [2013-01-07 02:48:20] <lulzorz> https://pastee.org/w9gnc <-- that's all of them in b64
  664. [2013-01-07 02:48:20] <Kenodox> do the very first tweet
  665. [2013-01-07 02:48:32] <lulzorz> you can decode that and hexdump it if you want
  666. [2013-01-07 02:48:37] =-= BlackJesus is now known as bak|afk
  667. [2013-01-07 02:48:38] <fasd> i found that if i decode the tweet from ASCII to hex then but it in the packet decoder thing i normaly get some weird stuff
  668. [2013-01-07 02:48:41] <Cooper_> Fuck. Can't even focus on work stuff. I need a nap.
  669. [2013-01-07 02:48:54] <Cooper_> Be back later.
  670. [2013-01-07 02:50:27] <c4_> see ya coop
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  672. [2013-01-07 02:55:41] <fasd> does FlexusCo_ or 802.3 mean anything to anyone?
  673. [2013-01-07 02:56:34] <Kenodox> fasd http://www.flexus.com/main/
  674. [2013-01-07 02:57:00] <Kenodox> http://parsa.epfl.ch/simflex/flexus.html
  675. [2013-01-07 02:57:07] <Kenodox> it is also a mattress company
  676. [2013-01-07 02:57:37] <Lesmo> Ok, mates. Been on this all the freakin' day. Guess we're al just going random.
  677. [2013-01-07 02:57:48] <fasd> why in the hell did i get that?
  678. [2013-01-07 02:58:07] <Lesmo> ... what's with the flexus thing?
  679. [2013-01-07 02:58:36] <Kenodox> and also, IEEE 802.3 is ethernet, which is an internet protocol
  680. [2013-01-07 02:58:41] <fasd> I took the tweet "b6adc7315efff8ee8b1f4d9770c59cebb231f33a246d1afaa9f77aa0342c375f746c42c9796c45d3c3455e4983c0596d9125839ee82c02a6694c8de9b0e1840130" and decoded it from ASCII to hex
  681. [2013-01-07 02:59:09] <Lesmo> ... what??
  682. [2013-01-07 02:59:16] <Lesmo> You mean the other way around?
  683. [2013-01-07 03:00:00] <fasd> took that hex "00 06 93 08 08 01 04 2a 3b e7 21 f6 01 09 4d 56 77 ea 2a 44 2d 03 7f 77 54 cf 52 02 26 08 09 00 02" and put it in here http://sadjad.me/phd/
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  685. [2013-01-07 03:00:20] <fasd> and that flexusCo thing came up
  686. [2013-01-07 03:00:53] <fasd> ive been doing that to a lot of these tweets and weird shit keeps poping up
  687. [2013-01-07 03:01:06] <Absence_> woooooti think i got another major theory
  688. [2013-01-07 03:01:09] <Absence_> should i speak in riddlers?
  689. [2013-01-07 03:01:36] <Kenodox> absence_: yes
  690. [2013-01-07 03:02:09] <Lesmo> uhm... I guess that is... wrong
  691. [2013-01-07 03:02:13] <Lesmo> ... or just?
  692. [2013-01-07 03:02:17] <Lesmo> I dunno, gotta go
  693. [2013-01-07 03:02:34] <fasd> did the same thing again and found this "Alphacel"
  694. [2013-01-07 03:02:40] <Kenodox> fasd, i put it through as well, and the EEEI 802.3 part means that it was using ethernet protocols, and the FlexusCo_ part meant that FlexusCo is one of the website hosts it tracked the hex to
  695. [2013-01-07 03:03:35] <fasd> does it make sense to you or am I a raving loon?
  696. [2013-01-07 03:03:48] <sr01> alphacel?
  697. [2013-01-07 03:05:56] <fasd> it's a fiber cooperation...
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  699. [2013-01-07 03:07:11] <Kenodox> there are many companies named flexus, not just the first thing on google
  700. [2013-01-07 03:07:23] <Kenodox> there is one that makes fishing rods, and another that makes mattresses
  701. [2013-01-07 03:09:07] <fasd> could it be that they are pinging all these random places so that we find the origin?
  702. [2013-01-07 03:10:50] <fasd> found another place called LogicanT_
  703. [2013-01-07 03:11:21] <Absence_> where are people posting on reddit? im lost; i keep hearing about it
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  708. [2013-01-07 03:19:47] <Lurker69> stanb by for the exact link
  709. [2013-01-07 03:19:53] <Lurker69> http://pastebin.com/Xs15TLBj
  710. [2013-01-07 03:19:57] <Lurker69> wrong
  711. [2013-01-07 03:20:13] <Lurker69> so is here anyboddy who is regular on reddit?
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  713. [2013-01-07 03:20:22] <bak|afk> Lurker69: me
  714. [2013-01-07 03:20:39] <Lurker69> who will post recruitment threads on reddit?
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  716. [2013-01-07 03:20:48] <bak|afk> i can give it a shot
  717. [2013-01-07 03:21:08] <Lurker69> http://pastebin.com/bV38i6mK here i prepared all the text
  718. [2013-01-07 03:21:19] <Lurker69> use what you think you need
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  720. [2013-01-07 03:21:43] <Lurker69> also not sure how that [b] [/{] will work on reddit
  721. [2013-01-07 03:21:52] <c4_> Sorry if this is irrelevant or has been discussed but on https://pastee.org/w9gnc (all the tweets) look at tweets 13, 14, and 15. Notice how similar they are. None of the others seem to share the anything close ot the similarities they do...
  722. [2013-01-07 03:22:08] <Lurker69> but you have all thelinks images and tekst you could need in pastebin
  723. [2013-01-07 03:22:29] <bak|afk> cani just copypasta it? i skimmed it and it all looks important to me
  724. [2013-01-07 03:22:33] <Lurker69> c4_: ?
  725. [2013-01-07 03:22:36] <bak|afk> you got all the vital info
  726. [2013-01-07 03:22:46] <Lurker69> bak|afk: yes copypata
  727. [2013-01-07 03:23:03] <Lurker69> but make it so it will look ok on reddit
  728. [2013-01-07 03:23:12] <Lurker69> this was formmated for unifiction
  729. [2013-01-07 03:23:42] <c4_> How do you mean?
  730. [2013-01-07 03:24:40] <Lurker69> c4 this lines arent every line from different tweet i think
  731. [2013-01-07 03:25:19] <c4_> So it's just the start?
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  733. [2013-01-07 03:25:26] <Lurker69> also lulzorz was posting some headers he found in othery jpgs ointhere
  734. [2013-01-07 03:25:31] <_antelope_> Have we discussed the importance of the tweets increasing to four minute increments?
  735. [2013-01-07 03:25:31] <c4_> Even so, can you see the similarities, or am I losing it?
  736. [2013-01-07 03:25:46] <Lurker69> yes lines are almost the same
  737. [2013-01-07 03:25:48] <immortalghost> my theory n the increase
  738. [2013-01-07 03:26:02] <immortalghost> is that itll keep increasing so we get them all sooner
  739. [2013-01-07 03:26:24] <immortalghost> the 5 mins was just to psych out the weeker people
  740. [2013-01-07 03:26:25] <c4_> That important?
  741. [2013-01-07 03:26:30] <immortalghost> and get them to leave
  742. [2013-01-07 03:26:39] <c4_> As I can't see it anywhere else in the tweets and hadn't seen it discussed
  743. [2013-01-07 03:26:55] <Absence_> To a prior discussion; we've came up with the theory that all images have a possibility of linking together. Soon they will diminish in difference, but as of yet no one can confirm this.
  744. [2013-01-07 03:27:51] <Lurker69> c4_: also
  745. [2013-01-07 03:27:55] <immortalghost> does anyone have an updated file of the tweets
  746. [2013-01-07 03:27:57] <Lurker69> i can find Cooper_ 10x12AQaq0x13"20x080x14B?!±Á #3R?0x15brN $4á%n0x180x190x1a&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXY Zcdefghijstuvwxyz?ƒ????ˆ????????˜??cL¤Y¦§¨©a23´µ¶·¸1oÂAÄAAÇEÉEOÓÔ
  747. [2013-01-07 03:28:09] <Lurker69> i cant find that line inthere #
  748. [2013-01-07 03:28:37] <Lurker69> not really sure who and how compiled it
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  750. [2013-01-07 03:29:41] <Absence_> Nobody can tell when the twitter will make a change again; but we'll be watching.
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  752. [2013-01-07 03:29:58] <Absence_> if anyone has theories, join the subgroupRibblers seen in the topic.
  753. [2013-01-07 03:31:10] <_antelope_> Do we have a count on how many tweets were put out before it changed?
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  756. [2013-01-07 03:32:56] <Absence_> No, but it occured at 7:56 (using 1 six minute interval going from 7:50 then to 7:56 probably to keep an orderly schedule).
  757. [2013-01-07 03:33:01] <_antelope_> Anyway, with the amount of tweets we can rule out the possibility that they all carry some coded message
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  759. [2013-01-07 03:34:34] <sr01> what if
  760. [2013-01-07 03:34:43] <sr01> they still transfer the jpg
  761. [2013-01-07 03:34:51] <sr01> only now its sped up
  762. [2013-01-07 03:35:00] <Absence_> Thats what we figured.
  763. [2013-01-07 03:35:07] <sr01> oh
  764. [2013-01-07 03:35:18] <_antelope_> the first tweet was at 12:45
  765. [2013-01-07 03:35:20] <bak|afk> Lurker69: is it cool if i credit you in the reddit posts?
  766. [2013-01-07 03:35:54] <Absence_> Me?
  767. [2013-01-07 03:36:02] <Absence_> oh lurker
  768. [2013-01-07 03:36:05] <Absence_> didnt see the name loll
  769. [2013-01-07 03:36:06] <bak|afk> whoever wrote the pastebin
  770. [2013-01-07 03:36:28] <Absence_> eh, it can probably be changed.
  771. [2013-01-07 03:38:21] <_antelope_> maybe we should just wait on the twitter account. . .
  772. [2013-01-07 03:38:32] <bak|afk> to do what?
  773. [2013-01-07 03:38:40] <bak|afk> its past when we thought it would stop
  774. [2013-01-07 03:38:51] <_antelope_> well if its getting faster,
  775. [2013-01-07 03:39:02] <_antelope_> something will eventually happen
  776. [2013-01-07 03:39:36] <fasd> again, there is no way they would expect us to just sit on our hands and do nothing
  777. [2013-01-07 03:40:30] <Absence_> If it goes faster then nothing changed but the process speed, unless it has a drastic change from 4 minutes to 10 seconds, we have nothing to worry about. More minds can't hurt; lets just hope they aren't dumb.
  778. [2013-01-07 03:41:10] <_antelope_> I don't know
  779. [2013-01-07 03:41:36] <_antelope_> maybe waiting on the twitter would leave only the dedicated people at the end
  780. [2013-01-07 03:42:26] <_antelope_> at which point the account would release some vital piece of information
  781. [2013-01-07 03:42:53] <_antelope_> don't mind me, just thinking out loud
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  783. [2013-01-07 03:43:09] <sr01> could be
  784. [2013-01-07 03:43:19] <Dafodilianv> Evening gents
  785. [2013-01-07 03:43:29] <Dafodilianv> Any updates?
  786. [2013-01-07 03:43:45] <Absence_> Were you here for the twitter jpeg theory?
  787. [2013-01-07 03:43:58] <Dafodilianv> Uh no I left this morning
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  789. [2013-01-07 03:44:06] <Lurker69> Cooper_: lulzorz
  790. [2013-01-07 03:44:07] <Dafodilianv> jpeg?
  791. [2013-01-07 03:44:07] <leakhmskill> hello?
  792. [2013-01-07 03:44:12] <Absence_> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory
  793. [2013-01-07 03:44:16] <leakhmskill> people are here?
  794. [2013-01-07 03:44:34] <Lurker69> why are your versions of compiled tweeter.jpg so different?
  795. [2013-01-07 03:44:52] <Lurker69> http://prntscr.com/odo1m
  796. [2013-01-07 03:45:02] <Lurker69> on the left lulzorz version
  797. [2013-01-07 03:45:11] <Lurker69> on the right legit random jpg
  798. [2013-01-07 03:45:47] <Lurker69> cooper said he founfd this in file:
  799. [2013-01-07 03:45:50] <Lurker69> Cooper_ 10x12AQaq0x13"20x080x14B?!±Á #3R?0x15brN $4á%n0x180x190x1a&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXY Zcdefghijstuvwxyz?ƒ????ˆ????????˜??cL¤Y¦§¨©a23´µ¶·¸1oÂAÄAAÇEÉEOÓÔ
  800. [2013-01-07 03:46:00] <Dafodilianv> http://imgur.com/lDbXx wait so is this legit?
  801. [2013-01-07 03:46:08] <Lurker69> i dont see anything similar in lulzorz files
  802. [2013-01-07 03:46:44] <Lurker69> Dafodilianv: that is just random image from my hdd with ()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXY in hrader
  803. [2013-01-07 03:46:45] <Dafodilianv> I had a theory that the tweets might be chess moves
  804. [2013-01-07 03:47:11] <Lurker69> i donr know fow cooper got ()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXY from tweets
  805. [2013-01-07 03:47:25] <Absence_> chess moves? describe.
  806. [2013-01-07 03:47:35] <Dafodilianv> One sec, it's a tangent
  807. [2013-01-07 03:47:52] <Lurker69> on the other hand i dont understang hoe that hex ascii utf 8 conversions work at all
  808. [2013-01-07 03:47:53] <_antelope_> chess moves are at least something new to look at
  809. [2013-01-07 03:48:03] <Absence_> a straight like that touches a curve?
  810. [2013-01-07 03:48:09] <Absence_> line*
  811. [2013-01-07 03:48:18] <Dafodilianv> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnus_Carlsen
  812. [2013-01-07 03:48:46] <Dafodilianv> I don't know if it was followed up, but I mentioned earlier the four digits of 3301/ 1033 pi/phi in the tweets
  813. [2013-01-07 03:48:47] <_antelope_> tangent like offtopic, i believe
  814. [2013-01-07 03:48:53] <leakhmskill> how could it be chess moves?
  815. [2013-01-07 03:48:58] <c4_> There was a thing of wiki for 464 relating to chess
  816. [2013-01-07 03:49:04] <Dafodilianv> Chess moves are also 4 digits
  817. [2013-01-07 03:49:07] <c4_> I think it was total legal moves for a king or somthing
  818. [2013-01-07 03:49:12] <Dafodilianv> from 1-9 to a-f
  819. [2013-01-07 03:49:14] <leakhmskill> oh yeah, 464 legal moves for a king
  820. [2013-01-07 03:49:24] <Dafodilianv> No, chess movoes themselves
  821. [2013-01-07 03:49:26] <leakhmskill> I remember reading that
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  823. [2013-01-07 03:49:36] <Dafodilianv> like Kne5
  824. [2013-01-07 03:49:46] <Dafodilianv> from 1-9, e-f, and furthermore
  825. [2013-01-07 03:49:51] <Dafodilianv> examine the wiki link
  826. [2013-01-07 03:49:52] <c4_> So you think this is playing out a chess game?
  827. [2013-01-07 03:50:01] <leakhmskill> anyone good at chess?
  828. [2013-01-07 03:50:04] <Dafodilianv> dunno, it may be referencing moves or figures
  829. [2013-01-07 03:50:13] <Dafodilianv> I am somewhat knowleadgable on it
  830. [2013-01-07 03:50:15] <_antelope_> I know the move syntax
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  832. [2013-01-07 03:50:32] <Dafodilianv> But understand, I thought of this after reading a recent wiki article, one of those new trending ones
  833. [2013-01-07 03:50:36] <Dafodilianv> for magnus carlsen
  834. [2013-01-07 03:50:42] <_antelope_> but it's probably just showing up randomly in the hex
  835. [2013-01-07 03:50:45] <leakhmskill> http://www.chesslab.com/PositionSearch.html
  836. [2013-01-07 03:50:46] <Dafodilianv> and chess moves have a lot of primes/0's
  837. [2013-01-07 03:50:47] <Absence_> that would mean the twitter played out 514 moves already
  838. [2013-01-07 03:50:55] <Dafodilianv> Not necessarily
  839. [2013-01-07 03:50:58] <Absence_> you said there is only 464 moves in total.
  840. [2013-01-07 03:51:03] <Dafodilianv> no I didn't
  841. [2013-01-07 03:51:05] <Dafodilianv> wait a sec
  842. [2013-01-07 03:51:07] <Dafodilianv> look at the link
  843. [2013-01-07 03:51:25] <_antelope_> 464 were the primes from the boot sequence
  844. [2013-01-07 03:51:29] <leakhmskill> I think this will take chess format
  845. [2013-01-07 03:51:31] <Dafodilianv> On 26 April 2004, Carlsen became a Grandmaster at the age of 13 years, 148 days,
  846. [2013-01-07 03:51:33] <leakhmskill> and move the pieces
  847. [2013-01-07 03:51:59] <leakhmskill> does someone have the pastebin of the twitter posts?
  848. [2013-01-07 03:52:05] <leakhmskill> I'd like to start from #1
  849. [2013-01-07 03:52:18] <_antelope_> https://pastee.org/w9gnc
  850. [2013-01-07 03:52:29] <c4_> If this works...
  851. [2013-01-07 03:53:05] <Dafodilianv> Hold a sec, I have a lot of stuff on this page
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  853. [2013-01-07 03:54:01] <Dafodilianv> On 1 January 2010, at the age of 19 years, 32 days, he became the youngest chess player in history to be ranked world No. 1,
  854. [2013-01-07 03:54:18] <leakhmskill> chess moves doesn't make sense
  855. [2013-01-07 03:54:26] <leakhmskill> black would have to start first
  856. [2013-01-07 03:54:28] <_antelope_> Dafodilanv: keep going
  857. [2013-01-07 03:54:29] <leakhmskill> to get b6
  858. [2013-01-07 03:54:42] <leakhmskill> which starts the first twitter string
  859. [2013-01-07 03:55:02] <Dafodilianv> Chess is often in sets of four games
  860. [2013-01-07 03:55:22] <Dafodilianv> Look at the page, there's a lot of relations, possibly imagined, but I saw something Instar related ima find
  861. [2013-01-07 03:55:25] <sr01> 500 moves?
  862. [2013-01-07 03:55:29] <sr01> unlikely
  863. [2013-01-07 03:55:57] <leakhmskill> maybe each tweet is a complete game
  864. [2013-01-07 03:56:04] <_antelope_> it may not be a conventional chess game
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  866. [2013-01-07 03:56:44] <_antelope_> i doubt each tweet is a game, there would be more variation in text length
  867. [2013-01-07 03:57:02] <leakhmskill> also, the numbers go to 9
  868. [2013-01-07 03:57:11] <leakhmskill> and chess boards are 8x8
  869. [2013-01-07 03:57:15] <leakhmskill> not possible
  870. [2013-01-07 03:57:45] <leakhmskill> and there are massive strings of just numbers, no letters
  871. [2013-01-07 03:58:05] <Dafodilianv> Peer Gynt Prize - PGP, still have that instar thing to find
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  873. [2013-01-07 03:58:34] <_antelope_> ok, so there may be a move hidden inside each separate tweet
  874. [2013-01-07 03:58:57] <leakhmskill> that seems excessive, even for cicada
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  876. [2013-01-07 03:59:36] <n00b_> It looks like there are close to the same number of characters in each tweet
  877. [2013-01-07 03:59:41] <Dafodilianv> n the NH Chess Tournament held in Amsterdam in August, Carlsen participated in an "Experience" v "Rising Stars" Scheveningen team match. The "Rising Stars" won the match 22–28, instars/ rising stars correlates to the theme of emergence
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  879. [2013-01-07 03:59:52] <leakhmskill> well, tweets max at 140 characters no matter what
  880. [2013-01-07 04:00:01] <leakhmskill> so they're bound to be similar lengths
  881. [2013-01-07 04:00:28] <scrounger> So... we're talking abut chess instead of trying to solve the JPG thing? Sweet!
  882. [2013-01-07 04:00:46] <leakhmskill> we dropped the jpg thing for now
  883. [2013-01-07 04:00:55] <leakhmskill> trying to find different meanings
  884. [2013-01-07 04:01:02] <_antelope_> we needed a diversion
  885. [2013-01-07 04:01:03] <Dafodilianv> This win, the third time Carlsen had won the tournament in the past four years, increased his rating from 2848 to a new record of 2861, breaking Kasparov's 13-year record of 2851
  886. [2013-01-07 04:01:15] <Dafodilianv> By rating performance, this was one of the best results in history, with a performance rating of 2994
  887. [2013-01-07 04:01:50] <leakhmskill> by the way, to continue my theme of palindromes, cicada is made of two palindromes, cic and ada
  888. [2013-01-07 04:02:00] <_antelope_> ok. . .
  889. [2013-01-07 04:02:10] <n00b_> Sorry, I'm just joinging in. Which .jpg?
  890. [2013-01-07 04:02:12] <Dafodilianv> Hey i've been out of the loop thinkin of shit all day, I just noticed the correlation between the fact we can find relevant four-character parses in the tweets and chess is based around four-character moves and four-character dates
  891. [2013-01-07 04:02:21] <leakhmskill> I'm shooting in the dark here man
  892. [2013-01-07 04:02:27] <Dafodilianv> Also, they gravitate towards primes naturally
  893. [2013-01-07 04:02:37] <leakhmskill> yeah, palindromes and primes
  894. [2013-01-07 04:03:03] <leakhmskill> what is standard chess notation for a random move?
  895. [2013-01-07 04:03:10] <leakhmskill> well, any move
  896. [2013-01-07 04:03:26] <_antelope_> letter followed by number
  897. [2013-01-07 04:03:39] <leakhmskill> in 2 letter or 4 letter groupings?
  898. [2013-01-07 04:03:41] <_antelope_> b6
  899. [2013-01-07 04:03:50] <Dafodilianv> And on the topic of finding clues in the "raw" tweets, we haven't really any external codex to work with, right, and the fact that we found 3301, 1033, pi, and phi, each once and only once, four characters each, must be significant
  900. [2013-01-07 04:03:59] <_antelope_> usually white and black moves are grouped
  901. [2013-01-07 04:04:12] <_antelope_> e4 e5
  902. [2013-01-07 04:04:24] <Dafodilianv> examine these
  903. [2013-01-07 04:04:25] <Dafodilianv> gxf7
  904. [2013-01-07 04:04:26] <leakhmskill> but how do you know what moved to that spot?
  905. [2013-01-07 04:04:32] <Dafodilianv> It's to remove ambiguity and increase flow
  906. [2013-01-07 04:05:04] <leakhmskill> if two pieces could both go to e4, how do you know which one makes the move?
  907. [2013-01-07 04:05:05] <n00b_> The moves couldn't be referencing a specific game, could they?
  908. [2013-01-07 04:05:22] <_antelope_> We can't be sure of exactly what type of chess syntax is being used
  909. [2013-01-07 04:05:41] <scrounger> leakhmskill, that's actually really interesting. i hadn't noticed that before!
  910. [2013-01-07 04:05:48] <Dafodilianv> 18.Ng6 fxg6 19.Qxe6+ Kh8 20.hxg6 Ng8 21.Bxh6 gxh6 22.Rxh6+ Nxh6 23.Qxe7 Nf7 24.gxf7 Kg7 25.Rd3 Rd6 26.Rg3+ Rg6 27.Qe5+ Kxf7 28.Qf5+ Rf6 29.Qd7#
  911. [2013-01-07 04:05:51] <leakhmskill> http://chess.about.com/od/tipsforbeginners/qt/ReadNotation.htm
  912. [2013-01-07 04:05:57] <leakhmskill> interesting read
  913. [2013-01-07 04:05:59] <_antelope_> but if it was like gxf7, wouldn't the x be used disproportionately much?
  914. [2013-01-07 04:06:01] <n00b_> Maybe if we start at the beginning of the game, there would only be one real option for what could move there
  915. [2013-01-07 04:06:11] <leakhmskill> capital letters are the piece
  916. [2013-01-07 04:06:29] <leakhmskill> then, the lower case and number are the square
  917. [2013-01-07 04:06:50] <leakhmskill> pawns don't have capital letters
  918. [2013-01-07 04:07:08] <leakhmskill> X means capturing a piece
  919. [2013-01-07 04:07:25] <Dafodilianv> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chess_notation
  920. [2013-01-07 04:07:26] <pr0> so u guys sure this is the tweets?
  921. [2013-01-07 04:07:38] <Dafodilianv> PGN is used when working with computer chess programs.
  922. [2013-01-07 04:07:51] <n00b_> Ok, so do we just set up a chess board for a new game, then follow the notation?
  923. [2013-01-07 04:07:53] <_antelope_> pic is PGN. . .
  924. [2013-01-07 04:07:55] <leakhmskill> but
  925. [2013-01-07 04:08:08] <leakhmskill> there are no pluses or symbols to indicate checks
  926. [2013-01-07 04:08:11] <leakhmskill> or checkmates
  927. [2013-01-07 04:08:18] <n00b_> What if it isn't the entire game yet?
  928. [2013-01-07 04:08:23] <Dafodilianv> But the moves themselves do
  929. [2013-01-07 04:08:25] <Dafodilianv> If we have a board
  930. [2013-01-07 04:08:29] <_antelope_> it could just be openings. . .
  931. [2013-01-07 04:08:33] <Dafodilianv> and we know the positons
  932. [2013-01-07 04:08:35] <Dafodilianv> then we know the game
  933. [2013-01-07 04:08:59] <leakhmskill> okay, but there are long strings of numbers, then strings of letters
  934. [2013-01-07 04:09:13] <n00b_> So... anyone have a chess board? I can probably find one online
  935. [2013-01-07 04:09:22] <_antelope_> Yes, not everything is a move
  936. [2013-01-07 04:09:23] <Dafodilianv> Minimal algebraic notation (MAN) is similar to SAN but omits the indicators for capture ("x") and check ("+"). It was used by Chess Informant.
  937. [2013-01-07 04:09:31] <leakhmskill> I don't think it is chess
  938. [2013-01-07 04:09:40] <Dafodilianv> Yes, I have a chessboard, I am going to sit back, blaze a bowl, and investigate further
  939. [2013-01-07 04:09:51] <Dafodilianv> also man/ manu, which is a tournament
  940. [2013-01-07 04:09:59] <leakhmskill> we can try MAN, it seems to be the cloest, but I don't think chess had anyting to do with it
  941. [2013-01-07 04:10:04] <_antelope_> ^ this man is doing it right
  942. [2013-01-07 04:10:31] <Dafodilianv> I'm just glad I can articulate my theories in a way they're slightly plausible
  943. [2013-01-07 04:10:59] <Dafodilianv> But what was the jpg thing? 'cause I didn't get an answer on that
  944. [2013-01-07 04:11:24] <_antelope_> We are on an anonymous message board discussing an almost impossible theory
  945. [2013-01-07 04:11:35] <_antelope_> An no one gives a fuck how stupid it might sound
  946. [2013-01-07 04:11:46] <_antelope_> but we just keep going
  947. [2013-01-07 04:11:50] <Dafodilianv> Everything cicada related is implausible and nigh-impossible
  948. [2013-01-07 04:11:54] <leakhmskill> welcome to the internet
  949. [2013-01-07 04:12:19] <pr0> whatever it is its only going to be solved using coding
  950. [2013-01-07 04:12:22] <_antelope_> I love you guys
  951. [2013-01-07 04:12:24] <_antelope_> Good night
  952. [2013-01-07 04:12:28] <leakhmskill> good night
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  954. [2013-01-07 04:12:44] <n00b_> So, the Linux distro, did it just do the number screen?
  955. [2013-01-07 04:12:54] <sr01> yes
  956. [2013-01-07 04:12:59] <sr01> and left a message
  957. [2013-01-07 04:13:00] <n00b_> Did it ever boot to a GUI?
  958. [2013-01-07 04:13:05] <sr01> check the wiki in the topic
  959. [2013-01-07 04:13:07] <sr01> no
  960. [2013-01-07 04:13:14] <scrounger> http://boards.4chan.org/b/res/449173812
  961. [2013-01-07 04:13:53] <leakhmskill> get ready for shitstorm of arrivals
  962. [2013-01-07 04:13:55] <c4_> I thought we weren't doing that due to shitstorm?
  963. [2013-01-07 04:14:16] <leakhmskill> we could use some fresh minds
  964. [2013-01-07 04:14:17] <scrounger> I didn't do it. I just saw it on the front page a few minutes ago.
  965. [2013-01-07 04:14:20] <Dafodilianv> I thought we were cicada-culling the most brilliant moths?
  966. [2013-01-07 04:14:33] <scrounger> agree with leakhmskill though
  967. [2013-01-07 04:14:35] <Dafodilianv> What happened to that, I liked the idea
  968. [2013-01-07 04:14:39] <scrounger> get in there and keep this thread alive
  969. [2013-01-07 04:14:52] <c4_> 3301Hackers are doing it to gain voice
  970. [2013-01-07 04:14:56] <Dafodilianv> all the benefits with twice the work and thrice the reward
  971. [2013-01-07 04:15:12] <primius> more people is always better
  972. [2013-01-07 04:15:16] <Dafodilianv> ...
  973. [2013-01-07 04:15:27] <Dafodilianv> you changed it
  974. [2013-01-07 04:15:32] <Dafodilianv> But it's still google-teir
  975. [2013-01-07 04:15:55] <leakhmskill> i was first bump
  976. [2013-01-07 04:15:57] <leakhmskill> I feel proud
  977. [2013-01-07 04:16:03] <Dafodilianv> And besides, wasn't the idea to make a chat, scan it, and invite the smart posters to join in the LOW NOISE HIGH SIGNAL TOGETHER AS ONE DIVIDED BY ZERO sections
  978. [2013-01-07 04:16:42] <sr01> it was
  979. [2013-01-07 04:16:49] <sr01> poster kinda fucked up
  980. [2013-01-07 04:16:58] <n00b_> is 761 a prime number?
  981. [2013-01-07 04:17:08] <Dafodilianv> Smith notation is a straightforward chess notation designed to be reversible and represent any move without ambiguity. The notation encodes the from square, to square, and what piece was captured, if any. - REVERSIBLE
  982. [2013-01-07 04:17:11] <Dafodilianv> an example:
  983. [2013-01-07 04:17:19] <Dafodilianv> e2e4 e7e5
  984. [2013-01-07 04:17:29] <n00b_> It is
  985. [2013-01-07 04:17:33] <leakhmskill> 761 is a prime
  986. [2013-01-07 04:17:53] <c4_> Sounding good daf
  987. [2013-01-07 04:17:59] <n00b_> Should we be keeping an eye out for other numbers showing up on that list hen?
  988. [2013-01-07 04:18:05] <leakhmskill> who is working on the chess stuff?
  989. [2013-01-07 04:18:28] <Dafodilianv> Me
  990. [2013-01-07 04:18:33] <Dafodilianv> Should I go to riddler?
  991. [2013-01-07 04:18:34] <Dafodilianv> Portable Game Notation (PGN) is a plain text computer-processible format for recording chess games (both the moves and related data), supported by many chess programs.
  992. [2013-01-07 04:18:44] <leakhmskill> not sure
  993. [2013-01-07 04:18:45] <Dafodilianv> Initial release 1993; 19 years ago
  994. [2013-01-07 04:18:48] <Dafodilianv> ALL PRIMES
  995. [2013-01-07 04:18:54] <c4_> Nah nothing else going on here really for now
  996. [2013-01-07 04:18:58] <leakhmskill> if you need any help, I'm doing nothing
  997. [2013-01-07 04:19:02] <Absence_> Doesn't really seem logical to me.
  998. [2013-01-07 04:19:03] <c4_> May aswell do it where everyone is looking for now
  999. [2013-01-07 04:19:25] <Dafodilianv> TimeControl: "40/7200:3600" (moves per seconds: sudden death seconds)
  1000. [2013-01-07 04:19:25] <Absence_> so what EXACTLY do you think/assume the twitter is printing?
  1001. [2013-01-07 04:19:32] === pholey (~pholey@unaffiliated/pholey) has invited you to [[#otp22-private][Accept invitation to channel #otp22-private][goto-url ircs://freenode/otp22-private,needkey]].
  1002. [2013-01-07 04:19:49] <leakhmskill> it looks like a corrupted jpg
  1003. [2013-01-07 04:19:54] <leakhmskill> from the /b/ pos
  1004. [2013-01-07 04:19:56] <leakhmskill> post*
  1005. [2013-01-07 04:20:02] <leakhmskill> but we could explore the ches idea
  1006. [2013-01-07 04:20:16] <leakhmskill> although I have no idea how chess does anything for us
  1007. [2013-01-07 04:20:35] <fasd> packets from pings to random sites
  1008. [2013-01-07 04:20:40] <Dafodilianv> PGN data for archival storage is required to provide seven bracketed fields, referred to as "tags" and together known as the STR (Seven Tag Roster). I - 7 was relevant earlier, bracketed - circumferenced, which is also surrounded, which is Checkmate
  1009. [2013-01-07 04:20:43] <Absence_> It doesn't seem like cicada would go to chess
  1010. [2013-01-07 04:21:08] <c4_> Why not?
  1011. [2013-01-07 04:21:16] <pr0> seems like a jpg
  1012. [2013-01-07 04:21:22] <fasd> it could also be some sort of authentication
  1013. [2013-01-07 04:21:23] <n00b_> I don't know about you, but I havn't seen why they wouldn't
  1014. [2013-01-07 04:22:00] <leakhmskill> I say we let hackers handle the jpg
  1015. [2013-01-07 04:22:12] <leakhmskill> and riddlers handle the chess
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  1017. [2013-01-07 04:22:39] <Dafodilianv> Is 60 a relevant number?
  1018. [2013-01-07 04:23:49] <leakhmskill> not that I can see
  1019. [2013-01-07 04:24:01] <n00b_> I'm not sure. The fact it isn't prime makes me doubt it, but maybe
  1020. [2013-01-07 04:24:18] <Dafodilianv> I think that chess is very relevant, it's a numeric, strategic, "intelligent", and very prime game of individual competition, each board and move is a new puzzle. But ima take this to Riddler now
  1021. [2013-01-07 04:24:51] <leakhmskill> hackers does not like the idea of chess
  1022. [2013-01-07 04:24:53] <leakhmskill> lol
  1023. [2013-01-07 04:24:54] <n00b_> We may have to wait until all of the parts are posted to Twitter, and collect them in a .txt file, then convert it to a jpeg
  1024. [2013-01-07 04:25:16] <leakhmskill> well, who knows when the twitter is going to stop?
  1025. [2013-01-07 04:25:39] <Dafodilianv> I'm a riddler, I gather data and analyse it, I have no neat tricks or machines to do things for me, I'm just trying to form systems of logic out of chaos
  1026. [2013-01-07 04:25:44] <Lurker69> leakhmskill: when we will get whole image
  1027. [2013-01-07 04:26:13] <leakhmskill> I still think we need to be sorting the twitter posts
  1028. [2013-01-07 04:26:23] <n00b_> No one knows if it even is a picture, but that would make sense from them
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  1030. [2013-01-07 04:26:37] <n00b_> Sorting in what manor, though?
  1031. [2013-01-07 04:26:49] <Lurker69> leakhmskill: we are
  1032. [2013-01-07 04:26:51] <Lurker69> i thnk so
  1033. [2013-01-07 04:26:53] <leakhmskill> I think it has to do with primes and palindromes
  1034. [2013-01-07 04:26:57] <leakhmskill> no idea how, though
  1035. [2013-01-07 04:27:00] <lulzorz> >thinks it might be chess
  1036. [2013-01-07 04:27:11] <scrounger> know what guise?
  1037. [2013-01-07 04:27:15] <scrounger> just realized something
  1038. [2013-01-07 04:27:16] <Lurker69> lulzorz: are we storing tweets?
  1039. [2013-01-07 04:27:17] <lulzorz> >doesn't realize chess goes a-h
  1040. [2013-01-07 04:27:20] <Absence_> hobbits?
  1041. [2013-01-07 04:27:29] * scrounger slaps Absence_
  1042. [2013-01-07 04:27:38] <lulzorz> Lurker69: what?
  1043. [2013-01-07 04:27:40] * Absence_ sobs.
  1044. [2013-01-07 04:27:40] <scrounger> the fucking hex! it's about Teh Hobbit
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  1046. [2013-01-07 04:28:03] <scrounger> not chess. it's The Hobbit!!! for sure. f0316b = "bilbo had hairy feet"
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  1048. [2013-01-07 04:28:13] <Dafodilianv> Well I saved the tweets to the wiki earlier but I ahven't checked it since
  1049. [2013-01-07 04:28:14] <immortalghost> what...
  1050. [2013-01-07 04:28:17] <leakhmskill> Scrounger, I read your post in Hackers, we get it, now stop trolling
  1051. [2013-01-07 04:28:18] <Lurker69> lulzorz: do we have some storage of tweets in sace tweeter will delete them
  1052. [2013-01-07 04:28:22] <immortalghost> the fuck have i walked into
  1053. [2013-01-07 04:28:35] <pr0> lol
  1054. [2013-01-07 04:28:43] <scrounger> then, obviously "39a5" is obviously about about Sting glowing near orcs
  1055. [2013-01-07 04:28:45] <lulzorz> Lurker69: I have them on my drive, and a fuckton of partial pastebin links
  1056. [2013-01-07 04:28:59] <scrounger> C'mon, drop the stupid chess shit. There's less reason to believe that than there is hobbits.
  1057. [2013-01-07 04:29:03] <immortalghost> so nothing new?
  1058. [2013-01-07 04:29:08] <leakhmskill> nope
  1059. [2013-01-07 04:29:22] <immortalghost> it all comes down to the twiiter
  1060. [2013-01-07 04:29:32] <Lurker69> lulzorz: ok i think i saw some link of somebody that was redirecting thewm to some ozher site, but i didnt save it
  1061. [2013-01-07 04:29:46] <scrounger> yes, the twitter. which the last clue sent us to with the hing "the key is all around you."
  1062. [2013-01-07 04:29:56] <immortalghost> http://www.allmytweets.net/?screen_name=1231507051321
  1063. [2013-01-07 04:29:59] <scrounger> not, "the key is either in the goddamn shire or knight to b4"
  1064. [2013-01-07 04:30:06] <Lurker69> immortalghost: thx
  1065. [2013-01-07 04:30:22] <Absence_> "find the hobbit with the key, search deep and anally"
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  1067. [2013-01-07 04:30:33] <immortalghost> ill analy search you
  1068. [2013-01-07 04:30:34] <wasond> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It%27s_All_Around_You
  1069. [2013-01-07 04:30:53] <Lurker69> immortalghost: i am not usiing tweeter much , dont understand why it is ospopular atall
  1070. [2013-01-07 04:31:52] <Lurker69> scrounger: twitter is jpg, we are pretty much sure about that now
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  1072. [2013-01-07 04:32:45] <scrounger> Exactly, and yet we don't know how to fucking read it. So, instead of figuring that out using the hint given to us by cicada (i.e., "The key is all around you.") we're circlejerking on chess
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  1075. [2013-01-07 04:32:48] <immortalghost> i dont have a twitte
  1076. [2013-01-07 04:32:49] <immortalghost> r
  1077. [2013-01-07 04:32:59] <scrounger> immortalghost, you don't need one. just view it.
  1078. [2013-01-07 04:32:59] <Flumentia> Holy shit. They're seriously doing this again?
  1079. [2013-01-07 04:33:07] <leakhmskill> maybe the headers can be decoded
  1080. [2013-01-07 04:33:14] <leakhmskill> into something meaningful
  1081. [2013-01-07 04:33:21] <Bloodbane> Hellow again guys, its been a long time since ive been in one of these so please forgive me for my lack of information and or resorces.
  1082. [2013-01-07 04:33:35] <immortalghost> read the wiki it should fill you in
  1083. [2013-01-07 04:33:44] <scrounger> Bloodbane, no prob. check the wiki first
  1084. [2013-01-07 04:33:45] <immortalghost> we're stuck right now
  1085. [2013-01-07 04:33:58] <scrounger> talk about chess and get silenced for 5 minutes
  1086. [2013-01-07 04:34:12] <primius> everything you need to know is in the goddamn topic
  1087. [2013-01-07 04:34:13] <leakhmskill> lol
  1088. [2013-01-07 04:34:27] <primius> (you'll note there is nothing about chess there)
  1089. [2013-01-07 04:34:32] <leakhmskill> scrounger is cracking down on chess playing motherfuckers left and right
  1090. [2013-01-07 04:35:03] <n00b_> Actually, on the wiki, chess is listed as a theory
  1091. [2013-01-07 04:35:14] =-= Mode #33012013 -v n00b_ by scrounger
  1092. [2013-01-07 04:35:28] <scrounger> somebody delete that shit off the fucking wiki
  1093. [2013-01-07 04:35:51] =-= Mode #33012013 +v n00b_ by scrounger
  1094. [2013-01-07 04:36:14] <Bloodbane> Where can i find some of the original files?
  1095. [2013-01-07 04:36:30] <scrounger> They are all linked to in the... wait for it... wiki
  1096. [2013-01-07 04:36:53] * scrounger is sorry to everyone for kinda being a dick, but somebody had to do it to get us back on track.
  1097. [2013-01-07 04:36:59] <Bloodbane> alright, sorry again, ive been gone for too long... Been inactive for 4 years ever since burningtree
  1098. [2013-01-07 04:37:07] <scrounger> no prob, Bloodbane
  1099. [2013-01-07 04:37:11] <Lurker69> welcome Flumentia
  1100. [2013-01-07 04:37:27] <leakhmskill> scrounger, I want to work on something meaningful too
  1101. [2013-01-07 04:37:29] <Lurker69> Flumentia: where areyou from
  1102. [2013-01-07 04:37:42] <Lurker69> Flumentia: not geographicali but from wich site
  1103. [2013-01-07 04:37:43] <Flumentia> Australia, dear friend!
  1104. [2013-01-07 04:37:43] <leakhmskill> but unless you can give us a lead to something, I don
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  1106. [2013-01-07 04:37:47] <Flumentia> Oh, 4chan
  1107. [2013-01-07 04:37:48] <leakhmskill> don't know what to do
  1108. [2013-01-07 04:37:58] <Lurker69> do we have live 4chan thread?
  1109. [2013-01-07 04:37:59] <Flumentia> There's an active thread on /b/
  1110. [2013-01-07 04:38:02] [INFO] There is nothing to tab-complete. Use F6 to cycle through the user list, input box and the chat output.
  1111. [2013-01-07 04:38:03] <Lurker69> Flumentia: link
  1112. [2013-01-07 04:38:15] <c4_> http://boards.4chan.org/b/res/449173812
  1113. [2013-01-07 04:38:18] <Lurker69> thx
  1114. [2013-01-07 04:38:24] <Lurker69> isi tmade by us?
  1115. [2013-01-07 04:38:25] <Flumentia> https://boards.4chan.org/b/res/449173812
  1116. [2013-01-07 04:38:28] <Flumentia> Yeah that
  1117. [2013-01-07 04:38:32] <c4_> No idea who made, I think one of us
  1118. [2013-01-07 04:38:33] <leakhmskill> 4chan boards only bring trolls
  1119. [2013-01-07 04:38:34] <Lurker69> or by reakl cicada
  1120. [2013-01-07 04:38:36] <Cosmo_> It's just a random thread.
  1121. [2013-01-07 04:38:38] <scrounger> leakhmskill, gotcha. well, we have a shitload of data (the twitter), which seems to exhibit some properties of a JPG image. and we have a hint that "the key is all around us"
  1122. [2013-01-07 04:38:40] <leakhmskill> don't argue with them
  1123. [2013-01-07 04:38:49] <Lurker69> cosmo nothing is random here
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  1125. [2013-01-07 04:39:16] <Cosmo_> No I mean I don't think the thread was created by someone who's been here long.
  1126. [2013-01-07 04:39:22] <pr0> maybe all around us is an anagram
  1127. [2013-01-07 04:39:30] <leakhmskill> okay, scrounger, I say we let people who want to work on chess, work on chess in riddlers and we leave them alone
  1128. [2013-01-07 04:39:47] <scrounger> they have been known to use anagrams in the past...
  1129. [2013-01-07 04:39:55] <leakhmskill> and if they're right, we'll admit they're right
  1130. [2013-01-07 04:40:16] <c4_> http://images.4chan.org/b/src/1357529868389.png I've seen that image months ago, is that cicada? and the last line...
  1131. [2013-01-07 04:40:22] <scrounger> oh, hell, create an entire chess channel. but quit menstruating your chess bullshit all over the 3301 channel.
  1132. [2013-01-07 04:40:23] <Bloodbane> Ciccadas .... maybe we should look into this aspect a bit deeper? something is missing, i think all the clues are not yet on the table.
  1133. [2013-01-07 04:40:51] >ChanServ< OP #33012013 Lurker69
  1134. [2013-01-07 04:40:52] =-= Mode #33012013 +o Lurker69 by ChanServ
  1135. [2013-01-07 04:40:52] <Flumentia> Has anyone tried to take the clue literally? Is there some way the key could be 'all around us'
  1136. [2013-01-07 04:41:11] =-= Lurker69 has changed the topic to ``http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Uncovering_Cicada_Wiki | https://twitter.com/1231507051321 | http://youtu.be/GGMrmsWxQ5E | TOGETHER AS ONE DIVIDED BY ZERO''
  1137. [2013-01-07 04:41:14] <Bloodbane> religion? laws? ... ?
  1138. [2013-01-07 04:41:36] <leakhmskill> air
  1139. [2013-01-07 04:41:37] <leakhmskill> walls
  1140. [2013-01-07 04:41:44] <c4_> Internet
  1141. [2013-01-07 04:41:51] <Bloodbane> No... information...
  1142. [2013-01-07 04:41:53] <leakhmskill> america?
  1143. [2013-01-07 04:42:00] <Bloodbane> information!
  1144. [2013-01-07 04:42:04] <Bloodbane> or?
  1145. [2013-01-07 04:42:21] <Bloodbane> brb digging up old notes from previous cases,
  1146. [2013-01-07 04:42:37] <n00b_> The lonly thing that could truely be "all around us" that they could guarantee would be there would be electronics and air
  1147. [2013-01-07 04:42:39] <Epsie> We have confirmed this is not a troll?
  1148. [2013-01-07 04:42:53] <scrounger> Epsie, PGP keys don't lie.
  1149. [2013-01-07 04:43:03] <Epsie> Ok, just wanted to make sure.
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  1151. [2013-01-07 04:43:55] <pr0> http://www.mbhs.edu/~bconnell/cgi-bin/anagram.cgi?cpw=1&phrase=allaroundus just in case someone sees something i dont
  1152. [2013-01-07 04:44:29] <scrounger> well i just had a weird idea
  1153. [2013-01-07 04:44:34] <scrounger> what if the key is "all around us"
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  1155. [2013-01-07 04:45:23] <Rasputin> List
  1156. [2013-01-07 04:45:32] <Choncho> "all around you" you mean? Still a possibility
  1157. [2013-01-07 04:45:42] <wasond> this "AURAL OLD SUN" , or "ANUS OAR DULL"
  1158. [2013-01-07 04:45:57] <scrounger> no, i'm saying
  1159. [2013-01-07 04:46:06] <Flumentia> He means, what if they key text itself is: All around us
  1160. [2013-01-07 04:46:27] <Bloodbane> ... too simple but cannot be discarded
  1161. [2013-01-07 04:46:30] <scrounger> what if the key is the following phrase:"all around you"
  1162. [2013-01-07 04:46:34] <scrounger> way too simple.
  1163. [2013-01-07 04:46:37] <Flumentia> Also, is anyone here from the original? I heard it was something to do with the NSA recruiting people...
  1164. [2013-01-07 04:46:43] <Bloodbane> yet ingenious
  1165. [2013-01-07 04:46:49] <primius> the key to what?
  1166. [2013-01-07 04:46:53] <pr0> http://www.mbhs.edu/~bconnell/cgi-bin/anagram.cgi?cpw=1&phrase=allaroundyou
  1167. [2013-01-07 04:46:55] <pr0> my bad
  1168. [2013-01-07 04:47:00] <scrounger> yes, thanks. "all around you"
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  1170. [2013-01-07 04:47:59] <pr0> now that you mention it i wonder why it will be around you and not around us
  1171. [2013-01-07 04:48:04] <Flumentia> No idea what the key leads to. And what came from the JPG clue?
  1172. [2013-01-07 04:48:17] <leakhmskill> so far, very little from jpg
  1173. [2013-01-07 04:48:19] <Flumentia> The wiki doesn't go that far yet, interested
  1174. [2013-01-07 04:48:29] <leakhmskill> as for anagram
  1175. [2013-01-07 04:48:31] <scrounger> presumably to the twitter. they say "@1...1\n\nthe key is all around you", we go to @1...1 and we get the crazy fucked up jpg
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  1177. [2013-01-07 04:48:35] <leakhmskill> for the key is all around you
  1178. [2013-01-07 04:48:40] <Bloodbane> Could I mention a few key things ive noticed?
  1179. [2013-01-07 04:48:46] <scrounger> please do, Bloodbane
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  1181. [2013-01-07 04:48:49] <leakhmskill> I'll search through 3 word minimum
  1182. [2013-01-07 04:48:56] <c4_> Maybe around you instead of us because it is something you definitely have, but not everyone does. The only thing they cna gurantee really is internet
  1183. [2013-01-07 04:49:10] <Bloodbane> Same pattern as the previous two cases ive seen
  1184. [2013-01-07 04:49:18] <Bloodbane> yet ive not cared much for
  1185. [2013-01-07 04:49:28] <scrounger> of course, the CD is round. and it's all around.
  1186. [2013-01-07 04:49:29] <Lurker69> may i ask again: WHO IS OP of /b/ thread???
  1187. [2013-01-07 04:49:40] <Lurker69> bak|afk: ?
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  1189. [2013-01-07 04:50:05] <sr01> we dont know
  1190. [2013-01-07 04:50:19] <sr01> every new visitor: check the wiki in topic first
  1191. [2013-01-07 04:50:41] <sr01> ask questions for more info
  1192. [2013-01-07 04:50:43] <sr01> brb
  1193. [2013-01-07 04:50:47] <bak|afk> not me
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  1195. [2013-01-07 04:50:51] <n00b_> Well, if we have internet, we can access the information
  1196. [2013-01-07 04:50:54] <bak|afk> this is first ive heard of a /b/ thread
  1197. [2013-01-07 04:51:00] <Bloodbane> what do you think said person or organization behind this hopes to achieve?
  1198. [2013-01-07 04:51:03] <scrounger> what's a /b/ thread?
  1199. [2013-01-07 04:51:22] <scrounger> Bloodbane, check pastebin infos
  1200. [2013-01-07 04:51:26] <pr0> Either someone is bored or this is legit
  1201. [2013-01-07 04:51:36] <bak|afk> https://boards.4chan.org/b/res/449178624
  1202. [2013-01-07 04:51:38] <bak|afk> this, right?
  1203. [2013-01-07 04:51:50] <scrounger> pr0, this is second year they've done this. same PGP sigs. it's legit.
  1204. [2013-01-07 04:52:09] <scrounger> i worked on it last year for a while but fell behind because school.
  1205. [2013-01-07 04:52:09] <Bloodbane> In fact this has all been repeated over the past in numerous occasions, I even have an old archive of someone whom cracked a case... then dissapeared.
  1206. [2013-01-07 04:52:26] <scrounger> Bloodbane, post it, please?
  1207. [2013-01-07 04:52:44] <Cosmo_> I'm taking that old mp3 into a university sound lab tomorrow. I'm not convinced everything that can be had from that is available yet.
  1208. [2013-01-07 04:52:44] <Bloodbane> Let me dig it up, I have to encrypt these things ya know.
  1209. [2013-01-07 04:53:10] <leakhmskill> I think we could get more from the audio
  1210. [2013-01-07 04:53:37] <Flumentia> OK, I get the feeling that if we can work out these twitter messages, then they'll all combine to create some kind of file. We just need all of the dumps completed.
  1211. [2013-01-07 04:53:43] <Cosmo_> Luckily I'm in a uniquely well placed position to have another look at that mp3.
  1212. [2013-01-07 04:53:44] <n00b_> @cosmo Do you think that maybe there could be an algorythm hidden in the music?
  1213. [2013-01-07 04:54:44] <Bloodbane> Sadly by sources unmentionable i am not allowed to upload or distribute the archives. They contain sensitive information that the group i beling into has highly valued and classified as confidential.
  1214. [2013-01-07 04:54:48] <Cosmo_> I was actually going to approach it from the more obvious end. The 'reverse' effects are what's intrigueing me. Usually those random note patterns reversed fit to enhance a sound, but in terms of this mp3 they slide off key in seemingly random places
  1215. [2013-01-07 04:54:51] <Flumentia> What scares me most about this is that 3301 is/are watching us right now as we solve it.
  1216. [2013-01-07 04:54:56] <bak|afk> FSDEd//jfnaskad72nnd.
  1217. [2013-01-07 04:55:04] <bak|afk> this string looks like it could be a link
  1218. [2013-01-07 04:55:07] <bak|afk> the pattern
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  1220. [2013-01-07 04:55:17] <Flumentia> Where'd you get that bak?
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  1222. [2013-01-07 04:55:20] <Cosmo_> I'm going to remove the main melody as bes i can, take another look at the reversed sections
  1223. [2013-01-07 04:55:27] <bak|afk> that /b/ thread i just posted
  1224. [2013-01-07 04:55:32] <scrounger> Bloodbane, ok, can you give us the gist?
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  1226. [2013-01-07 04:56:19] <Bloodbane> It involved the voynich
  1227. [2013-01-07 04:56:23] <Bloodbane> and a binary
  1228. [2013-01-07 04:56:55] <Bloodbane> then a dvd and a few books with pages written in more binary coding
  1229. [2013-01-07 04:57:15] <Bloodbane> im being overlooked so... thats it for now
  1230. [2013-01-07 04:57:40] <bak|afk> is anyone else looking at that thread?
  1231. [2013-01-07 04:57:44] =-= bak|afk is now known as bakpak2hvy
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  1234. [2013-01-07 04:57:59] <Absence_> which one
  1235. [2013-01-07 04:58:13] <indigo_> I'm working around with that string you put in bak, and my headphones made the low battery sound. Scared the shit out of me
  1236. [2013-01-07 04:58:16] <n00b_> bak: I am. Where are those strings coming from?
  1237. [2013-01-07 04:58:30] <bakpak2hvy> hell if i know
  1238. [2013-01-07 04:58:35] <bakpak2hvy> not me
  1239. [2013-01-07 04:58:36] <Cosmo_> They're all different posting ID's
  1240. [2013-01-07 04:58:52] <bakpak2hvy> well shit nigger
  1241. [2013-01-07 04:58:55] <bakpak2hvy> you're right
  1242. [2013-01-07 04:59:25] <Cosmo_> But we also have to allow for the fact that some of them will be some little fuckstick joining in because he's hilarious.
  1243. [2013-01-07 04:59:26] <n00b_> Cicada posting with proxies to get different ID's?
  1244. [2013-01-07 04:59:38] <n00b_> True
  1245. [2013-01-07 04:59:51] <Cosmo_> It could be. Or if Cicada is a big group, GENUINELY posting from different IP's
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  1247. [2013-01-07 05:00:07] <bakpak2hvy> cicada is big enough to do that, i suppose
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  1250. [2013-01-07 05:00:52] <Absence_> tor -> pyloris = tor's ip would change, not sure is 4chan's IDs are based off of IPs or sessions.
  1251. [2013-01-07 05:00:56] <c4_> Anyone able to find anythign on the images then?
  1252. [2013-01-07 05:00:57] <bakpak2hvy> we need to bumb this
  1253. [2013-01-07 05:00:58] <Cosmo_> In terms of working out what they mean, I'm afraid I won't be much help. I'm a sound engineer, that's all I can help with.
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  1255. [2013-01-07 05:01:08] <bakpak2hvy> c4_: ill check, bumping first
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  1258. [2013-01-07 05:02:15] <c4_> bakpak2hvy: good stuff
  1259. [2013-01-07 05:03:04] <primius> 3301 can afford their own proxy servers
  1260. [2013-01-07 05:03:14] <bakpak2hvy> i dont see why they dont just sage all of it
  1261. [2013-01-07 05:03:16] <primius> not to mention a website
  1262. [2013-01-07 05:03:18] <Dafodilianv> It's obvious that Cicada looked down upon our plans to contort the masses to our will, and so sabotoged our brilliant strategy by posting on /b/
  1263. [2013-01-07 05:03:22] -->| fart (46390666@gateway/web/freenode/ip.70.57.6.102) has joined #33012013
  1264. [2013-01-07 05:03:44] <Cosmo_> Well someone arrives talking about a /b/ thread, then a cicada thread starts. Someone's watching something.
  1265. [2013-01-07 05:03:45] <Absence_> lolwat
  1266. [2013-01-07 05:03:46] <bakpak2hvy> primius: what do you know
  1267. [2013-01-07 05:03:55] <bakpak2hvy> not who, because everybody knows that one
  1268. [2013-01-07 05:03:59] <bakpak2hvy> but that website shit
  1269. [2013-01-07 05:04:02] <bakpak2hvy> HE KNOWS SOMETHING
  1270. [2013-01-07 05:04:06] <primius> bakpak2hvy: last year the puzzle involved a website
  1271. [2013-01-07 05:04:07] <Absence_> what webstie
  1272. [2013-01-07 05:04:20] <primius> 8.com
  1273. [2013-01-07 05:04:31] <primius> the actual name was longer, but that's what we called it
  1274. [2013-01-07 05:04:38] <Absence_> i remember now
  1275. [2013-01-07 05:04:44] <bakpak2hvy> damn
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  1277. [2013-01-07 05:04:52] <Absence_> https://boards.4chan.org/b/res/449178624
  1278. [2013-01-07 05:04:54] <bakpak2hvy> i knew that one
  1279. [2013-01-07 05:04:55] <Absence_> are u guys talking about that
  1280. [2013-01-07 05:04:56] <Absence_> ?
  1281. [2013-01-07 05:04:58] <bakpak2hvy> i thought you meant this year
  1282. [2013-01-07 05:05:03] <Flumentia> That thread can't be it. It's too easy to obscure the message by posting fake stuff.
  1283. [2013-01-07 05:05:20] <primius> there should always be a /b/ thread
  1284. [2013-01-07 05:05:31] <primius> or we'll never find the right people to solve this
  1285. [2013-01-07 05:05:48] <Dafodilianv> We should still cull them.
  1286. [2013-01-07 05:05:50] <primius> also, did anyone post to reddit yet?
  1287. [2013-01-07 05:05:51] <Flumentia> Cicada would be smarter. We have to look at the stuff which we KNOW is from them. The Twitter account we can take a pretty safe guess at, but the 4chan thread could be a fake for all we know.
  1288. [2013-01-07 05:06:17] <Flumentia> Don't think so. Most of /b/ are against reddit.
  1289. [2013-01-07 05:06:19] <n00b_> Some a****** with the ID "Heaven" started posting strings.
  1290. [2013-01-07 05:06:25] <Flumentia> And they're usually unhelpful.
  1291. [2013-01-07 05:06:36] <lulzorz> n00b_: GTFO newfag
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  1293. [2013-01-07 05:06:42] <bakpak2hvy> n00b_: faggot
  1294. [2013-01-07 05:06:53] <anonalaala> gentlemen
  1295. [2013-01-07 05:07:00] <n00b_> I'm just saying, he's smashed a lot on /b/
  1296. [2013-01-07 05:07:02] <Absence_> Where are u getting the strings at?
  1297. [2013-01-07 05:07:08] <n00b_> a lot of people hate him
  1298. [2013-01-07 05:07:14] <Dafodilianv> The key is all around you
  1299. [2013-01-07 05:07:17] <Dafodilianv> That's the key
  1300. [2013-01-07 05:07:20] <Cosmo_> It's ok, i began saving the lines posted. For the sake of ordering i've grouped them. One group is the strings that are replying to the string before
  1301. [2013-01-07 05:07:26] <Dafodilianv> Posting ID followed by a string of data
  1302. [2013-01-07 05:07:38] <Cosmo_> the other group is of strings posted in reply to OP or under 'heaven;
  1303. [2013-01-07 05:08:04] <bakpak2hvy> i got something from the first image
  1304. [2013-01-07 05:08:05] <leakhmskill> the ID heaven is someone who is saging the thread
  1305. [2013-01-07 05:08:08] <bakpak2hvy> but idk what to make of it
  1306. [2013-01-07 05:08:10] <leakhmskill> if you don't know
  1307. [2013-01-07 05:08:27] <Flumentia> Cosmo_: The second group is probably the fake ones. If the string has a reply to it, and the line is unbroken until OP, then it's probably real.
  1308. [2013-01-07 05:08:46] <Dafodilianv> Did you look at the /b/ image? Anything ot it?
  1309. [2013-01-07 05:08:52] <Flumentia> Bak, what did you get?
  1310. [2013-01-07 05:09:05] <gentoomen> guys...
  1311. [2013-01-07 05:09:21] <gentoomen> i just saw a card with 17 years cicadas on it on the simpsons..
  1312. [2013-01-07 05:09:30] <bakpak2hvy> gentoomen: wat
  1313. [2013-01-07 05:09:32] <c4_> What did you get bakpak?
  1314. [2013-01-07 05:09:33] <gentoomen> i can't tell if i'm going crazy and seeing things
  1315. [2013-01-07 05:09:41] <bakpak2hvy> also about the image
  1316. [2013-01-07 05:09:46] <bakpak2hvy> ill pastebin what i can of it
  1317. [2013-01-07 05:09:47] <scrounger> simpsons writers are cicada
  1318. [2013-01-07 05:09:54] <anonalaala> gentoomen: explain?
  1319. [2013-01-07 05:09:57] <Cosmo_> Flumentia: I assumed as much, I just saved them all for the sake of thoroughness
  1320. [2013-01-07 05:09:57] <bakpak2hvy> its some weird shit and doesnt display right on my computer
  1321. [2013-01-07 05:10:04] * scrounger 's mind is blown.
  1322. [2013-01-07 05:10:04] <Dafodilianv> 1357529330670.jpg-(249 KB, 1280x960, 1351093769753.jpg
  1323. [2013-01-07 05:10:05] <Absence_> screenshot?
  1324. [2013-01-07 05:10:11] <gentoomen> Yeah give me a second
  1325. [2013-01-07 05:10:18] <Flumentia> Yeah. Also did anyone read the warning message? http://pastebin.com/dHJ6JNkr
  1326. [2013-01-07 05:10:23] <Dafodilianv> >960 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chess960
  1327. [2013-01-07 05:10:38] <Dafodilianv> Yeah, it's rather deviant
  1328. [2013-01-07 05:10:56] <Dafodilianv> Ranting with references to quite a lot of things, seems more like a red herring
  1329. [2013-01-07 05:10:58] <anonalaala> Flumentia: we've determined that since there's no signature, it is not a legitimate Cicada message
  1330. [2013-01-07 05:11:03] <lulzorz> $ echo "SVRUIHdlIHRhbGsgaW4gYmFzZTY0IGJlY2F1c2Ugd2UgaGF2ZSBub3RoaW5nIGJldHRlciB0byBkbw==" | base64 -d
  1331. [2013-01-07 05:11:06] <lulzorz> ITT we talk in base64 because we have nothing better to do
  1332. [2013-01-07 05:11:14] <lulzorz> you guys really seem retarded sometimes
  1333. [2013-01-07 05:11:39] <gentoomen> Screenshot: http://imgur.com/OMs57
  1334. [2013-01-07 05:11:52] <Absence_> referring to regular cicadas?
  1335. [2013-01-07 05:11:57] <Absence_> this has no connection
  1336. [2013-01-07 05:11:58] <Flumentia> Wait, what's IDEE?
  1337. [2013-01-07 05:12:01] <Absence_> to this instance
  1338. [2013-01-07 05:12:10] <Absence_> its a european justice group i believe
  1339. [2013-01-07 05:12:20] <anonalaala> lol that's a crazy coincidence
  1340. [2013-01-07 05:12:24] <Flumentia> https://images.4chan.org/b/src/1357529868389.png
  1341. [2013-01-07 05:12:33] <scrounger> wait, what was the context of the simpsons cicada thing?
  1342. [2013-01-07 05:13:02] <Flumentia> Looks like 3301 stopped posting on that /b/ thread. I'd wish instead of making it more complicated, they'd simplify it...
  1343. [2013-01-07 05:13:10] <gentoomen> Some random video being shown to homer about the world ending with people going crazy or whatnot
  1344. [2013-01-07 05:13:14] <anonalaala> Flumentia: 0/10 baby's first troll
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  1346. [2013-01-07 05:13:56] <c4_> But as I said earlier about that link that flummentia put, the last sentence is the same as Cicada's...
  1347. [2013-01-07 05:14:03] <Lurker69> Flumentia: wee you OP of /b/ thread?
  1348. [2013-01-07 05:14:22] <Flumentia> Nope.
  1349. [2013-01-07 05:14:52] <Flumentia> The person who posted that image said: 3301 = IDEE
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  1352. [2013-01-07 05:15:07] <scrounger> seriously? so there's some conspiracy video on the simpsons about cicadas? lol!
  1353. [2013-01-07 05:15:19] <Lurker69> Flumentia: that image was troll
  1354. [2013-01-07 05:15:19] <nafs> and thus, it has started again
  1355. [2013-01-07 05:15:23] <qwebirc66349> dafuq
  1356. [2013-01-07 05:15:29] <Lurker69> http://4chandata.org/x/-a114924
  1357. [2013-01-07 05:15:39] <Lurker69> http://pr0gramm.com/static/newest/chan/27960/2012/12/1355694933211
  1358. [2013-01-07 05:15:41] <Lurker69> old stuff
  1359. [2013-01-07 05:15:44] <anonalaala> Flumentia: Jesus come on... where to begin. No PGP signature, No Palindromic filesize. Looks like it was made in paint by hellen keller
  1360. [2013-01-07 05:16:08] <Lurker69> but it is funny that CLUE IS ALL AROUND YOU is also in cicada and in that old image
  1361. [2013-01-07 05:16:12] <Flumentia> Yeah
  1362. [2013-01-07 05:16:20] <Flumentia> I know it's a troll.
  1363. [2013-01-07 05:16:20] <bakpak2hvy> anonalaala: i lol'd
  1364. [2013-01-07 05:16:31] <Lurker69> but that image is at least 6 months aold as you can see in dates in arvheve
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  1383. [2013-01-07 05:17:32] <anonalaala> I was expecting to go to sleep and then come back to brother and bakpak doing some ssh tunneling
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  1385. [2013-01-07 05:17:51] <anonalaala> now I come back to a megaman 2 start screen
  1386. [2013-01-07 05:17:54] <c4_> It could be coincidence, but with cicada, I don't think anything is
  1387. [2013-01-07 05:17:56] <bakpak2hvy> i cant be around much longer
  1388. [2013-01-07 05:17:57] <Lurker69_> also NO LEGIT PGP ----> obvious troll
  1389. [2013-01-07 05:18:01] =-= Fly is now known as Guest12929
  1390. [2013-01-07 05:18:03] <bakpak2hvy> gotta get up at like 0600 tomorrow
  1391. [2013-01-07 05:18:18] <Lurker69_> night bakpak
  1392. [2013-01-07 05:18:27] <anonalaala> the song
  1393. [2013-01-07 05:18:28] <Lurker69_> also did you made anthing on reddit?
  1394. [2013-01-07 05:18:32] <anonalaala> where are we on the song
  1395. [2013-01-07 05:18:38] <anonalaala> did anyone identify it yet?
  1396. [2013-01-07 05:18:40] <bakpak2hvy> its in G# minor
  1397. [2013-01-07 05:18:46] <bakpak2hvy> and i heard it was palendrommic
  1398. [2013-01-07 05:18:50] <bakpak2hvy> but IDK
  1399. [2013-01-07 05:18:56] <bakpak2hvy> ^
  1400. [2013-01-07 05:19:00] <n00b_> It's still just that, a song. Catchy, too. I have it on repeat
  1401. [2013-01-07 05:19:00] === The nickname ``Lurker69'' is already in use, use the /nick command to pick a new one.
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  1403. [2013-01-07 05:19:06] <bakpak2hvy> yea
  1404. [2013-01-07 05:19:09] <bakpak2hvy> also im not going yet
  1405. [2013-01-07 05:19:12] <bakpak2hvy> but soon
  1406. [2013-01-07 05:19:19] <anonalaala> +n00b_: It is extremely unlikely that Cicada "made" the song
  1407. [2013-01-07 05:19:22] <Flumentia> Anyone tried the image of Nadia Wilson in OutGuess?
  1408. [2013-01-07 05:19:28] <bakpak2hvy> me
  1409. [2013-01-07 05:19:31] <Absence_> Good night guys
  1410. [2013-01-07 05:19:31] <anonalaala> which means it is VERY IMPORTANT who ACTUALLY made it
  1411. [2013-01-07 05:19:31] <lulzorz> are you guys seriously still talking about the b64 thread?
  1412. [2013-01-07 05:19:32] <bakpak2hvy> gives you random shit
  1413. [2013-01-07 05:19:38] <bakpak2hvy> Absence_: night
  1414. [2013-01-07 05:19:50] <Flumentia> Does it normally do that?
  1415. [2013-01-07 05:19:50] <Lurker69_> by Absence_
  1416. [2013-01-07 05:19:52] <bakpak2hvy> random shit is probably important, but i cant get it to you
  1417. [2013-01-07 05:19:57] <bakpak2hvy> Flumentia: no
  1418. [2013-01-07 05:20:11] <Flumentia> Well then...
  1419. [2013-01-07 05:20:23] <n00b_> anonalaala: I was just saying there really isn't much we know about it lol
  1420. [2013-01-07 05:20:23] -->| Chris____ (6302adb1@gateway/web/freenode/ip.99.2.173.177) has joined #33012013
  1421. [2013-01-07 05:20:26] <Chris____> HARLO
  1422. [2013-01-07 05:20:27] <bakpak2hvy> somebody else should do it, i cant pastebin it :(
  1423. [2013-01-07 05:20:30] -->| benwaffle (43fa4568@gateway/web/freenode/ip.67.250.69.104) has joined #33012013
  1424. [2013-01-07 05:20:30] <Lurker69_> bakpak2hvy: did you post on reddit? or we still need to do
  1425. [2013-01-07 05:20:31] <Chris____> dafiq
  1426. [2013-01-07 05:20:34] <Chris____> dis shit is back
  1427. [2013-01-07 05:20:35] <Chris____> again
  1428. [2013-01-07 05:20:39] <Chris____> LETS SOLVE IT
  1429. [2013-01-07 05:20:42] <bakpak2hvy> Chris____: calm your tits
  1430. [2013-01-07 05:20:43] <leakhmskill> YEAH
  1431. [2013-01-07 05:20:45] <anonalaala> I'll post it to all my hipster friends, might be something they could know
  1432. [2013-01-07 05:20:46] <Lurker69_> Chris____: welcome
  1433. [2013-01-07 05:20:48] <anonalaala> lol
  1434. [2013-01-07 05:20:51] <n00b_> Night Absence
  1435. [2013-01-07 05:21:07] |<-- Lurker69 has left freenode (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
  1436. [2013-01-07 05:21:08] =-= YOU are now known as Lurker69
  1437. [2013-01-07 05:21:36] -->| King19skINg (4b8e6ea2@gateway/web/freenode/ip.75.142.110.162) has joined #33012013
  1438. [2013-01-07 05:21:40] <Chris____> well
  1439. [2013-01-07 05:21:45] <Chris____> what are the gathered facts atm
  1440. [2013-01-07 05:21:49] <leakhmskill> read the wiki
  1441. [2013-01-07 05:21:50] <Cosmo_> I don't have the tools to take apart the song right now. I'll deconstruct it tomorrow.
  1442. [2013-01-07 05:21:53] <Flumentia> New tweet due
  1443. [2013-01-07 05:21:55] <Chris____> can u link it?
  1444. [2013-01-07 05:21:56] <leakhmskill> in the subject at the top
  1445. [2013-01-07 05:22:23] <Chris____> danke
  1446. [2013-01-07 05:22:26] <Cosmo_> Is someone making a list of these tweets?
  1447. [2013-01-07 05:22:27] <Chris____> here from /b/ btw
  1448. [2013-01-07 05:22:36] <primius> 30 years and people still don't understand the purpose of a /topic
  1449. [2013-01-07 05:22:39] <Cuboid3301> We need to have a question for newbies to answer to get +v in here...
  1450. [2013-01-07 05:22:47] <bakpak2hvy> post got removed from /r/crypto
  1451. [2013-01-07 05:22:59] <Flumentia> Any reason?
  1452. [2013-01-07 05:23:02] <bakpak2hvy> and i got banned
  1453. [2013-01-07 05:23:05] <bakpak2hvy> because it doesnt go there
  1454. [2013-01-07 05:23:11] <bakpak2hvy> i didnt read sidebar or something
  1455. [2013-01-07 05:23:14] <bakpak2hvy> lol i dunno
  1456. [2013-01-07 05:23:20] <primius> Cuboid3301: we need a bot that voices people when they message it a certain thing
  1457. [2013-01-07 05:23:46] <Cuboid3301> Well I wouldn't be the one to go to for that.
  1458. [2013-01-07 05:24:11] <primius> brotherBox: ^
  1459. [2013-01-07 05:24:15] <anonalaala> Chris____: honestly... disappointingly we have very little
  1460. [2013-01-07 05:24:17] <Flumentia> Yeah. We need some kind of input/output from Cicada. That's the main reason the TF2 one took off...
  1461. [2013-01-07 05:24:23] <soulseekah> Cosmo_, http://www.allmytweets.net/?screen_name=1231507051321
  1462. [2013-01-07 05:24:24] <Cuboid3301> I am only good at making calculator programs
  1463. [2013-01-07 05:24:56] <Cosmo_> Good. Didn't know, sorry.
  1464. [2013-01-07 05:24:57] <Flumentia> Wait, have we found a way to decrypt the tweets yet??
  1465. [2013-01-07 05:25:01] <bakpak2hvy> thread 404'd
  1466. [2013-01-07 05:25:02] <c4_> In this http://pastebin.com/dHJ6JNkr it's written that "They [cicada] believe that within each person there is a "God." Not "God" in the sense of most religions, it is more like Übermensch in the writings of Nietzsche. They also see the Global Brain as another kind of "God"" Could this be a further meaning of "Find the divinity within"?
  1467. [2013-01-07 05:25:09] <leakhmskill> reddit is going to ban everything 3301 related
  1468. [2013-01-07 05:25:18] <leakhmskill> just saying
  1469. [2013-01-07 05:25:21] <anonalaala> Flumentia: No sir. There are many theories about when it will stop, and what it really means but no key yet
  1470. [2013-01-07 05:25:27] <Flumentia> I still have it up, and comso took a list
  1471. [2013-01-07 05:25:52] <anonalaala> c4_: the trolllllllllllllllllllllllllllllls
  1472. [2013-01-07 05:25:54] <scrounger> brb tacos
  1473. [2013-01-07 05:26:04] <Cosmo_> Yup. Just looking back over it. It doesn't look like the posts were botted
  1474. [2013-01-07 05:26:11] |<-- Guest12929 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1475. [2013-01-07 05:26:22] <Cosmo_> The post times are seemingly fairly random, 2-3 minute gaps
  1476. [2013-01-07 05:27:03] <anonalaala> Cosmo_: wat? You're not talking about the twitter right?
  1477. [2013-01-07 05:27:11] <Flumentia> Mmmm... I think we should keep the data, but leave it until we figure out the twitter message or until 3301 steps in to help.
  1478. [2013-01-07 05:27:26] <crash_demons> leakhmskill, subs are largely self-moderated. unless you're trying to post all in one sub, there's no reason to think you can't post anywhere. You could even start your own sub
  1479. [2013-01-07 05:27:41] <crash_demons> /r/cicada or something
  1480. [2013-01-07 05:27:43] <Flumentia> Oh, and the other thread is still open: https://boards.4chan.org/b/res/449173812
  1481. [2013-01-07 05:27:46] <leakhmskill> there was a 3301 sub, which got deleted
  1482. [2013-01-07 05:27:48] <Cosmo_> No the /b/ post
  1483. [2013-01-07 05:27:49] <anonalaala> if the twitter stops at 560, everyone owes me a glass of chocolate milk
  1484. [2013-01-07 05:28:07] <bakpak2hvy> anonalaala: i prefer regular
  1485. [2013-01-07 05:28:38] =-= bakpak2hvy was booted from #33012013 by primius (faggot)
  1486. [2013-01-07 05:28:50] <soulseekah> anonalaala, what's the significance of 560?
  1487. [2013-01-07 05:28:59] <crash_demons> leakhmskill, did you get a reason / ask for one?
  1488. [2013-01-07 05:29:15] -->| sr01 (~sr01@d54C4D0B3.access.telenet.be) has joined #33012013
  1489. [2013-01-07 05:29:19] <leakhmskill> I didn't start it
  1490. [2013-01-07 05:29:27] -->| bakpak2hvy (~jacob@ip24-254-173-28.rn.hr.cox.net) has joined #33012013
  1491. [2013-01-07 05:29:27] <leakhmskill> but someone posted a link r/3301
  1492. [2013-01-07 05:29:30] <leakhmskill> and it was locked down
  1493. [2013-01-07 05:29:34] <Chris____> well fuck guys
  1494. [2013-01-07 05:29:41] <Chris____> im not smart enough for this shit
  1495. [2013-01-07 05:29:43] <Chris____> lol
  1496. [2013-01-07 05:29:50] <bakpak2hvy> hahaha
  1497. [2013-01-07 05:29:53] <bakpak2hvy> that milk shit
  1498. [2013-01-07 05:29:55] <bakpak2hvy> gets me every time
  1499. [2013-01-07 05:30:03] <Chris____> IM ONLY FIFTEEN BUT I READ THIS STORY
  1500. [2013-01-07 05:30:08] <Chris____> AND I WAS LIKE
  1501. [2013-01-07 05:30:09] <Chris____> WOW
  1502. [2013-01-07 05:30:11] <Chris____> KEWL
  1503. [2013-01-07 05:30:13] <primius> sorry, you were asking for it :p
  1504. [2013-01-07 05:30:13] <Chris____> but
  1505. [2013-01-07 05:30:14] <bakpak2hvy> bitch, please
  1506. [2013-01-07 05:30:16] <bakpak2hvy> im 14
  1507. [2013-01-07 05:30:16] <crash_demons> someone should have asked the moderation questions about that decision :-? that's highly unusual for reddit as far as I've seen
  1508. [2013-01-07 05:30:26] <sr01> did we make progress
  1509. [2013-01-07 05:30:30] <crash_demons> a few other ARGs have subs
  1510. [2013-01-07 05:30:31] <leakhmskill> http://www.reddit.com/r/3301
  1511. [2013-01-07 05:30:33] <Flumentia> ^^
  1512. [2013-01-07 05:30:33] <leakhmskill> banned
  1513. [2013-01-07 05:30:36] <n00b_> Chris____: 16 here. This is totally over my head
  1514. [2013-01-07 05:30:38] =-= Mode #33012013 -v Chris____ by scrounger
  1515. [2013-01-07 05:30:51] <Chris____> yeah
  1516. [2013-01-07 05:30:53] <bakpak2hvy> this channel isnt even k
  1517. [2013-01-07 05:30:57] <Flumentia> 13 going on 16 here. Reporting the same thing
  1518. [2013-01-07 05:30:57] <crash_demons> `so if you feel the ban was a mistake, please submit a link to our request a subreddit listing and be sure to include the exact name of the subreddit.`
  1519. [2013-01-07 05:30:58] <bakpak2hvy> v does nothing here
  1520. [2013-01-07 05:31:01] <anonalaala> sr01: no :(
  1521. [2013-01-07 05:31:03] <crash_demons> there you go :p
  1522. [2013-01-07 05:31:09] <Chris____> well guys
  1523. [2013-01-07 05:31:12] <Chris____> GOOD LUCK TO ALL OF YOU
  1524. [2013-01-07 05:31:16] <Chris____> GODSPEED
  1525. [2013-01-07 05:31:16] <bakpak2hvy> turned 14 less than a month ago
  1526. [2013-01-07 05:31:17] <leakhmskill> if they banned a whole thread on 3001
  1527. [2013-01-07 05:31:20] <leakhmskill> 3301*
  1528. [2013-01-07 05:31:23] <Chris____> IM SURE ILL HEAR ABOUT THIS ON /B/ LATER
  1529. [2013-01-07 05:31:24] =-= Mode #33012013 +v Chris____ by scrounger
  1530. [2013-01-07 05:31:26] <leakhmskill> they won't let anything through
  1531. [2013-01-07 05:31:42] <scrounger> Chris____, chill out with the retarded shit. I gave you your voice back, but cool it.
  1532. [2013-01-07 05:31:46] =-= Mode #33012013 +o bakpak2hvy by ChanServ
  1533. [2013-01-07 05:31:46] <Flumentia> http://www.reddit.com/r/cicada/
  1534. [2013-01-07 05:31:52] <Flumentia> I made that
  1535. [2013-01-07 05:31:53] <crash_demons> the link shows Forbidden when I click it, so I assume one of the Mods for the 3301 Sub has to ask to unban it
  1536. [2013-01-07 05:32:10] <crash_demons> or make a new one I guess, lol
  1537. [2013-01-07 05:32:14] |<-- Chris____ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1538. [2013-01-07 05:32:51] <Flumentia> crash_demons: My one?
  1539. [2013-01-07 05:33:04] |<-- nafs has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1540. [2013-01-07 05:33:27] <crash_demons> forbidden=submit for unban (old one) new on=your one
  1541. [2013-01-07 05:33:41] <leakhmskill> well, we have a cicada subreddit now
  1542. [2013-01-07 05:33:47] <crash_demons> good
  1543. [2013-01-07 05:33:59] <scrounger> add it to the wiki please
  1544. [2013-01-07 05:34:00] <n00b_> Hey, I'm gonna log. I'll check back in here tomorrow after my daily runs
  1545. [2013-01-07 05:34:10] <scrounger> ok, actually brb, tacos now.
  1546. [2013-01-07 05:34:41] <anonalaala> so, did anyone actually shazam the song? I'm thinking .000000000000000000000000001% success but w/e
  1547. [2013-01-07 05:34:42] |<-- n00b_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1548. [2013-01-07 05:35:38] -->| Kosta (5ae3d8c9@gateway/web/freenode/ip.90.227.216.201) has joined #33012013
  1549. [2013-01-07 05:35:45] <Cosmo_> Just went through the strings posted to /b/. I removed any that didn't follow the timing pattern or linking to the previous string. I also removed the 'heaven' posted strings
  1550. [2013-01-07 05:36:07] <Cosmo_> I know they might be irrelevant, but I figured there's no loss recording them http://i.imgur.com/XOqUi.png
  1551. [2013-01-07 05:36:15] -->| Rings012 (615ed20c@gateway/web/freenode/ip.97.94.210.12) has joined #33012013
  1552. [2013-01-07 05:36:44] <lulzorz> Cosmo_: what if I told you
  1553. [2013-01-07 05:36:55] <Flumentia> BTW, checked the subreddit and the user from the original, nothing so far.
  1554. [2013-01-07 05:37:00] <lulzorz> Cosmo_: that it's completely unrelated and unencrypted base64
  1555. [2013-01-07 05:37:09] <lulzorz> Cosmo_: and that the OP reads
  1556. [2013-01-07 05:37:13] <sr01> i tried shazam
  1557. [2013-01-07 05:37:16] <lulzorz> Cosmo_: ITT we talk in base64 because we have nothing better to do
  1558. [2013-01-07 05:37:16] <sr01> no results
  1559. [2013-01-07 05:37:23] -->| anonymouse45w34t (bddcf053@gateway/web/freenode/ip.189.220.240.83) has joined #33012013
  1560. [2013-01-07 05:37:47] <Cosmo_> Then I'd feel stupid, look at the clock and remember it's 5 am and I hate having food poisoning?
  1561. [2013-01-07 05:37:55] |<-- leakhmskill has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  1562. [2013-01-07 05:38:02] <qwebirc66349> Kosta from?
  1563. [2013-01-07 05:38:08] <Flumentia> I have to leave for an hour, hopefully something cool happens. I leave you with something from the original: http://pastebin.com/2xkvnPER
  1564. [2013-01-07 05:38:09] <soulseekah> why would offsets of 65 bytes be chosen for the data being dumped on twitter?
  1565. [2013-01-07 05:38:12] -->| Meowkit (43237ebf@gateway/web/freenode/ip.67.35.126.191) has joined #33012013
  1566. [2013-01-07 05:38:15] <Kosta> sweden
  1567. [2013-01-07 05:38:18] <soulseekah> just to pad to 140?
  1568. [2013-01-07 05:38:27] <alexanderthegrea> WHEN DID THE TWITTER START POSTING EVERY 4 MINS INSTEAD OF 5?!
  1569. [2013-01-07 05:38:32] -->| n00b_ (aeeec178@gateway/web/freenode/ip.174.238.193.120) has joined #33012013
  1570. [2013-01-07 05:38:41] <sr01> at post 480
  1571. [2013-01-07 05:38:41] <Flumentia> ALSO, what if the twitter message makes a PGP key? As in the key which has always been in front of our eyes?
  1572. [2013-01-07 05:38:42] <Cosmo_> However I may be able to redeem myself.
  1573. [2013-01-07 05:38:55] <sr01> DID SOMEONE CHECK FLUMENTA'S POST
  1574. [2013-01-07 05:39:02] <c4_> Ages ago alex
  1575. [2013-01-07 05:39:09] <sr01> inb4 troll
  1576. [2013-01-07 05:39:22] -->| JohnFrom4chan (6028af3c@gateway/web/freenode/ip.96.40.175.60) has joined #33012013
  1577. [2013-01-07 05:39:24] |<-- Choncho has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1578. [2013-01-07 05:39:27] <Flumentia> At 58 mins they did a two minute interval.
  1579. [2013-01-07 05:39:31] <n00b_> Just a thought before I power down, the tweets aren't coming in the order they need to be entered in
  1580. [2013-01-07 05:39:32] -->| leakhmskill (4cd8943b@gateway/web/freenode/ip.76.216.148.59) has joined #33012013
  1581. [2013-01-07 05:39:36] <n00b_> That is all
  1582. [2013-01-07 05:39:42] <Flumentia> 00858e
  1583. [2013-01-07 05:39:42] <leakhmskill> sorry
  1584. [2013-01-07 05:39:46] <n00b_> G'night
  1585. [2013-01-07 05:39:47] <Flumentia> is the tweet
  1586. [2013-01-07 05:39:59] <leakhmskill> my internet dies every night at 8:32
  1587. [2013-01-07 05:40:01] |<-- n00b_ has left freenode (Client Quit)
  1588. [2013-01-07 05:40:07] <leakhmskill> what did I miss?
  1589. [2013-01-07 05:40:33] <Flumentia> The two minute interval happened at the 527th tweet.
  1590. [2013-01-07 05:40:39] <sr01> http://pastebin.com/2xkvnPER
  1591. [2013-01-07 05:40:45] <Flumentia> I get the feeling it's probably a glitch ,but still.
  1592. [2013-01-07 05:40:49] <sr01> flu where did you get that
  1593. [2013-01-07 05:40:59] <Flumentia> Anyway, see you guys in an hour. Keep the wiki updated.
  1594. [2013-01-07 05:41:07] <leakhmskill> 2 minute interval?
  1595. [2013-01-07 05:41:07] <indigo_> The intervals could be like the numbers on the live CD
  1596. [2013-01-07 05:41:14] <Flumentia> sr01: I looked through the tweet history
  1597. [2013-01-07 05:41:22] |<-- Fads has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1598. [2013-01-07 05:41:28] <sr01> no i mean this post
  1599. [2013-01-07 05:41:28] <indigo_> The intervals emplasize maybe or order for creating the jpg
  1600. [2013-01-07 05:41:30] <sr01> http://pastebin.com/2xkvnPER
  1601. [2013-01-07 05:41:30] <Flumentia> It's at 1 hour now, but it was 58 mins then 56 mins
  1602. [2013-01-07 05:41:47] <Flumentia> Oh, it was from the wiki.
  1603. [2013-01-07 05:42:04] <Flumentia> It'shttp://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Category:LINKS_AND_INFORMATIONS_ON_CICADA_PUZZLES_FROM_2012
  1604. [2013-01-07 05:42:06] <sr01> i still hope that its a jpg
  1605. [2013-01-07 05:42:10] <sr01> oh 2012
  1606. [2013-01-07 05:42:10] <Flumentia> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Category:LINKS_AND_INFORMATIONS_ON_CICADA_PUZZLES_FROM_2012
  1607. [2013-01-07 05:42:14] <leakhmskill> well, they have all been at 5 minute intervals
  1608. [2013-01-07 05:42:15] <sr01> i'm an idiot
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  1610. [2013-01-07 05:42:52] <leakhmskill> I have to go now
  1611. [2013-01-07 05:42:59] <leakhmskill> will remain idle
  1612. [2013-01-07 05:43:06] <sr01> adieu
  1613. [2013-01-07 05:43:14] |<-- wasond has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1614. [2013-01-07 05:43:16] <alexanderthegrea> bai
  1615. [2013-01-07 05:43:17] <anonalaala> woah holy shit they're at 4 minutes now
  1616. [2013-01-07 05:43:39] <sr01> they were that since 480 or so
  1617. [2013-01-07 05:43:44] <anonalaala> wtf?
  1618. [2013-01-07 05:43:47] <anonalaala> "OR SO"
  1619. [2013-01-07 05:43:53] <alexanderthegrea> that's what i'm saying, it's changed
  1620. [2013-01-07 05:43:54] <sr01> i dont remember
  1621. [2013-01-07 05:44:00] <sr01> someone must know exactly
  1622. [2013-01-07 05:44:10] <indigo_> Did you consider the title of the song to be an anagram for something else
  1623. [2013-01-07 05:44:11] <Flumentia> Yeah. Anyone know which tweet started the 4 minute thing?
  1624. [2013-01-07 05:44:25] <anonalaala> woah
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  1626. [2013-01-07 05:44:34] <anonalaala> I like the direction indigo_ is going
  1627. [2013-01-07 05:44:37] <Flumentia> Anyways, I seriously have to go now. Have fun solving stuff!
  1628. [2013-01-07 05:44:52] <sr01> run it
  1629. [2013-01-07 05:45:45] <soulseekah> source of tweets is "source":"\u003ca href=\"http:\/\/nowhere.com\" rel=\"nofollow\"\u003e1033\u003c\/a\u003e"
  1630. [2013-01-07 05:46:02] <indigo_> A google search for the name returns nothing at all, so they picked it for a reason. It would be suprised if it was arbutrary, How to decrypt it is another task
  1631. [2013-01-07 05:46:35] <soulseekah> which is simply wgucg u
  1632. [2013-01-07 05:46:40] <soulseekah> <a href="http://nowhere.com" rel="nofollow">1033</a>
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  1634. [2013-01-07 05:47:25] <sr01> 'The Instar Emergence' anagrams to 'Enragement heretics.'
  1635. [2013-01-07 05:47:37] <n00b_> My name says it all, where can I upload a picture for hosting?
  1636. [2013-01-07 05:47:37] |<-- scrounger has left freenode (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
  1637. [2013-01-07 05:47:46] <sr01> sadpanda.us
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  1640. [2013-01-07 05:48:53] <indigo_> sr01
  1641. [2013-01-07 05:49:05] <indigo_> sr01 : is that all, or just one of many?
  1642. [2013-01-07 05:49:05] <anonalaala> great, there's no anagram detector on the net that can handle "the instar emrgence"
  1643. [2013-01-07 05:49:18] <sr01> thats just one i found
  1644. [2013-01-07 05:49:26] <indigo_> Maybe we take the name literally then
  1645. [2013-01-07 05:49:33] <indigo_> Disect the meaning
  1646. [2013-01-07 05:50:00] <n00b_> in·star /ˈinˌstär/ Noun A phase between two periods of molting in the development of an insect larva or other invertebrate animal.
  1647. [2013-01-07 05:50:10] <c4_> like a cicada
  1648. [2013-01-07 05:50:19] <indigo_> I mean the first thing that comes to mind is the most intelegent emerging from the masses, as they are doing recruiting
  1649. [2013-01-07 05:50:38] <alexanderthegrea> e·mer·gence /iˈmərjəns/ Noun The process of coming into being, or of becoming important or prominent. The process of coming into view or becoming exposed after being concealed.
  1650. [2013-01-07 05:50:59] <c4_> Losing anonymity?
  1651. [2013-01-07 05:51:01] <indigo_> n00b_ : thats interesting
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  1653. [2013-01-07 05:51:15] <Sunshine_> Holy shit a lot of lurkers tonight.
  1654. [2013-01-07 05:51:25] <n00b_> Ok, so it's like... The song is about the stage between being more hidden, and coming out of hiding?
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  1657. [2013-01-07 05:51:38] <Cosmo_> I'm still utterly convinced this mp3 is hiding more, I just can't get to the equipment I need to analyse it for another few hours.
  1658. [2013-01-07 05:51:47] <Meowkit> coming into view of whoever is running this thing
  1659. [2013-01-07 05:51:49] <Sunshine_> Sounds like you gents are hard at work.
  1660. [2013-01-07 05:51:51] <anonalaala> Cosmo: we look forward to that
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  1662. [2013-01-07 05:51:58] <n00b_> Is it possible there are files hidden inside the mp3?
  1663. [2013-01-07 05:52:03] <Sunshine_> Sounds unlikely
  1664. [2013-01-07 05:52:11] <anonalaala> there is the poem, but that's all we found
  1665. [2013-01-07 05:52:21] <anonalaala> inside the mp3
  1666. [2013-01-07 05:52:27] <alexanderthegrea> didn't we get the poem from a hexdump of the audio?
  1667. [2013-01-07 05:52:35] <Sunshine_> Yeah
  1668. [2013-01-07 05:52:38] <indigo_> I tried winrar and notepad++, but thats all I'm equiped to handle
  1669. [2013-01-07 05:52:38] <Sunshine_> Something like that
  1670. [2013-01-07 05:52:42] <n00b_> iS THE POEM ON THE wIKI?
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  1672. [2013-01-07 05:52:46] <c4_> Parable 1,595,277,641 Like the instar, tunneling to the surface We must shed our own circumferences; Find the divinity within and emerge.
  1673. [2013-01-07 05:52:47] <n00b_> Caps :P
  1674. [2013-01-07 05:52:54] <c4_> yeh it is
  1675. [2013-01-07 05:53:05] <prime_minister> hey
  1676. [2013-01-07 05:53:08] <alkapwn> would running a hexdump on a backmasked version of the song do anything different?
  1677. [2013-01-07 05:53:17] <Sunshine_> I thought cirumfrences had something to do with pi
  1678. [2013-01-07 05:53:26] <alexanderthegrea> i think we decided on phi
  1679. [2013-01-07 05:53:29] <Cosmo_> Yeah I mean more than the poem
  1680. [2013-01-07 05:53:34] <anonalaala> we need to pay close attention to the word choice and punctuation.
  1681. [2013-01-07 05:53:51] <JohnFrom4chan> no shit, it's 2*pi*radius
  1682. [2013-01-07 05:53:57] <anonalaala> things that jump out
  1683. [2013-01-07 05:54:17] <n00b_> Could 1,595,277,641 be an ISBN somehow?
  1684. [2013-01-07 05:54:22] <anonalaala> tunneling, surface, shed, circumferences, Find, divinity, emerge
  1685. [2013-01-07 05:54:23] <indigo_> I think the hexdump is unique to the encoding event, someone correct me if I'm wrong
  1686. [2013-01-07 05:54:24] <c4_> IT is
  1687. [2013-01-07 05:54:29] <c4_> Its a dvd on maths
  1688. [2013-01-07 05:54:32] <anonalaala> ^
  1689. [2013-01-07 05:54:52] <c4_> No one can get hold of it though
  1690. [2013-01-07 05:55:00] |<-- immortalghost has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  1691. [2013-01-07 05:55:15] <anonalaala> it also HAPPENS to be made by Discovery
  1692. [2013-01-07 05:55:21] <n00b_> Why not?
  1693. [2013-01-07 05:55:30] <Cat__> I looked up the ISBN earlier. Some book about data and analysis.
  1694. [2013-01-07 05:55:34] |<-- Vanhellzing has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1695. [2013-01-07 05:55:40] <c4_> Well my clodest library that has it is 3000 miles away and I'm not paying 40 dollars
  1696. [2013-01-07 05:55:46] <anonalaala> ^
  1697. [2013-01-07 05:56:06] <anonalaala> ok wait
  1698. [2013-01-07 05:56:14] <JohnFrom4chan> http://search.library.wisconsin.edu/catalog/ocm82210704
  1699. [2013-01-07 05:56:18] |<-- Cuboid3301 has left freenode ()
  1700. [2013-01-07 05:56:28] <alexanderthegrea> http://school.discoveryeducation.com/teachersguides/pdf/math/ds/DM_statistics_and_data_analysis.pdf
  1701. [2013-01-07 05:56:32] <JohnFrom4chan> somone from UW do it
  1702. [2013-01-07 05:56:44] <anonalaala> I am
  1703. [2013-01-07 05:56:50] <anonalaala> from UW wat?
  1704. [2013-01-07 05:56:56] <anonalaala> oh wisconsin
  1705. [2013-01-07 05:56:58] <anonalaala> nvm
  1706. [2013-01-07 05:57:05] <indigo_> There is a lot about mean and avreges and range in that lesson plan
  1707. [2013-01-07 05:57:19] <indigo_> Maybe we need to use thoes functions on some set of numbers
  1708. [2013-01-07 05:57:24] <JohnFrom4chan> wisconson madison
  1709. [2013-01-07 05:57:28] <c4_> http://school.discoveryeducation.com/teachersguides/pdf/math/ds/DM_statistics_and_data_analysis.pdf
  1710. [2013-01-07 05:57:36] <JohnFrom4chan> looks like a dead end though
  1711. [2013-01-07 05:57:38] <c4_> lesson plan here if anyone wants to look though
  1712. [2013-01-07 05:57:38] <anonalaala> but hey, how come they used a comma in front of instar correctly, but then did no put one after surface
  1713. [2013-01-07 05:57:53] <indigo_> Have we had any sets of numbers come up?
  1714. [2013-01-07 05:57:54] <JohnFrom4chan> cause it's multimedia publication
  1715. [2013-01-07 05:57:55] |<-- benwaffle has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  1716. [2013-01-07 05:57:57] <JohnFrom4chan> not just the pdf
  1717. [2013-01-07 05:58:11] <jakosdadkoq> i feel so small now
  1718. [2013-01-07 05:58:16] <c4_> They also put a semi colon then capitalzed after, which is incorrect
  1719. [2013-01-07 05:58:23] <anonalaala> exactly
  1720. [2013-01-07 05:58:28] <anonalaala> they do things VERY SPECIFICALLY
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  1723. [2013-01-07 05:58:53] <lulzorz> poetic caps are up to the author almost entirely
  1724. [2013-01-07 05:58:56] <c4_> And finally Find the divinity doesn't sound right, find divinity makes more sense you'd think
  1725. [2013-01-07 05:59:08] |<-- Meowkit has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1726. [2013-01-07 05:59:15] <anonalaala> yes I agree c4
  1727. [2013-01-07 05:59:26] <indigo_> Well then divinity may be as in find the divinity in blank
  1728. [2013-01-07 05:59:39] <Lurker69> anonalaala: DO YOU HAVE LINK TO THAT COMMA BEFORE ISTAR?
  1729. [2013-01-07 05:59:43] -->| keytit (6ccf6e50@gateway/web/freenode/ip.108.207.110.80) has joined #33012013
  1730. [2013-01-07 05:59:50] [INFO] There is nothing to tab-complete. Use F6 to cycle through the user list, input box and the chat output.
  1731. [2013-01-07 05:59:55] <Lurker69> SORRY FOR THE CAPS LOCK
  1732. [2013-01-07 06:00:00] <n00b_> Dad's booting me off the computer
  1733. [2013-01-07 06:00:02] <n00b_> Peace
  1734. [2013-01-07 06:00:03] <iIIustrious> lol
  1735. [2013-01-07 06:00:05] <sr01> adieu
  1736. [2013-01-07 06:00:05] <Lurker69> sorry for the capslock
  1737. [2013-01-07 06:00:07] <c4_> wikipedia says In monotheistic faiths, the word divinity is often used to refer to the singular God central to that faith. Often the word takes the definite article and is capitalized — "the Divinity" — as though it were a proper name or definitive honorific
  1738. [2013-01-07 06:00:16] |<-- n00b_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1739. [2013-01-07 06:00:16] <anonalaala> Lurker69: wat?
  1740. [2013-01-07 06:00:31] |<-- bhfbjd has left freenode (Client Quit)
  1741. [2013-01-07 06:00:31] <Lurker69> how come they used a comma in front of instar correctly, but then did no put one after surface
  1742. [2013-01-07 06:00:37] <sr01> instar emergence = TERCENTENARIES
  1743. [2013-01-07 06:00:41] <Lurker69> ok i have it
  1744. [2013-01-07 06:00:45] <JohnFrom4chan> could it be a phone number? 1595277641
  1745. [2013-01-07 06:00:54] <anonalaala> tried it John
  1746. [2013-01-07 06:01:10] <anonalaala> what about an ip?
  1747. [2013-01-07 06:01:16] <anonalaala> 159.52.77.641
  1748. [2013-01-07 06:01:16] <anonalaala> ?
  1749. [2013-01-07 06:01:24] <c4_> Tried I believe
  1750. [2013-01-07 06:01:24] <anonalaala> does it go that high?
  1751. [2013-01-07 06:01:31] <Sunshine_> ...
  1752. [2013-01-07 06:01:38] -->| tacos (4ad74a2b@gateway/web/freenode/ip.74.215.74.43) has joined #33012013
  1753. [2013-01-07 06:01:41] <Sunshine_> It might be crazy enough to work
  1754. [2013-01-07 06:01:44] <Lurker69> anonalaala: that poem was put togather by us, i will shoe you how it looke in mp3, i think we put commas in it
  1755. [2013-01-07 06:02:00] =-= tacos is now known as Guest29091
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  1757. [2013-01-07 06:02:19] <alexanderthegrea> i suggested ip and then someone said it would be impossible as an ip
  1758. [2013-01-07 06:02:21] |<-- Viperus has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1759. [2013-01-07 06:02:22] <c4_> It's off the gulf of guinra
  1760. [2013-01-07 06:02:24] <c4_> in the sea
  1761. [2013-01-07 06:02:36] <JohnFrom4chan> not for ipv4 at least
  1762. [2013-01-07 06:02:51] <anonalaala> alexander: I agree.
  1763. [2013-01-07 06:03:06] <lulzorz> any of this hex shit could be ipv6, tbh...
  1764. [2013-01-07 06:03:12] <JohnFrom4chan> I know right
  1765. [2013-01-07 06:03:26] <lulzorz> usually they start with 2001 or 2002 or something like that
  1766. [2013-01-07 06:03:33] <alexanderthegrea> anonalaala: agree that it would be impossible?
  1767. [2013-01-07 06:03:44] <anonalaala> mmhmm
  1768. [2013-01-07 06:04:09] |<-- onon has left freenode (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
  1769. [2013-01-07 06:04:10] <lulzorz> actually, any of the hex shit could be ipv4 as well
  1770. [2013-01-07 06:05:12] |<-- Dustin_ has left freenode (Client Quit)
  1771. [2013-01-07 06:05:31] <JohnFrom4chan> "The key is all around you. "
  1772. [2013-01-07 06:05:36] <JohnFrom4chan> could that mean something?
  1773. [2013-01-07 06:05:53] <alexanderthegrea> most definitely
  1774. [2013-01-07 06:05:55] <c4_> It definitely does
  1775. [2013-01-07 06:06:12] <c4_> Should we move this to riddlers?
  1776. [2013-01-07 06:06:17] <alexanderthegrea> sure
  1777. [2013-01-07 06:06:19] <anonalaala> well
  1778. [2013-01-07 06:06:21] <anonalaala> yes
  1779. [2013-01-07 06:06:22] <indigo_> The key is the chemical formula for air :P
  1780. [2013-01-07 06:06:26] <Sunshine_> Yup
  1781. [2013-01-07 06:07:13] -->| onon (kimjong@silenceisdefeat.com) has joined #33012013
  1782. [2013-01-07 06:07:32] <primius> badass hostmask ^
  1783. [2013-01-07 06:07:58] -->| JackHinds (567e2173@gateway/web/freenode/ip.86.126.33.115) has joined #33012013
  1784. [2013-01-07 06:08:16] <anonalaala> what's the riddlers channel
  1785. [2013-01-07 06:08:54] <alexanderthegrea> 33012013subgroupriddlers
  1786. [2013-01-07 06:09:21] <alexanderthegrea> not sure how to make that link
  1787. [2013-01-07 06:09:31] =-= Mode #33012013 +o lulzorz by primius
  1788. [2013-01-07 06:09:56] <lulzorz> primius: sweet, thanks
  1789. [2013-01-07 06:09:59] <JackHinds> hello
  1790. [2013-01-07 06:10:03] <JackHinds> anyone from last year here?
  1791. [2013-01-07 06:10:10] <pr0> what does 761 has to do with anything?
  1792. [2013-01-07 06:10:25] <primius> lulzorz: that's for good work on tweets
  1793. [2013-01-07 06:10:36] <sr01> its the name of the mp3, pr0
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  1795. [2013-01-07 06:10:53] <sr01> the mp3 in the ISO
  1796. [2013-01-07 06:11:00] <alexanderthegrea> reverse it and it's the size of the mp3 as well
  1797. [2013-01-07 06:11:09] <prime_minister> is just a coincide that parable 1595277641 refers to a ISBN about math, data and graph?
  1798. [2013-01-07 06:11:11] <sr01> oui
  1799. [2013-01-07 06:11:18] <sr01> maybe
  1800. [2013-01-07 06:11:21] <sr01> maybe not
  1801. [2013-01-07 06:11:25] <iIIustrious> probably not
  1802. [2013-01-07 06:11:27] <alexanderthegrea> i would never discount anything
  1803. [2013-01-07 06:11:36] <anonalaala> primius: you mean in reference to the ipv4/ipv6 stuff?
  1804. [2013-01-07 06:11:41] <iIIustrious> I wonder how many of the words from the parable are used in the book
  1805. [2013-01-07 06:11:49] <sr01> neither would i, but we guess so much
  1806. [2013-01-07 06:11:59] <alexanderthegrea> yeah...
  1807. [2013-01-07 06:12:07] <pr0> theres a lot of parables crowley wrote
  1808. [2013-01-07 06:12:19] <prime_minister> billions?
  1809. [2013-01-07 06:12:33] <primius> anonalaala: hmm?
  1810. [2013-01-07 06:12:34] <leakhmskill> okay
  1811. [2013-01-07 06:12:35] <leakhmskill> I am back
  1812. [2013-01-07 06:12:39] <leakhmskill> what did I miss?
  1813. [2013-01-07 06:12:49] =-= Mode #33012013 +o iIIustrious by primius
  1814. [2013-01-07 06:12:54] <anonalaala> nothing :(
  1815. [2013-01-07 06:13:17] <iIIustrious> huh
  1816. [2013-01-07 06:13:21] <iIIustrious> the other me is gone
  1817. [2013-01-07 06:13:27] <pr0> what are the factors of 1595277641 again
  1818. [2013-01-07 06:13:34] =-= Mode #33012013 +o crash_demons by lulzorz
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  1820. [2013-01-07 06:14:13] <alexanderthegrea> try the factors of each number seperate since that is how it was given to us
  1821. [2013-01-07 06:14:33] <Lurker69> anonalaala: sorry ui forgot about you http://prntscr.com/odz7t this is origin of that poem about instar and surface
  1822. [2013-01-07 06:14:45] <bakpak2hvy> night guys
  1823. [2013-01-07 06:14:46] <JohnFrom4chan> 1031*1229*1259
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  1826. [2013-01-07 06:15:16] =-= bakpak2hvy is now known as bak|sleep
  1827. [2013-01-07 06:15:20] <pr0> parable 1031, 1229, and 1259
  1828. [2013-01-07 06:15:22] <bak|sleep> damn
  1829. [2013-01-07 06:15:25] <Lurker69> hi n_factor
  1830. [2013-01-07 06:15:28] <bak|sleep> just when n_factor comes in
  1831. [2013-01-07 06:15:34] <n_factor> hi
  1832. [2013-01-07 06:15:34] <bak|sleep> i would stick around if i could
  1833. [2013-01-07 06:15:35] <n_factor> whats up
  1834. [2013-01-07 06:15:36] <bak|sleep> also
  1835. [2013-01-07 06:15:38] =-= Mode #33012013 +o Lurker69 by bak|sleep
  1836. [2013-01-07 06:15:44] <bak|sleep> alright, now goodnight
  1837. [2013-01-07 06:15:52] <Lurker69> night bakpak
  1838. [2013-01-07 06:16:10] <n_factor> whats the latest
  1839. [2013-01-07 06:16:11] <n_factor> i've been gone all day
  1840. [2013-01-07 06:16:13] <Lurker69> n_factor: we probably solved the tweets
  1841. [2013-01-07 06:16:15] |<-- fasd has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  1842. [2013-01-07 06:16:21] <n_factor> had to tell a woman she fried her laptop cpu
  1843. [2013-01-07 06:16:23] <n_factor> oh?
  1844. [2013-01-07 06:16:27] <n_factor> jpeg headers...
  1845. [2013-01-07 06:16:30] <Lurker69> it looks it is a jpg
  1846. [2013-01-07 06:16:34] <n_factor> ?
  1847. [2013-01-07 06:16:46] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory
  1848. [2013-01-07 06:17:01] <n_factor> you mean with the huffman encoding in it?
  1849. [2013-01-07 06:17:01] <Lurker69> but we need more of it to be able to open the file
  1850. [2013-01-07 06:17:05] |<-- anonymouse45w34t has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  1851. [2013-01-07 06:17:19] <Lurker69> n_factor: simple jpg file
  1852. [2013-01-07 06:17:19] <leakhmskill> are waiting on the twitter to stop posting
  1853. [2013-01-07 06:17:26] <indigo_> This link contains all three factors in a row http://altiserv.jpl.nasa.gov/aws/dataset/base_rgdr/cyc417/Trgdr_417_203.nc/slope_retrk1_c[]?output=json
  1854. [2013-01-07 06:17:29] <Lurker69> just hex -> ascii
  1855. [2013-01-07 06:17:29] <leakhmskill> to try again?
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  1858. [2013-01-07 06:18:10] <Lurker69> indigo_: what is that?
  1859. [2013-01-07 06:18:19] <Anonymous_user1> hello...
  1860. [2013-01-07 06:18:22] |<-- maxxtro9 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1861. [2013-01-07 06:18:23] <Lurker69> hi
  1862. [2013-01-07 06:18:25] |<-- mercurial_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  1863. [2013-01-07 06:18:33] <Anonymous_user1> any new developments?
  1864. [2013-01-07 06:18:40] <n_factor> do we have a complete file so far?
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  1866. [2013-01-07 06:18:43] <n_factor> from the tweets
  1867. [2013-01-07 06:18:55] <lulzorz> no
  1868. [2013-01-07 06:18:58] <Lurker69> n_factor: no waiting for tweets to stop
  1869. [2013-01-07 06:18:59] <anonalaala> nope. And the time between tweets has changed...
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  1871. [2013-01-07 06:19:01] <n_factor> if someone could combine the tweets at xxxxxx: offsets it would be a good place to start
  1872. [2013-01-07 06:19:02] <lulzorz> it's still going last I checked
  1873. [2013-01-07 06:19:16] <indigo_> someone asked for the factors of the number, and someone replied with parable 1031, 1229, and 1259
  1874. [2013-01-07 06:19:21] <Anonymous_user1> what code is he using in the tweets?
  1875. [2013-01-07 06:19:22] <lulzorz> n_factor: I do that and post the b64'd results once in a while
  1876. [2013-01-07 06:19:27] <indigo_> a google search for those three numbers comes up with that link
  1877. [2013-01-07 06:19:27] <Lurker69> we thoufh that it will stop aat 464 or ehatever is thne 3301 number dut it didnt
  1878. [2013-01-07 06:19:30] <anonalaala> is no one concerned that the offsets are 7 characters and not 8? or am I an idiot
  1879. [2013-01-07 06:19:44] <indigo_> and a fed ex package which doesn't exist, just the same string type
  1880. [2013-01-07 06:19:49] <Lurker69> indigo_: ok, seems not connected
  1881. [2013-01-07 06:20:05] <lulzorz> <@lulzorz> https://pastee.org/kszj9 http://i.imgur.com/DBw9j.png < 509 tweets
  1882. [2013-01-07 06:20:28] <indigo_> Lurker69 : alright, was't sure if anyone else could make sense of it
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  1885. [2013-01-07 06:21:04] <JackHinds> why would they tweet these numbers constantly?
  1886. [2013-01-07 06:21:09] <Lurker69> indigo_: well it might be something but id desnt look like it nasa.gov
  1887. [2013-01-07 06:21:09] <n_factor> I have some forensic software that cops use to try to find jpeg images from partial files.
  1888. [2013-01-07 06:21:13] <Skel_> They tweet every 4 minutes
  1889. [2013-01-07 06:21:18] <n_factor> if i can get the whole thing put together
  1890. [2013-01-07 06:21:23] <lulzorz> that png is the original .jpg header patched into the twitter data
  1891. [2013-01-07 06:21:24] <pr0> maybe we will understand the [poems after seeing the jpg
  1892. [2013-01-07 06:21:31] <Lurker69> n_factor: try it
  1893. [2013-01-07 06:21:37] <anonalaala> I think they're unrelated
  1894. [2013-01-07 06:21:52] <lulzorz> n_factor: photorec on the iso wouldn't be a bad idea
  1895. [2013-01-07 06:21:56] <n_factor> can you give me the file you used for that lulzorz?
  1896. [2013-01-07 06:21:57] <Lurker69> i tried it with JPEGSNOOP but it is nothing for now
  1897. [2013-01-07 06:21:57] <Skel_> Does anyone think the number 4 is important?
  1898. [2013-01-07 06:22:11] <Dafodilianv> Yes
  1899. [2013-01-07 06:22:16] <Lurker69> n_factor: i also have a friend working in forensics lab :-)
  1900. [2013-01-07 06:22:21] <Dafodilianv> I've been saying that all along
  1901. [2013-01-07 06:22:22] |<-- sr01 has left freenode (Ping timeout: 255 seconds)
  1902. [2013-01-07 06:22:30] <indigo_> same with google similar image search, no dice
  1903. [2013-01-07 06:22:33] <leakhmskill> the tweets used to be every 5 minutes
  1904. [2013-01-07 06:22:37] <leakhmskill> did the intervals change?
  1905. [2013-01-07 06:22:38] <Dafodilianv> and I've been saying the twit rate is important
  1906. [2013-01-07 06:22:40] <n_factor> also, you might try using some specialized "filesystem independant" photo recovery software
  1907. [2013-01-07 06:22:41] <Dafodilianv> yes
  1908. [2013-01-07 06:22:43] <Skel_> They are now 4
  1909. [2013-01-07 06:22:51] <Lurker69> leakhmskill: yes now are every 4 minutes, i think
  1910. [2013-01-07 06:22:55] <leakhmskill> because it dropped to 2 minutes at one point
  1911. [2013-01-07 06:22:59] <leakhmskill> then went back to five
  1912. [2013-01-07 06:23:01] <Anonymous_user1> can someone fill me in?
  1913. [2013-01-07 06:23:01] <leakhmskill> now four
  1914. [2013-01-07 06:23:02] <n_factor> ones that can take data pieces and reconstruct the orriginal jpeg
  1915. [2013-01-07 06:23:14] <Anonymous_user1> the meaning of 3301?
  1916. [2013-01-07 06:23:20] <Dafodilianv> you can search multiple significant four-char phrases in the twets
  1917. [2013-01-07 06:23:21] <Cosmo_> check the wiki
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  1919. [2013-01-07 06:23:23] <lulzorz> n_factor: the pastebin link is the raw twitter data assembled and b64'd
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  1921. [2013-01-07 06:23:34] <Skel_> Can we have an up to date for people now joining in?
  1922. [2013-01-07 06:23:35] <lulzorz> n_factor: take this to #3301hackers, there's too much noise here
  1923. [2013-01-07 06:23:38] <Lurker69> n_factor: i get no SOI marker error
  1924. [2013-01-07 06:23:40] <n_factor> which pastebin
  1925. [2013-01-07 06:23:43] <Dafodilianv> check the wiki
  1926. [2013-01-07 06:24:23] <Cosmo_> Now I'm assuming someone's done it, but anyone backmasked the mp3? Anything?
  1927. [2013-01-07 06:24:51] <primius> it's half-backmasked to begin with
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  1929. [2013-01-07 06:24:56] <soulseekah> live tweet updates, tab delimited with dates http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html
  1930. [2013-01-07 06:25:00] |<-- dinodigo has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  1931. [2013-01-07 06:25:31] <Skel_> New tweet
  1932. [2013-01-07 06:25:36] <leakhmskill> hey
  1933. [2013-01-07 06:25:46] <leakhmskill> does anyone know what the tweet headers are?
  1934. [2013-01-07 06:25:55] <leakhmskill> i mean, are they counting up
  1935. [2013-01-07 06:26:10] <soulseekah> they're offsets
  1936. [2013-01-07 06:26:14] <soulseekah> 65 bytes
  1937. [2013-01-07 06:26:19] <leakhmskill> and if so, at what point will it run out of space in the 7 digits?
  1938. [2013-01-07 06:26:28] <Dafodilianv> I proposed that they are a timing system used in chess
  1939. [2013-01-07 06:26:30] <leakhmskill> how many tweets?
  1940. [2013-01-07 06:26:46] <Dafodilianv> over a thousand?
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  1942. [2013-01-07 06:27:03] <soulseekah> ffffffff = 4294967295 bytes
  1943. [2013-01-07 06:27:16] <soulseekah> oh there are 7
  1944. [2013-01-07 06:27:17] <leakhmskill> I'm trying to think of a time when it stop making tweets
  1945. [2013-01-07 06:27:30] <soulseekah> 268435455 bytes max
  1946. [2013-01-07 06:27:51] <soulseekah> ~268 megabytes
  1947. [2013-01-07 06:28:00] <Dafodilianv> It was constant at 5 the entire time I documented it on the wiki
  1948. [2013-01-07 06:28:17] <anonalaala> it changed to 4 at some point
  1949. [2013-01-07 06:28:19] <leakhmskill> well, maybe it will stop tweeting at some point
  1950. [2013-01-07 06:28:21] |<-- onon has left freenode (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
  1951. [2013-01-07 06:28:26] <Dafodilianv> producing repeating prime number sequences corresponding to the poems I might add
  1952. [2013-01-07 06:28:28] <leakhmskill> and we'll have the .jpg then
  1953. [2013-01-07 06:28:40] <anonalaala> if it's a ,jpg
  1954. [2013-01-07 06:28:42] <soulseekah> at the current rate of 65 bytes per tweet will need 4129776 tweets to run out
  1955. [2013-01-07 06:28:43] <leakhmskill> so, in a month or so
  1956. [2013-01-07 06:28:50] <leakhmskill> maybe a year
  1957. [2013-01-07 06:28:57] <Lesmo> Nah, it changed to 4min per tweet by Sun Jan 06 23:56:01 +0000
  1958. [2013-01-07 06:29:10] <leakhmskill> was there a change in headers?
  1959. [2013-01-07 06:29:11] <soulseekah> i doubt it will be tweeting 260 mb of data
  1960. [2013-01-07 06:29:31] <leakhmskill> with the change in intervals?
  1961. [2013-01-07 06:29:57] <anonalaala> it makes no sense that they would just make us wait. THere's a reason it's like this... if it's an image, why make us wait to compile it. Why not just give us the code to see what we can do with it
  1962. [2013-01-07 06:30:01] <soulseekah> nope
  1963. [2013-01-07 06:30:32] <leakhmskill> let's say we didn't have the twitter, what could we do instead?
  1964. [2013-01-07 06:30:38] <anonalaala> ^
  1965. [2013-01-07 06:30:40] <leakhmskill> what is there to work on?
  1966. [2013-01-07 06:30:50] <anonalaala> the parable poem
  1967. [2013-01-07 06:30:53] <Dafodilianv> Analyze the data/music/poem (to death)
  1968. [2013-01-07 06:30:55] <anonalaala> things are given together
  1969. [2013-01-07 06:30:56] <Dafodilianv> we have done
  1970. [2013-01-07 06:31:05] <Cosmo_> I've started on the music.
  1971. [2013-01-07 06:31:20] <anonalaala> Parable 1,595,277,641 is given WITH the poem
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  1973. [2013-01-07 06:31:23] <leakhmskill> what is the parable poem?
  1974. [2013-01-07 06:31:26] <anonalaala> they are related
  1975. [2013-01-07 06:31:29] <JackHinds> on the music too
  1976. [2013-01-07 06:31:34] <Dafodilianv> it's on the wiki
  1977. [2013-01-07 06:31:38] <anonalaala> yes and ON the music
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  1979. [2013-01-07 06:31:46] <Dafodilianv> it's 11/9/11
  1980. [2013-01-07 06:31:49] <Dafodilianv> repherences pi and phi
  1981. [2013-01-07 06:32:16] <Dafodilianv> or 11/10/11
  1982. [2013-01-07 06:32:35] <anonalaala> honestly there's got to be a way to identify the song. I haven't shazam'd it but /mu/ didn't turn up anything, all my hipster buddies don't know it
  1983. [2013-01-07 06:32:56] <Anonymous_user1> i can shazam it now.
  1984. [2013-01-07 06:33:00] <Dafodilianv> It's probably original
  1985. [2013-01-07 06:33:04] <Dafodilianv> but youc an try
  1986. [2013-01-07 06:33:14] <Skel_> did anyone even bother to search the other videos on the channels?
  1987. [2013-01-07 06:33:15] <Skel_> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7_DjBM-sfD__nY3umx_1hQ/videos
  1988. [2013-01-07 06:33:16] <anonalaala> I could be wrong, but I don't think someone at Cicada just decided to write and perform a song
  1989. [2013-01-07 06:33:34] <Dafodilianv> the youtube channel isn't official
  1990. [2013-01-07 06:33:43] <Cosmo_> I'm mostly confused about the quality. These guys can do all this but they choose a shitty recording?
  1991. [2013-01-07 06:33:44] <Dafodilianv> neither are the pictures
  1992. [2013-01-07 06:33:59] <Dafodilianv> that's also youtube shitting it up
  1993. [2013-01-07 06:34:01] <Lurker69> anonalaala: do you know that song is palindromic?
  1994. [2013-01-07 06:34:04] <Dafodilianv> they didn't upload it to youtube
  1995. [2013-01-07 06:34:07] <Anonymous_user1> Its not original
  1996. [2013-01-07 06:34:09] <Dafodilianv> and recursive
  1997. [2013-01-07 06:34:12] <Anonymous_user1> Its a song called Prisma
  1998. [2013-01-07 06:34:15] <Anonymous_user1> by Jewel case
  1999. [2013-01-07 06:34:17] <anonalaala> ^
  2000. [2013-01-07 06:34:18] <anonalaala> ^
  2001. [2013-01-07 06:34:18] <anonalaala> ^
  2002. [2013-01-07 06:34:18] <anonalaala> ^
  2003. [2013-01-07 06:34:20] <anonalaala> HOLY SHIT
  2004. [2013-01-07 06:34:22] <Lurker69> link
  2005. [2013-01-07 06:34:22] <Lesmo> .... and Shazam can't match it. Tried that earlier.
  2006. [2013-01-07 06:34:22] <Dafodilianv> NICE
  2007. [2013-01-07 06:34:24] <anonalaala> THERE WE GO
  2008. [2013-01-07 06:34:43] <Anonymous_user1> You're welcome.
  2009. [2013-01-07 06:35:14] <Sunshine_> Badass
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  2011. [2013-01-07 06:35:25] <leakhmskill> how did you know that?
  2012. [2013-01-07 06:35:36] <leakhmskill> who are you?
  2013. [2013-01-07 06:35:36] <Lurker69> and where can we find it
  2014. [2013-01-07 06:35:37] <Sunshine_> That's a good question.
  2015. [2013-01-07 06:35:42] <Anonymous_user1> Shazam told me.
  2016. [2013-01-07 06:35:48] <Cosmo_> uuuh
  2017. [2013-01-07 06:35:50] <Cosmo_> what?
  2018. [2013-01-07 06:35:50] <Cosmo_> https://soundcloud.com/lforecordings/jewel-case-prisma-ep
  2019. [2013-01-07 06:36:03] <Cosmo_> Sorry to shoot you down, but i don't think so
  2020. [2013-01-07 06:36:11] <maxxtro9> self propaganda?
  2021. [2013-01-07 06:36:40] <Lurker69> song is specialy mage because it is palindromic , i have no idea how yiou can make palindromic song
  2022. [2013-01-07 06:36:45] <Anonymous_user1> I'll go sit in the corner....
  2023. [2013-01-07 06:36:49] <anonalaala> Oh damnit
  2024. [2013-01-07 06:36:49] <Lurker69> sure not only with gutar
  2025. [2013-01-07 06:36:57] <Dafodilianv> Reminds me of lateralus
  2026. [2013-01-07 06:37:02] <Cosmo_> I have no idea how it's palindromic at all
  2027. [2013-01-07 06:37:12] <Dafodilianv> it's the same
  2028. [2013-01-07 06:37:15] <Dafodilianv> played in reverse
  2029. [2013-01-07 06:37:27] |<-- jalepeno10 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2030. [2013-01-07 06:37:33] <Cosmo_> Except it's not is it?
  2031. [2013-01-07 06:37:38] <Lurker69> if you reverse the song and play both songe (notrmal and reversed) at same time you get silence
  2032. [2013-01-07 06:37:39] <Dafodilianv> No
  2033. [2013-01-07 06:37:43] <Dafodilianv> But it's what I've heard
  2034. [2013-01-07 06:37:46] <maxxtro9> http://primes.utm.edu/curios/page.php/1231507051321.html
  2035. [2013-01-07 06:37:50] <Cosmo_> ....I'm going to do that
  2036. [2013-01-07 06:38:08] |<-- Skel_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2037. [2013-01-07 06:38:09] <Lurker69> Cosmo_: that is what people said, i didnt test it yet
  2038. [2013-01-07 06:38:52] <JackHinds> played it reverse and it ins't the same
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  2040. [2013-01-07 06:38:58] <Dafodilianv> we should cull this fellow http://cryptoforums.net
  2041. [2013-01-07 06:39:05] <JackHinds> also i don't think there's any hidden message in the actual song
  2042. [2013-01-07 06:39:08] <Cosmo_> That's ok. I'm going to do it and find out. Although it's with pretty low tech software. I'll combine the normals and reversed clips, see how it goes.
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  2044. [2013-01-07 06:40:03] <alkapwn> I reversed it in audacity and played it over the original track and I'm definitely hearing something...nothing significant but theres sound there
  2045. [2013-01-07 06:40:15] <JackHinds> did you normalize it?
  2046. [2013-01-07 06:40:59] <alkapwn> trying that now
  2047. [2013-01-07 06:41:11] <alexanderthegrea> maxxtro9: well it's good to know the significance of the twitter handle
  2048. [2013-01-07 06:41:16] <Cosmo_> Why normalise it? If there's something there you'll lose it
  2049. [2013-01-07 06:41:28] <JackHinds> lol
  2050. [2013-01-07 06:41:30] <JackHinds> how's that?
  2051. [2013-01-07 06:41:58] <Cosmo_> Normalising in audacity is setting a limit and reducing the peaks and bringing the dips to the same level
  2052. [2013-01-07 06:42:13] <Cosmo_> It makes the quiet bits loud and the loud bits quiet
  2053. [2013-01-07 06:42:33] <Lurker69> i dont know much about audio engineering but people skilled in it said that song is palindrmoic, when i asked if that means that reverse is the same they told that not exactly but that if you play them both they cancel each other...
  2054. [2013-01-07 06:42:34] <JackHinds> then i guess audacity is shitty
  2055. [2013-01-07 06:42:37] <JackHinds> try soundforge
  2056. [2013-01-07 06:42:42] <soulseekah> Cosmo_, that's compression
  2057. [2013-01-07 06:42:46] <JackHinds> you can't lose sound
  2058. [2013-01-07 06:42:56] <Cosmo_> No compression is setting a peak.
  2059. [2013-01-07 06:42:59] <JackHinds> because the original mp3 is kinda silent
  2060. [2013-01-07 06:42:59] <soulseekah> no
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  2062. [2013-01-07 06:43:16] <soulseekah> setting a peak is hard-limiting
  2063. [2013-01-07 06:43:25] <Cosmo_> While I don't like to talk about myself all that much, I'm at university studying music technology.
  2064. [2013-01-07 06:43:35] <JackHinds> well
  2065. [2013-01-07 06:43:40] <JackHinds> audacity is a shitty program my friend
  2066. [2013-01-07 06:43:40] <soulseekah> compression is what you described as "the quiet bits loud and the loud bits quiet"
  2067. [2013-01-07 06:43:49] <Cosmo_> hang on
  2068. [2013-01-07 06:43:56] <JackHinds> why don't you download soundforge?
  2069. [2013-01-07 06:43:58] <Lurker69> Cosmo_: then you should know much more about it than me
  2070. [2013-01-07 06:44:15] <primius> compression makes waves squarer, that is all
  2071. [2013-01-07 06:44:21] <soulseekah> no
  2072. [2013-01-07 06:44:26] <primius> steeper waves = louder sound
  2073. [2013-01-07 06:44:39] <Cosmo_> No, higher waves equals louder sound
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  2076. [2013-01-07 06:45:14] <Cosmo_> steeper just suggests a higher frequency
  2077. [2013-01-07 06:45:16] <primius> you look me in the face and tell me a sine wave is the same loudness as a square wave with equal amplitude
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  2080. [2013-01-07 06:45:34] <Cosmo_> Ok. I would. But that's fairly impossible.
  2081. [2013-01-07 06:45:39] <jester__> alright I've read the wiki. Someone fill me in. anything new?
  2082. [2013-01-07 06:45:40] <Cosmo_> An amplitude is an amplitude
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  2084. [2013-01-07 06:45:49] <alexanderthegrea> a steeper wave just means a larger jump from one level to the next
  2085. [2013-01-07 06:45:51] <pr0> http://www.afterdawn.com/software/audio_video/audio_tools/encspot.cfm
  2086. [2013-01-07 06:46:22] <Cosmo_> A square wave spends longer at a higher amplitude because without it's gradient, it's got a higher 'on' time
  2087. [2013-01-07 06:46:29] <Cosmo_> it's not louder, there's just more of it
  2088. [2013-01-07 06:46:31] <indigo_> Try doing something like this with the mp3, http://www.cracked.com/article_18896_10-mind-blowing-easter-eggs-hidden-in-famous-albums.html
  2089. [2013-01-07 06:46:41] <soulseekah> in any case start with a freqency graph
  2090. [2013-01-07 06:46:50] <Lurker69> Cosmo_: i checked i am sorry maybe it is not palindromic ....
  2091. [2013-01-07 06:47:25] <Lurker69> i guess it was only a rumour, will chek logs
  2092. [2013-01-07 06:47:27] <Cosmo_> No need to be sorry, we're all just looking for answers.
  2093. [2013-01-07 06:47:37] <JackHinds> ok
  2094. [2013-01-07 06:47:41] <JackHinds> who's working on the sound?
  2095. [2013-01-07 06:47:45] <JackHinds> i got an idea
  2096. [2013-01-07 06:47:46] <Cosmo_> It's not palindromic, and I've just noticed that both stereo tracks have slight variations
  2097. [2013-01-07 06:47:55] <Cosmo_> That's unusual for an mp3 as it is.
  2098. [2013-01-07 06:48:10] <JackHinds> did you play them both at the same time, one normal and one reverse?
  2099. [2013-01-07 06:48:26] <soulseekah> has anyone got an image of the spetrogram of the song?
  2100. [2013-01-07 06:48:34] <Cosmo_> Yep, I'm hearing nothing so unusual it jumps out at me, but I'm going to get another looks later
  2101. [2013-01-07 06:48:55] <Cosmo_> Not right now. In a couple of hours I'll be doing it on Logic and pro tools. Anyone else?
  2102. [2013-01-07 06:49:06] <JackHinds> ok
  2103. [2013-01-07 06:49:08] <JackHinds> try this
  2104. [2013-01-07 06:49:12] <JackHinds> speeding it up
  2105. [2013-01-07 06:49:18] <JackHinds> i doubled the speed
  2106. [2013-01-07 06:49:20] <JackHinds> and the last part
  2107. [2013-01-07 06:49:24] <JackHinds> the one that is the loudest
  2108. [2013-01-07 06:49:31] <JackHinds> 1:54
  2109. [2013-01-07 06:49:32] <JackHinds> around there
  2110. [2013-01-07 06:49:34] <JackHinds> till the end
  2111. [2013-01-07 06:49:47] <JackHinds> it sounds better in a way that resembles the original music better
  2112. [2013-01-07 06:49:50] <JackHinds> they slowed it down
  2113. [2013-01-07 06:50:01] <JackHinds> i think they want us to identify the origin of the song
  2114. [2013-01-07 06:50:03] <Cosmo_> (as a side note I'm looking at a log f spectogram on audacity)
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  2116. [2013-01-07 06:50:15] <jester__> JackHinds has a good idea.
  2117. [2013-01-07 06:50:21] <Rings012> So... what are the key points we're working on (currently) ?
  2118. [2013-01-07 06:50:29] |<-- c4_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2119. [2013-01-07 06:50:49] <Cosmo_> I'm getting everything (if anything) i can from the mp3
  2120. [2013-01-07 06:50:58] <JackHinds> i need to eat
  2121. [2013-01-07 06:51:01] <Rings012> Or is this just a group speculation? Im eager to help in any way but dont know where to start
  2122. [2013-01-07 06:51:12] <Cosmo_> JackHinds: I'll take a look
  2123. [2013-01-07 06:51:21] <JackHinds> wait
  2124. [2013-01-07 06:51:28] <JackHinds> i'll export it
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  2126. [2013-01-07 06:51:54] <lulzorz> Cosmo_: square wave with peaks at 0.3 is louder than a sine wave with peaks at 0.8
  2127. [2013-01-07 06:52:01] <soulseekah> there's a lot of stuff going on in the spectrum
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  2130. [2013-01-07 06:52:21] <perpetualdrivel> what if you take the song and convert the notes into binary. on/off. notes with finger on string/open notes.
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  2133. [2013-01-07 06:52:44] <perpetualdrivel> it repeats a lot.
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  2135. [2013-01-07 06:53:11] <JackHinds> i tell you
  2136. [2013-01-07 06:53:15] <JackHinds> they want us to identify the song
  2137. [2013-01-07 06:53:17] <JackHinds> the last part
  2138. [2013-01-07 06:53:22] <JackHinds> was the one that got me
  2139. [2013-01-07 06:53:26] <Cosmo_> Lulzorz: I'm not saying you're wrong (You may very well be right) But can I ask where you got this from?
  2140. [2013-01-07 06:53:28] <JackHinds> they slowed it down
  2141. [2013-01-07 06:53:42] <JackHinds> i just tried speeding it up and slowing it down
  2142. [2013-01-07 06:53:47] <JackHinds> and speeding it up did the trick
  2143. [2013-01-07 06:53:49] <soulseekah> http://www.anony.ws/i/2013/01/07/SE5OU.png
  2144. [2013-01-07 06:53:52] <leakhmskill> okay, I have to go now
  2145. [2013-01-07 06:53:58] <Cosmo_> Holy shit..... wait
  2146. [2013-01-07 06:53:59] <leakhmskill> see you guys later
  2147. [2013-01-07 06:54:10] <leakhmskill> unless cosmo has a breakthrough
  2148. [2013-01-07 06:54:11] <soulseekah> note the end, how low band is missing
  2149. [2013-01-07 06:54:14] |<-- primius has left freenode (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
  2150. [2013-01-07 06:54:18] <JackHinds> i'll be back
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  2152. [2013-01-07 06:54:36] <Cosmo_> Dammit, no I don't, sorry for the false hope
  2153. [2013-01-07 06:54:54] <leakhmskill> alright, it's off to homework and bed with me then
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  2155. [2013-01-07 06:54:59] <lulzorz> Cosmo_: I just generated them myself and listened
  2156. [2013-01-07 06:55:00] <soulseekah> and the first part, the breath
  2157. [2013-01-07 06:55:02] <youdontknow> What about the title, any possibility for significance there?
  2158. [2013-01-07 06:55:04] <leakhmskill> sorry I couldn't add anything today
  2159. [2013-01-07 06:55:13] <leakhmskill> will return tomorrow
  2160. [2013-01-07 06:55:16] <soulseekah> youdontknow, 761 is 167 seconds in reverse
  2161. [2013-01-07 06:55:29] <leakhmskill> good luck to you all
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  2163. [2013-01-07 06:55:45] <youdontknow> right, but the instar emgergence, what about that? any sort of correlation to it and the poems/parables?
  2164. [2013-01-07 06:55:58] <indigo_> youdontknow: we explored that before, theres a general consensous that it means something, but we hit a dead end
  2165. [2013-01-07 06:56:07] <youdontknow> gotcha
  2166. [2013-01-07 06:56:10] <Cosmo_> Lulzorz: That's psychoacoustics for you. You're right, it sounds louder, all I'm saying is that what we hear and what is fact are two very different things. Something I learned far too much in my second year.
  2167. [2013-01-07 06:56:12] <soulseekah> also there's a long strip of noise at 15.9khz
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  2169. [2013-01-07 06:56:29] <indigo_> youdontknow: the poem embeded in the mp3 sort of relates to the title
  2170. [2013-01-07 06:56:30] <soulseekah> 15.6-16.1kHz
  2171. [2013-01-07 06:56:32] <pr0> in that spectrum most of the noise doesn't reach above 5k?
  2172. [2013-01-07 06:56:36] <alexanderthegrea> if the poem had a title it would be the same as the title of the video
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  2176. [2013-01-07 06:57:13] <indigo_> alexanderthegrea : video, you mean mp3?
  2177. [2013-01-07 06:57:21] <lulzorz> Cosmo_: right, which is how compression works
  2178. [2013-01-07 06:57:28] <alexanderthegrea> yeah that's what i meant
  2179. [2013-01-07 06:57:55] <maxxtro9> "The key is all around you". Some one said before that the key was the air chemical equation. What about saving the .jpg as .air? Thats executable with adobe
  2180. [2013-01-07 06:57:57] <Cosmo_> lulzorz: Okay.
  2181. [2013-01-07 06:58:06] <soulseekah> also, starting 1:55 there are 0db dips at 0Hz-500Hz
  2182. [2013-01-07 06:58:31] <primius> >air chemical equation
  2183. [2013-01-07 06:58:34] <soulseekah> which is not natural at all
  2184. [2013-01-07 06:58:35] <primius> >air is an element
  2185. [2013-01-07 06:58:43] <Cosmo_> soulseekah: This is good stuff.
  2186. [2013-01-07 06:58:44] <primius> >welcome to 1245
  2187. [2013-01-07 06:58:51] <maxxtro9> i know, im not yalking about that
  2188. [2013-01-07 06:59:04] <maxxtro9> just came to me that .air is an exe
  2189. [2013-01-07 06:59:06] <indigo_> maxxtro9 : that was me, I was being sarcastic, but if you see something in that, feel free to explore
  2190. [2013-01-07 06:59:10] |<-- Guest29091 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2191. [2013-01-07 06:59:25] <joskadkov>
  2192. [2013-01-07 06:59:30] |<-- joskadkov has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2193. [2013-01-07 06:59:36] <maxxtro9> Dont have adobe here...
  2194. [2013-01-07 06:59:47] <alexanderthegrea> maxxtro9: i agree, i don't have adobe though
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  2196. [2013-01-07 07:00:02] <soulseekah> what do you need adobe?
  2197. [2013-01-07 07:00:04] <primius> 3301 has never required closed-source software
  2198. [2013-01-07 07:00:11] <maxxtro9> to open .air files
  2199. [2013-01-07 07:00:21] <soulseekah> have we got an AIR file?
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  2201. [2013-01-07 07:00:49] <indigo_> No, just speculation of saving the jpg as one
  2202. [2013-01-07 07:00:51] <Flumentia> OK what did I miss
  2203. [2013-01-07 07:01:04] <soulseekah> what jpg?
  2204. [2013-01-07 07:01:13] <indigo_> idk, one of many
  2205. [2013-01-07 07:01:17] <soulseekah> I see
  2206. [2013-01-07 07:01:51] <Flumentia> So, what went on in the last hour? What ideas do we have?
  2207. [2013-01-07 07:02:05] <indigo_> Flumentia : Just more exploration of the spectrum of the mp3 and the title, but nothing discovered
  2208. [2013-01-07 07:02:28] <michconner> has anyone looked at this yet? http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/PGP_Signature_from_live_cd
  2209. [2013-01-07 07:02:29] <indigo_> also, the key around us = air chemical equation (meh idea)
  2210. [2013-01-07 07:02:56] <Flumentia> OK. I may have a few ideas, walking seriously helps you get ideas together. I suggest it for you guys too. I'll let you know what I find, if anything.
  2211. [2013-01-07 07:03:05] <indigo_> michconner : what about it?
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  2214. [2013-01-07 07:04:09] <alexanderthegrea> air doen't have a chemical equation, it is made up of different chemicals but there is no definitive air molecule
  2215. [2013-01-07 07:04:31] <indigo_> alexanderthegrea: thats what I mean, just I didn't know what to call t
  2216. [2013-01-07 07:04:47] <indigo_> like precentages or such
  2217. [2013-01-07 07:05:24] <JohnFrom4chan> how bout .ria?
  2218. [2013-01-07 07:05:40] <michconner> I was thinking there might be a hidden message in it, I just didnt know if anyone else tried to decode it
  2219. [2013-01-07 07:05:48] <Sunshine_> Technology is all around us
  2220. [2013-01-07 07:05:55] <Sunshine_> people are all around us
  2221. [2013-01-07 07:06:01] <Sunshine_> Just throwing out ideas.
  2222. [2013-01-07 07:06:13] <Sunshine_> Bugs are all around us
  2223. [2013-01-07 07:06:27] <indigo_> We are all around us
  2224. [2013-01-07 07:06:38] <Flumentia> Has anyone gone through all of the files on the .iso?
  2225. [2013-01-07 07:06:38] <Cosmo_> It may be nothing but the tracks bpm swings from an initial 135 to 145 to 125 for the final section. For anyone that's looking at the music
  2226. [2013-01-07 07:07:11] <Lurker69> Cosmo_: http://sebsauvage.net/paste/?3a4686838924aa71#Gq7BMdgz8Q8Vwf9JLVbQGfht3wCMm8gFqmd+uu51uyQ=
  2227. [2013-01-07 07:07:16] <wasond> 78% N, 21% O, 1% Others
  2228. [2013-01-07 07:07:23] <Lurker69> this is what i found in logs regarding the song
  2229. [2013-01-07 07:07:38] <indigo_> Cosmo_ : Maybe they altered the original track, thats why shazams don't work (or not in the database) someone was saying that speeding up the final section seemd interesting to him
  2230. [2013-01-07 07:07:45] <Lurker69> also i will pu t zip of all the logs in wiki if anybody interested
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  2232. [2013-01-07 07:09:04] <Cosmo_> I find those bpms to be very intentional. It's clear the guitarist is playing to a click track or metronome.
  2233. [2013-01-07 07:09:13] <JackHinds> also
  2234. [2013-01-07 07:09:16] <JackHinds> there's constant reversing
  2235. [2013-01-07 07:09:26] <JackHinds> constant switching between normal and reverse
  2236. [2013-01-07 07:09:52] <Cosmo_> Yeah I just looked into the reversing. All I've noticed is there are two instruments being reversed. One is the guitar itself, sliding up and down one string
  2237. [2013-01-07 07:09:59] <Cosmo_> the other sounds like a dodouk
  2238. [2013-01-07 07:10:28] <n_factor> +v 3301hackers
  2239. [2013-01-07 07:10:35] <Asa> maybe reversing might be a clue?
  2240. [2013-01-07 07:10:59] <indigo_> try reversing other things they gave us poem, strings
  2241. [2013-01-07 07:11:05] <indigo_> ect
  2242. [2013-01-07 07:11:06] [INFO] There is nothing to tab-complete. Use F6 to cycle through the user list, input box and the chat output.
  2243. [2013-01-07 07:11:17] <Lurker69> n_factor: you are luck i saw that post
  2244. [2013-01-07 07:12:00] <JackHinds> ok
  2245. [2013-01-07 07:12:01] <Cosmo_> I've gone through the track reversed (no hidden spoken messages, sorry) but I'm sectioning it now
  2246. [2013-01-07 07:12:14] <JackHinds> where should i upload it?
  2247. [2013-01-07 07:12:20] <JackHinds> i speeded up the last part
  2248. [2013-01-07 07:12:24] <JackHinds> and it sounds like it should
  2249. [2013-01-07 07:12:26] <indigo_> the name of the mp3 is the second count reversed, thats even more reversing
  2250. [2013-01-07 07:12:32] <indigo_> try reversing the zip name
  2251. [2013-01-07 07:13:23] <maxxtro9> is it just me or at 00:42 it seems to skip a bit of the song? Sounds like a mistake while playing
  2252. [2013-01-07 07:13:57] <Cosmo_> I don't understand, if all these poems are about growth and stuff, why are they so obsessed with going backwards? Since when are regression and evolution the same thing?
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  2255. [2013-01-07 07:15:16] <alexanderthegrea> maybe it's not so much going back as it is palindromes, just saying palindromes have recurred a few times
  2256. [2013-01-07 07:15:45] <Cosmo_> maxxtro9: I can't hear it. Do you mean it skips notes?
  2257. [2013-01-07 07:15:59] <maxxtro9> sounds like a mistake
  2258. [2013-01-07 07:16:32] <JackHinds> http://www.fileshare.ro/e29151200
  2259. [2013-01-07 07:16:32] <JackHinds> ok
  2260. [2013-01-07 07:16:35] <JackHinds> listen to this
  2261. [2013-01-07 07:16:35] <maxxtro9> or that they cut a part of the song
  2262. [2013-01-07 07:16:39] <JackHinds> it's the last part speeded up
  2263. [2013-01-07 07:17:13] <Flumentia> Go here: http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html and check out the one that begins with 000028a and the next two
  2264. [2013-01-07 07:17:22] <Flumentia> That is really odd
  2265. [2013-01-07 07:17:52] <Cosmo_> maxxtro9: I really can't hear it, sorry. Maybe someone else can?
  2266. [2013-01-07 07:17:52] <youdontknow> that is strange
  2267. [2013-01-07 07:18:08] <Asa> flumentia, i noticed that too
  2268. [2013-01-07 07:18:33] <Cosmo_> JackHinds: I can't download that
  2269. [2013-01-07 07:18:41] <JackHinds> where should i host it?
  2270. [2013-01-07 07:18:49] <alexanderthegrea> maxxtro9: i definitely hear it, it sounds as if they cut
  2271. [2013-01-07 07:18:59] <youdontknow> yeah i heard that as well
  2272. [2013-01-07 07:19:12] <maxxtro9> might just be a mistake while playing but who knows
  2273. [2013-01-07 07:19:25] <youdontknow> has anyone tried to compile the tweets into a jpg or anything again recently?
  2274. [2013-01-07 07:19:50] <Flumentia> Also, the interval between tweets changed from 5 to 4 at EXACTLY midnight, GMT
  2275. [2013-01-07 07:19:50] <JackHinds> cosmo
  2276. [2013-01-07 07:19:52] <soulseekah> sure, have been trying all morning
  2277. [2013-01-07 07:19:53] <soulseekah> but it doesn't appear to be a jpeg
  2278. [2013-01-07 07:19:57] <JackHinds> where do you want me to upload it?
  2279. [2013-01-07 07:19:58] <soulseekah> contrary to "What we know" says
  2280. [2013-01-07 07:20:21] <soulseekah> I've also brushed through known file signatures, nothing so far
  2281. [2013-01-07 07:20:27] <soulseekah> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_file_signatures
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  2284. [2013-01-07 07:20:55] <soulseekah> at least 0000000: b69c cce3 0010 4a46 4802
  2285. [2013-01-07 07:21:00] <Asa> soulseekah, try .png
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  2287. [2013-01-07 07:21:10] <soulseekah> is not a known file signature for now
  2288. [2013-01-07 07:21:14] <JohnFrom4chan> mediafire, soundcloud, or something
  2289. [2013-01-07 07:21:16] <Asa> although i have no idea about that kinda stuff
  2290. [2013-01-07 07:21:19] <soulseekah> the file could be reversed, so we wait until
  2291. [2013-01-07 07:21:22] <soulseekah> the tweets end
  2292. [2013-01-07 07:21:38] <sr01> when did it start updating every 4 mins
  2293. [2013-01-07 07:21:38] <soulseekah> the signature will be in the last bytes of the last tweet maybe
  2294. [2013-01-07 07:21:50] |<-- Lesmo has left freenode (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
  2295. [2013-01-07 07:22:01] <soulseekah> 0007756 9ffc10eb9809aeca85124473aea0bada3c72d5c56e2a4058feebe42682bb728a9be8c6e509ae0fb76d839518b7069e0f228f8294dc594fbdbbbf064c55e0d1febf Sun Jan 06 23:56:01 +0000 2013
  2296. [2013-01-07 07:22:01] <youdontknow> right
  2297. [2013-01-07 07:22:03] <JackHinds> what about the data files from the iso?
  2298. [2013-01-07 07:22:06] <soulseekah> at offset 7756
  2299. [2013-01-07 07:22:16] <soulseekah> instead of expected 55 we got 56
  2300. [2013-01-07 07:22:19] <soulseekah> sr01, ^
  2301. [2013-01-07 07:22:27] <soulseekah> and from then on every 4 minutes
  2302. [2013-01-07 07:22:29] <Cosmo_> I still can't hear that cut. Although anyone using audacity to check the music, split the stereo file. The two tracks don't quite match up
  2303. [2013-01-07 07:22:30] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html
  2304. [2013-01-07 07:22:47] <JackHinds> http://www.2shared.com/audio/Szg50iJm/lastpart.html
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  2306. [2013-01-07 07:23:47] <soulseekah> so we have 36kb of data so far from twitter
  2307. [2013-01-07 07:24:12] <Lurker69> [07:22] JackHinds what about the data files from the iso? good question... no real info on them yet
  2308. [2013-01-07 07:24:17] <soulseekah> interesting part at offset 000028a as pointed out by Flumentia I think
  2309. [2013-01-07 07:24:23] <soulseekah> looks like some sort of padding
  2310. [2013-01-07 07:24:31] <JackHinds> lurker
  2311. [2013-01-07 07:24:31] <soulseekah> for a metadata chunk
  2312. [2013-01-07 07:24:38] <JackHinds> can you voice me on the other channel?
  2313. [2013-01-07 07:25:13] <Flumentia> Yes. This is definitely a file.
  2314. [2013-01-07 07:25:22] <JackHinds> cosmo
  2315. [2013-01-07 07:25:25] <JackHinds> did you listen to it?
  2316. [2013-01-07 07:25:25] <soulseekah> and the start does seem to be a header overall
  2317. [2013-01-07 07:25:36] <Fasd> Has anyone else noticed that the ending numbers (.00 .13 .17) match up perfectly with the emergence cycles to cicada (the 00 refers to the periodical emergence cycle)
  2318. [2013-01-07 07:25:57] <Flumentia> Shit that 000028a bit is pretty much throughout that string or a cut version of it.
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  2320. [2013-01-07 07:26:11] <Fasd> The ending numbers of the files found in the .iso
  2321. [2013-01-07 07:26:46] <soulseekah> 28a is just an offset as I see it
  2322. [2013-01-07 07:27:18] <soulseekah> but the data is rather strangely self-referrant
  2323. [2013-01-07 07:27:29] <soulseekah> it keeps on repeating around offset 28a
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  2326. [2013-01-07 07:28:10] <youdontknow> I noticed the numbers seemed oddly peculiar fasd, but good call on the specifics there
  2327. [2013-01-07 07:28:35] =-= Lurker69 has changed the topic to ``http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Uncovering_Cicada_Wiki | https://twitter.com/1231507051321 | http://youtu.be/GGMrmsWxQ5E LOW NOISE HIGH SIGNAL: #33012013subgroupRiddlers #33012013subgroupCoders #3301hackers | TOGETHER AS ONE DIVIDED BY ZERO''
  2328. [2013-01-07 07:28:43] <Flumentia> It doesn't seem that the file headers work that way. I'd say it's a reverse chronological order or something. We'd probably have to wait for the tweets to finish dumping.
  2329. [2013-01-07 07:29:11] <Flumentia> Why do we have multiple chats?
  2330. [2013-01-07 07:29:30] <soulseekah> subgroups of sorts
  2331. [2013-01-07 07:29:53] <Flumentia> Cool.
  2332. [2013-01-07 07:30:23] <Flumentia> I have two hex convertors open, neither seem to be putting anything out. I'll still try for something.
  2333. [2013-01-07 07:30:26] |<-- wasond has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  2334. [2013-01-07 07:30:34] <scrounger> what is a hex converter?
  2335. [2013-01-07 07:31:01] |<-- Rings012 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2336. [2013-01-07 07:31:43] <soulseekah> scrounger, I'll paste the raw data in 3-5 minutes
  2337. [2013-01-07 07:31:58] <soulseekah> for you all without dumpers to be able to analyze
  2338. [2013-01-07 07:32:05] <Fasd> What were the full names of the files and how large were they? If the beginning number is 560 then it could be referring to the temp at which cicadas leave their holes which is 65 F
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  2340. [2013-01-07 07:32:54] <youdontknow> the data files from the iso?
  2341. [2013-01-07 07:32:57] <rye_> Whatever puts bread on the table..
  2342. [2013-01-07 07:33:13] <Lurker69> http://img577.imageshack.us/img577/6610/8ccc54c9981741169c63944.png Fasd
  2343. [2013-01-07 07:33:18] <Fasd> Ya those data files
  2344. [2013-01-07 07:33:43] <Cosmo_> The sound at the start of the track the 'breath'..... Anyone else think it sounds like cicadas? A whole group of them?
  2345. [2013-01-07 07:33:47] <youdontknow> the names are _560.00 560.13 560.16
  2346. [2013-01-07 07:33:49] <youdontknow> 17*
  2347. [2013-01-07 07:34:08] <alexanderthegrea> could be
  2348. [2013-01-07 07:34:10] <Lurker69> 13 and 17 are lifecycles of cicadas
  2349. [2013-01-07 07:34:17] <JackHinds> they actually are cicadas
  2350. [2013-01-07 07:34:22] <youdontknow> right
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  2352. [2013-01-07 07:34:26] <alexanderthegrea> the cicada is new to this year right?
  2353. [2013-01-07 07:34:41] <Flumentia> Nope
  2354. [2013-01-07 07:34:41] <Lurker69> no it was sicada last year also
  2355. [2013-01-07 07:34:47] =-= moo is now known as Guest97624
  2356. [2013-01-07 07:34:48] <Flumentia> It was on the QR codes last year
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  2358. [2013-01-07 07:34:57] <alexanderthegrea> oh yeah
  2359. [2013-01-07 07:35:21] <rye_> http://www.troyrecord.com/articles/2010/05/26/greenbush/doc4bfd817f5b891524170819.txt
  2360. [2013-01-07 07:35:25] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Why_this_bug%3F_%28symbolism_of_CICADAS_and_INSTAR%29
  2361. [2013-01-07 07:35:27] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Why_this_bug%3F_%28symbolism_of_CICADAS_and_INSTAR%29
  2362. [2013-01-07 07:35:28] <Flumentia> I've been trying at the 4chan thread with little luck. I'm assuming it's some sort of ASCII cipher, but I have no idea.
  2363. [2013-01-07 07:35:40] <Fasd> 560 reversed is the average temp that cicadas leave their tunnels at 65F
  2364. [2013-01-07 07:36:01] |<-- n_factor has left freenode (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
  2365. [2013-01-07 07:36:14] <soulseekah> Raw data from twitter so far: http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.raw
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  2367. [2013-01-07 07:36:29] <soulseekah> hex dumps: http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.65 http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.64 http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.32
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  2369. [2013-01-07 07:36:53] <Flumentia> How do I read these hex dumps?
  2370. [2013-01-07 07:37:00] <Flumentia> Onon's back!
  2371. [2013-01-07 07:37:09] <soulseekah> open in notepad or whatever you use
  2372. [2013-01-07 07:37:19] <Flumentia> oh, k.
  2373. [2013-01-07 07:37:20] <onon> yo sry guys my internetz here are fked
  2374. [2013-01-07 07:37:41] <soulseekah> let me see if I can rename tehm to html so you see them in the browser
  2375. [2013-01-07 07:38:03] <rye_> lurking so hard right now
  2376. [2013-01-07 07:38:07] <soulseekah> view-source:http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.32.html
  2377. [2013-01-07 07:38:12] <soulseekah> pretty much yes
  2378. [2013-01-07 07:38:22] <soulseekah> hex dump 32 columns http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.32.html
  2379. [2013-01-07 07:38:25] <soulseekah> right click and view source
  2380. [2013-01-07 07:38:29] <soulseekah> for correct alignment
  2381. [2013-01-07 07:38:33] <Flumentia> So are these hex dumps the product of converting each block of code into an ASCII?
  2382. [2013-01-07 07:39:03] <soulseekah> converting hex to raw bytes
  2383. [2013-01-07 07:39:11] <soulseekah> hex dump includes ascii dump on the right yes
  2384. [2013-01-07 07:39:34] <soulseekah> view-source:http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.65.html
  2385. [2013-01-07 07:39:39] <Flumentia> Why are some of them showing maroon? Is it just my eyes?
  2386. [2013-01-07 07:39:41] <soulseekah> 65 columns as they came in
  2387. [2013-01-07 07:39:56] <soulseekah> Flumentia, probably your browser trying to parse it as HTML
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  2389. [2013-01-07 07:40:13] <Lurker69> soulseekah: you should cut offsets
  2390. [2013-01-07 07:40:15] |<-- JackHinds has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2391. [2013-01-07 07:40:16] <soulseekah> consider as plaintext all the way
  2392. [2013-01-07 07:40:18] <Flumentia> Good point. It's probably the <'s in the hex dump.
  2393. [2013-01-07 07:40:25] <rye_> So if everybody is working together to solve the puzzle, then who gets the invite?
  2394. [2013-01-07 07:40:36] <Flumentia> Can you give us just the raw ASCII?
  2395. [2013-01-07 07:40:40] <Lurker69> rye_: all
  2396. [2013-01-07 07:40:42] <soulseekah> Lurker69, not sure what you mean
  2397. [2013-01-07 07:40:47] <Flumentia> rye_ I guess we all do.
  2398. [2013-01-07 07:41:05] <soulseekah> Flumentia, makes no sense, but raw is at http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.raw
  2399. [2013-01-07 07:41:23] <Flumentia> Oh, cool. Ta.
  2400. [2013-01-07 07:41:26] <Fasd> Any one notice that if you look at the side of the screen it looks like small holes much like the one cicadas make?
  2401. [2013-01-07 07:41:45] <Lurker69> soulseekah: http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.32.html this link is unusable because it has offsets included 0000000, 00004c0, ...
  2402. [2013-01-07 07:41:55] <soulseekah> Lurker69, right click view source
  2403. [2013-01-07 07:42:02] <soulseekah> Lurker69, it's plain text
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  2405. [2013-01-07 07:42:04] <Lurker69> ok thx
  2406. [2013-01-07 07:42:31] <rye_> Good luck, everybody!
  2407. [2013-01-07 07:42:37] <soulseekah> or http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.32.txt
  2408. [2013-01-07 07:43:13] |<-- rye_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2409. [2013-01-07 07:43:18] <soulseekah> Lurker69, can haz voice in hackers subgroup?
  2410. [2013-01-07 07:43:24] <Lurker69> soul if you like to be really helpfull post relevant links to wiki http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory
  2411. [2013-01-07 07:43:31] <Lurker69> yeah
  2412. [2013-01-07 07:43:35] <soulseekah> I did do a couple of edits
  2413. [2013-01-07 07:43:39] <Flumentia> Just opened that .raw in photoshop, I can confirm it's most probably some sort of file. All of the 0028a's create a very weird top part to it...
  2414. [2013-01-07 07:43:41] <soulseekah> in the wiki about the twitter
  2415. [2013-01-07 07:43:50] <soulseekah> but it's not a JPG, nothing to indicate it to be a jpg so far
  2416. [2013-01-07 07:43:56] <Asa> 1,595,277,641 what about reversing these, use roman numbers then caesar cipher them?
  2417. [2013-01-07 07:44:08] <Asa> just putting it out there since im off now
  2418. [2013-01-07 07:44:23] <maxxtro9> 00001e0: 6272 d10a 1624 34e1 25f1 1718 191a 2627 2829 2a35 3637 3839 3a43 4445 4647 4849 br...$4.%.....&'()*56789:CDEFGHI
  2419. [2013-01-07 07:44:37] <maxxtro9> whats with the last part 56789:CDEFGHI
  2420. [2013-01-07 07:44:40] <Flumentia> ^^
  2421. [2013-01-07 07:44:41] <soulseekah> so?
  2422. [2013-01-07 07:44:50] <Flumentia> It seems odd
  2423. [2013-01-07 07:44:56] <soulseekah> maxxtro9, not an indication of a JPG
  2424. [2013-01-07 07:45:03] <maxxtro9> just odd
  2425. [2013-01-07 07:45:08] <Flumentia> But if it were deliberate it would either be a palindrome or a prime number
  2426. [2013-01-07 07:45:11] <soulseekah> although bears some resemblance to meta headers for JFIF
  2427. [2013-01-07 07:45:34] <Lurker69> soulseekah: so no jpg in your opinion?
  2428. [2013-01-07 07:45:40] <soulseekah> for now no
  2429. [2013-01-07 07:46:13] <Lesmo> I think tweet chunks have to be ordered
  2430. [2013-01-07 07:46:14] <Lurker69> but but resemblance to meta headers for JFIF
  2431. [2013-01-07 07:46:35] <soulseekah> resemblance, many formats have such padding in meta data areas
  2432. [2013-01-07 07:46:36] <Lesmo> Maybe other format?
  2433. [2013-01-07 07:46:51] <soulseekah> look trhough http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_file_signatures for patterns
  2434. [2013-01-07 07:46:56] <soulseekah> so far I've found none
  2435. [2013-01-07 07:47:06] <soulseekah> but the data may be encrypted
  2436. [2013-01-07 07:47:59] <soulseekah> trying to offset the byte values by +01..02 etc.
  2437. [2013-01-07 07:48:10] <soulseekah> simple shift cipher
  2438. [2013-01-07 07:48:26] <soulseekah> but once the tweets stop we can assume to have complete data we can try PGP
  2439. [2013-01-07 07:48:36] <soulseekah> which is highly probably
  2440. [2013-01-07 07:48:47] <alexanderthegrea> assuming the tweets do stop
  2441. [2013-01-07 07:48:55] <maxxtro9> Ok, i dont know if im talking nonsence here but
  2442. [2013-01-07 07:49:00] <soulseekah> there's a limit of ~230MB
  2443. [2013-01-07 07:49:07] <soulseekah> but that will take ages
  2444. [2013-01-07 07:49:07] <Lurker69> soulseekah: we were thinking that maybe header is somehow obfuscated http://sebsauvage.net/paste/?9d0ed2f70e157e38#iq9/qpzatsJHPhxmmUHi4A/t1P6p2NHoTKHC5o91UWY=
  2445. [2013-01-07 07:49:15] <soulseekah> at the current rate of 65 bytes per 4 minutes
  2446. [2013-01-07 07:49:20] <maxxtro9> 00001e0: 6272 d10a 1624 34e1 25f1 1718 191a 2627 2829 2a35 3637 3839 3a43 4445 4647 4849 br...$4.%.....&'()*56789:CDEFGHI
  2447. [2013-01-07 07:49:35] <maxxtro9> 0000200: 4a53 5455 5657 5859 5a63 6465 6667 6869 6a73 7475 7677 7879 7a82 8384 8586 8788 JSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz.......
  2448. [2013-01-07 07:49:50] <maxxtro9> the last letters, it seems odd to me at least
  2449. [2013-01-07 07:50:05] <soulseekah> it's some sort of metadata padding it seems
  2450. [2013-01-07 07:50:24] <soulseekah> such ordered data is common in meta areas of some formats, like JPG
  2451. [2013-01-07 07:50:34] <Lurker69> that looks the same as for jpgs, but it is hjust padding
  2452. [2013-01-07 07:50:43] <soulseekah> Lurker69, interesting thoughts
  2453. [2013-01-07 07:50:52] <soulseekah> let's see now
  2454. [2013-01-07 07:51:04] <soulseekah> say we disregard the headers
  2455. [2013-01-07 07:51:15] <soulseekah> and take a chunk at say offset 0x1000
  2456. [2013-01-07 07:51:16] <Lurker69> http://prntscr.com/odo1m maxxtro9 here on the reght you have opened jpg, samestring is there
  2457. [2013-01-07 07:51:18] <onon> anybody been on the gmail page lately?
  2458. [2013-01-07 07:51:24] <Flumentia> soulseekah, that hex dump you gave us, did that include the 7-digit headers to the tweets or just the tweets?
  2459. [2013-01-07 07:51:27] <Lurker69> onon: why
  2460. [2013-01-07 07:51:47] <onon> Lots of space
  2461. [2013-01-07 07:51:47] <onon> Over 10330.
  2462. [2013-01-07 07:51:51] <soulseekah> Flumentia, the 7 digit headers are OFFSETS
  2463. [2013-01-07 07:51:52] <soulseekah> byte offsets
  2464. [2013-01-07 07:51:56] <onon> im going paranoid ^^
  2465. [2013-01-07 07:51:56] <soulseekah> 65 bytes each
  2466. [2013-01-07 07:52:04] <Lesmo> Yeah, so those shall be ignored.
  2467. [2013-01-07 07:52:33] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html contains the "headers" unaltered but are really byte offsets
  2468. [2013-01-07 07:52:47] <soulseekah> which points to the theory that the data is ordered
  2469. [2013-01-07 07:53:00] <soulseekah> and is coming in top to bottom
  2470. [2013-01-07 07:53:13] <Flumentia> OK.
  2471. [2013-01-07 07:53:28] <anonalaala> how can they be bite offsets if they're only 7 digits :( this has yet to be explained :(
  2472. [2013-01-07 07:53:42] <Fasd> Have any of you guys done a CRT f search of these files found in the iso for the headers found on the twitter?
  2473. [2013-01-07 07:53:44] <soulseekah> what's so wrong with 7 digit hex offsets?
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  2475. [2013-01-07 07:53:57] <soulseekah> anonalaala, offsets can by 2 digit, 3 digit etc.
  2476. [2013-01-07 07:53:58] <Lurker69> i need to post logs on wiki
  2477. [2013-01-07 07:54:12] <Flumentia> OK then, well if it's unencrypted, the only header it could be is .VOB or .MPG
  2478. [2013-01-07 07:54:26] <soulseekah> 3301 just doesn't have space to fit anything else it seems, 140 bytes twitter limit
  2479. [2013-01-07 07:54:29] <anonalaala> programming etc. not my forte so that makes sense
  2480. [2013-01-07 07:54:34] <soulseekah> 130 bytes for hex dump
  2481. [2013-01-07 07:54:40] <soulseekah> and 10 bytes for address offests
  2482. [2013-01-07 07:55:00] <soulseekah> 7-digit offsets gives a limit of 230 MB of data
  2483. [2013-01-07 07:55:14] <soulseekah> with address 0xfffffff being the largest possible
  2484. [2013-01-07 07:55:24] <Flumentia> Cool.
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  2486. [2013-01-07 07:55:27] <soulseekah> but this is mere trivia
  2487. [2013-01-07 07:56:02] <Flumentia> Here's a big list of file sigs where I found that ...... = .MPG or .VOB: http://www.garykessler.net/library/file_sigs.html
  2488. [2013-01-07 07:56:25] <soulseekah> now let's think what sort of encoding/encryption would allow for sequences 01...ff and 0a28 repertiion around offset 28a?
  2489. [2013-01-07 07:59:29] <soulseekah> one would think that all sorts of symmetrical block/stream cyphers would not be able to leave those artifacts there
  2490. [2013-01-07 07:59:30] <Flumentia> I'm going to say GPG, but only because that's what they've always used.
  2491. [2013-01-07 07:59:30] <alexanderthegrea> as easy as it would be to say we just have to wait until it finishes and then just translate it from there i think it would 1, rely on it being exactly the size of 0000000-fffffff, and 2, be a lot simpler albeit time consuming than i would expect
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  2494. [2013-01-07 07:59:31] <soulseekah> the cipthers used by all the encyption packages would not allow for the artifacts we see in the "header"
  2495. [2013-01-07 07:59:32] <soulseekah> i.e. ABCDE.... and 028a repeats
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  2498. [2013-01-07 07:59:32] <immortalghost> anything?
  2499. [2013-01-07 07:59:32] <Flumentia> Maybe we're meant to remove part of the header?
  2500. [2013-01-07 07:59:32] <brotherBox> Well...it would be a very improbable pattern between ciphertext and plain text. 00-FF is in the hex range and its output could come from anything, if we take more advance statistics out of account.
  2501. [2013-01-07 07:59:33] <soulseekah> so at least the header does not seem to be encrypted by
  2502. [2013-01-07 07:59:33] <soulseekah> Flumentia, might as well be
  2503. [2013-01-07 07:59:33] <immortalghost> https://pastee.org/mzday
  2504. [2013-01-07 07:59:33] <Flumentia> Also, I'll start listing all file types that begin with the header we have.
  2505. [2013-01-07 07:59:33] <immortalghost> imma just leave that here.///
  2506. [2013-01-07 07:59:33] <soulseekah> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_file_signatures
  2507. [2013-01-07 07:59:37] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.32.txt
  2508. [2013-01-07 07:59:40] <Flumentia> http://www.garykessler.net/library/file_sigs.html
  2509. [2013-01-07 08:00:00] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.65.txt
  2510. [2013-01-07 08:00:02] <immortalghost> https://pastee.org/mzday
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  2512. [2013-01-07 08:00:10] <Flumentia> And...
  2513. [2013-01-07 08:00:29] <Flumentia> What does 917d have to do with it?
  2514. [2013-01-07 08:01:01] <soulseekah> What is 917d
  2515. [2013-01-07 08:01:24] <soulseekah> Also for the audio analysts any luck in this direction http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.raw ?
  2516. [2013-01-07 08:01:32] <alexanderthegrea> it was the most recent header on the twitter when he posted that
  2517. [2013-01-07 08:01:52] <soulseekah> http://www.anony.ws/i/2013/01/07/SE5OU.png
  2518. [2013-01-07 08:01:53] <Flumentia> Yeah, so what's it got to do with anything? 917 days?
  2519. [2013-01-07 08:01:56] <soulseekah> this I mean
  2520. [2013-01-07 08:02:05] <alexanderthegrea> more specifically 000917d
  2521. [2013-01-07 08:02:07] <soulseekah> alexanderthegrea, those headers are offsets
  2522. [2013-01-07 08:02:26] <soulseekah> do not give them any more meaning than addresses to the data that is being dumped
  2523. [2013-01-07 08:02:32] <Flumentia> Mmm. We're wonering why immortalghost posted it then left.
  2524. [2013-01-07 08:02:48] <maxxtro9> what is it?
  2525. [2013-01-07 08:03:09] <soulseekah> it's the last address from my dumps
  2526. [2013-01-07 08:03:23] <Cosmo_> I'll start importing the raw data see if I can't pull some sounds out of it.
  2527. [2013-01-07 08:03:28] <alexanderthegrea> i'm just saying that the only significance is that it was the most recent header when he posted
  2528. [2013-01-07 08:03:30] <soulseekah> now the last address is 0009240
  2529. [2013-01-07 08:03:52] <soulseekah> Cosmo_, http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.raw raw data here (not latest, around 20 minutes old)
  2530. [2013-01-07 08:04:26] <Cosmo_> Thanks
  2531. [2013-01-07 08:04:27] <soulseekah> anyone found any of the magic number http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_file_signatures
  2532. [2013-01-07 08:04:50] <soulseekah> I would expect a magic number to be present somewhere before offset 0x1000
  2533. [2013-01-07 08:05:16] <soulseekah> first say 100 lines of http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.hex.32.txt
  2534. [2013-01-07 08:05:38] <soulseekah> and probably before the CDEFGH... sequence
  2535. [2013-01-07 08:05:51] <soulseekah> since MAGIC numbers are almost always exclusively at the beginning of a file
  2536. [2013-01-07 08:06:06] <Flumentia> http://mark0.net/soft-trid-e.html
  2537. [2013-01-07 08:06:13] <Flumentia> May be useful later
  2538. [2013-01-07 08:06:18] <soulseekah> and b69c is not any known magic number, try the next ones
  2539. [2013-01-07 08:06:24] <soulseekah> at byte ooffset 1
  2540. [2013-01-07 08:06:25] <Lurker69> soulseekah: i assume that http://www.anony.ws/i/2013/01/07/SE5OU.png is spectogramf of cicada song?
  2541. [2013-01-07 08:06:31] <soulseekah> Correct
  2542. [2013-01-07 08:06:44] <Lurker69> data.raw
  2543. [2013-01-07 08:06:46] <soulseekah> notice noise at 15.4-16.1kHz
  2544. [2013-01-07 08:06:54] <soulseekah> data.raw is the raw data from twitter
  2545. [2013-01-07 08:07:17] <soulseekah> and notice notches at minute 2 from 500Hz and below
  2546. [2013-01-07 08:07:23] <Lurker69> soulseekah: have you checked DATA files from 3301.txt
  2547. [2013-01-07 08:07:28] <soulseekah> those are not natural
  2548. [2013-01-07 08:07:36] <Flumentia> BTW, the CDEFGH sequence is ages before 0x1000
  2549. [2013-01-07 08:07:47] <Lurker69> not natural?
  2550. [2013-01-07 08:07:50] <soulseekah> no I have not had the time to,
  2551. [2013-01-07 08:08:05] <Lurker69> ok
  2552. [2013-01-07 08:08:20] <soulseekah> Lurker69, while the noise at 15kHz may be natural (hardware hums, etc.) the notches at below 500Hz do not appear to be natural atll
  2553. [2013-01-07 08:08:28] <Cosmo_> Just imported the raw data as many different ways I could. Through GSM it sounds like wall-e fucking a speak and spell.
  2554. [2013-01-07 08:08:33] <soulseekah> i.e. seems like they have been cut out
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  2556. [2013-01-07 08:08:51] <soulseekah> Cosmo_, GSM is an 8-bit encoding right?
  2557. [2013-01-07 08:08:52] <Daemos> hello
  2558. [2013-01-07 08:08:59] <soulseekah> what about PCM 8-bit any luck?
  2559. [2013-01-07 08:09:00] <Lurker69> soulseekah: yes thx i was thinking you refeered to DATA files
  2560. [2013-01-07 08:09:08] =-= iIIustrious_ is now known as iIIustrious
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  2562. [2013-01-07 08:09:16] <iIIustrious> Yay, back from weird errors
  2563. [2013-01-07 08:09:18] <Daemos> so the tweest didnt stop at 464?
  2564. [2013-01-07 08:09:22] <soulseekah> no
  2565. [2013-01-07 08:09:26] <soulseekah> it's still on Daemos
  2566. [2013-01-07 08:09:31] <Cosmo_> Honestly in terms of audacity I have no idea.
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  2568. [2013-01-07 08:09:36] <soulseekah> Daemos, live feed http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html
  2569. [2013-01-07 08:09:38] =-= iIIustrious is now known as Guest2013
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  2572. [2013-01-07 08:10:36] <Lurker69> soulseekah: this is random shit i found in logs about song
  2573. [2013-01-07 08:10:41] <Lurker69> http://sebsauvage.net/paste/?3a4686838924aa71#Gq7BMdgz8Q8Vwf9JLVbQGfht3wCMm8gFqmd+uu51uyQ=
  2574. [2013-01-07 08:11:13] <Lurker69> this is pretty much all until Cosmo_ came in channel
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  2578. [2013-01-07 08:12:03] <soulseekah> as I see it there are several strategies we can employ in regards to twitter: a. find the magic number before offset 0x1000 (4096 bytes in), b. try a shift cipher to find a magic number at offset 1
  2579. [2013-01-07 08:12:14] <soulseekah> I mean offset 0, sorry
  2580. [2013-01-07 08:13:00] <soulseekah> now in regards to the header itself as is we have 2 things: first is the sequence CDEF.... with missing bytes at regular intervals it seems (KLMNOPQR)
  2581. [2013-01-07 08:13:13] <Lurker69> what is that "magic number"
  2582. [2013-01-07 08:13:26] <maxxtro9> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_file_signatures
  2583. [2013-01-07 08:13:28] <soulseekah> a MAGIC number is an identifier for a filetype
  2584. [2013-01-07 08:13:39] <soulseekah> for example all EXEs in windows start with magic bytes MZ
  2585. [2013-01-07 08:13:41] <soulseekah> etc.
  2586. [2013-01-07 08:13:59] <soulseekah> once we identify the filetype of the data being dumped we can open it with the appropriate reader
  2587. [2013-01-07 08:14:10] <Cosmo_> Getting nothing in terms of audio with the Raw data, but without knowing a sample rate to head for it's always just going to come out as bleeps and bloops at best, white noise at worst
  2588. [2013-01-07 08:14:13] <soulseekah> be it an image reader, an audio reader or an archive reder
  2589. [2013-01-07 08:14:27] <soulseekah> Cosmo_, yes
  2590. [2013-01-07 08:14:32] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Category:IRC_LOGS
  2591. [2013-01-07 08:15:02] <soulseekah> we have 0101 repetitions, 00a28 repetitions
  2592. [2013-01-07 08:15:18] <soulseekah> now if we take 00a28 as an actual byte offset and go find it
  2593. [2013-01-07 08:15:31] <Lurker69> soulseekah: so lets make list of all the identifier numbers and check for the match... ar are there too many
  2594. [2013-01-07 08:15:36] <soulseekah> it's already past the header
  2595. [2013-01-07 08:15:50] <soulseekah> addreses a00 is quite into what I call the "data" part
  2596. [2013-01-07 08:16:13] <soulseekah> the "header" part seems to end around offset 0x3co
  2597. [2013-01-07 08:16:23] <soulseekah> after all the 0x28 bytes end
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  2599. [2013-01-07 08:16:38] <soulseekah> thereon random data is fed
  2600. [2013-01-07 08:17:07] <soulseekah> before that we have patterns, sequences
  2601. [2013-01-07 08:17:10] <brotherBox> Fucking beads
  2602. [2013-01-07 08:17:16] |<-- Daemos has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2603. [2013-01-07 08:17:19] <beads> blow me brother
  2604. [2013-01-07 08:17:25] <brotherBox> Lol
  2605. [2013-01-07 08:17:29] <beads> <3
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  2607. [2013-01-07 08:17:53] <soulseekah> this may be evidence that a. the data is fed in seqnece top to bottom, b. the data is a file with a distinct header (i.e. has a format)
  2608. [2013-01-07 08:18:21] <Lurker69> soulseekah: so i can delete the twitter is an jpg from wiki then....
  2609. [2013-01-07 08:18:36] <Lurker69> an post something aabout magic number instead
  2610. [2013-01-07 08:18:50] <soulseekah> it may eventaully turn out to be an image, but for now there is no evidence that says this is a JPG
  2611. [2013-01-07 08:19:02] <soulseekah> let me update the hex dumps
  2612. [2013-01-07 08:19:13] <iIIustrious> at this point it really just depends on what half of the data we're seeing
  2613. [2013-01-07 08:19:56] <iIIustrious> I don't know how much people have looked in to what we have matching a header for something other than an image, I've been in and out
  2614. [2013-01-07 08:19:58] <Lurker69> what to do... i will just post big chunk of this chat, i dont feel like editing all that shit, who is interested will have to read it through
  2615. [2013-01-07 08:20:13] <soulseekah> Latest RAW data from twitter: http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.raw
  2616. [2013-01-07 08:20:32] <soulseekah> Latest 32-byte wide HEX of data http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.raw.32.txt
  2617. [2013-01-07 08:20:53] <soulseekah> twitter data comes in in 65-byte wide HEX by the way
  2618. [2013-01-07 08:21:07] <Lurker69> anyways whatever it is, apparently we are not suppposed to xor it with DATA map files.... so what to do with them then?
  2619. [2013-01-07 08:21:13] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.raw.65.txt
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  2621. [2013-01-07 08:21:15] <Lurker69> one is 130MB big
  2622. [2013-01-07 08:21:30] <soulseekah> Lurker69, is there some interesting file?
  2623. [2013-01-07 08:21:35] <soulseekah> that you're talking about?
  2624. [2013-01-07 08:22:28] <iIIustrious> he means the data files on the iso
  2625. [2013-01-07 08:22:29] <Lurker69> soulseekah: http://img577.imageshack.us/img577/6610/8ccc54c9981741169c63944.png these guys
  2626. [2013-01-07 08:22:31] <soulseekah> Does anyone know what happens to a JPEG when a shift cipher is applied to it?
  2627. [2013-01-07 08:22:59] <Lurker69> i think it becomes unreadable
  2628. [2013-01-07 08:23:01] <soulseekah> Lurker69, is there any particular interesting file on the iso that is encrypted/unknown?
  2629. [2013-01-07 08:23:26] <Lurker69> that three files on screenie are all unidetified
  2630. [2013-01-07 08:23:38] <anonalaala> yeah 560.00 560.13 560.17
  2631. [2013-01-07 08:23:42] <soulseekah> I see, I will put my effort into looking into them instead
  2632. [2013-01-07 08:23:55] <soulseekah> since twitter is quite slow
  2633. [2013-01-07 08:23:55] <anonalaala> current theory is the twitter is compiling a program needed to open them
  2634. [2013-01-07 08:24:04] <soulseekah> anonalaala, really?
  2635. [2013-01-07 08:24:07] <soulseekah> any evidence?
  2636. [2013-01-07 08:24:11] <Lurker69> http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=981325#981325 here you have what is in ISO
  2637. [2013-01-07 08:24:26] <soulseekah> I'll probably jsut mount he iso as is
  2638. [2013-01-07 08:24:46] <Lurker69> soulseekah: or you can just unrar it
  2639. [2013-01-07 08:24:47] <anonalaala> you won't be able to boot the linux, but that doesn't really "matter" you can still see everything
  2640. [2013-01-07 08:25:18] <iIIustrious> the raw data, what order is it in, oldest tweet to newest, or newest to oldest?
  2641. [2013-01-07 08:25:39] <soulseekah> oldest to newest of course
  2642. [2013-01-07 08:25:45] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html
  2643. [2013-01-07 08:25:47] <Lurker69> iIIustrious: looks like header is in the oldest tweets with offset 00
  2644. [2013-01-07 08:25:55] <iIIustrious> yeah, for sure
  2645. [2013-01-07 08:26:05] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.raw.65.txt
  2646. [2013-01-07 08:26:19] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.raw.32.txt
  2647. [2013-01-07 08:26:24] <Flumentia> Has anyone tried to open those files by changing them to .txt or .jpg or .png?
  2648. [2013-01-07 08:26:32] <Flumentia> The DATA ones
  2649. [2013-01-07 08:26:35] <soulseekah> and http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.raw for those of you with dumpers
  2650. [2013-01-07 08:26:51] <iIIustrious> I tried a few, not extensively
  2651. [2013-01-07 08:27:16] <youdontknow> the sizes of the data files seem kind of odd
  2652. [2013-01-07 08:27:26] <youdontknow> what about combining them in some form or fashion?
  2653. [2013-01-07 08:27:28] <iIIustrious> seeing as they're rather specific
  2654. [2013-01-07 08:27:32] <soulseekah> youdontknow, you'll have to be more speciifc which data you're talking about
  2655. [2013-01-07 08:27:41] <iIIustrious> same ones, from the iso
  2656. [2013-01-07 08:27:42] <youdontknow> the DATA files from the iso
  2657. [2013-01-07 08:27:43] <soulseekah> we have twitter data, we have iso data
  2658. [2013-01-07 08:27:49] <youdontknow> iso, my mistake
  2659. [2013-01-07 08:27:55] <anonalaala> you can't change the format of the data files
  2660. [2013-01-07 08:28:06] <youdontknow> what do you mean?
  2661. [2013-01-07 08:28:16] <soulseekah> still downloading that one, but I'm sure I can shed some light on it once I get hold of the files
  2662. [2013-01-07 08:29:11] <Flumentia> Change the second one to a .iso, judging by file size.
  2663. [2013-01-07 08:29:31] <youdontknow> trying to change 560.13 to a .txt and opening it results in it going nonresponsive and crashing
  2664. [2013-01-07 08:29:39] <anonalaala> ^
  2665. [2013-01-07 08:29:43] <Lesmo> .... try Notepad++
  2666. [2013-01-07 08:29:44] <soulseekah> youdontknow, oh noes
  2667. [2013-01-07 08:29:57] <Lesmo> ... but I really don't think there's something interesting in plain text there
  2668. [2013-01-07 08:30:00] <soulseekah> please equip yourselves with a hexdumper please
  2669. [2013-01-07 08:30:10] <soulseekah> don't use notepad to open gigantic raw files
  2670. [2013-01-07 08:30:17] <anonalaala> lawl
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  2672. [2013-01-07 08:31:15] <youdontknow> i tried with notepad++ and it opened fine
  2673. [2013-01-07 08:32:52] <soulseekah> ok so .13 looks like a legit format
  2674. [2013-01-07 08:32:54] <Lesmo> Yeah, Notepad++ is better at that stuff.
  2675. [2013-01-07 08:33:02] <Lesmo> What you mean legit?
  2676. [2013-01-07 08:33:05] <soulseekah> with a header and data
  2677. [2013-01-07 08:33:21] <soulseekah> lookup 968e bdaf 5267 7a0d 0e21 6f40 4041 414f 5354 as magic numbers
  2678. [2013-01-07 08:33:29] <maxxtro9> fuck i have to leave, how am i supposed to know what happens frrom now on?
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  2680. [2013-01-07 08:33:53] <Lesmo> Follow the Wiki
  2681. [2013-01-07 08:34:01] <Lesmo> ... or come around and lurk :P
  2682. [2013-01-07 08:34:31] <soulseekah> .17 is just data
  2683. [2013-01-07 08:34:44] <Lesmo> lol what you mean with "just data"?
  2684. [2013-01-07 08:34:50] <maxxtro9> hopefully tomorrow this will still be going on and im not left behind lol
  2685. [2013-01-07 08:34:54] <soulseekah> means no evident "header"
  2686. [2013-01-07 08:34:59] <soulseekah> unlike .13
  2687. [2013-01-07 08:35:00] <Lesmo> Oh, ok.
  2688. [2013-01-07 08:35:13] <Lesmo> Have you seen the file sizes?
  2689. [2013-01-07 08:35:21] <Lesmo> Two of those files are numeric palindromes.
  2690. [2013-01-07 08:35:25] <soulseekah> so what we have is .13 has an evident header of sorts, then the others only data
  2691. [2013-01-07 08:35:34] <soulseekah> many formats can be padded
  2692. [2013-01-07 08:35:55] <soulseekah> but padding can eliminte a handful of signed formats
  2693. [2013-01-07 08:36:40] <youdontknow> tried it as an iso, doesn't appear to be working, .13 that is
  2694. [2013-01-07 08:37:37] <Cosmo_> Random info injection. Using your guys most recent raw data from twitter and converting it using GSM 6.10 into audacity creates an apparent random sounding soundscape that fits vocal frequency range. Gonna see if that leads anywhere.
  2695. [2013-01-07 08:37:52] <soulseekah> Cosmo_, interesting good luck
  2696. [2013-01-07 08:38:39] <soulseekah> what do we know about the given disk image?
  2697. [2013-01-07 08:38:52] <youdontknow> as in the 3301 iso?
  2698. [2013-01-07 08:39:07] <Lesmo> Interesting Cosmo_
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  2700. [2013-01-07 08:39:55] <Lurker69> soulseekah: most of things we know about iso is here
  2701. [2013-01-07 08:39:57] <Lurker69> http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=981325#981325
  2702. [2013-01-07 08:40:13] <lull> its stilll jpg?
  2703. [2013-01-07 08:40:16] <soulseekah> thank you
  2704. [2013-01-07 08:40:23] <Lurker69> then people were speculatink some shit about it being 66601 bytes big...
  2705. [2013-01-07 08:40:32] <Lurker69> 666 and all that
  2706. [2013-01-07 08:41:42] <Lurker69> ISO with 66601 sectors long not bytes
  2707. [2013-01-07 08:42:08] <Lurker69> as far as i know nobody rooted that linux yet
  2708. [2013-01-07 08:42:19] <maxxtro9> ok im out, good luck everyone. I'll come back tomorrow
  2709. [2013-01-07 08:42:30] <alexanderthegrea> bai
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  2711. [2013-01-07 08:42:41] <Flumentia> Later!
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  2714. [2013-01-07 08:44:42] <alexanderthegrea> i think i'm out as well, hope some progress happens by the time i come back, godspeed
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  2717. [2013-01-07 08:45:01] <Flumentia> I can confirm that Caesaring it may possibly give us a header
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  2719. [2013-01-07 08:45:49] <Flumentia> By changing b6 to e9 we get a .COM or .SYS file.
  2720. [2013-01-07 08:46:09] <Flumentia> soulseekah
  2721. [2013-01-07 08:47:37] <soulseekah> interesting
  2722. [2013-01-07 08:47:53] <soulseekah> anyone running windows?
  2723. [2013-01-07 08:48:03] <Lesmo> Me... or everyone though :P
  2724. [2013-01-07 08:48:04] <soulseekah> to launch the .com file
  2725. [2013-01-07 08:48:11] <iIIustrious> I've got both
  2726. [2013-01-07 08:48:18] <soulseekah> I do have wine though, let's see
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  2728. [2013-01-07 08:48:36] <soulseekah> it will probbly not work since a. the change is unjustified, b. the file is incomplete
  2729. [2013-01-07 08:48:39] <Lesmo> Probably a dead end...
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  2731. [2013-01-07 08:48:43] <Lesmo> ... exactly
  2732. [2013-01-07 08:49:16] <soulseekah> I'll be working on the iso until the twitter data dump is complete though
  2733. [2013-01-07 08:49:37] <Flumentia> Still working through, haven't found anything useful other than that. I'd say it COULD be backwards and that could be a trailer.
  2734. [2013-01-07 08:50:09] <soulseekah> could be a footer, but I know of no formats with a footer in them
  2735. [2013-01-07 08:50:22] <soulseekah> except signed data perhaps
  2736. [2013-01-07 08:50:41] <soulseekah> but it doesn't look anywhere near what we currently have
  2737. [2013-01-07 08:51:24] <Flumentia> OK, it ciphers to 50, which produces a lot. I'm going to continue to cipher some more.
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  2740. [2013-01-07 08:53:29] <Flumentia> Sadly, there's no 5036. Continuing
  2741. [2013-01-07 08:56:21] <Flumentia> OK, it's definitely NOT a caesar cipher. It could be a ROT13 or equivalent though. I'll try just in case.
  2742. [2013-01-07 08:56:29] [ERROR] The command ``+op'' is not known to the server.
  2743. [2013-01-07 08:56:38] =-= Mode #33012013 +op Ymgve by Lurker69
  2744. [2013-01-07 08:58:03] <lull> is there any progress on twitter?
  2745. [2013-01-07 08:58:08] <Lurker69> Ymgve: #3301hackers this one is for coding mainly
  2746. [2013-01-07 08:59:42] <Cosmo_> You know you've been awake too long when you laugh at "Everybody loves Raymond"
  2747. [2013-01-07 09:00:09] <iIIustrious> you know you've been awake too long when you choose to start watching it
  2748. [2013-01-07 09:00:19] <brotherBox> ^
  2749. [2013-01-07 09:00:41] <Cosmo_> Good point. But the tv was already on and the remote is at least....oohh...... 3 feet away.
  2750. [2013-01-07 09:01:03] |<-- anonalaala has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2751. [2013-01-07 09:01:14] <Cosmo_> Anyway, back to audacity
  2752. [2013-01-07 09:02:05] |<-- Asa has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
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  2754. [2013-01-07 09:03:07] <Lurker69> finnaly channel relaxed a bit
  2755. [2013-01-07 09:03:22] * Lurker69 likes brief moments of silence
  2756. [2013-01-07 09:04:04] <brotherBox> LOLOLOL
  2757. [2013-01-07 09:04:23] <Lurker69> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGSKrC7dGcY
  2758. [2013-01-07 09:05:24] <Lurker69> if here is anybody that isn afraid of reddit and has more than 3 karma pints you can post this shit on it http://pastebin.com/bV38i6mK
  2759. [2013-01-07 09:05:43] <Flumentia> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qNXYqAmVcU
  2760. [2013-01-07 09:06:20] <iIIustrious> that pastebin won't work for me, lurk
  2761. [2013-01-07 09:07:07] <Lurker69> hmm
  2762. [2013-01-07 09:07:49] <Lurker69> https://pastee.org/bgx9f
  2763. [2013-01-07 09:07:53] <Lesmo> Alright, I'll see you guys tomorrow... gotta sleep and do my fucking government obligations as a tax payer first thing in the morning
  2764. [2013-01-07 09:08:11] <Ymgve> is there something verifying the twitter account is part of cicada
  2765. [2013-01-07 09:08:12] <Lurker69> enjoy the silence
  2766. [2013-01-07 09:08:14] <Lesmo> Good night, ladies and gentlemen
  2767. [2013-01-07 09:08:21] <Flumentia> Yes, it's in the live CD
  2768. [2013-01-07 09:08:30] <iIIustrious> not really, ymgve
  2769. [2013-01-07 09:08:30] <Lurker69> Ymgve: not for now but it is in its style
  2770. [2013-01-07 09:08:44] <Lurker69> besides it wwas made before we get that number
  2771. [2013-01-07 09:09:02] <Lurker69> number came from linux boot cd that had cicada PGP
  2772. [2013-01-07 09:09:15] <iIIustrious> do we have when the account was made?
  2773. [2013-01-07 09:09:39] <Lurker69> i think on 30 dec, somebody said so or something
  2774. [2013-01-07 09:09:44] <lull> it might go up to 3301 post, it would be cicada´s style, i mean patience is a virtue
  2775. [2013-01-07 09:09:51] <soulseekah> which account?
  2776. [2013-01-07 09:09:57] <soulseekah> twitter?
  2777. [2013-01-07 09:09:58] |<-- Alkapwn2 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2778. [2013-01-07 09:09:59] <Lurker69> but for now we didnt find any PGP in twiiter
  2779. [2013-01-07 09:10:26] <Lurker69> soulseekah: the you you were making that not jpg file from
  2780. [2013-01-07 09:10:32] <lull> guys
  2781. [2013-01-07 09:10:34] <Lurker69> https://twitter.com/1231507051321
  2782. [2013-01-07 09:10:43] <lull> twitter interval has changed
  2783. [2013-01-07 09:10:48] <lull> its 4 mins now
  2784. [2013-01-07 09:10:50] <iIIustrious> a few times now
  2785. [2013-01-07 09:10:52] <Lurker69> lull: yes it is speeding up
  2786. [2013-01-07 09:11:21] <lull> lurker69 that makes sense, i guess first phase was on 464?
  2787. [2013-01-07 09:11:21] <soulseekah> what's the password to the live cd shell?
  2788. [2013-01-07 09:11:35] <Lurker69> lull: no
  2789. [2013-01-07 09:11:49] <Lurker69> it changed at 0:00 GMT or something like that
  2790. [2013-01-07 09:11:53] <lull> when did it happen?
  2791. [2013-01-07 09:11:58] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html
  2792. [2013-01-07 09:11:59] <lull> oh
  2793. [2013-01-07 09:12:01] <Lurker69> it went pass 464 as nothing
  2794. [2013-01-07 09:12:10] <soulseekah> 0007756 9ffc10eb9809aeca85124473aea0bada3c72d5c56e2a4058feebe42682bb728a9be8c6e509ae0fb76d839518b7069e0f228f8294dc594fbdbbbf064c55e0d1febf Sun Jan 06 23:56:01 +0000 2013
  2795. [2013-01-07 09:12:12] <soulseekah> changed then
  2796. [2013-01-07 09:12:14] <Lurker69> soulseekah: that tweet yes
  2797. [2013-01-07 09:12:18] <Cosmo_> It changed after midnight (i'm on the GMT)
  2798. [2013-01-07 09:12:24] <Ymgve> so, what's up with the DATA folder on the ISO
  2799. [2013-01-07 09:12:25] <lull> lurker69 so next one will occur on 13 and 17? might be?
  2800. [2013-01-07 09:12:38] <Lurker69> Ymgve: data is the mystery for now
  2801. [2013-01-07 09:12:42] <soulseekah> What is the login to the shell on 3301?
  2802. [2013-01-07 09:12:42] <Lurker69> no clues
  2803. [2013-01-07 09:12:55] <Lurker69> soulseekah: had some theories
  2804. [2013-01-07 09:13:20] |<-- Lesmo has left freenode (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
  2805. [2013-01-07 09:13:30] <Cosmo_> I wonder if there'll ever be anything that points to a location rather than an answer
  2806. [2013-01-07 09:13:33] <Lurker69> soulseekah: i think you would have to ask somebody else for that
  2807. [2013-01-07 09:13:45] <Cosmo_> if it's all around, we should be able to see or experience it somewhere
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  2809. [2013-01-07 09:13:48] <soulseekah> Who was the person who got the bootup .sh script off of the images?
  2810. [2013-01-07 09:13:58] <soulseekah> Did anyone actually get into the shell?
  2811. [2013-01-07 09:14:02] <Flumentia> The login to the shell? Try 'all around you'
  2812. [2013-01-07 09:14:04] <Lurker69> hmm... let me check logs
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  2814. [2013-01-07 09:14:12] <soulseekah> I need a username and a password
  2815. [2013-01-07 09:14:25] <Flumentia> root, all around you
  2816. [2013-01-07 09:14:32] <Flumentia> Probably a long way off.
  2817. [2013-01-07 09:14:42] <lull> hmm
  2818. [2013-01-07 09:14:43] <Cosmo_> or 3301, all around you
  2819. [2013-01-07 09:14:54] <soulseekah> nope
  2820. [2013-01-07 09:14:59] <soulseekah> can't keep on guessing
  2821. [2013-01-07 09:15:01] <soulseekah> let's see
  2822. [2013-01-07 09:15:08] <soulseekah> it's running a Tiny Core Linux
  2823. [2013-01-07 09:15:12] <soulseekah> they're bound to have default
  2824. [2013-01-07 09:15:13] |<-- beads has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2825. [2013-01-07 09:15:19] <Flumentia> Almost had a heart attack. I thought the twitter had stopped as the last one I saw had 6m on it...
  2826. [2013-01-07 09:15:25] <lull> last year there were qr and phones, phone numbers have nothing to do with it but how about try to open the data files with iOS or android??
  2827. [2013-01-07 09:15:37] <Cosmo_> Remember who we're dealing with, i don't know if they'd leave anything default
  2828. [2013-01-07 09:15:42] <Flumentia> Anyways, I gotta go guys. I'll see you all tomorrow!
  2829. [2013-01-07 09:15:48] <lull> it might be app
  2830. [2013-01-07 09:15:49] <Flumentia> Or maybe in an hour or two.
  2831. [2013-01-07 09:16:07] |<-- Flumentia has left freenode (Quit: Too cool for this)
  2832. [2013-01-07 09:16:32] <soulseekah> Core Linux
  2833. [2013-01-07 09:16:34] <soulseekah> box login:
  2834. [2013-01-07 09:18:05] <Lurker69> <primius> onon: http://pastebin.com/sSJgTKQD
  2835. [2013-01-07 09:18:26] <Lurker69> [2013-01-05 20:08:08] <primius> onon: http://pastebin.com/sSJgTKQD he was the first who posted that pastebin
  2836. [2013-01-07 09:18:32] <lull> lurker69 does the intervals of 4 and 5 minutes give us a huge list of prime numbers? i mean there are the posted x minutes ago?
  2837. [2013-01-07 09:18:38] <Lurker69> not sure if he made thee dimb
  2838. [2013-01-07 09:18:53] |<-- gentoomen has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2839. [2013-01-07 09:19:16] <Lurker69> the dump*
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  2841. [2013-01-07 09:19:59] <Lurker69> lull: ? in my opinion interwas is getting smaller so we will get our file faster
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  2843. [2013-01-07 09:20:59] <lull> lurker69 well last year there was a clear countdown so it´s kind of weard that it doesnt post every minute then
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  2846. [2013-01-07 09:21:34] |<-- dhdjdj has left freenode (Client Quit)
  2847. [2013-01-07 09:21:51] <Lurker69> lull: count doen last year was on a web page... twiiter looks like analogue to reddit from last year
  2848. [2013-01-07 09:22:19] <Lurker69> http://www.reddit.com/r/a2e7j6ic78h0j/
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  2850. [2013-01-07 09:22:29] <lull> hmm true
  2851. [2013-01-07 09:22:31] <Lurker69> but it was different setup last year
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  2853. [2013-01-07 09:23:00] <lolxD> any1 here?
  2854. [2013-01-07 09:23:07] <Cosmo_> Well....yeah
  2855. [2013-01-07 09:23:14] <Absencemobile> Hey guys. We figure out twitter fully or just adding to the jpg?
  2856. [2013-01-07 09:23:26] <lolxD> any progress dude?
  2857. [2013-01-07 09:24:28] <Cosmo_> They're all looking at the stuff coming from the twitter. That's all dutch to me so I'm tearing the mp3 to pieces.
  2858. [2013-01-07 09:28:20] |<-- Absencemobile has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  2859. [2013-01-07 09:29:13] <Anon2595> not sure if this is something, but i'll throw it out there
  2860. [2013-01-07 09:29:35] |<-- mercurial_ has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  2861. [2013-01-07 09:29:41] <Anon2595> when I put the hex codes from twitter into Hex Workshop and set it to show in unicode
  2862. [2013-01-07 09:30:01] <Anon2595> it's gives me tons of Chinese/Japanese characters
  2863. [2013-01-07 09:30:08] <Ymgve> that's unicode for ya
  2864. [2013-01-07 09:30:10] <lull> utranslate it
  2865. [2013-01-07 09:30:11] <iIIustrious> which
  2866. [2013-01-07 09:30:12] <iIIustrious> ?
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  2868. [2013-01-07 09:30:22] <iIIustrious> paste it?
  2869. [2013-01-07 09:30:40] <Ymgve> is there a nice binary dump of the stuff from twitter
  2870. [2013-01-07 09:30:47] <lolxD> the tweet isn't a normal hex, isn't ?
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  2872. [2013-01-07 09:31:09] <immortalghost> hey
  2873. [2013-01-07 09:31:15] <immortalghost> so....
  2874. [2013-01-07 09:31:16] |<-- sdfv has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  2875. [2013-01-07 09:31:39] <Anon2595> 㙢挹捣㍥〰〱愴㘴㠴㈰㐵㤵㤵㠵〰㄰〰搸〰〰晦戸ㄶㄳㄶ愶愶㌶㜲㜳㤲搳攳㈳戲戳攳昳㘲愳〲挳挰㜴㈶㜶挷㈳㜶㜶ㄷ搳㌷ㄷ搶㤶户收〳〰
  2876. [2013-01-07 09:31:46] <Anon2595> just tons of that kind of stuff
  2877. [2013-01-07 09:32:23] <lull> 㙢 the ladle out the pound ㍥ 〰 〱 sad 㘴 㠴, 2005 㐵 㤵 㤵 㠵 〰 ㄰ 〰 Zhen 〰 〰 dark Kobe ㄶ ㄳ ㄶ Xiexie ㌶ 㜲 㜳 㤲 Huaxun ㈳ Xichuoxunyi 㘲 Ju 〲 Qiancheng 㜴 ㈶ 㜶 Bang ㈳ 㜶 㜶ㄷ grab the Hua ㌷ ㄷ, the 㤶 the households received 〳 〰
  2878. [2013-01-07 09:32:31] <lull> translated
  2879. [2013-01-07 09:32:33] <iIIustrious> sadly, looks pretty much like junk
  2880. [2013-01-07 09:32:37] <iIIustrious> lol, lull
  2881. [2013-01-07 09:32:41] <immortalghost> sounds cool
  2882. [2013-01-07 09:32:54] <lolxD> dark kobe?
  2883. [2013-01-07 09:32:55] <iIIustrious> did you run that through google translate or something?
  2884. [2013-01-07 09:32:58] <lolxD> like, kobe brian nigga version?
  2885. [2013-01-07 09:33:12] |<-- immortalghost has left freenode (Client Quit)
  2886. [2013-01-07 09:33:13] <lull> google :D
  2887. [2013-01-07 09:33:25] |<-- Borssa has left freenode (Client Quit)
  2888. [2013-01-07 09:33:29] <iIIustrious> google is pretty terrible at asian languages
  2889. [2013-01-07 09:33:36] <lolxD> so I think it's still stucked, eh?
  2890. [2013-01-07 09:33:48] <Ymgve> "After putting the tweets gathered so far through a hex converter, near the beginning of the tweets, the headers for jpg images were found, indicating that the tweets are all pieces of a single jpg file."
  2891. [2013-01-07 09:33:57] <Ymgve> I don't see a jpeg header in the first tweet
  2892. [2013-01-07 09:33:59] <iIIustrious> either way, that looks like about as much junk as every other encoding we've tried
  2893. [2013-01-07 09:34:01] <Anon2595> i can do it if it's Japanese, but I don't know jack shit about Chinese
  2894. [2013-01-07 09:34:03] |<-- lull has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
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  2896. [2013-01-07 09:34:56] <AlooGobi> here. we go.
  2897. [2013-01-07 09:35:31] <Ymgve> Could anyone explain how they go "twitter=jpeg"?
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  2899. [2013-01-07 09:36:52] <Ymgve> oh, nevermind, the later data matches up
  2900. [2013-01-07 09:40:59] <crash_demons> part of the bytes match JFIF alignment
  2901. [2013-01-07 09:41:45] <crash_demons> that whole abcdefghi.... alphabet thing is common in jpeg's also (dunno why though)
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  2903. [2013-01-07 09:43:03] <Ymgve> looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
  2904. [2013-01-07 09:43:04] <Ymgve> l
  2905. [2013-01-07 09:43:21] <Ymgve> xor twitter with 761.MP3
  2906. [2013-01-07 09:43:24] <Ymgve> get proper jpeg
  2907. [2013-01-07 09:43:31] <brotherBox> What
  2908. [2013-01-07 09:43:40] <Ymgve> now someone give me a proper hexdump of the twitter
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  2911. [2013-01-07 09:43:52] <Ymgve> so I don't need to parse http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html
  2912. [2013-01-07 09:44:00] <Flumentia> So, any more news since I left?
  2913. [2013-01-07 09:44:29] <brotherBox> Ymgve, what is the problem? Just parse it
  2914. [2013-01-07 09:44:40] <Ymgve> brotherBox: lazy :P
  2915. [2013-01-07 09:44:45] <AlooGobi> you need to have a lot of previous knowledge to solve this dont you...
  2916. [2013-01-07 09:45:03] <Flumentia> AlooGobi: Yes. Also can I have an update?
  2917. [2013-01-07 09:45:23] <brotherBox> Ymgve, just fire up the regex engine of your choice and do it
  2918. [2013-01-07 09:45:33] <lolxD> check the wiki ^^
  2919. [2013-01-07 09:45:37] <Anon2595> http://pastebin.com/PjLRheuk
  2920. [2013-01-07 09:45:40] <Anon2595> litterally just updated it
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  2922. [2013-01-07 09:46:47] <AlooGobi> not the time to ask for some one to hold my hand is it.
  2923. [2013-01-07 09:47:19] <brotherBox> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Uncovering_Cicada_Wiki
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  2926. [2013-01-07 09:48:36] <lull> did the chinese produce anything? ot just gibberish?
  2927. [2013-01-07 09:49:07] <Flumentia> Umm, the wiki hasn't changed at all for about 4 hours.
  2928. [2013-01-07 09:49:32] <Flumentia> I'm looking for maybe the past 20 mins or so. What are these chinese characters?
  2929. [2013-01-07 09:50:19] <lull> who got the chinese out of it?
  2930. [2013-01-07 09:50:57] <lolxD> [15:31] <Anon2595> 㙢挹捣㍥〰〱愴㘴㠴㈰㐵㤵㤵㠵〰㄰〰搸〰〰晦戸ㄶㄳㄶ愶愶㌶㜲㜳㤲搳攳㈳戲戳攳昳㘲愳〲挳挰㜴㈶㜶挷㈳㜶㜶ㄷ搳㌷ㄷ搶㤶户收〳〰
  2931. [2013-01-07 09:51:13] <lolxD> he try hex -> unicode
  2932. [2013-01-07 09:51:51] |<-- mar0ux has left freenode (Client Quit)
  2933. [2013-01-07 09:52:15] <Ymgve> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/outputt.jpg
  2934. [2013-01-07 09:52:19] <Ymgve> that's the output of twitter so far
  2935. [2013-01-07 09:52:22] <crash_demons> it say: man who unicode random bytes know not what he reaps
  2936. [2013-01-07 09:52:26] <Ymgve> xored with 761.MP3
  2937. [2013-01-07 09:52:28] <iIIustrious> runes
  2938. [2013-01-07 09:52:29] <crash_demons> j/k
  2939. [2013-01-07 09:53:03] <Flumentia> Well that's big.
  2940. [2013-01-07 09:53:08] <iIIustrious> very intersting
  2941. [2013-01-07 09:53:15] <iIIustrious> we're only half way through
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  2943. [2013-01-07 09:53:21] <lull> very cicada
  2944. [2013-01-07 09:53:31] <Flumentia> I'd say there's something at the bottom. Can you give an ETA for completion?
  2945. [2013-01-07 09:53:41] <iIIustrious> great job Ymgve
  2946. [2013-01-07 09:53:49] <Flumentia> Or even better, a script for me to complete it myself?
  2947. [2013-01-07 09:53:59] <Flumentia> In case you have to leave before then?
  2948. [2013-01-07 09:54:10] <crash_demons> is the image corrupted for everyone else?
  2949. [2013-01-07 09:54:15] <crash_demons> I mean, cut off
  2950. [2013-01-07 09:54:20] <G[k]> Yes
  2951. [2013-01-07 09:54:21] <youdontknow> yes
  2952. [2013-01-07 09:54:23] <iIIustrious> that would be becuase we don't have it all yet
  2953. [2013-01-07 09:54:27] <youdontknow> the twitter feed is incomplete
  2954. [2013-01-07 09:54:33] <crash_demons> might be enough to search/tineye the image
  2955. [2013-01-07 09:54:40] <Cosmo_> Exciting, nice job guys!
  2956. [2013-01-07 09:55:46] <Refresh> So now we play the waiting game
  2957. [2013-01-07 09:55:49] <AlooGobi> yoooloooooo
  2958. [2013-01-07 09:55:57] <G[k]> They're all Anglo-Saxon runes. The "letter" is their transliteration. Not sure about the "value".
  2959. [2013-01-07 09:56:21] <iIIustrious> we're probably going to get a code that needs it
  2960. [2013-01-07 09:56:27] <iIIustrious> or, have one already
  2961. [2013-01-07 09:56:38] <iIIustrious> possibly in those data files
  2962. [2013-01-07 09:56:41] <Refresh> Is twitter still outputting hex every 4 minutes?
  2963. [2013-01-07 09:56:46] <AlooGobi> Runescape runes!
  2964. [2013-01-07 09:57:10] <lolxD> so we'll try to wait all the twitter and try to combine it to a single jpg ?
  2965. [2013-01-07 09:57:22] <Ymgve> Flumentia: it's just xor each byte from twitter with the mp3
  2966. [2013-01-07 09:57:40] <Cosmo_> Just googling around with what we have, gonna trawl this, see if there's any clues
  2967. [2013-01-07 09:57:41] <Cosmo_> http://www.erolsadiku.com/DOWNLOAD/FREEMASONRY%20%28SLOBODNO%20ZIDARSTVO%29/Books-3/Gematria%2C%20A%20Preliminary%20Investigation%20of%20the%20Cabala.pdf
  2968. [2013-01-07 09:57:44] <lull> we could try it every once and while, could get o match!
  2969. [2013-01-07 09:57:49] <G[k]> Has anyone else noticed "û.cbt.img.bin.com.c32
  2970. [2013-01-07 09:58:16] <Ymgve> where?
  2971. [2013-01-07 09:58:35] <G[k]> Let me get the line number one second.
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  2974. [2013-01-07 10:00:01] <Cosmo_> Why are we only getting a chart of prime numbers anyway?
  2975. [2013-01-07 10:00:02] |<-- atrakd has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  2976. [2013-01-07 10:00:22] <Refresh> This is driving me insane -- we must be missing something
  2977. [2013-01-07 10:00:30] <Ymgve> probably something hidden in the image as with the previous ones
  2978. [2013-01-07 10:02:00] <Cosmo_> The symbols in the gematria don't match 3301's table either.
  2979. [2013-01-07 10:02:05] |<-- lull has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  2980. [2013-01-07 10:02:07] <Refresh> I just found this -- cannot confirm validity due to data being stripped by host. http://i.imgur.com/vjuNp.jpg
  2981. [2013-01-07 10:02:30] <Ymgve> Cosmo_: Gematria or gimatria (Hebrew: ??????? gema?riya) is a system of assigning numerical value to a word or phrase
  2982. [2013-01-07 10:03:02] <Lurker69> good job ymgve, that was to easy for you...
  2983. [2013-01-07 10:03:04] <Ymgve> is there anything relating that pdf to 3301 apart from the word Gematria
  2984. [2013-01-07 10:03:30] <Cosmo_> Ymgve: I'm literally just learning all of this . I'll keep my mouth shut untill I've learnt more.
  2985. [2013-01-07 10:03:35] <scrounger> what's the "order and a value" mean?
  2986. [2013-01-07 10:03:44] <Cosmo_> Maybe, I'm scanning
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  2989. [2013-01-07 10:04:47] <scrounger> a quick google search revealed: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/777_and_Other_Qabalistic_Writings_of_Aleister_Crowley#Gematria
  2990. [2013-01-07 10:04:47] <--| mar0ux has left #33012013
  2991. [2013-01-07 10:05:10] <Lurker69> http://www.vikingrune.com/rune-converter/?r_sentence=cthulhu&r_alpha=1&submit;=Convert
  2992. [2013-01-07 10:05:18] <Lurker69> http://www.sunnyway.com/runes/write_in_runes.html
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  2995. [2013-01-07 10:06:18] <scrounger> Uhhhh SHIT GUYS!
  2996. [2013-01-07 10:06:30] <scrounger> Book of the Law Chapter 2, line 56:
  2997. [2013-01-07 10:06:44] <scrounger> Sorry, 55
  2998. [2013-01-07 10:06:44] <scrounger> 55. Thou shalt obtain the order & value of the English Alphabet; thou shalt find new symbols to attribute them unto.
  2999. [2013-01-07 10:07:55] <scrounger> So... they're saying they obtained the order & value?
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  3001. [2013-01-07 10:08:07] <scrounger> WTF is this shit?
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  3003. [2013-01-07 10:08:35] =-= G[k]_ is now known as G[k]
  3004. [2013-01-07 10:09:24] <Lurker69> Ymgve: when you xored mp3 with tweets... did "&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXY" stay the same?
  3005. [2013-01-07 10:09:42] <Ymgve> Lurker69: well something like that at least
  3006. [2013-01-07 10:09:50] <Ymgve> jpegs have some rising stuff like that
  3007. [2013-01-07 10:09:59] <iIIustrious> well, sounds like I put off writing code to xor as long as I could
  3008. [2013-01-07 10:10:23] |<-- bk13 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3009. [2013-01-07 10:10:53] <crash_demons> unrelated JPEG: "%&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz"
  3010. [2013-01-07 10:10:59] <crash_demons> seems the same
  3011. [2013-01-07 10:11:00] <G[k]> Sorry I couldn't get the line #, my computer died when I tried to look at the file again. It's right next to the lines for the "Like the instal, tunnelling" passage if you search the .iso file while opened in a text editor.
  3012. [2013-01-07 10:11:07] <Cosmo_> I wonder if the next thing will use these symbols instead of numbers and letters.
  3013. [2013-01-07 10:11:14] <Lurker69> Ymgve: but "&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXY" was in the tweets, xoring should corrupt that
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  3015. [2013-01-07 10:11:30] <Ymgve> Lurker69: not when the mp3 has long sequences of 00
  3016. [2013-01-07 10:11:32] <scrounger> this seems bigger than just whatever message is next, guys.
  3017. [2013-01-07 10:11:44] <Ymgve> Lurker69: check the mp3 in a hex editor
  3018. [2013-01-07 10:11:46] <Lurker69> Ymgve: ok thx
  3019. [2013-01-07 10:12:06] <scrounger> Ymgve: where have you been up until now?
  3020. [2013-01-07 10:12:30] <Ymgve> scrounger: gaming
  3021. [2013-01-07 10:12:59] <scrounger> well good job
  3022. [2013-01-07 10:13:28] <Ymgve> I might also be close to a breakthru on 560.13
  3023. [2013-01-07 10:13:45] <Ymgve> looks like some form of xoring there too
  3024. [2013-01-07 10:13:50] <scrounger> yeah?
  3025. [2013-01-07 10:13:55] <iIIustrious> makes sense
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  3027. [2013-01-07 10:14:59] <Lurker69> lame
  3028. [2013-01-07 10:15:11] <Lurker69> cicada is stealing ideas about puzzles from otp22
  3029. [2013-01-07 10:15:29] <scrounger> what idea ist that, Lurker?
  3030. [2013-01-07 10:15:31] <AlooGobi> is wiki utd?
  3031. [2013-01-07 10:15:39] <Anon2595> well, we're getting into runes and Aliester Crowley? This really is right up my alleyy
  3032. [2013-01-07 10:15:41] |<-- fts has left freenode (Quit: fts)
  3033. [2013-01-07 10:15:42] <crash_demons> otp22 has more mystery though
  3034. [2013-01-07 10:15:52] <Lurker69> scrounger: http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=36166&start=165
  3035. [2013-01-07 10:16:08] <scrounger> under maintenance
  3036. [2013-01-07 10:16:30] <scrounger> what is it though? if it's xor you're talking about, I mean... xor is used in encryption all the time.
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  3038. [2013-01-07 10:18:26] <scrounger> that's how one time pads work.
  3039. [2013-01-07 10:18:30] <Ymgve> ok, twitter xor mp3 xor 560.13 gives base64
  3040. [2013-01-07 10:18:31] <scrounger> also rc4
  3041. [2013-01-07 10:18:38] <scrounger> say what?
  3042. [2013-01-07 10:18:49] <Lurker69> http://prntscr.com/oebcq otp22 http://prntscr.com/oebff cicada 3301
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  3044. [2013-01-07 10:18:50] <Ymgve> but we need more of the image
  3045. [2013-01-07 10:20:20] <Lurker69> lol
  3046. [2013-01-07 10:21:03] <Lurker69> looks to easy now
  3047. [2013-01-07 10:21:49] <scrounger> lol
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  3049. [2013-01-07 10:22:37] <asdff> hurry up and solve this shit
  3050. [2013-01-07 10:22:41] <asdff> i aint paying you for nothing
  3051. [2013-01-07 10:22:50] <Lurker69> asdff: solved
  3052. [2013-01-07 10:22:53] <Lurker69> just
  3053. [2013-01-07 10:23:05] <asdff> yea just saw as i typed that
  3054. [2013-01-07 10:23:05] <asdff> lol
  3055. [2013-01-07 10:23:11] <Lurker69> we called our leet forces
  3056. [2013-01-07 10:23:13] <Ymgve> anyway I hope someone duplicates my work
  3057. [2013-01-07 10:23:40] <asdff> what is this club anyway?
  3058. [2013-01-07 10:23:55] <Lurker69> noone can matches your work, if image will have legit PGP in it we all know that you are cicada
  3059. [2013-01-07 10:24:10] <iIIustrious> I will when I'm done coding something to xor the files
  3060. [2013-01-07 10:24:13] <Lurker69> asdff: it is a secret
  3061. [2013-01-07 10:24:35] <iIIustrious> unless theres an obvious usefull tool I've never heard of
  3062. [2013-01-07 10:24:36] <asdff> it sounds fucking stupid
  3063. [2013-01-07 10:24:45] <Lurker69> iIIustrious: i think we have scripts in otp22 wiki
  3064. [2013-01-07 10:24:59] <Lurker69> http://otp22.referata.com/wiki/Main_Page
  3065. [2013-01-07 10:25:06] <Lurker69> not sure where
  3066. [2013-01-07 10:25:22] <Lurker69> asdff: it is not it is real recruitment
  3067. [2013-01-07 10:25:37] <asdff> for what tho
  3068. [2013-01-07 10:25:40] <iIIustrious> I'll take a quick look, otherwise it's fast enough to code it
  3069. [2013-01-07 10:25:52] <Lurker69> asdff: and because it is pretty hard to come in oppeople who mede it in last year arent telling shit about it
  3070. [2013-01-07 10:25:55] <iIIustrious> holy shit, you guys cleaned up this wiki since I was last here
  3071. [2013-01-07 10:26:37] <Lurker69> asdff: recruitment to cicada 3301 group
  3072. [2013-01-07 10:27:11] <asdff> what do they do?
  3073. [2013-01-07 10:27:24] <G[k]> Super secret stuff
  3074. [2013-01-07 10:27:40] <Lurker69> asdff: fight for freedom
  3075. [2013-01-07 10:27:42] <Lurker69> http://pastebin.com/RmqxWcnB last leaked message people got before they got recrouted
  3076. [2013-01-07 10:27:45] <asdff> lmao
  3077. [2013-01-07 10:28:01] <lolxD> sheeiiit missed too much info
  3078. [2013-01-07 10:28:19] <soulseekah> Anyone know the credentials to access the 3301 shell?
  3079. [2013-01-07 10:28:40] <brotherBox> There are none.
  3080. [2013-01-07 10:28:44] <Lurker69> asdff: also this is semil legit http://pastebin.com/dHJ6JNkr
  3081. [2013-01-07 10:28:50] <brotherBox> There are no entries in the passwd file
  3082. [2013-01-07 10:29:10] <soulseekah> brotherBox, so no shell access possible
  3083. [2013-01-07 10:29:28] <Lurker69> asdff: that two pastebins are the most info about cicada you can get, all people who know more are in and wont tell you shit about it
  3084. [2013-01-07 10:29:37] <soulseekah> brotherBox, how was the initial shell file recovered? by mounting the .img filesystem directly?
  3085. [2013-01-07 10:29:53] <asdff> cheers
  3086. [2013-01-07 10:29:56] <brotherBox> I think so, yes. I couldn't find it though, but that doesn't mean much.
  3087. [2013-01-07 10:29:56] <Lurker69> asdff: and they are doing legit developing
  3088. [2013-01-07 10:30:05] |<-- asdff has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3089. [2013-01-07 10:30:10] <Lurker69> lol
  3090. [2013-01-07 10:30:14] <soulseekah> brotherBox, I see
  3091. [2013-01-07 10:31:03] <Lurker69> brotherBox: you saw the jpg from tweets
  3092. [2013-01-07 10:31:16] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory#WE_HAVE_THE_IMAGE
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  3094. [2013-01-07 10:31:34] <brotherBox> So 761.mp3 xor tweet = image?
  3095. [2013-01-07 10:31:44] <Ymgve> yeah
  3096. [2013-01-07 10:31:57] <soulseekah> interesting
  3097. [2013-01-07 10:32:04] <brotherBox> Ymgve, do you have a program for that?
  3098. [2013-01-07 10:32:05] <Lurker69> brotherBox: do you remember that when i said that we neeed one more guy from opt22, ymgve was thaty i had in mind
  3099. [2013-01-07 10:32:10] <brotherBox> If not I could write something up.
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  3101. [2013-01-07 10:32:27] <brotherBox> I'm in the coder team after all.
  3102. [2013-01-07 10:32:31] <Ymgve> brotherBox: only shitty puthon code
  3103. [2013-01-07 10:32:33] <pranay> when you guys say xor do you all mean exclusive or
  3104. [2013-01-07 10:32:37] <brotherBox> Yes.
  3105. [2013-01-07 10:32:48] <Ymgve> brotherBox: do it yourself so you can verify my findings
  3106. [2013-01-07 10:32:52] <brotherBox> Xor is the only injective bitwise cipher
  3107. [2013-01-07 10:33:06] <brotherBox> Ymgve, I will.
  3108. [2013-01-07 10:33:33] <brotherBox> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html
  3109. [2013-01-07 10:33:36] <Ymgve> bijective you mean
  3110. [2013-01-07 10:33:38] <brotherBox> Does the site update itself?
  3111. [2013-01-07 10:33:38] <Ymgve> ?
  3112. [2013-01-07 10:33:48] <pranay> so you are literally just xoring the binary value of the mp3 with the value of the tweet?
  3113. [2013-01-07 10:33:52] <brotherBox> Yes.
  3114. [2013-01-07 10:33:59] <brotherBox> Ymgve, now you made me unsure you son of a bitch
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  3116. [2013-01-07 10:34:10] <Ymgve> anyway, xor isn't the only one
  3117. [2013-01-07 10:34:15] <Ymgve> you have ADD and SUB mod 256
  3118. [2013-01-07 10:34:25] <soulseekah> yes
  3119. [2013-01-07 10:34:26] <Ymgve> pranay: yeah
  3120. [2013-01-07 10:34:27] <brotherBox> These aren't bitwise operations in that regard though.
  3121. [2013-01-07 10:34:29] <soulseekah> XOR'd and got the image
  3122. [2013-01-07 10:34:37] <soulseekah> Geometric Primus
  3123. [2013-01-07 10:34:41] <soulseekah> from the tweets
  3124. [2013-01-07 10:34:46] <Ymgve> brotherBox: of course, true
  3125. [2013-01-07 10:34:52] <brotherBox> "And" and "or" don't work like "xor"...lets discuss that when I'm done coding.
  3126. [2013-01-07 10:35:02] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.jpg
  3127. [2013-01-07 10:35:10] <soulseekah> pretty sweet
  3128. [2013-01-07 10:35:16] <scrounger> so, did you guys read Book of the Law Chapter 2 Line 55?
  3129. [2013-01-07 10:35:18] <brotherBox> Ymgve, http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html
  3130. [2013-01-07 10:35:20] <soulseekah> props to whoever figured that out
  3131. [2013-01-07 10:35:22] <brotherBox> Does the site update iself?
  3132. [2013-01-07 10:35:23] <brotherBox> *itself
  3133. [2013-01-07 10:35:24] <soulseekah> yes
  3134. [2013-01-07 10:35:24] <Lurker69> anyway runes are ELDER FUTHARK runes http://www.vikingrune.com/rune-converter/?r_sentence=CICADA&r_alpha=1&submit=Convert
  3135. [2013-01-07 10:35:26] <Ymgve> brotherBox: yeah
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  3137. [2013-01-07 10:35:36] <brotherBox> I see. I'll make it a feed then.
  3138. [2013-01-07 10:35:38] <soulseekah> let me try with the latest tweets now
  3139. [2013-01-07 10:35:42] <brotherBox> Perl or Python?
  3140. [2013-01-07 10:35:47] <scrounger> so, did you guys read Book of the Law Chapter 2 Line 55?
  3141. [2013-01-07 10:35:47] <Lurker69> Elder Futhark is the most ancient Germanic runic alphabet that was in use from the 2nd to 8th centuries by all Germanic tribes. This system of runic writing has a very peculiar and complex inner structure.
  3142. [2013-01-07 10:36:03] <brotherBox> Imma do Perl because I can do that better
  3143. [2013-01-07 10:36:09] <scrounger> That's not what it says though, Lurker69
  3144. [2013-01-07 10:36:13] <Ymgve> scrounger: no, we are kinda busy xoring everything with everything
  3145. [2013-01-07 10:36:31] <scrounger> it's in a differnt order than what you're saying, Lurker69
  3146. [2013-01-07 10:36:31] <lolxD> uhh... so the tweet are slowly became runic table?
  3147. [2013-01-07 10:36:53] <scrounger> Ymgve: gotcha. But you should read it because it relates. In fact the image seems to be quoting it.
  3148. [2013-01-07 10:36:59] <scrounger> I googled it.
  3149. [2013-01-07 10:37:07] <AlooGobi> Where do you guys learn all this stuff. Way over my head
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  3151. [2013-01-07 10:37:38] <scrounger> 55. Thou shalt obtain the order & value of the English Alphabet; thou shalt find new symbols to attribute them unto.
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  3153. [2013-01-07 10:37:49] <scrounger> "an order and a value..."
  3154. [2013-01-07 10:37:58] <soulseekah> have to wait for the rest of the data to come in
  3155. [2013-01-07 10:38:04] <soulseekah> the image is coming and going
  3156. [2013-01-07 10:38:21] |<-- Yy has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  3157. [2013-01-07 10:38:26] <soulseekah> Gematria Primus an order and a value as revealed through 3301
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  3159. [2013-01-07 10:39:25] <brotherBox> AlooGobi, experience.
  3160. [2013-01-07 10:39:35] <scrounger> also, googling crowley and gematria reveals this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/777_and_Other_Qabalistic_Writings_of_Aleister_Crowley#Gematria
  3161. [2013-01-07 10:39:44] <scrounger> he wrote a book called that or something
  3162. [2013-01-07 10:39:49] <pranay> lol i dont even have a resource that allows me to xor as many digits as needed
  3163. [2013-01-07 10:39:58] <brotherBox> Program one yourself.
  3164. [2013-01-07 10:39:59] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.jpg
  3165. [2013-01-07 10:40:00] <soulseekah> more of the image
  3166. [2013-01-07 10:40:17] <AlooGobi> If not last year; its quite the experience.
  3167. [2013-01-07 10:40:23] <soulseekah> I think it will be complete within 1-2 hours
  3168. [2013-01-07 10:40:42] <soulseekah> although may take longer at 65 bytes per 4 minutes
  3169. [2013-01-07 10:40:47] <Lurker69> scrounger: you are right Short Twig is closer
  3170. [2013-01-07 10:40:49] <Lurker69> Short Twig variant of the Younger Futhark is also known as Rök runes. It was used in Norway and Sweden along with the Long Branch variant that was more characteristic for Denmark.
  3171. [2013-01-07 10:40:50] <chimp> what does primus mean?
  3172. [2013-01-07 10:41:01] <soulseekah> in any case, what are those
  3173. [2013-01-07 10:41:02] <scrounger> Lurker69, what is short twig?
  3174. [2013-01-07 10:41:03] <Lurker69> primus is probably pirme in latin
  3175. [2013-01-07 10:41:24] <Lurker69> Short Twig is set of runic alphabet
  3176. [2013-01-07 10:41:29] <scrounger> oh.
  3177. [2013-01-07 10:41:35] <Lurker69> i am looking for online converters
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  3179. [2013-01-07 10:41:42] <chimp> oh, the numbers so far are all primes
  3180. [2013-01-07 10:41:42] <chimp> i see
  3181. [2013-01-07 10:41:45] <scrounger> well, you were calling it FUTHARK, but as I read it down it said FUTHORC
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  3183. [2013-01-07 10:42:22] <chimp> is the consensus gematria primus is just a reference to decoding the picture, rather than a specific piece of information?
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  3185. [2013-01-07 10:42:35] <scrounger> Medieval Latin prmus, from Latin, first;
  3186. [2013-01-07 10:42:37] <AlooGobi> Can I depend on this being the ugly part of the pzzle or does it get worse
  3187. [2013-01-07 10:42:53] <scrounger> Primus means "first"
  3188. [2013-01-07 10:42:59] <scrounger> in latin
  3189. [2013-01-07 10:43:04] <pranay> programming this in c is annoying
  3190. [2013-01-07 10:43:06] <soulseekah> AlooGobi, it is bound to get more challenging of course
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  3193. [2013-01-07 10:43:46] <DigitalShadow> any clues on what the twitter data is?
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  3195. [2013-01-07 10:43:59] <Ymgve> ok, we got enough of the twitter data to decode the base64
  3196. [2013-01-07 10:44:12] <scrounger> what is it?
  3197. [2013-01-07 10:44:28] <Ymgve> that is, mp3 xor twitter xor data\560.13 gives base64 text
  3198. [2013-01-07 10:44:38] <Ymgve> which can be decoded into a png
  3199. [2013-01-07 10:44:57] <Ymgve> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/outt.png
  3200. [2013-01-07 10:45:55] <Ymgve> oh, lol
  3201. [2013-01-07 10:45:57] <Lurker69> beautiful
  3202. [2013-01-07 10:46:04] <iIIustrious> haha
  3203. [2013-01-07 10:46:12] <Lurker69> same as image in tweeter
  3204. [2013-01-07 10:46:22] <Flumentia> Hi again
  3205. [2013-01-07 10:46:25] <Ymgve> the rest after the base64 seems to be the text 3301 repeated
  3206. [2013-01-07 10:46:33] <iIIustrious> haha
  3207. [2013-01-07 10:46:36] <Flumentia> Also the numbers to reference are all primes
  3208. [2013-01-07 10:46:48] <chimp> what is the 3301 referring to
  3209. [2013-01-07 10:46:55] <Ymgve> name of the game
  3210. [2013-01-07 10:47:01] <brotherBox> ^
  3211. [2013-01-07 10:47:04] <Lurker69> cicada 3301
  3212. [2013-01-07 10:47:09] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.jpg
  3213. [2013-01-07 10:47:11] <Flumentia> Oh, and do we have the code to decrypt the viking stuff or is it probably at the end of the image?
  3214. [2013-01-07 10:47:15] <soulseekah> coming and going little by little
  3215. [2013-01-07 10:47:23] <brotherBox> Flumentia, we don't know whats to come yet.
  3216. [2013-01-07 10:47:46] <Flumentia> Cool. Soulseekah, that one you just did is ages before the one you posted earlier...
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  3218. [2013-01-07 10:47:57] <soulseekah> nope
  3219. [2013-01-07 10:47:59] <Ymgve> no, wrong, it's 33010 repeated
  3220. [2013-01-07 10:48:01] <soulseekah> it's coming and going
  3221. [2013-01-07 10:48:08] <soulseekah> due to the nature of how jpeg is encoded
  3222. [2013-01-07 10:48:17] <soulseekah> more data doesn't mean more picture
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  3224. [2013-01-07 10:48:29] <soulseekah> often times more data messes up the tables
  3225. [2013-01-07 10:48:34] <soulseekah> so less picture is visible
  3226. [2013-01-07 10:48:36] <soulseekah> I'm updating it live
  3227. [2013-01-07 10:48:54] <brotherBox> Anything we can do except for waiting?
  3228. [2013-01-07 10:48:56] <chimp> when the table is finished, any idea what sequence its supposed t o help decode?
  3229. [2013-01-07 10:49:05] <Lurker69> anyway runes in the table are of two different sorts left column are germanic tight column are denmark http://prntscr.com/oecyv http://prntscr.com/oectu
  3230. [2013-01-07 10:49:12] <lolxD> pray?
  3231. [2013-01-07 10:49:14] <soulseekah> shouldn't be much longer
  3232. [2013-01-07 10:49:27] <Lurker69> i will ad new png to wiki
  3233. [2013-01-07 10:49:54] <AlooGobi> Alright, from what I understand is that this XOR mp3 is a decoder which converts data into a png file? And the file you guys are working on is linked above which is about 1/3 complete?
  3234. [2013-01-07 10:49:59] <soulseekah> let me see if I can get a larger image
  3235. [2013-01-07 10:50:01] <Ymgve> now
  3236. [2013-01-07 10:50:03] <Ymgve> for my next trick
  3237. [2013-01-07 10:50:04] <Ymgve> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/testout.jpg
  3238. [2013-01-07 10:50:19] <chimp> dang is that it /
  3239. [2013-01-07 10:50:19] <chimp> ?
  3240. [2013-01-07 10:50:23] <iIIustrious> huh
  3241. [2013-01-07 10:50:24] <lolxD> if it need a table for a runic kind, why not trying ABC...Z to the rune ?
  3242. [2013-01-07 10:50:27] <G[k]> Well then
  3243. [2013-01-07 10:50:29] <Cosmo_> Holy. Shit
  3244. [2013-01-07 10:50:55] <chimp> if thats the finished product, what are we supposed to decode using it?
  3245. [2013-01-07 10:51:19] <lolxD> every value is prime number
  3246. [2013-01-07 10:51:20] <AlooGobi> AHoyhoy
  3247. [2013-01-07 10:52:10] <pppp> http://www.gematrix.org/?word=Erick
  3248. [2013-01-07 10:52:12] <Cosmo_> 'revealed' through 3301
  3249. [2013-01-07 10:52:20] <Cosmo_> Strange word to use
  3250. [2013-01-07 10:52:30] <chimp> an order and a value, as well..
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  3252. [2013-01-07 10:52:54] <DigitalShadow> interesting
  3253. [2013-01-07 10:53:33] <brotherBox> INTREDASTING
  3254. [2013-01-07 10:53:49] <chimp> why primes, text AND runes
  3255. [2013-01-07 10:54:07] <AlooGobi> ymgve left?
  3256. [2013-01-07 10:54:14] <Ymgve> no
  3257. [2013-01-07 10:54:19] <AlooGobi> nvm
  3258. [2013-01-07 10:54:27] <AlooGobi> I thought you were captured
  3259. [2013-01-07 10:54:36] <Cosmo_> You mean 'hired'? ;)
  3260. [2013-01-07 10:55:06] <Ymgve> also, there's a PGP message encoded in the image
  3261. [2013-01-07 10:55:17] <Cosmo_> ....Are you a wizarD?
  3262. [2013-01-07 10:55:21] <AlooGobi> What when we all have to go to work or school
  3263. [2013-01-07 10:55:23] <brotherBox> No, hexdump.
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  3265. [2013-01-07 10:55:27] <scrounger> Cosmo_, read chapter 2 line 55 of book of the law
  3266. [2013-01-07 10:56:05] <Cosmo_> I've read it. Now forgive me while I look blankly at the screen.
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  3269. [2013-01-07 10:59:04] <scrounger> what does the pgp message say?
  3270. [2013-01-07 10:59:11] <soulseekah> a little more revealed http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.jpg
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  3272. [2013-01-07 10:59:24] <soulseekah> seems the best for now
  3273. [2013-01-07 10:59:35] <iIIustrious> soul, the whole image is above
  3274. [2013-01-07 10:59:37] <Ymgve> soulseekah: I basically got the full image
  3275. [2013-01-07 10:59:44] <Lurker69> soulseekah: ymgve sold t all http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory#WE_HAVE_THE_IMAGE
  3276. [2013-01-07 10:59:50] <soulseekah> nice
  3277. [2013-01-07 10:59:55] <Lurker69> Ymgve: did tweets stop
  3278. [2013-01-07 10:59:56] <Lurker69> ?
  3279. [2013-01-07 10:59:58] <soulseekah> no
  3280. [2013-01-07 11:00:00] <soulseekah> still coming in
  3281. [2013-01-07 11:00:07] <Ymgve> Lurker69: no, the tweets are halfway
  3282. [2013-01-07 11:00:08] <Lurker69> or is now only 3301 ....
  3283. [2013-01-07 11:00:48] <AlooGobi> 00009dad:
  3284. [2013-01-07 11:00:57] <AlooGobi> 00009gag:?
  3285. [2013-01-07 11:01:02] <Lurker69> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/testout.jpg is mp3 xor twitter right?
  3286. [2013-01-07 11:01:21] <Ymgve> yeah
  3287. [2013-01-07 11:01:47] <Lurker69> so how could you get whole image if we dont have all the tweets yet?
  3288. [2013-01-07 11:02:01] <Ymgve> but the full formula is mp3 xor twitter xor 560.13 = base64
  3289. [2013-01-07 11:02:02] <Cosmo_> There's another image?
  3290. [2013-01-07 11:02:09] <Ymgve> AND
  3291. [2013-01-07 11:02:18] <Ymgve> the base64 is actually two parts
  3292. [2013-01-07 11:02:28] <Ymgve> first a base64 image, then the text 33010 repeated
  3293. [2013-01-07 11:03:15] <AlooGobi> If you look downwards from the top of your screen
  3294. [2013-01-07 11:03:15] <Ymgve> I just assumed that it would continue to have 33010 repeated, thus recreating all the data in base64
  3295. [2013-01-07 11:03:15] <AlooGobi> there are blemishes in the picture.
  3296. [2013-01-07 11:03:23] <Ymgve> and then I took base64 xor 560.13 xor mp3 = twitter
  3297. [2013-01-07 11:03:31] <AlooGobi> small outliers?
  3298. [2013-01-07 11:04:05] <chimp> < <@Ymgve> and then I took base64 xor 560.13 xor mp3 = twitter <-- huh?
  3299. [2013-01-07 11:04:22] <brotherBox> Thats how xor works.
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  3301. [2013-01-07 11:04:55] <brotherBox> a xor b = c, a xor c = b and c xor b = a
  3302. [2013-01-07 11:05:35] <Cosmo_> So it leaves the question, what's next?
  3303. [2013-01-07 11:05:52] <AlooGobi> THIS IS INSANELY FUN
  3304. [2013-01-07 11:06:09] <chimp> we have a decoding table
  3305. [2013-01-07 11:06:12] <chimp> but no code to decode
  3306. [2013-01-07 11:06:15] <chimp> right?
  3307. [2013-01-07 11:06:16] <soulseekah> what could 7d35 d37d f4d7 4df mean?
  3308. [2013-01-07 11:06:21] <Ymgve> might go to work soon, so this is the next step: the decoding image has a GPG message embedded
  3309. [2013-01-07 11:06:24] <Cosmo_> That's how it looks.
  3310. [2013-01-07 11:06:34] <Ymgve> the message _appears_ blank, but it actually has a pattern of spaces and tabs
  3311. [2013-01-07 11:06:42] <chimp> binary?
  3312. [2013-01-07 11:06:44] <Ymgve> I haven't looked at exactly what's hidden there yet
  3313. [2013-01-07 11:07:00] <Lurker69> Ymgve: running outguess in a moment
  3314. [2013-01-07 11:07:04] [INFO] There is nothing to tab-complete. Use F6 to cycle through the user list, input box and the chat output.
  3315. [2013-01-07 11:07:05] [INFO] There is nothing to tab-complete. Use F6 to cycle through the user list, input box and the chat output.
  3316. [2013-01-07 11:07:11] <chimp> can we have a look at the message ?
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  3318. [2013-01-07 11:07:37] <Lurker69> Ymgve: so you actually outsmart cicada and calculated tweets in advance..... lulz
  3319. [2013-01-07 11:07:47] <Cosmo_> Also need to see how it connects back to the clues from earlier. The parable has been forgotten
  3320. [2013-01-07 11:07:55] <Ymgve> Lurker69: I think they intended for us to be able to
  3321. [2013-01-07 11:08:01] <Ymgve> if not the padding might be more irregular
  3322. [2013-01-07 11:08:06] <Cosmo_> Ymgve is a wizard of information. Fact.
  3323. [2013-01-07 11:08:59] <Ymgve> also there might be some hidden message in the png we get from the base64 txt
  3324. [2013-01-07 11:09:24] <chimp> 55. Thou shalt obtain the order & value of the English Alphabet; thou shalt find new symbols to attribute them unto.
  3325. [2013-01-07 11:09:34] <chimp> what do you man you crazy son of a gun
  3326. [2013-01-07 11:09:37] <chimp> mean*
  3327. [2013-01-07 11:10:22] <AlooGobi> Onwards has to be linguistics
  3328. [2013-01-07 11:10:27] <soulseekah> well the PNG ends way before the file itself ends
  3329. [2013-01-07 11:10:42] <soulseekah> the IEND block is not at its end, and we have some patterns
  3330. [2013-01-07 11:10:43] <AlooGobi> we have the order and value, something should need to be decoded
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  3332. [2013-01-07 11:11:00] <chimp> we have this pattern of spaces and tabs Ymgve mentioned
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  3334. [2013-01-07 11:11:14] <Ymgve> soulseekah: hah, good eye
  3335. [2013-01-07 11:11:15] <soulseekah> IEND around offset 0003bc0
  3336. [2013-01-07 11:11:20] =-= o is now known as Guest34132
  3337. [2013-01-07 11:11:21] <Ymgve> completely missed that
  3338. [2013-01-07 11:11:28] <soulseekah> data goes to 00070c0
  3339. [2013-01-07 11:11:33] <soulseekah> and is rather puzzling
  3340. [2013-01-07 11:11:41] <soulseekah> repetition of 7d35 d37d f4d7 4df
  3341. [2013-01-07 11:12:01] <Ymgve> wait
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  3343. [2013-01-07 11:12:05] <Ymgve> might just be my fuckup
  3344. [2013-01-07 11:12:11] <AlooGobi> Outward thinking : Could something pop up at CES?
  3345. [2013-01-07 11:12:45] <Ymgve> yea, I fucked up
  3346. [2013-01-07 11:12:57] <Lurker69> http://pastebin.com/UA5xDk7s outguess of testout.txt
  3347. [2013-01-07 11:12:58] <Ymgve> and included the 33010 repeating in the base64 decoding
  3348. [2013-01-07 11:13:09] <n_factor> Ymgve, did you see my pm?
  3349. [2013-01-07 11:13:09] <Lurker69> not empty notice tabs and spaces
  3350. [2013-01-07 11:13:18] <Anon2595> " we have this pattern of spaces and tabs Ymgve mentioned"
  3351. [2013-01-07 11:13:23] <Anon2595> morse
  3352. [2013-01-07 11:13:28] <Anon2595> morse code
  3353. [2013-01-07 11:13:28] <n_factor> there are 4 binary strings in it
  3354. [2013-01-07 11:13:32] <Ymgve> no, it seems like ascii
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  3356. [2013-01-07 11:13:46] <Lurker69> tabs and spaces were used een last year in cicada... but i am afrait that they were used in one of troll pages
  3357. [2013-01-07 11:13:52] <Lurker69> primius
  3358. [2013-01-07 11:13:56] <n_factor> 20 09 20 20 20 20 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 20 09 09 20 20 09 20 09 20 20 09 20 20 20 20 20 20 09 09 09 20 09 20 20 20 09 09 20 09 09 09 09 20 20 09 20 20 20 20 20 20 09 09 20 20 09 20 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 20 09 09 20 09 20 20 09 20 09 09 09 20 09 09 09 20 09 09 09 20 20 20 20 20 20 09 09 20 09 20 20 20 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 20 09 09 09 20 09 20 09 20 09 09
  3359. [2013-01-07 11:13:57] <n_factor> 09 20 09 20 09 20 20 09 09 20 20 09 20 20 09 09 20 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 09 20 09 20 20 20 09 09 09 20 09 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 09 20 20 09 09 20 20 09 09 20 20 20 09 20 09 09 09 20 20 09 09 20 09 09 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 09 20 20 09 09 20 09 20 20 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 09 20
  3360. [2013-01-07 11:13:57] <n_factor> 20 09 20 09 20 09 09 09 20 09 09 20 20 09 20 09 20 20 09 20 20 20 20 20 20 09 09 09 20 20 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 20 20 20 20 09 09 20 20 20 20 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 20 20 20 09 09 20 09 09 20 20 20 20 09 20 20 20 20 20 20 09 09 20 20 20 20 09 20 09 09 09 20 09 09 09 20 09 09 20 20 20 20 09 20 09 09 20 09 20 20 09 20 09 09 09 20 09 20 20 20 20 09 20 20 20 20 20 20 09 09 09 09 20 20 09 20 09 09
  3361. [2013-01-07 11:13:57] <n_factor> 20 09 09 09 09 20 09 09 09 20 09 20 09 20 20 09 20 20 20 20 20 20 09 09 09 20 09 20 20 20 09 09 20 09 20 20 20 20 09 09 20 20 09 20 09 20 09 09 09 20 20 09 20 20 09 09 20 20 09 20 09 20 20 09 20 09 09 09 20
  3362. [2013-01-07 11:13:57] <n_factor> 20 09 20 20 20 09 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 09 09 09 20 09 09 20 20 09 20 20 20 20 09 20 20 20 20 20 20 09 09 20 09 09 20 20 20 09 09 09 20 09 20 09 20 09 09 20 20 20 09 09 20 09 09 20 09 20 09 09 20 20 09 20 09 09 09 20
  3363. [2013-01-07 11:13:57] <n_factor> 20 20 09 09 20 20 09 09 20 20 09 09 20 20 09 09 20 20 09 09 20 20 20 20 20 20 09 09 20 20 20 09
  3364. [2013-01-07 11:13:59] <Lurker69> do you remeber
  3365. [2013-01-07 11:14:02] <n_factor> those are the 4 strings
  3366. [2013-01-07 11:14:07] <soulseekah> where are the tabs and spaces?
  3367. [2013-01-07 11:14:07] <n_factor> seperated by 0A 0A
  3368. [2013-01-07 11:14:11] <AlooGobi> n_factor if your anonymous you should tell us
  3369. [2013-01-07 11:14:27] <Lurker69> soulseekah: http://pastebin.com/UA5xDk7s outguess of testout.txt
  3370. [2013-01-07 11:14:36] <Lurker69> i need to check PGP
  3371. [2013-01-07 11:14:38] <n_factor> what do you mean anonymous
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  3373. [2013-01-07 11:14:57] <soulseekah> ah I see
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  3375. [2013-01-07 11:15:08] <Ymgve> soulseekah: the _proper_ png (when you don't fuckup the base64 decoding) ends at the IEND block
  3376. [2013-01-07 11:15:22] <guest_____> So we solved the tweets?
  3377. [2013-01-07 11:15:26] <Ymgve> ya
  3378. [2013-01-07 11:15:32] <brotherBox> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Assman
  3379. [2013-01-07 11:15:32] <guest_____> Awesome
  3380. [2013-01-07 11:15:38] <Lurker69> guest in wiki
  3381. [2013-01-07 11:15:41] <soulseekah> Ymgve, k
  3382. [2013-01-07 11:15:44] <brotherBox> n_factor, please don't post so much stuff in the channel
  3383. [2013-01-07 11:15:48] =-= Mode #33012013 +o n_factor by ChanServ
  3384. [2013-01-07 11:15:53] <n_factor> brotherBox, fuck off
  3385. [2013-01-07 11:15:59] <n_factor> thats pertinent data
  3386. [2013-01-07 11:16:10] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory#WE_HAVE_THE_IMAGE
  3387. [2013-01-07 11:16:17] <n_factor> for those who dont want to have to isolate it from the pastebin
  3388. [2013-01-07 11:16:34] <brotherBox> I'd consider it flooding and you don't help the cause by insulting me.
  3389. [2013-01-07 11:16:46] <Cosmo_> Hahahaa, i didn't notice the little cicada symbol at the bottom, nice
  3390. [2013-01-07 11:16:51] =-= brotherBox was booted from #33012013 by n_factor (brotherBox)
  3391. [2013-01-07 11:17:06] <Lurker69> all the lulz
  3392. [2013-01-07 11:17:11] <n_factor> lol
  3393. [2013-01-07 11:17:20] <chimp> soulseekah
  3394. [2013-01-07 11:17:23] <n_factor> i opped and he still steps to me
  3395. [2013-01-07 11:17:24] <n_factor> how cute
  3396. [2013-01-07 11:17:33] <chimp> when you said there was repetition of 7d35 d37d f4d7 4df
  3397. [2013-01-07 11:17:39] <Ymgve> eh, he had a point
  3398. [2013-01-07 11:17:42] <soulseekah> chimp, false alarm
  3399. [2013-01-07 11:17:50] <Ymgve> you could just have put the text you pasted into a new pastebin
  3400. [2013-01-07 11:17:51] -->| brotherBox (maddinw@silenceisdefeat.com) has joined #33012013
  3401. [2013-01-07 11:17:55] <n_factor> not one worth scrolling channel over by complaining
  3402. [2013-01-07 11:17:59] <soulseekah> chimp, it was 33010 the PNG ended correctly
  3403. [2013-01-07 11:17:59] <Lurker69> n_factor: but you booted wrong person, he is king of kicking people for the lulz
  3404. [2013-01-07 11:17:59] <chimp> oh, ok
  3405. [2013-01-07 11:18:08] <chimp> so just garbage data?
  3406. [2013-01-07 11:18:08] =-= Mode #33012013 +o brotherBox by ChanServ
  3407. [2013-01-07 11:18:20] <Ymgve> yeah
  3408. [2013-01-07 11:18:29] <soulseekah> anyone extracted the signature data?
  3409. [2013-01-07 11:18:30] <n_factor> anyways, more lines have scrolled in fighting over the paste than the paste itself
  3410. [2013-01-07 11:18:35] =-= n_factor was booted from #33012013 by brotherBox (Nigger)
  3411. [2013-01-07 11:18:36] <soulseekah> all the ASN bits?
  3412. [2013-01-07 11:18:40] -->| n_factor (~n_factor@110.138.208.116) has joined #33012013
  3413. [2013-01-07 11:18:45] <brotherBox> Fucking douche
  3414. [2013-01-07 11:18:47] <Lurker69> told you
  3415. [2013-01-07 11:18:51] <n_factor> more spammy to complain
  3416. [2013-01-07 11:19:08] * scrounger wonders if we can just get on with it
  3417. [2013-01-07 11:19:12] <Cosmo_> ^
  3418. [2013-01-07 11:19:14] <AlooGobi> SSTTAAAHP FIGHTING
  3419. [2013-01-07 11:19:17] <Ymgve> yes
  3420. [2013-01-07 11:19:23] <chimp> an op war is the last thing we need :P
  3421. [2013-01-07 11:19:25] <Ymgve> someone decode those spaces and tabs instead
  3422. [2013-01-07 11:19:32] =-= Mode #33012013 +o n_factor by ChanServ
  3423. [2013-01-07 11:19:33] <Ymgve> because I gotta pretend I'm working
  3424. [2013-01-07 11:19:36] <chimp> ymgve, where do we find them
  3425. [2013-01-07 11:19:39] <chimp> yeah i know the feeling
  3426. [2013-01-07 11:20:04] =-= Mode #33012013 +b *!*@silenceisdefeat.com by n_factor
  3427. [2013-01-07 11:20:12] =-= brotherBox was booted from #33012013 by n_factor (OP WAR)
  3428. [2013-01-07 11:20:17] <n_factor> lulz
  3429. [2013-01-07 11:20:24] =-= Mode #33012013 +i by n_factor
  3430. [2013-01-07 11:20:31] |<-- King19skINg has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3431. [2013-01-07 11:20:45] =-= Mode #33012013 -i by n_factor
  3432. [2013-01-07 11:21:21] =-= Mode #33012013 -b *!*@silenceisdefeat.com by n_factor
  3433. [2013-01-07 11:21:25] |<-- Hebro has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3434. [2013-01-07 11:21:34] <p0lyvalent> where are we
  3435. [2013-01-07 11:21:42] <n_factor> fucking around with binary
  3436. [2013-01-07 11:21:50] <n_factor> that i posted the tabs and spaces to
  3437. [2013-01-07 11:21:55] <n_factor> and got bitched at for it
  3438. [2013-01-07 11:21:56] <Absence_> wheres ymgve?
  3439. [2013-01-07 11:21:57] <n_factor> lol
  3440. [2013-01-07 11:21:57] -->| brotherBox (maddinw@silenceisdefeat.com) has joined #33012013
  3441. [2013-01-07 11:22:05] <Absence_> ahh
  3442. [2013-01-07 11:22:06] =-= Mode #33012013 +o brotherBox by ChanServ
  3443. [2013-01-07 11:22:07] <Absence_> hes in here k
  3444. [2013-01-07 11:22:13] <Absence_> just watned to know if he lurked in her.
  3445. [2013-01-07 11:22:14] =-= Mode #33012013 -o brotherBox by n_factor
  3446. [2013-01-07 11:22:16] <brotherBox> I won't return if this happenes.
  3447. [2013-01-07 11:22:18] =-= Mode #33012013 +o brotherBox by ChanServ
  3448. [2013-01-07 11:22:21] -->| dwrgydfgh (322ddb23@gateway/web/freenode/ip.50.45.219.35) has joined #33012013
  3449. [2013-01-07 11:22:23] <Absence_> waht happens?
  3450. [2013-01-07 11:22:30] <AlooGobi> he's pretending he's working.
  3451. [2013-01-07 11:22:36] <Absence_> Ah.
  3452. [2013-01-07 11:22:37] <brotherBox> If n_factor decides to be a child again.
  3453. [2013-01-07 11:22:53] <scrounger> ok, so wtf do we DO with this?
  3454. [2013-01-07 11:23:08] <brotherBox> Maybe apply it to one of the other files?
  3455. [2013-01-07 11:23:10] <Absence_> is my previous theory invalid?
  3456. [2013-01-07 11:23:11] <AlooGobi> Ladies, would you like some vagisil aswell?
  3457. [2013-01-07 11:23:19] <brotherBox> ^
  3458. [2013-01-07 11:23:26] <chimp> n_factor stupid question, but the 20 09 20 20 thing you pasted
  3459. [2013-01-07 11:23:42] <n_factor> did you decode the ascii?
  3460. [2013-01-07 11:23:44] <scrounger> ok, so wtf do we DO with this?
  3461. [2013-01-07 11:23:46] <n_factor> i didnt think so
  3462. [2013-01-07 11:23:51] <n_factor> "Come to emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion"
  3463. [2013-01-07 11:23:55] <n_factor> now fuck off
  3464. [2013-01-07 11:23:59] |<-- absolutezeroff has left freenode (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
  3465. [2013-01-07 11:24:02] <andorraclaim> does anyone think the guitar chords of this song are of value, they have numerical values
  3466. [2013-01-07 11:24:05] <Absence_> I mentioned that since we are getting an image, we should have a private key (PGP key) that we can send back to 3301 and let them know we have the result.
  3467. [2013-01-07 11:24:11] <Absence_> as a theory**
  3468. [2013-01-07 11:24:18] <Absence_> Still improbable?
  3469. [2013-01-07 11:24:21] <AlooGobi> Guys, don't ask us, I doubt we know. Go out and discover foryouself then come back and tell us :)
  3470. [2013-01-07 11:24:21] <Ymgve> Absence_: why?
  3471. [2013-01-07 11:24:28] <n_factor> "We shall await you there."
  3472. [2013-01-07 11:24:30] <Absence_> Not a forced thing, just a theory.
  3473. [2013-01-07 11:24:49] <AlooGobi> Yea. I was thinking the song had to contain some value
  3474. [2013-01-07 11:24:53] <n_factor> "Good luck."
  3475. [2013-01-07 11:24:55] <n_factor> "3301"
  3476. [2013-01-07 11:25:06] <Absence_> Is that what happened when it was decoded, n_?
  3477. [2013-01-07 11:25:12] <Absence_> that message*
  3478. [2013-01-07 11:25:32] <n_factor> yep
  3479. [2013-01-07 11:25:32] <Cosmo_> I've looked at the song a lot. disregard any idea that it's palindromic
  3480. [2013-01-07 11:25:44] <Absence_> Whats on emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion?
  3481. [2013-01-07 11:25:48] <Cosmo_> the bpm changes between 135, 145 and 125
  3482. [2013-01-07 11:25:51] <brotherBox> I'm connecting.
  3483. [2013-01-07 11:25:57] <n_factor> tor hidden service address
  3484. [2013-01-07 11:25:57] <soulseekah> Absence_, Tor
  3485. [2013-01-07 11:25:59] <andorraclaim> Cosmo_: thanks
  3486. [2013-01-07 11:26:05] <Absence_> i know what it is lol
  3487. [2013-01-07 11:26:11] <n_factor> Web browsers are useless here.
  3488. [2013-01-07 11:26:12] <Cosmo_> and the reversed sections of the song are just a reversed guitar sliding on one string
  3489. [2013-01-07 11:26:12] <n_factor> ,+++77777++=:, += ,,++=7++=,,
  3490. [2013-01-07 11:26:12] <n_factor> 7~?7 +7I77 :,I777 I 77 7+77 7: ,?777777??~,=+=~I7?,=77 I
  3491. [2013-01-07 11:26:13] <n_factor> =7I7I~7 ,77: ++:~+7 77=7777 7 +77=7 =7I7 ,I777= 77,:~7 +?7, ~7 ~ 777?
  3492. [2013-01-07 11:26:13] <n_factor> 77+7I 777~,,=7~ ,::7=7: 7 77 77: 7 7 +77,7 I777~+777I= =:,77,77 77 7,777,
  3493. [2013-01-07 11:26:13] <n_factor> = 7 ?7 , 7~,~ + 77 ?: :?777 +~77 77? I7777I7I7 777+77 =:, ?7 +7 777?
  3494. [2013-01-07 11:26:14] <n_factor> 77 ~I == ~77= +777 777~: I,+77? 7 7:?7? ?7 7 7 77 ~I 7I,,?7 I77~
  3495. [2013-01-07 11:26:14] <n_factor> I 7=77~+77+?=:I+~77? , I 7? 77 7 777~ +7 I+?7 +7~?777,77I
  3496. [2013-01-07 11:26:14] <n_factor> =77 77= +7 7777 ,7 7?7:,??7 +7 7 77??+ 7777,
  3497. [2013-01-07 11:26:15] <n_factor> =I, I 7+:77? +7I7?7777 : :7 7
  3498. [2013-01-07 11:26:15] <n_factor> 7I7I?77 ~ +7:77, ~ +7,::7 7
  3499. [2013-01-07 11:26:16] <n_factor> ,7~77?7? ?: 7+:77777, 77 :7777=
  3500. [2013-01-07 11:26:16] <n_factor> ?77 +I7+,7 7~ 7,+7 ,? ?7?~?777:
  3501. [2013-01-07 11:26:17] <n_factor> I777=7777 ~ 77 : 77 =7+, I77 777
  3502. [2013-01-07 11:26:17] <n_factor> lol
  3503. [2013-01-07 11:26:25] <guest_____> wut
  3504. [2013-01-07 11:26:31] <AlooGobi> go team go
  3505. [2013-01-07 11:26:51] <Cosmo_> Lemme just go check the chords
  3506. [2013-01-07 11:27:11] <Cosmo_> Oh god dammit i don't have my guitar
  3507. [2013-01-07 11:27:12] <AlooGobi> so song... is a decoy? Did we get noting from it?
  3508. [2013-01-07 11:27:21] <Cosmo_> ......... It's in drop D
  3509. [2013-01-07 11:27:24] <Absence_> it'll probably prove useful later.
  3510. [2013-01-07 11:27:25] <n_factor> the song was the xor key
  3511. [2013-01-07 11:27:28] <Cosmo_> No the mp3 was important
  3512. [2013-01-07 11:27:32] <chimp> is that shaped like a cicada?
  3513. [2013-01-07 11:27:32] <AlooGobi> andorra, do you know the chords?
  3514. [2013-01-07 11:27:36] <n_factor> "The key is all aroud you."
  3515. [2013-01-07 11:27:36] <n_factor> music.
  3516. [2013-01-07 11:27:37] <n_factor> key.
  3517. [2013-01-07 11:27:39] <n_factor> duh
  3518. [2013-01-07 11:27:46] <AlooGobi> ah of course the xor
  3519. [2013-01-07 11:27:54] <andorraclaim> im playing it now, hold on ill tab it
  3520. [2013-01-07 11:28:10] <AlooGobi> <4
  3521. [2013-01-07 11:28:21] <Cosmo_> Music isn't all around you. Not compared to things like 'life' or 'information' or pseudo-deep shit like that
  3522. [2013-01-07 11:28:32] <soulseekah> AlooGobi, we used the song to xor the twitter data to get a png
  3523. [2013-01-07 11:28:41] <Cosmo_> The mp3 itself was important
  3524. [2013-01-07 11:28:44] <p0lyvalent> Maybe not music, but sound.
  3525. [2013-01-07 11:28:57] <Cosmo_> the music......meh, maybe later, but as of yet I've found nothing in there
  3526. [2013-01-07 11:29:09] <AlooGobi> Ah I see, Thanks soul. I'm new to all this :)
  3527. [2013-01-07 11:29:09] <soulseekah> probably nothing in the music itself
  3528. [2013-01-07 11:29:27] <soulseekah> n_factor, was that from the onion endpoint?
  3529. [2013-01-07 11:29:35] <andorraclaim> the riff starts on the third fret
  3530. [2013-01-07 11:29:36] <Cosmo_> Oh I isolated the 'breath' sound at the start too, i'm actually pretty sure it's the sound of a group of cicadas
  3531. [2013-01-07 11:29:37] <scrounger> musicians: anything interesting about the music itself?
  3532. [2013-01-07 11:29:44] <soulseekah> web browsers are useles so connect via raw TCP
  3533. [2013-01-07 11:29:58] <soulseekah> once it sees HTTP headers is spews out the useless message
  3534. [2013-01-07 11:30:01] <brotherBox> I'm getting the source atm
  3535. [2013-01-07 11:30:02] <soulseekah> what's the address again?
  3536. [2013-01-07 11:30:07] <AlooGobi> Yea, buzzing sounds. had to identify the music with the bug
  3537. [2013-01-07 11:30:10] <brotherBox> http://emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion/
  3538. [2013-01-07 11:30:19] <Cosmo_> Depends what you count as interesting.
  3539. [2013-01-07 11:30:22] |<-- masita has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3540. [2013-01-07 11:30:42] <Absence_> http://prntscr.com/oefh9
  3541. [2013-01-07 11:30:50] <Absence_> thats the result (as a screenshot)
  3542. [2013-01-07 11:30:53] <scrounger> well, we're not musicians, so you tell us
  3543. [2013-01-07 11:30:55] <Absence_> even though everyone knows
  3544. [2013-01-07 11:30:57] <soulseekah> they're useless
  3545. [2013-01-07 11:31:10] <soulseekah> what's the exit node IP?
  3546. [2013-01-07 11:31:17] <Ymgve> soulseekah: no one knows
  3547. [2013-01-07 11:31:24] <Ymgve> that's the point of onion addresses
  3548. [2013-01-07 11:31:27] <soulseekah> exit node should be visible
  3549. [2013-01-07 11:31:39] <brotherBox> http://pastebin.com/X7WgkwF8
  3550. [2013-01-07 11:31:40] <scrounger> hidden service derp
  3551. [2013-01-07 11:31:50] <andorraclaim> haha
  3552. [2013-01-07 11:31:52] <brotherBox> Telnet?
  3553. [2013-01-07 11:31:57] <andorraclaim> dude so if your in standard tuning
  3554. [2013-01-07 11:31:57] <soulseekah> k, let's see... torify netcat
  3555. [2013-01-07 11:32:01] <andorraclaim> and you play this riff open
  3556. [2013-01-07 11:32:01] <AlooGobi> guys the message is a cicada
  3557. [2013-01-07 11:32:05] <Cosmo_> The reversed music at the end is not in the same key as the rest of the song, the song was one guitar recorded by two microphones, the drums at the end are only one bass drum heavily edited.
  3558. [2013-01-07 11:32:06] <andorraclaim> its 3 3 01
  3559. [2013-01-07 11:32:19] <Cosmo_> Hahahaa!! Amazing
  3560. [2013-01-07 11:32:24] <AlooGobi> Captain obvious reporting for duty
  3561. [2013-01-07 11:32:30] <andorraclaim> C G F C
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  3563. [2013-01-07 11:33:46] |<-- chimp has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  3564. [2013-01-07 11:33:57] <chimp_> damn, d/c
  3565. [2013-01-07 11:33:58] <scrounger> what about the style? kinda weird?
  3566. [2013-01-07 11:33:59] <Lurker69> anyway PGP is legit in tab space message http://prntscr.com/oefni
  3567. [2013-01-07 11:34:15] <Lurker69> did you solve tab space message yet?
  3568. [2013-01-07 11:35:06] <soulseekah> HTTP header dump from http://emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion please
  3569. [2013-01-07 11:35:12] <brotherBox> soulseekah, I'm on it.
  3570. [2013-01-07 11:35:39] <Cosmo_> Style? Hard to say. Elements or country, classical.
  3571. [2013-01-07 11:35:46] <chimp_> lurker, didnt the tab space message lead to the .onion link?
  3572. [2013-01-07 11:35:50] <soulseekah> esp. the server it advertises, becuase if it's standard nginx/apache/light stuff then no way to get different behaviour on same port
  3573. [2013-01-07 11:36:07] <soulseekah> assuming that .onion routes to port 80 by default
  3574. [2013-01-07 11:36:12] <Anon2595> "Web browsers are useless here."
  3575. [2013-01-07 11:36:16] <andorraclaim> it reminds me of banjo music, plucking of open strings
  3576. [2013-01-07 11:36:19] <Anon2595> are we going irl hunting now?
  3577. [2013-01-07 11:36:27] <Absence_> lol no
  3578. [2013-01-07 11:36:34] <brotherBox> soulseekah, I get HTTP0.9 as the version number
  3579. [2013-01-07 11:36:59] <scrounger> Cosmo: so if you were going to sum it up to a deaf person, what would you say?
  3580. [2013-01-07 11:37:09] <scrounger> or to another musician who couldn't hear it, maybe
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  3582. [2013-01-07 11:37:11] <soulseekah> brotherBox, intriguing
  3583. [2013-01-07 11:37:13] <Lurker69> n_factor: what is eeith that onion page you posted?
  3584. [2013-01-07 11:37:16] <soulseekah> brotherBox, what about the other headers?
  3585. [2013-01-07 11:37:16] <andorraclaim> thats not a bass drum
  3586. [2013-01-07 11:37:25] <andorraclaim> thats one of those thump boxes
  3587. [2013-01-07 11:37:26] <brotherBox> soulseekah, nothing!
  3588. [2013-01-07 11:37:27] <Cosmo_> it has almost a drone bass note. What gets to me most about the song is this. It's a bad recording. As in it's been very badly recorded with what sounds like piss-poo equipment even for a bedroom set up. But it's very specifically edited.
  3589. [2013-01-07 11:37:28] <andorraclaim> what are they called...
  3590. [2013-01-07 11:37:33] <Cosmo_> A cajon? Nah they're much higher
  3591. [2013-01-07 11:37:42] <Cosmo_> You can hear the skin slap
  3592. [2013-01-07 11:37:48] <andorraclaim> youre right
  3593. [2013-01-07 11:37:49] <Cosmo_> whack it in audacity, amplify it by 13
  3594. [2013-01-07 11:38:04] <andorraclaim> fuck im supposed to be working
  3595. [2013-01-07 11:38:09] <andorraclaim> oh well
  3596. [2013-01-07 11:38:12] <guest_____> So is someone doing a port scan of the onion link yet?
  3597. [2013-01-07 11:38:17] <soulseekah> on it
  3598. [2013-01-07 11:38:34] <n_factor> its an interactive shell on port 80, you have to telnet to it
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  3600. [2013-01-07 11:38:37] <soulseekah> tor is slow as usual
  3601. [2013-01-07 11:39:04] <andorraclaim> you are right this dropped tuned
  3602. [2013-01-07 11:39:06] <Cosmo_> I'm about to go to university. I won't be able to do anything other than run the mp3 through some much more advanced sound software.
  3603. [2013-01-07 11:39:15] -->| artea (4a453382@gateway/web/freenode/ip.74.69.51.130) has joined #33012013
  3604. [2013-01-07 11:39:20] <n_factor> GOod dAy
  3605. [2013-01-07 11:39:21] <n_factor> ?SYNTAX ERROR
  3606. [2013-01-07 11:39:21] <n_factor> help
  3607. [2013-01-07 11:39:21] <n_factor> Among other things, you could type:
  3608. [2013-01-07 11:39:21] <n_factor> [number]
  3609. [2013-01-07 11:39:22] <n_factor> count [phrase]
  3610. [2013-01-07 11:39:22] <n_factor> hello
  3611. [2013-01-07 11:39:25] <n_factor> help
  3612. [2013-01-07 11:39:25] <n_factor> quit
  3613. [2013-01-07 11:39:25] <n_factor> Good luck.
  3614. [2013-01-07 11:39:26] <n_factor> see
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  3616. [2013-01-07 11:39:34] <soulseekah> interesting
  3617. [2013-01-07 11:39:36] <Cosmo_> I assume I'll come up with nothing, but hey
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  3619. [2013-01-07 11:40:12] <Dusty__> lol oops
  3620. [2013-01-07 11:40:12] <Lurker69> chimp i dont know yet
  3621. [2013-01-07 11:40:20] <andorraclaim> yeah
  3622. [2013-01-07 11:40:25] <andorraclaim> i have gut feeling
  3623. [2013-01-07 11:40:26] <App13> Yep, a lot more people over here
  3624. [2013-01-07 11:40:28] -->| TimeGo (b80eabc9@gateway/web/freenode/ip.184.14.171.201) has joined #33012013
  3625. [2013-01-07 11:40:34] <andorraclaim> if you view this in infrared
  3626. [2013-01-07 11:40:54] <andorraclaim> will be a damn image, the layering at the end of the song, thats going to change the output...
  3627. [2013-01-07 11:41:00] <Ymgve> n_factor: lemme guess, port 3301?
  3628. [2013-01-07 11:41:05] <Lurker69> n_factor: where di you get that onion link?
  3629. [2013-01-07 11:41:10] <andorraclaim> the first part of the song is very flat, then it EXPANDS
  3630. [2013-01-07 11:41:13] <Lurker69> in tab spaces?
  3631. [2013-01-07 11:41:14] <Dusty__> The Reddit page, that was removed recently, linked to #3301201. Didn't even second check it.
  3632. [2013-01-07 11:41:19] <Ymgve> Lurker69: embedded as tabs/spaces
  3633. [2013-01-07 11:41:25] <Ymgve> in the PGP message
  3634. [2013-01-07 11:41:33] -->| absolutezeroff (~ejs@d172-218-127-186.bchsia.telus.net) has joined #33012013
  3635. [2013-01-07 11:41:34] |<-- brotherBox has left freenode (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
  3636. [2013-01-07 11:41:35] <Lurker69> ok thought so, morse or binary?
  3637. [2013-01-07 11:41:36] <anonalaala> we found an onion url?
  3638. [2013-01-07 11:41:42] <Ymgve> binary ascii
  3639. [2013-01-07 11:41:43] -->| trax_ (83d7dca6@gateway/web/freenode/ip.131.215.220.166) has joined #33012013
  3640. [2013-01-07 11:41:50] <Ymgve> anonalaala: yeah
  3641. [2013-01-07 11:42:12] -->| spyne (808d8977@gateway/web/freenode/ip.128.141.137.119) has joined #33012013
  3642. [2013-01-07 11:42:13] <Lurker69> so i missed it
  3643. [2013-01-07 11:42:22] <anonalaala> it's not in the wiki, what happened. How'd we get to it
  3644. [2013-01-07 11:42:26] <Lurker69> while i wasl ooking for my PGP key...
  3645. [2013-01-07 11:42:36] <AlooGobi> Why was the reddit page removed?
  3646. [2013-01-07 11:42:49] -->| brotherBox (maddinw@silenceisdefeat.com) has joined #33012013
  3647. [2013-01-07 11:42:50] <Cosmo_> andorraclaim: I've been exploring that idea as best I can. I'm going to try a couple more things out with it, see if i can't create an image out of it. But don't get bogged down on it, these guys are moving forwards, keep up with them, I highly doubt the mp3 is going to get any more useful than it's already been
  3648. [2013-01-07 11:42:53] -->| fffgg (5229fd60@gateway/web/freenode/ip.82.41.253.96) has joined #33012013
  3649. [2013-01-07 11:42:57] <brotherBox> Sorry, my rounter went off
  3650. [2013-01-07 11:42:59] <guest_____> Also, would this message from last year be useful?
  3651. [2013-01-07 11:43:00] <brotherBox> *router
  3652. [2013-01-07 11:43:01] <guest_____> http://i.imgur.com/vjuNp.jpg
  3653. [2013-01-07 11:43:05] -->| aaa (d162fabe@gateway/web/freenode/ip.209.98.250.190) has joined #33012013
  3654. [2013-01-07 11:43:23] =-= Mode #33012013 +o brotherBox by ChanServ
  3655. [2013-01-07 11:44:15] <andorraclaim> Cosmo_: i agree as well, i just can't help outside of this currently and this keeps ringing in my head "Web browsers are useless here."
  3656. [2013-01-07 11:44:21] <soulseekah> nc -x localhost:48643 emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion 80
  3657. [2013-01-07 11:44:36] <soulseekah> Among other things, you could type:
  3658. [2013-01-07 11:44:36] <soulseekah> [number]
  3659. [2013-01-07 11:44:36] <soulseekah> count [phrase]
  3660. [2013-01-07 11:44:37] <soulseekah> hello
  3661. [2013-01-07 11:44:39] <soulseekah> help
  3662. [2013-01-07 11:44:41] <soulseekah> quit
  3663. [2013-01-07 11:44:43] <soulseekah> Good luck.
  3664. [2013-01-07 11:44:52] <soulseekah> solid stuff of course
  3665. [2013-01-07 11:44:53] <brotherBox> soulseekah, what is that?
  3666. [2013-01-07 11:44:56] <andorraclaim> perhaps that is a generalized statement
  3667. [2013-01-07 11:44:59] <soulseekah> hello
  3668. [2013-01-07 11:44:59] <soulseekah> A message for you:
  3669. [2013-01-07 11:45:00] <soulseekah> 0000000: 2d2d2d2d2d424547494e20504750205349474e4544204d4553534147452d2d2d2d2d0a486173683a20534841310a0a20202020200a5665727920676f6f642e0a20
  3670. [2013-01-07 11:45:00] <soulseekah> 0000041: 20200a596f75206861766520646f6e652077656c6c20746f20636f6d652074686973206661722e0a20200a7873786e616b73696374366567786b712e6f6e696f6e
  3671. [2013-01-07 11:45:00] <soulseekah> 0000082: 0a20200a476f6f64206c75636b2e0a2020200a333330310a20202020200a2d2d2d2d2d424547494e20504750205349474e41545552452d2d2d2d2d0a5665727369
  3672. [2013-01-07 11:45:02] <soulseekah> 00000c3: 6f6e3a20476e7550472076312e342e31312028474e552f4c696e7578290a0a69514963424145424167414742514a513653304841416f4a45426766416556364e51
  3673. [2013-01-07 11:45:06] <soulseekah> 0000104: 6b502f4a3051414c44716133564a7939784c4c6c6749356a5068524970340a66786562624e6874454c4f4859466b44355a397a745159476c65376c4b504d386c6b
  3674. [2013-01-07 11:45:08] <soulseekah> 0000145: 4d536e636949593035394b4969354e53545637493937734a626f473377740a6b6848745a674e52773176325751357575724375356c31772b38342f4c354a7a324e
  3675. [2013-01-07 11:45:11] <brotherBox> ...
  3676. [2013-01-07 11:45:12] <soulseekah> 0000186: 6d456c784f427a57723638646c5159743271664251786b327a522f6654490a544c43454776465a746c6e724e66426b376a7349794a59635858506761625334376f
  3677. [2013-01-07 11:45:14] -->| Tier (536f5c22@gateway/web/freenode/ip.83.111.92.34) has joined #33012013
  3678. [2013-01-07 11:45:14] <soulseekah> 00001c7: 5039764f45586c42312b506d30433775505042504e3761716b665550476c0a6f3166326873634a66374a65324476625a742b3665787859736d3537467039353358
  3679. [2013-01-07 11:45:17] <soulseekah> 0000208: 414e41642f557046567a542f3835325867363367745a72492b536d66335a0a4256636a70437a7948337753385230694d2b7270303243774a704a7a7357474c7865
  3680. [2013-01-07 11:45:22] <soulseekah> 0000249: 51476d584c325358424234337a565a414a716c355564584c5447586b62640a6e504d64332f43624a2b6c37724f305941673570334a66344b617558375a64365a63
  3681. [2013-01-07 11:45:24] <guest_____> pastebin this please
  3682. [2013-01-07 11:45:25] <soulseekah> 000028a: 3277484b4c4f76666a5176455758495931434d68493638426a30725a6f2f0a4d2f666933313346465450416d3678684b52762f74482f387756726172326a593777
  3683. [2013-01-07 11:45:26] <Flumentia> Woah we found a lot. Great work guys!
  3684. [2013-01-07 11:45:29] <soulseekah> 00002cb: 6e45385878685273793734415a35477141326f484d6566544171335975570a35505838733638324a34706b44554b48476134793635766a49703136706d45496e4d
  3685. [2013-01-07 11:45:30] -->| Pancro_ (500660d4@gateway/web/freenode/ip.80.6.96.212) has joined #33012013
  3686. [2013-01-07 11:45:31] <soulseekah> 000030c: 414c4a4762777a366d7461754251716c53364152735166656b446e336f5a0a796f73532b675743336a6449764835733557555147566c376a797a3974342b335467
  3687. [2013-01-07 11:45:34] <soulseekah> 000034d: 35635439526e367058324e564e585378677a585842346e493258727259610a346b517235615742386c737361763372796a3543673246486c312b4d4b4f30675976
  3688. [2013-01-07 11:45:37] <soulseekah> 000038e: 2f554633515437354d6978514d75344d2b3577436e4e656b67667
  3689. [2013-01-07 11:45:38] <Absence_> ill pastebin
  3690. [2013-01-07 11:45:40] <soulseekah> that's the onion responding on port 80, where webbrowsers are useless
  3691. [2013-01-07 11:45:40] <brotherBox> soulseekah, STOP!
  3692. [2013-01-07 11:45:49] <brotherBox> Okay...
  3693. [2013-01-07 11:46:02] <soulseekah> what's up?
  3694. [2013-01-07 11:46:12] <Cosmo_> andorraclaim: I become useless where they're going. I'm just constantly aware we're moving further and further away from what the clues were to begin with. I'll be keeping track, but for now, I'm off to uni to strip these older clues back to shreds
  3695. [2013-01-07 11:46:13] <AlooGobi> you're up
  3696. [2013-01-07 11:46:31] <AlooGobi> Ily cosmo
  3697. [2013-01-07 11:46:35] <p0lyvalent> clock is ticking
  3698. [2013-01-07 11:46:36] <brotherBox> Bye Cosmo_
  3699. [2013-01-07 11:46:42] <Flumentia> I'll see you all tomorrow. Amazing work!
  3700. [2013-01-07 11:46:49] |<-- Cosmo_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3701. [2013-01-07 11:46:51] <andorraclaim> Peaces
  3702. [2013-01-07 11:46:52] -->| lull (2588cd5d@gateway/web/freenode/ip.37.136.205.93) has joined #33012013
  3703. [2013-01-07 11:46:54] <aaa> not sure this is at all relevant, but take 1,595,277,641 and add it to its reverse 3 times in succession
  3704. [2013-01-07 11:46:55] <Absence_> http://pastebin.com/ZmFQ8ND2
  3705. [2013-01-07 11:47:01] <AlooGobi> Any other groups out there like us?
  3706. [2013-01-07 11:47:08] |<-- Renis has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3707. [2013-01-07 11:47:26] <soulseekah> count one
  3708. [2013-01-07 11:47:27] <soulseekah> 103+
  3709. [2013-01-07 11:47:34] <App13> @AlooGobi Probably
  3710. [2013-01-07 11:47:41] <soulseekah> count two
  3711. [2013-01-07 11:47:42] <soulseekah> 85
  3712. [2013-01-07 11:47:50] <brotherBox> So, what does the hidden service respond to?
  3713. [2013-01-07 11:48:02] <soulseekah> it's a simple console
  3714. [2013-01-07 11:48:05] <lull> yes there is aloogobi but theyre no where close to us
  3715. [2013-01-07 11:48:05] <guest_____> That hex is just normal text
  3716. [2013-01-07 11:48:06] <anonalaala> where did we find the onion
  3717. [2013-01-07 11:48:08] <soulseekah> count 3301
  3718. [2013-01-07 11:48:08] <soulseekah> 0
  3719. [2013-01-07 11:48:15] <brotherBox> soulseekah, how do you access it?
  3720. [2013-01-07 11:48:21] |<-- chimp_ has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  3721. [2013-01-07 11:48:24] <brotherBox> nc? Then what? Simple ascii text?
  3722. [2013-01-07 11:48:30] <soulseekah> yep simple
  3723. [2013-01-07 11:48:33] <soulseekah> nc on port 80
  3724. [2013-01-07 11:48:33] |<-- Pancro_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3725. [2013-01-07 11:48:36] <guest_____> The begging says ----- BEGIN P SIGNED MESSAGE -----
  3726. [2013-01-07 11:48:39] <soulseekah> 3301
  3727. [2013-01-07 11:48:39] <soulseekah> +
  3728. [2013-01-07 11:48:40] <guest_____> *begining
  3729. [2013-01-07 11:48:43] |<-- G[k] has left freenode (Quit: G[k])
  3730. [2013-01-07 11:48:46] <guest_____> or something
  3731. [2013-01-07 11:48:46] <lull> so no succes on chinese text?
  3732. [2013-01-07 11:48:47] <soulseekah> it's interesting
  3733. [2013-01-07 11:48:54] <AlooGobi> So I guess I'm in the right place
  3734. [2013-01-07 11:49:02] <Cicada> how'd you find it soul?
  3735. [2013-01-07 11:49:03] <soulseekah> any particular phrase we want to feed it?
  3736. [2013-01-07 11:49:06] <brotherBox> Indeed.
  3737. [2013-01-07 11:49:15] <brotherBox> Can you telnet through tor?
  3738. [2013-01-07 11:49:15] -->| rb9269 (57ec8762@gateway/web/freenode/ip.87.236.135.98) has joined #33012013
  3739. [2013-01-07 11:49:16] <soulseekah> Cicada, the tor link
  3740. [2013-01-07 11:49:20] <brotherBox> ^
  3741. [2013-01-07 11:49:21] <soulseekah> sure you can
  3742. [2013-01-07 11:49:27] <scrounger> what about the poem?
  3743. [2013-01-07 11:49:34] <Anon2595> nope, nothing on the chinese text
  3744. [2013-01-07 11:49:36] <soulseekah> the server 3301 is using is double
  3745. [2013-01-07 11:49:44] <Anon2595> but we got the image from the mp3/twitter
  3746. [2013-01-07 11:49:46] <soulseekah> it disconnects on detecting an HTTP payload
  3747. [2013-01-07 11:49:52] <soulseekah> but provides a prompt
  3748. [2013-01-07 11:49:52] <brotherBox> Or a user agent.
  3749. [2013-01-07 11:49:59] <soulseekah> when you don't feed it an HTTP request
  3750. [2013-01-07 11:50:03] <soulseekah> simple as that
  3751. [2013-01-07 11:50:12] <AlooGobi> Can some one link me the damn song, i've seen to have lost my nuts
  3752. [2013-01-07 11:50:13] <Absence_> http://pastebin.com/ZmFQ8ND2 -> cleaned it up and got rid of the chatlog part :p
  3753. [2013-01-07 11:50:15] <brotherBox> But it still listens to the httpd port
  3754. [2013-01-07 11:50:26] <soulseekah> yes, one port whatever
  3755. [2013-01-07 11:50:29] <Absence_> soul
  3756. [2013-01-07 11:50:32] <soulseekah> it's no longer http
  3757. [2013-01-07 11:50:33] <Absence_> instead of count 3301
  3758. [2013-01-07 11:50:35] <Absence_> just put in 3301
  3759. [2013-01-07 11:50:40] <Absence_> if u havent already
  3760. [2013-01-07 11:50:46] <soulseekah> I did it responds with a single plus character
  3761. [2013-01-07 11:50:46] <soulseekah> +
  3762. [2013-01-07 11:50:51] |<-- Flumentia has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  3763. [2013-01-07 11:50:56] <aaa> 11933013301
  3764. [2013-01-07 11:50:57] <Absence_> what about 1033
  3765. [2013-01-07 11:50:57] <Absence_> ?
  3766. [2013-01-07 11:51:03] <brotherBox> Also, it factorizes numbers
  3767. [2013-01-07 11:51:10] <guest_____> Dumping converted message: http://pastebin.com/r0PgMxP7
  3768. [2013-01-07 11:51:12] <brotherBox> 10
  3769. [2013-01-07 11:51:12] <brotherBox> 2 5
  3770. [2013-01-07 11:51:12] <brotherBox> 20
  3771. [2013-01-07 11:51:12] <brotherBox> 2 2 5
  3772. [2013-01-07 11:51:14] <AlooGobi> Where's Marty McFly when you need him
  3773. [2013-01-07 11:51:17] |<-- aaa has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3774. [2013-01-07 11:51:19] <guest_____> oh yeah
  3775. [2013-01-07 11:51:25] <guest_____> xsxnaksict6egxkq.onion
  3776. [2013-01-07 11:51:33] <soulseekah> good catch brotherBox
  3777. [2013-01-07 11:51:38] <soulseekah> 1033
  3778. [2013-01-07 11:51:39] <soulseekah> +
  3779. [2013-01-07 11:51:40] <soulseekah> also a plus
  3780. [2013-01-07 11:51:45] <brotherBox> Where is that from now guest_____ ?
  3781. [2013-01-07 11:51:50] <soulseekah> prime numbers are + I think
  3782. [2013-01-07 11:51:52] <brotherBox> ^
  3783. [2013-01-07 11:51:54] <Absence_> uhm
  3784. [2013-01-07 11:51:59] <Absence_> http://prntscr.com/oegrm
  3785. [2013-01-07 11:51:59] <guest_____> That is the hex from the first onion converted to text.
  3786. [2013-01-07 11:52:00] <Absence_> ye
  3787. [2013-01-07 11:52:01] <Absence_> uh?
  3788. [2013-01-07 11:52:07] <soulseekah> yep it spits a + for primes
  3789. [2013-01-07 11:52:08] <Absence_> Patience is a virtue.
  3790. [2013-01-07 11:52:17] <guest_____> Ugh
  3791. [2013-01-07 11:52:20] <Absence_> PAGE SOURCE -> <!-- which means, come back soon. -->
  3792. [2013-01-07 11:52:24] <soulseekah> since this is custom written let's see if we can overflow it
  3793. [2013-01-07 11:52:25] <Ymgve> lol
  3794. [2013-01-07 11:52:27] <guest_____> Oh lawd
  3795. [2013-01-07 11:52:33] <AlooGobi> awh shiet, waiting game
  3796. [2013-01-07 11:52:40] <brotherBox> 32398457349857348954309564389045869048568
  3797. [2013-01-07 11:52:40] <brotherBox> 0 0
  3798. [2013-01-07 11:52:43] <Absence_> http://prntscr.com/oegsz
  3799. [2013-01-07 11:52:45] <brotherBox> I don't think so
  3800. [2013-01-07 11:52:46] <Absence_> last time this happened
  3801. [2013-01-07 11:52:51] <Absence_> there were pictures accross the globe
  3802. [2013-01-07 11:52:53] <Absence_> ..
  3803. [2013-01-07 11:52:56] |<-- lull has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  3804. [2013-01-07 11:52:58] <soulseekah> brotherBox, have you tried "hello"?
  3805. [2013-01-07 11:53:02] <n_factor> <html>
  3806. [2013-01-07 11:53:03] <n_factor> <head><title>3301</title></head>
  3807. [2013-01-07 11:53:03] <Lurker69> http://prntscr.com/oegtq
  3808. [2013-01-07 11:53:04] <n_factor> <body>
  3809. [2013-01-07 11:53:04] <n_factor> Patience is a virtue.
  3810. [2013-01-07 11:53:04] <n_factor> <!-- which means, come back soon. -->
  3811. [2013-01-07 11:53:04] <n_factor> </body>
  3812. [2013-01-07 11:53:04] <n_factor> </html>
  3813. [2013-01-07 11:53:04] <AlooGobi> atleast we'll be relieved when going to school/work
  3814. [2013-01-07 11:53:29] <n_factor> yeah i got there too
  3815. [2013-01-07 11:53:32] <soulseekah> count 3301
  3816. [2013-01-07 11:53:33] <soulseekah> 0
  3817. [2013-01-07 11:53:35] <brotherBox> soulseekah, that prints the long hex stuff
  3818. [2013-01-07 11:53:41] <soulseekah> yeh another puzzle
  3819. [2013-01-07 11:53:44] <AlooGobi> HOW ABOUT USING VLC TO CONNECT TO THAT LINK
  3820. [2013-01-07 11:53:45] <guest_____> There still might be more stuff on the first onion though
  3821. [2013-01-07 11:53:46] |<-- rb9269 has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  3822. [2013-01-07 11:53:48] <brotherBox> Among other things, you could type:
  3823. [2013-01-07 11:53:49] <brotherBox> [number]
  3824. [2013-01-07 11:53:49] <brotherBox> count [phrase]
  3825. [2013-01-07 11:53:49] <brotherBox> hello
  3826. [2013-01-07 11:53:49] <brotherBox> help
  3827. [2013-01-07 11:53:49] |<-- test54334 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3828. [2013-01-07 11:53:50] <brotherBox> quit
  3829. [2013-01-07 11:53:51] <brotherBox> Good luck.
  3830. [2013-01-07 11:53:54] <scrounger> count f
  3831. [2013-01-07 11:53:54] <scrounger> 2*
  3832. [2013-01-07 11:53:54] <scrounger> count u
  3833. [2013-01-07 11:53:55] <scrounger> 3*
  3834. [2013-01-07 11:54:01] <brotherBox> count what
  3835. [2013-01-07 11:54:02] <brotherBox> 198
  3836. [2013-01-07 11:54:06] <n_factor> [number]: show prime factors
  3837. [2013-01-07 11:54:09] <AlooGobi> Video player intead of webbrowser?
  3838. [2013-01-07 11:54:20] <Absence_> http://pastebin.com/v89wC86j
  3839. [2013-01-07 11:54:26] <soulseekah> count a
  3840. [2013-01-07 11:54:26] <soulseekah> 97*
  3841. [2013-01-07 11:54:27] <n_factor> count [phrase]: calculate the number value of the phrase based on the table you had in the image
  3842. [2013-01-07 11:54:32] <brotherBox> count a
  3843. [2013-01-07 11:54:32] <brotherBox> 97*
  3844. [2013-01-07 11:54:32] <brotherBox> count b
  3845. [2013-01-07 11:54:32] <brotherBox> 61+
  3846. [2013-01-07 11:54:32] <brotherBox> count c
  3847. [2013-01-07 11:54:33] <brotherBox> 13*
  3848. [2013-01-07 11:54:36] <App13> Seems obvious, but has anyone run that new jpg through outguess?
  3849. [2013-01-07 11:54:37] <soulseekah> yep
  3850. [2013-01-07 11:54:46] <n_factor> which new jpg?
  3851. [2013-01-07 11:54:55] <n_factor> App13, catch up
  3852. [2013-01-07 11:54:56] <artea> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/testout.jpg no?
  3853. [2013-01-07 11:55:03] <soulseekah> maybe these counts + the runic symbols?
  3854. [2013-01-07 11:55:04] <n_factor> thats how we got to the onion
  3855. [2013-01-07 11:55:29] <n_factor> do you know what gematria is?
  3856. [2013-01-07 11:55:32] -->| G[k] (~Gk]@w221-007.wireless.uvic.ca) has joined #33012013
  3857. [2013-01-07 11:55:36] <n_factor> its a numerology calculation
  3858. [2013-01-07 11:55:44] <n_factor> you have primes on your table
  3859. [2013-01-07 11:56:11] <guest_____> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gematria
  3860. [2013-01-07 11:56:13] <brotherBox> other things
  3861. [2013-01-07 11:56:13] <brotherBox> Bad command or file name
  3862. [2013-01-07 11:56:17] <n_factor> that number is calculated using the letters in the phrase and gematria with the prime values instead of hebrew symbols and numbers
  3863. [2013-01-07 11:56:17] |<-- pppp has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3864. [2013-01-07 11:56:21] <brotherBox> Apparently there are files on that box
  3865. [2013-01-07 11:56:34] <n_factor> did you telnet to port 23?
  3866. [2013-01-07 11:56:39] |<-- G[k] has left freenode (Remote host closed the connection)
  3867. [2013-01-07 11:56:48] <brotherBox> whoami
  3868. [2013-01-07 11:56:49] <brotherBox> The command you typed
  3869. [2013-01-07 11:56:49] <brotherBox> Does not seem to exist
  3870. [2013-01-07 11:56:49] <brotherBox> But countless more do.
  3871. [2013-01-07 11:56:51] <guest_____> try ls or dir
  3872. [2013-01-07 11:56:55] <brotherBox> I did.
  3873. [2013-01-07 11:57:01] <guest_____> nothing?
  3874. [2013-01-07 11:57:01] <brotherBox> ls
  3875. [2013-01-07 11:57:02] <brotherBox> Bad command or file name
  3876. [2013-01-07 11:57:02] <brotherBox> dir
  3877. [2013-01-07 11:57:02] <brotherBox> Bad command or file name
  3878. [2013-01-07 11:57:04] |<-- p0lyvalent has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3879. [2013-01-07 11:57:08] <guest_____> damn
  3880. [2013-01-07 11:57:19] <soulseekah> ! gives nothing
  3881. [2013-01-07 11:57:37] <soulseekah> most symbols give nothing
  3882. [2013-01-07 11:57:42] <brotherBox> I guess its filtered out
  3883. [2013-01-07 11:57:48] <AlooGobi> So much education
  3884. [2013-01-07 11:58:06] |<-- Dusty__ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3885. [2013-01-07 11:58:21] <Cicada> is there anyway you can prompt it to show what commands are viable?
  3886. [2013-01-07 11:58:23] <Absence_> So how can we tell how long we're suppose to wait?
  3887. [2013-01-07 11:58:34] <guest_____> No clue
  3888. [2013-01-07 11:58:37] <brotherBox> Cicada, yes. But its probably not complete
  3889. [2013-01-07 11:58:49] <soulseekah> Cicada, sure - help, [number], count [number], hello
  3890. [2013-01-07 11:58:51] <brotherBox> They want us to do something with that box that comes into play later
  3891. [2013-01-07 11:59:05] <soulseekah> brotherBox, you're right about filtering
  3892. [2013-01-07 11:59:06] <Absence_> what box?
  3893. [2013-01-07 11:59:07] <soulseekah> c!o!u!n!t x
  3894. [2013-01-07 11:59:07] <soulseekah> 47+
  3895. [2013-01-07 11:59:17] <soulseekah> disregards them completely
  3896. [2013-01-07 11:59:30] <brotherBox> What is the nature of + and *?
  3897. [2013-01-07 11:59:32] <AlooGobi> command : /help
  3898. [2013-01-07 11:59:47] <brotherBox> That shows the normal help screen
  3899. [2013-01-07 11:59:48] <Cicada> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychomachia
  3900. [2013-01-07 12:00:02] <brotherBox> There seem to be multiple error messages.
  3901. [2013-01-07 12:00:08] <brotherBox> l what
  3902. [2013-01-07 12:00:08] <brotherBox> Not a typewriter
  3903. [2013-01-07 12:00:14] <brotherBox> ?SYNTAX ERROR
  3904. [2013-01-07 12:00:17] <soulseekah> entering 0 yields nohting
  3905. [2013-01-07 12:00:18] <brotherBox> The command you typed
  3906. [2013-01-07 12:00:19] <brotherBox> Does not seem to exist
  3907. [2013-01-07 12:00:19] <brotherBox> But countless more do.
  3908. [2013-01-07 12:00:37] -->| rb9269 (57ec8762@gateway/web/freenode/ip.87.236.135.98) has joined #33012013
  3909. [2013-01-07 12:00:39] <soulseekah> also "exit" == "quit"
  3910. [2013-01-07 12:00:48] <brotherBox> Indeed.
  3911. [2013-01-07 12:00:49] -->| chimp (d922255c@gateway/web/freenode/ip.217.34.37.92) has joined #33012013
  3912. [2013-01-07 12:00:52] <Cicada> did you try 1231507051321
  3913. [2013-01-07 12:00:58] <n_factor> also goodbye
  3914. [2013-01-07 12:01:00] <AlooGobi> How do I connect to what you guys have connected through with tor?
  3915. [2013-01-07 12:01:02] <chimp> fuck sake, computer is infected with an irritating browser hijacker
  3916. [2013-01-07 12:01:05] <chimp> whats the latest
  3917. [2013-01-07 12:01:09] <soulseekah> AlooGobi, use netcat with -x
  3918. [2013-01-07 12:01:16] <scrounger> oh shit, try the parable number!
  3919. [2013-01-07 12:01:16] <guest_____> I have to go guys.
  3920. [2013-01-07 12:01:17] <brotherBox> AlooGobi, nc -x localhost:9050 emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion 80
  3921. [2013-01-07 12:01:18] <guest_____> Later
  3922. [2013-01-07 12:01:21] <brotherBox> Bye
  3923. [2013-01-07 12:01:32] <brotherBox> scrounger, paste the number again here?
  3924. [2013-01-07 12:01:40] <n_factor> i just got this error:
  3925. [2013-01-07 12:01:42] <n_factor> The command you typed
  3926. [2013-01-07 12:01:42] <n_factor> Does not seem to exist
  3927. [2013-01-07 12:01:42] <n_factor> But countless more do.
  3928. [2013-01-07 12:01:43] <fffgg> 1,595,277,641
  3929. [2013-01-07 12:01:48] <Absence_> brother, could you tell me where to put that command?
  3930. [2013-01-07 12:01:55] <Cicada> @brotherbox 1231507051321
  3931. [2013-01-07 12:01:59] -->| Youbeatme67 (cbcd7db0@gateway/web/freenode/ip.203.205.125.176) has joined #33012013
  3932. [2013-01-07 12:02:00] <brotherBox> n_factor, we're aware of that
  3933. [2013-01-07 12:02:01] <rb9269> woah, lots happened overnight then?
  3934. [2013-01-07 12:02:04] <Youbeatme67> ok boys lets get to cracking
  3935. [2013-01-07 12:02:11] <brotherBox> Absence_, in the command line interface in linux
  3936. [2013-01-07 12:02:16] <brotherBox> If you don't have linux...I don't know
  3937. [2013-01-07 12:02:26] <soulseekah> k let's see
  3938. [2013-01-07 12:02:27] |<-- guest_____ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  3939. [2013-01-07 12:02:36] <Absence_> Hah; just got rid of my VM because I was switching ISO and I needed to do an update.
  3940. [2013-01-07 12:02:53] <soulseekah> count a = 97* count b = 61+ count ab = 158
  3941. [2013-01-07 12:03:01] <AlooGobi> I don't know what I'm doing.
  3942. [2013-01-07 12:03:08] <soulseekah> so it did add them up
  3943. [2013-01-07 12:03:20] <AlooGobi> On that note, I will leave with a good bye. I'll see you ladies and gents in 9 hours. Good luck
  3944. [2013-01-07 12:03:29] <onon> or just fkn use tor GUI on whatever system youre on
  3945. [2013-01-07 12:03:33] <Absence_> Have fun, Aloogobi.
  3946. [2013-01-07 12:03:38] <soulseekah> also someone look through http://pastebin.com/ZmFQ8ND2 new puzzle
  3947. [2013-01-07 12:03:41] <onon> oh i see lel
  3948. [2013-01-07 12:03:53] <Absence_> soul
  3949. [2013-01-07 12:03:56] <Absence_> isnt that how we got
  3950. [2013-01-07 12:04:01] <Absence_> http://xsxnaksict6egxkq.onion/
  3951. [2013-01-07 12:04:03] <soulseekah> yes
  3952. [2013-01-07 12:04:11] <soulseekah> count a == count A, so case-insensitive
  3953. [2013-01-07 12:04:12] <brotherBox> istilldontknowhow.jpg
  3954. [2013-01-07 12:04:13] -->| lull (25db8ecd@gateway/web/freenode/ip.37.219.142.205) has joined #33012013
  3955. [2013-01-07 12:04:32] <Youbeatme67> if you noticed every letter is only used 6 times in that pastebin image
  3956. [2013-01-07 12:04:33] <soulseekah> space is nothing
  3957. [2013-01-07 12:04:34] <Absence_> i need to install VMWare and get a good ISO running
  3958. [2013-01-07 12:04:36] <artea> soul it seems its just meant to calculate gematria
  3959. [2013-01-07 12:04:56] <soulseekah> could be, just exploring
  3960. [2013-01-07 12:05:07] -->| Cheese|busy (568932@ip4daabd6c.direct-adsl.nl) has joined #33012013
  3961. [2013-01-07 12:05:08] <soulseekah> main stuff is the hex dump we get when we type hello
  3962. [2013-01-07 12:05:12] <Cheese|busy> hi again
  3963. [2013-01-07 12:05:14] <soulseekah> so
  3964. [2013-01-07 12:05:37] -->| bench__ (6ccf6e50@gateway/web/freenode/ip.108.207.110.80) has joined #33012013
  3965. [2013-01-07 12:05:51] <scrounger> factoring is wrong
  3966. [2013-01-07 12:05:53] <Youbeatme67> hmm onions have layers.... letters are only used 6 times.... There are 6 layers to this puzzle
  3967. [2013-01-07 12:05:54] <Cicada> Patience is a virtue. -- sourced to Psychomachia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychomachia)
  3968. [2013-01-07 12:05:57] <scrounger> type in 4007
  3969. [2013-01-07 12:06:03] |<-- n_factor has left freenode (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
  3970. [2013-01-07 12:06:16] <soulseekah> 4007
  3971. [2013-01-07 12:06:16] <artea> soul
  3972. [2013-01-07 12:06:16] <soulseekah> 2 2 17 103
  3973. [2013-01-07 12:06:18] <Lurker69> hey where did http://xsxnaksict6egxkq.onion/ came from
  3974. [2013-01-07 12:06:19] <artea> can u try something for me?
  3975. [2013-01-07 12:06:20] <Lurker69> ?
  3976. [2013-01-07 12:06:24] <artea> type in norwell
  3977. [2013-01-07 12:06:28] <soulseekah> artea, yup
  3978. [2013-01-07 12:06:37] <brotherBox> Why is count ab = 158?
  3979. [2013-01-07 12:06:40] <Absence_> http://xsxnaksict6egxkq.onion/
  3980. [2013-01-07 12:06:41] <chimp> i dont know lurker, ive totally lost track from being out of channel 10 minutes
  3981. [2013-01-07 12:06:42] <soulseekah> norwell
  3982. [2013-01-07 12:06:43] <soulseekah> %3301, unrecognized command
  3983. [2013-01-07 12:06:43] <soulseekah> \?\
  3984. [2013-01-07 12:06:47] <Absence_> came from the Hello command
  3985. [2013-01-07 12:06:48] <soulseekah> brotherBox, 97+61
  3986. [2013-01-07 12:06:56] <artea> err
  3987. [2013-01-07 12:06:57] <artea> count norwell
  3988. [2013-01-07 12:07:02] <Lurker69> chimp, me to
  3989. [2013-01-07 12:07:05] <Cicada> Gematria Primus-- Christian is very relevant to the story. Could be Gematria of the poem.
  3990. [2013-01-07 12:07:11] <soulseekah> count norwell
  3991. [2013-01-07 12:07:11] <soulseekah> 279
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  3993. [2013-01-07 12:07:13] <fffgg> did you try the parable number 1595277641 ?
  3994. [2013-01-07 12:07:15] -->| G[k] (~Gk]@w221-007.wireless.uvic.ca) has joined #33012013
  3995. [2013-01-07 12:07:20] <brotherBox> soulseekah, but why 61?
  3996. [2013-01-07 12:07:22] <brotherBox> fffgg, yes we did.
  3997. [2013-01-07 12:07:27] <fffgg> k
  3998. [2013-01-07 12:07:28] |<-- G[k] has left freenode (Client Quit)
  3999. [2013-01-07 12:07:34] <scrounger> but 4007 is prime, and it finds factors!
  4000. [2013-01-07 12:07:35] <brotherBox> 1595277641
  4001. [2013-01-07 12:07:36] <brotherBox> 1031 1229 1259
  4002. [2013-01-07 12:07:42] <Lurker69> Absence_ http://prntscr.com/oegrm where diud you det that adress?
  4003. [2013-01-07 12:07:44] <soulseekah> brotherBox, no clue yet, we know the significance of the simple factors command
  4004. [2013-01-07 12:07:47] <soulseekah> but not the count command
  4005. [2013-01-07 12:07:48] -->| n_factor (~n_factor@110.138.208.116) has joined #33012013
  4006. [2013-01-07 12:07:53] -->| MerryChristmas (1820d149@gateway/web/freenode/ip.24.32.209.73) has joined #33012013
  4007. [2013-01-07 12:07:58] <soulseekah> a 97 is logical ok
  4008. [2013-01-07 12:08:01] <soulseekah> but b is not then
  4009. [2013-01-07 12:08:05] <soulseekah> let me map them all out
  4010. [2013-01-07 12:08:13] <Absence_> Lurker69 someone linked it and said it was from the Hello message.
  4011. [2013-01-07 12:08:14] <Anon2595> im so lost. what exactly are you guys trying to do?
  4012. [2013-01-07 12:08:15] <n_factor> torify telnet emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion 80
  4013. [2013-01-07 12:08:18] <brotherBox> scrounger, you are right
  4014. [2013-01-07 12:08:18] <n_factor> works as well
  4015. [2013-01-07 12:08:20] <brotherBox> 4007
  4016. [2013-01-07 12:08:20] <brotherBox> 2 2 17 103
  4017. [2013-01-07 12:08:25] <brotherBox> Python now:
  4018. [2013-01-07 12:08:26] <Ymgve> soulseekah: errrr
  4019. [2013-01-07 12:08:26] <brotherBox> >>> 2 * 2 * 17 * 103
  4020. [2013-01-07 12:08:27] <brotherBox> 7004
  4021. [2013-01-07 12:08:29] <Lurker69> absense what is hello message?
  4022. [2013-01-07 12:08:35] <Absence_> http://pastebin.com/v89wC86j
  4023. [2013-01-07 12:08:39] <brotherBox> 7004 = palindrome(4007)
  4024. [2013-01-07 12:08:43] <Ymgve> soulseekah: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/testout.jpg ?
  4025. [2013-01-07 12:08:50] <Lurker69> absense what is hello message?
  4026. [2013-01-07 12:09:00] <soulseekah> Ymgve, looks like it
  4027. [2013-01-07 12:09:07] <brotherBox> soulseekah, it appears like numbers that aren't prime are palindrome'd
  4028. [2013-01-07 12:09:16] <Absence_> [05:51] <guest_____> xsxnaksict6egxkq.onion
  4029. [2013-01-07 12:09:17] <soulseekah> interesting find
  4030. [2013-01-07 12:09:24] <Absence_> uh
  4031. [2013-01-07 12:09:28] <Absence_> hello message is
  4032. [2013-01-07 12:09:28] <artea> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-Saxon_runes
  4033. [2013-01-07 12:09:33] <Lurker69> Absence_: sounds like a troll
  4034. [2013-01-07 12:09:34] <soulseekah> count ae
  4035. [2013-01-07 12:09:35] <Absence_> http://pastebin.com/ZmFQ8ND2
  4036. [2013-01-07 12:09:35] <soulseekah> 101*
  4037. [2013-01-07 12:09:36] <Absence_> in there
  4038. [2013-01-07 12:10:10] <soulseekah> Ymgve, is right, the count command matches the table from twitter
  4039. [2013-01-07 12:10:24] <soulseekah> counts all up
  4040. [2013-01-07 12:10:26] |<-- lull has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  4041. [2013-01-07 12:10:30] <soulseekah> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/testout.jpg
  4042. [2013-01-07 12:10:38] <brotherBox> 691
  4043. [2013-01-07 12:10:38] <brotherBox> 2 2 7 7
  4044. [2013-01-07 12:10:44] <Cicada> can you find a combo that adds up to 3301
  4045. [2013-01-07 12:10:46] <scrounger> anybody have that poem handy?
  4046. [2013-01-07 12:10:46] <brotherBox> >>> 2 * 2 * 7 * 7
  4047. [2013-01-07 12:10:46] <brotherBox> 196
  4048. [2013-01-07 12:10:52] <Absence_> I don't know how to decode anything so I can't tell if its a troll or nto :/
  4049. [2013-01-07 12:10:55] <brotherBox> Cicada, 3301 is strange.
  4050. [2013-01-07 12:10:58] <Lurker69> Absence_: i guess so, but how di they get so short adress from whole page os code?
  4051. [2013-01-07 12:11:03] <brotherBox> Since both 3301 and 1033 are prime
  4052. [2013-01-07 12:11:20] <artea> same with 167 761
  4053. [2013-01-07 12:11:20] <Absence_> what do u mean?
  4054. [2013-01-07 12:11:33] <Ymgve> Lurker69: it's a pgp signed message
  4055. [2013-01-07 12:11:41] <fffgg> scrounger: this one? https://pastee.org/yqaf3
  4056. [2013-01-07 12:11:48] <Cicada> how do i get to the promt screen?
  4057. [2013-01-07 12:11:57] |<-- App13 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  4058. [2013-01-07 12:12:00] <brotherBox> 1231507051321
  4059. [2013-01-07 12:12:01] <brotherBox> +
  4060. [2013-01-07 12:12:02] <brotherBox> Cicada, what os?
  4061. [2013-01-07 12:12:04] <AlooGobi> 1000*3.301
  4062. [2013-01-07 12:12:06] <Cicada> mac
  4063. [2013-01-07 12:12:11] <soulseekah> Cicada use netcat
  4064. [2013-01-07 12:12:13] <Lurker69> Ymgve: ok , i lost track of it anyways...
  4065. [2013-01-07 12:12:15] <brotherBox> nc -x localhost:9050 emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion 80
  4066. [2013-01-07 12:12:19] <brotherBox> @ Cicada
  4067. [2013-01-07 12:12:29] <Absence_> wait, when did VMWare become a paid product?
  4068. [2013-01-07 12:12:31] <brotherBox> Providing you have tor running on port 9050
  4069. [2013-01-07 12:12:40] <Ymgve> Absence_: like over 10 years ago?
  4070. [2013-01-07 12:12:45] <brotherBox> Lol
  4071. [2013-01-07 12:12:46] <Cicada> figuring out how to use tor
  4072. [2013-01-07 12:12:56] <Ymgve> Absence_: sure you're not thinking about virtualbox or virtualpc
  4073. [2013-01-07 12:12:59] <onon> brother you getting that "The command you typed
  4074. [2013-01-07 12:13:00] <onon> Does not seem to exist
  4075. [2013-01-07 12:13:00] <onon> But countless more do.
  4076. [2013-01-07 12:13:00] <onon> %3301, unrecognized command
  4077. [2013-01-07 12:13:00] <onon> \?\
  4078. [2013-01-07 12:13:00] <onon> "
  4079. [2013-01-07 12:13:06] <onon> (sry for spam)
  4080. [2013-01-07 12:13:11] <Anon2595> Tor isn't letting me use 9050 :\
  4081. [2013-01-07 12:13:16] <onon> wut
  4082. [2013-01-07 12:13:18] <brotherBox> Wut
  4083. [2013-01-07 12:13:27] <Absence_> I uninstalled it like 3 days ago, it was VMWare though, I know it for sure. same UI LOL
  4084. [2013-01-07 12:13:31] <Cicada> how do i run tor on por 9050
  4085. [2013-01-07 12:13:40] <artea> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-Saxon_rune_poem i think this has some significance
  4086. [2013-01-07 12:13:42] <brotherBox> It just does run on that port
  4087. [2013-01-07 12:13:47] <onon> ^
  4088. [2013-01-07 12:13:53] <brotherBox> count 1231507051321
  4089. [2013-01-07 12:13:54] <brotherBox> 111
  4090. [2013-01-07 12:13:56] <scrounger> OH FUCK GUYS!
  4091. [2013-01-07 12:13:58] <onon> otherwise try running "tor" in terminal
  4092. [2013-01-07 12:13:59] <brotherBox> Hm?
  4093. [2013-01-07 12:14:00] <scrounger> 1,595,277,641
  4094. [2013-01-07 12:14:00] <scrounger> 1031 1229 1259
  4095. [2013-01-07 12:14:00] <scrounger> count Like the instar, tunneling to the surface
  4096. [2013-01-07 12:14:00] <scrounger> 1259*
  4097. [2013-01-07 12:14:00] <scrounger> count We must shed our own circumferences;
  4098. [2013-01-07 12:14:01] <scrounger> 1031*
  4099. [2013-01-07 12:14:02] <scrounger> Find the divinity within and emerge.
  4100. [2013-01-07 12:14:04] <scrounger> command not found
  4101. [2013-01-07 12:14:04] <soulseekah> Very good.
  4102. [2013-01-07 12:14:05] <soulseekah> You have done well to come this far.
  4103. [2013-01-07 12:14:05] <soulseekah> xsxnaksict6egxkq.onion
  4104. [2013-01-07 12:14:05] <soulseekah> Good luck.
  4105. [2013-01-07 12:14:05] <soulseekah> 3301
  4106. [2013-01-07 12:14:06] <scrounger> count Find the divinity within and emerge.
  4107. [2013-01-07 12:14:08] <scrounger> 1229*
  4108. [2013-01-07 12:14:09] <iIIustrious> tcp connection works, but has anyone verified that the onion link is legit from the whitespace?
  4109. [2013-01-07 12:14:22] <Absence_> found it already @ soulseekah
  4110. [2013-01-07 12:14:23] <Absence_> o.O
  4111. [2013-01-07 12:14:25] <brotherBox> scrounger, what?
  4112. [2013-01-07 12:14:38] <brotherBox> soulseekah, how did you find that? I never knew
  4113. [2013-01-07 12:14:39] <soulseekah> Absence_, k sorry for lagging behind
  4114. [2013-01-07 12:14:41] <scrounger> look at the count values for each line of the poem
  4115. [2013-01-07 12:14:44] <Absence_> its fine
  4116. [2013-01-07 12:14:45] <soulseekah> brotherBox, type hello
  4117. [2013-01-07 12:14:47] <scrounger> they are the factors of the parable number
  4118. [2013-01-07 12:14:57] <soulseekah> brotherBox, it's simple hex encoded ascii bytes
  4119. [2013-01-07 12:15:00] <Absence_> http://pastebin.com/ZmFQ8ND2 & http://pastebin.com/v89wC86j
  4120. [2013-01-07 12:15:06] <brotherBox> I see.
  4121. [2013-01-07 12:15:18] <soulseekah> so we wait
  4122. [2013-01-07 12:15:20] -->| Cosmo_ (4d63108b@gateway/web/freenode/ip.77.99.16.139) has joined #33012013
  4123. [2013-01-07 12:15:23] <soulseekah> :D
  4124. [2013-01-07 12:15:24] <chimp> wait for hwat?
  4125. [2013-01-07 12:15:28] <brotherBox> Godot
  4126. [2013-01-07 12:15:32] <scrounger> did you guys see that?!
  4127. [2013-01-07 12:15:34] <soulseekah> for whenever 3301 codes that page
  4128. [2013-01-07 12:15:46] <brotherBox> I have an idea.
  4129. [2013-01-07 12:15:47] <soulseekah> or the tweets end
  4130. [2013-01-07 12:15:51] <n_factor> interesting
  4131. [2013-01-07 12:15:55] <chimp> so patience is a virtue, i.e. they havent done it yet?
  4132. [2013-01-07 12:15:56] <brotherBox> I could make my bot check the page ever x minutes.
  4133. [2013-01-07 12:16:17] <brotherBox> And notify us in that case.
  4134. [2013-01-07 12:16:19] <n_factor> if you enter a number prefixed with a 0 it will give you the primes of the number reversed
  4135. [2013-01-07 12:16:25] <scrounger> everybody hold up for a second
  4136. [2013-01-07 12:16:28] <scrounger> everybody hold up for a second
  4137. [2013-01-07 12:16:29] <scrounger> everybody hold up for a second
  4138. [2013-01-07 12:16:29] <Absence_> I highly doubt they came to this situation not prepared.
  4139. [2013-01-07 12:16:36] <n_factor> so 01 will give you the primes for 10
  4140. [2013-01-07 12:16:39] <scrounger> everybody hold up for a second
  4141. [2013-01-07 12:16:40] <scrounger> everybody hold up for a second
  4142. [2013-01-07 12:16:40] <scrounger> everybody hold up for a second
  4143. [2013-01-07 12:16:43] <brotherBox> n_factor, we foudn that out
  4144. [2013-01-07 12:16:46] <soulseekah> Absence_, or we have to wait till the tweets stop which should be soon
  4145. [2013-01-07 12:16:59] <soulseekah> scrounger, just chip in what you have to say
  4146. [2013-01-07 12:17:02] <scrounger> DAMN IT!!! EVERYBODY PAUSE FOR A SECOND, I FOUND SOMETHING YOU NEED TO CHECK OUT
  4147. [2013-01-07 12:17:02] <onon> ^
  4148. [2013-01-07 12:17:05] <brotherBox> If you enter a number that isn't prime, it will be reversed and checked then
  4149. [2013-01-07 12:17:08] <brotherBox> scrounger, what?
  4150. [2013-01-07 12:17:09] <onon> dude calm down pls
  4151. [2013-01-07 12:17:10] <n_factor> the tweets are acting like a count down
  4152. [2013-01-07 12:17:16] <scrounger> enter each line of the instar poem.
  4153. [2013-01-07 12:17:24] <scrounger> 1,595,277,641
  4154. [2013-01-07 12:17:25] <scrounger> 1031 1229 1259
  4155. [2013-01-07 12:17:25] <scrounger> count Like the instar, tunneling to the surface
  4156. [2013-01-07 12:17:25] <scrounger> 1259*
  4157. [2013-01-07 12:17:25] <scrounger> count We must shed our own circumferences;
  4158. [2013-01-07 12:17:26] <n_factor> they started at 5 minute iterations, now the are at 4
  4159. [2013-01-07 12:17:26] <scrounger> 1031*
  4160. [2013-01-07 12:17:27] <scrounger> Find the divinity within and emerge.
  4161. [2013-01-07 12:17:29] <scrounger> command not found
  4162. [2013-01-07 12:17:31] <scrounger> count Find the divinity within and emerge.
  4163. [2013-01-07 12:17:33] <scrounger> 1229*
  4164. [2013-01-07 12:17:37] <scrounger> they count up to the factors of the parable number
  4165. [2013-01-07 12:17:54] <Ymgve> but why does that matter
  4166. [2013-01-07 12:17:55] <brotherBox> What
  4167. [2013-01-07 12:17:59] <fffgg> so the parable references itself
  4168. [2013-01-07 12:18:11] <n_factor> ah
  4169. [2013-01-07 12:18:15] <anonalaala> what is the counting?
  4170. [2013-01-07 12:18:19] <n_factor> scrounger, you found it
  4171. [2013-01-07 12:18:34] <n_factor> those are the prime factors of 1595277641
  4172. [2013-01-07 12:18:40] <n_factor> the values of each phrase
  4173. [2013-01-07 12:18:45] <scrounger> Exactly!!!
  4174. [2013-01-07 12:18:53] <anonalaala> right but how is it assigning those numbers to those lines of the poem. the value of the characters in the sentence?
  4175. [2013-01-07 12:18:55] <brotherBox> We found that in 761.mp3 right?
  4176. [2013-01-07 12:18:58] <AlooGobi> SO WHAT DO WE DO WITH THAT
  4177. [2013-01-07 12:19:11] <Ymgve> anonalaala: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/testout.jpg
  4178. [2013-01-07 12:19:11] <anonalaala> well if it's assigning "values" to those phrases
  4179. [2013-01-07 12:19:11] |<-- rb9269 has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  4180. [2013-01-07 12:19:23] <anonalaala> we could conceivably determine the numerical value of every letter?
  4181. [2013-01-07 12:19:23] <brotherBox> anonalaala, it rather calculates a value based on them
  4182. [2013-01-07 12:19:33] <n_factor> count Patience is a virtue.
  4183. [2013-01-07 12:19:33] <n_factor> 761*
  4184. [2013-01-07 12:19:33] <n_factor> 761
  4185. [2013-01-07 12:19:33] <n_factor> +
  4186. [2013-01-07 12:19:35] <n_factor> prime
  4187. [2013-01-07 12:19:36] <Ymgve> we know the values
  4188. [2013-01-07 12:19:42] <scrounger> Each of those factors are prime forward and reverse too!!!!
  4189. [2013-01-07 12:19:42] <brotherBox> >mfw it all fits
  4190. [2013-01-07 12:19:54] <andorraclaim> damn
  4191. [2013-01-07 12:20:00] <brotherBox> What the fuck
  4192. [2013-01-07 12:20:04] <artea> holy fuck
  4193. [2013-01-07 12:20:06] <AlooGobi> I wish I knew some of these words
  4194. [2013-01-07 12:20:11] <n_factor> 167 is a prime too
  4195. [2013-01-07 12:20:14] <brotherBox> ^
  4196. [2013-01-07 12:20:39] <scrounger> So, they seem to hold some numbers to be more important: numbers that are prime backwards AND forwards
  4197. [2013-01-07 12:20:48] <brotherBox> We established that already I think
  4198. [2013-01-07 12:20:56] <brotherBox> With the pause after 1033 in the boot sequence
  4199. [2013-01-07 12:20:58] <scrounger> Yeah, but even the phrases they use
  4200. [2013-01-07 12:20:59] <indigo_> I've been hone for about 5 hrs, what have we discovered since then>
  4201. [2013-01-07 12:21:07] <brotherBox> Twitter decrypted
  4202. [2013-01-07 12:21:09] <scrounger> they all sum up to a number that is prime forwards and backwards
  4203. [2013-01-07 12:21:12] <brotherBox> Two hidden services found
  4204. [2013-01-07 12:21:14] <scrounger> each line of the poem does
  4205. [2013-01-07 12:21:17] <scrounger> patience is a virtue does
  4206. [2013-01-07 12:21:19] <scrounger> the song does
  4207. [2013-01-07 12:21:21] <scrounger> FUCK
  4208. [2013-01-07 12:21:23] <chimp> what about that quote
  4209. [2013-01-07 12:21:24] <brotherBox> Guys, I will edit the wiki.
  4210. [2013-01-07 12:21:26] <chimp> from the book?
  4211. [2013-01-07 12:21:28] <Cicada> the twitter account does
  4212. [2013-01-07 12:21:34] <AlooGobi> YOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOOOO
  4213. [2013-01-07 12:21:38] <artea> everything is related to the primes, cicadas, etc
  4214. [2013-01-07 12:21:50] <AlooGobi> What does the chicada have to do with this?
  4215. [2013-01-07 12:21:53] <scrounger> mfw Cicada is some autistic kid
  4216. [2013-01-07 12:21:55] <brotherBox> ^
  4217. [2013-01-07 12:22:01] <Absence_> LOL
  4218. [2013-01-07 12:22:05] <Absence_> Obsessed with prime numbers
  4219. [2013-01-07 12:22:10] <scrounger> bro, cicadas have prime lifespans 13 and 17 years
  4220. [2013-01-07 12:22:18] <artea> cicadas IIRC evolved to only spawn on prime numbers
  4221. [2013-01-07 12:22:25] <AlooGobi> o
  4222. [2013-01-07 12:22:26] <fffgg> and both 31 and 71 are prime as well
  4223. [2013-01-07 12:22:27] <artea> because they are less likely to spawn with eachother
  4224. [2013-01-07 12:22:34] <andorraclaim> the fucking buzzing
  4225. [2013-01-07 12:22:37] <scrounger> and as someone pointed out it's composed of two palindromes: cic, ada
  4226. [2013-01-07 12:22:52] |<-- Youbeatme67 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  4227. [2013-01-07 12:22:55] <AlooGobi> So, ... uh... what now
  4228. [2013-01-07 12:23:03] <fffgg> now our minds are fucked with!
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  4230. [2013-01-07 12:23:10] <scrounger> for now, it sounds like patience is a virtue at that new onion
  4231. [2013-01-07 12:23:12] <soulseekah> what's the significance of Offset: 3301, Skip: 0, Col: 65, Line: 16.
  4232. [2013-01-07 12:23:16] <anonalaala> soulseekah should be op'd
  4233. [2013-01-07 12:23:17] -->| Youbeatme67 (cbcd7db0@gateway/web/freenode/ip.203.205.125.176) has joined #33012013
  4234. [2013-01-07 12:23:22] <soulseekah> 65 line 16?
  4235. [2013-01-07 12:23:27] <scrounger> last yea there was a pause like that it came back with geo coordinates all over the world o_O
  4236. [2013-01-07 12:23:30] <brotherBox> Ops, do you agree?
  4237. [2013-01-07 12:23:32] <soulseekah> do we have some chunk of text?
  4238. [2013-01-07 12:23:49] <soulseekah> with at least 16 lines
  4239. [2013-01-07 12:23:56] <Cicada> I've just turned on some epic movie soundtracks as you guys decode this...does wonders.
  4240. [2013-01-07 12:23:58] <Absence_> scrounger yeah ahahah last time that happened people had to go outside for shit
  4241. [2013-01-07 12:24:08] <anonalaala> so far the messages have come in "4" lines
  4242. [2013-01-07 12:24:24] <fffgg> how many messages do we have yet?
  4243. [2013-01-07 12:24:26] <fffgg> not 4?
  4244. [2013-01-07 12:24:39] <Cheese|busy> can anyone give me an update on what happened last night? i'm reading through the last 15 minutes or so on here and it doesn't make much sense..
  4245. [2013-01-07 12:24:47] <scrounger> Ok, so this whole gematrius thing is kinda freaking me out
  4246. [2013-01-07 12:24:53] <Cicada> mfw Cicada is in this chatroom rubbing their hands together as we struggle to decode this thing
  4247. [2013-01-07 12:24:53] <Cheese|busy> there were runes found and the twitter went form 5 to 4 mins
  4248. [2013-01-07 12:25:20] -->| zaleth (~joshua@hpavc/zaleth) has joined #33012013
  4249. [2013-01-07 12:25:21] <chimp> someone decoded the rune table picture from the twitter posts, somehow
  4250. [2013-01-07 12:25:36] <AlooGobi> xor mp3
  4251. [2013-01-07 12:25:38] -->| hasfiodaj (56b50526@gateway/web/freenode/ip.86.181.5.38) has joined #33012013
  4252. [2013-01-07 12:25:38] <chimp> then there was some other thing that led to a series of .onion tor addresses
  4253. [2013-01-07 12:25:38] <soulseekah> another piece of trivia in the prompt if ending with a ? you get a SYNTAX ERROR
  4254. [2013-01-07 12:25:46] <Cheese|busy> by xor'ing it with the mp3 and the 506.13 file right?
  4255. [2013-01-07 12:25:51] <brotherBox> I need someone who has followed the entire process please to assist me with editing the wiki.
  4256. [2013-01-07 12:25:53] =-= Mode #33012013 +o soulseekah by Lurker69
  4257. [2013-01-07 12:26:04] <Absence_> what part are u
  4258. [2013-01-07 12:26:05] <Absence_> at
  4259. [2013-01-07 12:26:06] <AlooGobi> first, jesus was born
  4260. [2013-01-07 12:26:18] <scrounger> hey, so what's up with the error messages
  4261. [2013-01-07 12:26:21] -->| Grazza (72f1f482@gateway/web/freenode/ip.114.241.244.130) has joined #33012013
  4262. [2013-01-07 12:26:29] <andorraclaim> he was such a darling child
  4263. [2013-01-07 12:26:41] |<-- MerryChristmas has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  4264. [2013-01-07 12:26:42] <Cosmo_> I've been here for like 12 hours and I'm still struggling because I'm mad dumb.
  4265. [2013-01-07 12:26:45] <soulseekah> interesting
  4266. [2013-01-07 12:26:50] <Lurker69> soulseekah: are you planning to stay here with us? do you have registered nick? do you believe in freedom :-) ?
  4267. [2013-01-07 12:26:56] <chimp> if you are gone for 5 minutes you lose track
  4268. [2013-01-07 12:26:59] <soulseekah> this prompt has certainly something hidden
  4269. [2013-01-07 12:27:05] <brotherBox> ^
  4270. [2013-01-07 12:27:06] <soulseekah> Lurker69, yep registered, and yep I'm intrigued
  4271. [2013-01-07 12:27:07] <AlooGobi> I CANT LEAVE
  4272. [2013-01-07 12:27:08] |<-- Youbeatme67 has left freenode (Client Quit)
  4273. [2013-01-07 12:27:11] <scrounger> The error messages seem to come from different systems or something?! WTF is up with that?
  4274. [2013-01-07 12:27:16] <brotherBox> scrounger, I am not sure.
  4275. [2013-01-07 12:27:25] <brotherBox> The error messages are too variable to be JUST there
  4276. [2013-01-07 12:27:33] <Lurker69> soulseekah: ok then i csan put you on chanservice op list
  4277. [2013-01-07 12:27:34] <andorraclaim> Just seems like a snooty Eliza
  4278. [2013-01-07 12:27:35] <brotherBox> Also they aren't generic but quite custom.
  4279. [2013-01-07 12:27:35] <scrounger> I know "Bad command or file name" is from DOS
  4280. [2013-01-07 12:27:37] -->| beads (ae2dfdd1@gateway/web/freenode/ip.174.45.253.209) has joined #33012013
  4281. [2013-01-07 12:27:38] <soulseekah> and they're not random at all
  4282. [2013-01-07 12:27:39] <Cicada> brotherbox, i can't figure out how to connect to netcat still
  4283. [2013-01-07 12:27:46] <soulseekah> i.e. reproducable for specific commands
  4284. [2013-01-07 12:27:49] <brotherBox> Cicada, do you have tor installed?
  4285. [2013-01-07 12:27:53] <Cicada> yes
  4286. [2013-01-07 12:27:57] <brotherBox> Type tor in the command line
  4287. [2013-01-07 12:28:00] <soulseekah> Lurker69, would be an honour for me accept
  4288. [2013-01-07 12:28:15] >ChanServ< ACCESS #33012013 add soulseekah +op
  4289. [2013-01-07 12:28:16] *ChanServ* Flags +o were set on SoulSeekah in #33012013.
  4290. [2013-01-07 12:28:20] <Cicada> in the browser?
  4291. [2013-01-07 12:28:25] <brotherBox> No, in the terminal
  4292. [2013-01-07 12:28:26] <onon> command line
  4293. [2013-01-07 12:28:34] |<-- chief_fh12 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  4294. [2013-01-07 12:28:38] <brotherBox> That black thing everyone fears
  4295. [2013-01-07 12:28:44] <onon> ^
  4296. [2013-01-07 12:28:47] <soulseekah> hmmm, no the responses are random
  4297. [2013-01-07 12:28:49] <beads> dont we fear all black things?
  4298. [2013-01-07 12:28:52] <brotherBox> ^
  4299. [2013-01-07 12:28:59] <AlooGobi> eyyyy
  4300. [2013-01-07 12:29:00] <AlooGobi> racist
  4301. [2013-01-07 12:29:01] <Cicada> computer terminal
  4302. [2013-01-07 12:29:02] <Absence_> brother, do u use VMWare or what?
  4303. [2013-01-07 12:29:05] <Cicada> tor doesn't do anything
  4304. [2013-01-07 12:29:09] <andorraclaim> zing
  4305. [2013-01-07 12:29:16] <onon> do you have it installed for sure?
  4306. [2013-01-07 12:29:21] <brotherBox> Absence_, no, I use Linux.
  4307. [2013-01-07 12:29:24] <brotherBox> Ubuntu to be exact.
  4308. [2013-01-07 12:29:25] <Absence_> Ah.
  4309. [2013-01-07 12:29:27] <brotherBox> >inb4 gtfo faggot
  4310. [2013-01-07 12:29:28] <Absence_> Nice.
  4311. [2013-01-07 12:29:33] <Absence_> na.
  4312. [2013-01-07 12:29:37] <scrounger> anybody know any wicca people or whoever does crowley shit?
  4313. [2013-01-07 12:29:45] <Absence_> I'm not; unless I was using some private distro it'd be different
  4314. [2013-01-07 12:30:00] <chimp> scrounger, huh ?
  4315. [2013-01-07 12:30:16] <Cicada> sorry, i'm still very confused
  4316. [2013-01-07 12:30:38] <scrounger> well, crowley is into some magic shit. figured wiccas would know about it. maybe somebody can explain this gematria shit
  4317. [2013-01-07 12:30:51] <Cicada> what do yo want explained about it scrounger?
  4318. [2013-01-07 12:31:00] <Cosmo_> Crowley was into a lot of shit, but weirdly with everything I've learnt from all of this, he's come up so many times
  4319. [2013-01-07 12:31:02] <soulseekah> so summing up about the shell, we figured out the hello message that leads us to another onion, where we wait
  4320. [2013-01-07 12:31:13] <soulseekah> the shell also calculates factors
  4321. [2013-01-07 12:31:17] <soulseekah> and reverse factors
  4322. [2013-01-07 12:31:27] <soulseekah> and also sums up the runes
  4323. [2013-01-07 12:31:29] <chimp> and the sentence of each line of the poem
  4324. [2013-01-07 12:31:41] <scrounger> well.. cicada seems to take it very seriously. Crowley gave a command to find an "order and a value" and apparently cicada did that. then everything starts adding up and crazy shit starts fucking priming it up bigtime.
  4325. [2013-01-07 12:31:46] <andorraclaim> crowley was a 33rd degree mason
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  4327. [2013-01-07 12:32:07] <NikTitanik> good morning
  4328. [2013-01-07 12:32:18] <Absence_> Nik; check the wiki.
  4329. [2013-01-07 12:32:19] <anonalaala> oh boy... you have a lot to catch up on haha
  4330. [2013-01-07 12:32:22] <Cicada> this is nothing new scrounger.
  4331. [2013-01-07 12:32:24] <Absence_> Otherwise you're going to get confused.
  4332. [2013-01-07 12:32:27] <Cicada> it's been going on for thousands of years
  4333. [2013-01-07 12:32:33] <Absence_> scrounger
  4334. [2013-01-07 12:32:35] <NikTitanik> i see we have the image
  4335. [2013-01-07 12:32:38] <Absence_> The twitter is acting like a countdown
  4336. [2013-01-07 12:32:45] <Absence_> right?
  4337. [2013-01-07 12:32:49] <soulseekah> Absence_, hopefully
  4338. [2013-01-07 12:33:01] <soulseekah> as soon as it stops we expect the 2nd onion to provide some content
  4339. [2013-01-07 12:33:02] <fffgg> but counting down to what? 3301 probably?
  4340. [2013-01-07 12:33:03] <Absence_> How much more, n theory, is suppose to be left?
  4341. [2013-01-07 12:33:06] <chimp> well its changed from 5 to 4 minutes absence
  4342. [2013-01-07 12:33:10] <soulseekah> fffgg, to the end of the JPG
  4343. [2013-01-07 12:33:14] <Cosmo_> A countdown or a time limit, hopefully the former
  4344. [2013-01-07 12:33:17] <soulseekah> not much longet to go
  4345. [2013-01-07 12:33:21] |<-- AlooGobi has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  4346. [2013-01-07 12:33:29] <hasfiodaj> solved itg
  4347. [2013-01-07 12:33:30] <soulseekah> probably another hour or so, the image is almost complete
  4348. [2013-01-07 12:33:34] <hasfiodaj> that was easy
  4349. [2013-01-07 12:33:41] <brotherBox> Thanks soulseekah
  4350. [2013-01-07 12:33:43] <Absence_> How close is it to done
  4351. [2013-01-07 12:33:44] <fffgg> right ok
  4352. [2013-01-07 12:33:51] <Absence_> like
  4353. [2013-01-07 12:33:52] <chimp> wait which image soulseeker
  4354. [2013-01-07 12:33:54] <Absence_> %
  4355. [2013-01-07 12:34:05] <brotherBox> The one resulting from 761.mp3 xor twitter
  4356. [2013-01-07 12:34:09] <chimp> the rune table one
  4357. [2013-01-07 12:34:13] <chimp> i thought that was finished
  4358. [2013-01-07 12:34:19] <soulseekah> Absence_, well it's dumped 41860 bytes so far
  4359. [2013-01-07 12:34:24] <brotherBox> Could you please clarify that?
  4360. [2013-01-07 12:34:32] <brotherBox> I need the information for the wiki.
  4361. [2013-01-07 12:34:35] <Cosmo_> It is finished, someone managed to predict the rest of it
  4362. [2013-01-07 12:34:47] <chimp> yes didnt ymgve do it
  4363. [2013-01-07 12:34:59] <chimp> and it gave this: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/testout.jpg
  4364. [2013-01-07 12:34:59] <chimp> ?
  4365. [2013-01-07 12:35:01] <scrounger> and how did that magical shit happen, Cosmo_? that confuse dthe fuck out of me actually
  4366. [2013-01-07 12:35:26] <Cosmo_> Yep, so he finished the image, then (And I might be wrong here) found the rest of the code just repeated 3301 over and over
  4367. [2013-01-07 12:35:26] <soulseekah> Cosmo_, it's still dumping
  4368. [2013-01-07 12:35:38] <soulseekah> Ymgve, how did you manage to get it all before it finished?
  4369. [2013-01-07 12:35:50] <chimp> because he is a witch
  4370. [2013-01-07 12:35:51] <scrounger> Yes, Ymgve
  4371. [2013-01-07 12:35:53] <fffgg> a wicca
  4372. [2013-01-07 12:35:54] <soulseekah> I can only seem to get like half of it
  4373. [2013-01-07 12:35:58] <soulseekah> rest is still missing
  4374. [2013-01-07 12:36:05] <Absence_> >mfw Ymgve is Cicada
  4375. [2013-01-07 12:36:13] <Cosmo_> Hahaaa, we said that
  4376. [2013-01-07 12:36:26] <Cicada> He wouldn't of given it over so easy then.
  4377. [2013-01-07 12:36:32] <Absence_> >mfw Ymgve has brutal fetish with mathematics and specially prime numbers
  4378. [2013-01-07 12:36:42] <Cicada> ^
  4379. [2013-01-07 12:37:03] <Cicada> Let him finish bating to his work before he comes back to finish.
  4380. [2013-01-07 12:37:25] <Absence_> yeah guys. so inconsiderate. ggez.
  4381. [2013-01-07 12:37:29] <soulseekah> also queued up is the black PNG image
  4382. [2013-01-07 12:37:30] <artea> im still pretty amazed that the entire poem converted to primes adds up to 3 prime reversible numbers
  4383. [2013-01-07 12:37:39] <soulseekah> any image geeks tried any filters on it?
  4384. [2013-01-07 12:37:45] <soulseekah> histograms? bla bla?
  4385. [2013-01-07 12:38:08] <soulseekah> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/outt.png
  4386. [2013-01-07 12:38:14] -->| rb9269 (57ec8762@gateway/web/freenode/ip.87.236.135.98) has joined #33012013
  4387. [2013-01-07 12:38:23] <NikTitanik> the image with the runes and letters is the result of xoring the mp3 and the twitter?
  4388. [2013-01-07 12:38:25] <Cosmo_> Anyone else noticed that the conversion table has no 'v' in it?
  4389. [2013-01-07 12:38:27] <Absence_> im assuming they saw that in firefox
  4390. [2013-01-07 12:38:34] <Absence_> considering that is way hard to see in chrome
  4391. [2013-01-07 12:38:47] <soulseekah> NikTitanik, yes, but it appears that something else was XORd not twitter, twitter is tweeting out something redundant
  4392. [2013-01-07 12:39:09] <NikTitanik> ok
  4393. [2013-01-07 12:39:10] <soulseekah> becuause people have been able to get the complete dump, whereas twitter contains around half of the info necessary
  4394. [2013-01-07 12:39:28] <Lurker69> Absence_: i am a bit behind but when you opened first onion page first time did you def full asii cicada or only top 2/3 of it?
  4395. [2013-01-07 12:39:30] <rb9269> it would be stupid to assume that the twitter feed is now worthless
  4396. [2013-01-07 12:39:36] <soulseekah> it's probably tweeting a dump from one of the data files from the iso
  4397. [2013-01-07 12:39:52] <fffgg> cosmo yes we did
  4398. [2013-01-07 12:40:02] <soulseekah> rb9269, only time will tell now
  4399. [2013-01-07 12:40:03] <Absence_> Web browsers are useless here. ,+++77777++=:, += ,,++=7++=,, 7~?7 +7I77 :,I777 I 77 7+77 7: ,?777777??~,=+=~I7?,=77 I =7I7I~7 ,77: ++:~+7 77=7777 7 +77=7 =7I7 ,I777= 77,:~7 +?7, ~7 ~ 777? 77+7I 777~,,=7~ ,::7=7: 7 77 77: 7 7 +77,7 I777~+777I= =:,77,77 77 7,777, = 7 ?7 , 7~,~ + 77 ?: :?777 +~77 77? I7777I7I7 777+77 =:, ?7 +7 777?
  4400. [2013-01-07 12:40:06] <Absence_> well
  4401. [2013-01-07 12:40:08] <Absence_> that failed
  4402. [2013-01-07 12:40:09] <Cosmo_> verily my vichisoirre of verbiage is impossible to convert into runes. How does cicada miss a letter by accident?
  4403. [2013-01-07 12:40:11] <Absence_> lol want me to pastebin it
  4404. [2013-01-07 12:40:22] <chimp> absence,
  4405. [2013-01-07 12:40:26] <artea> lol cosmo
  4406. [2013-01-07 12:40:26] <Lurker69> absence_ http://prntscr.com/oehem onion v2 http://prntscr.com/oejfg onion v1
  4407. [2013-01-07 12:40:27] <chimp> its in the shape of a cicada
  4408. [2013-01-07 12:40:27] <Absence_> ?
  4409. [2013-01-07 12:40:30] <chimp> and its the headers that had the info
  4410. [2013-01-07 12:40:45] <chimp> were you connecting via http?
  4411. [2013-01-07 12:40:52] <Absence_> http://prntscr.com/oejs0
  4412. [2013-01-07 12:40:57] <Absence_> its v1
  4413. [2013-01-07 12:40:59] <Absence_> it changed
  4414. [2013-01-07 12:41:00] <Absence_> i guess
  4415. [2013-01-07 12:41:04] <Absence_> idk why it owuld change
  4416. [2013-01-07 12:41:08] <Lurker69> Absence_: i am getting full cicada now burt i got only 2/3drs of it before
  4417. [2013-01-07 12:41:34] <Cosmo_> Cause it's crawling out of the ground ;)
  4418. [2013-01-07 12:41:34] <Lurker69> what is causing the change? there is nothing in the code...
  4419. [2013-01-07 12:41:40] <chimp> maybe its the count donw
  4420. [2013-01-07 12:41:42] <chimp> dwn*
  4421. [2013-01-07 12:41:45] <chimp> down*
  4422. [2013-01-07 12:41:45] <onon> lurker what code
  4423. [2013-01-07 12:41:48] <soulseekah> or the number of poeple connected to it
  4424. [2013-01-07 12:41:53] <chimp> its counting down and completing the cicada
  4425. [2013-01-07 12:41:55] <Absence_> i guess when solved it finished it
  4426. [2013-01-07 12:42:05] <NikTitanik> where did you get the onion link?
  4427. [2013-01-07 12:42:11] <brotherBox> Who made thins? https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/testout.jpg
  4428. [2013-01-07 12:42:13] |<-- n_factor has left freenode (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
  4429. [2013-01-07 12:42:17] <iIIustrious> I'm able to verify pretty much everything so far, but two parts. What he xor'd exactly to complete it, but at least that makes some sense
  4430. [2013-01-07 12:42:26] -->| n_factor (~n_factor@110.138.208.116) has joined #33012013
  4431. [2013-01-07 12:42:32] <Cicada> brotherbox, on the wiki it says ymgve did
  4432. [2013-01-07 12:42:38] <iIIustrious> but how did the signed message's whitespace get the onion link
  4433. [2013-01-07 12:42:57] <brotherBox> I see. I wanted to ask him if he was okay with the wiki linking to it.
  4434. [2013-01-07 12:43:08] <Cicada> SOME MOOD MUSIC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBcZdNY6LdY
  4435. [2013-01-07 12:43:08] <scrounger> aw shit, guys! Check this:
  4436. [2013-01-07 12:43:10] <scrounger> count The Instar Emergence
  4437. [2013-01-07 12:43:11] <scrounger> 761*
  4438. [2013-01-07 12:43:12] <Lurker69> NikTitanik: from jpg i think, i lost the thread wiki is updated to jpg from tweetes then i lost it at onion links (we have two) and telnetting to one of onion links
  4439. [2013-01-07 12:43:29] <NikTitanik> ok..
  4440. [2013-01-07 12:43:31] <Lurker69> http://emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion
  4441. [2013-01-07 12:43:31] <Lurker69> http://pastebin.com/r0PgMxP7
  4442. [2013-01-07 12:43:31] <Lurker69> http://pastebin.com/ZmFQ8ND2
  4443. [2013-01-07 12:43:31] <Lurker69> http://prntscr.com/oegrm
  4444. [2013-01-07 12:43:31] <Lurker69> http://pastebin.com/v89wC86j
  4445. [2013-01-07 12:43:32] <Lurker69> http://prntscr.com/oehem onion v2
  4446. [2013-01-07 12:43:32] <Lurker69>
  4447. [2013-01-07 12:43:32] <Lurker69> http://prntscr.com/oejfg onion v1
  4448. [2013-01-07 12:43:32] <Lurker69>
  4449. [2013-01-07 12:43:32] <Lurker69> nc -x localhost:9050 emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion 80
  4450. [2013-01-07 12:43:39] <Lurker69> click this links
  4451. [2013-01-07 12:43:54] -->| Atlas_ (55104686@gateway/web/freenode/ip.85.16.70.134) has joined #33012013
  4452. [2013-01-07 12:43:54] <Lurker69> that is what i mange to scrap from chat for now
  4453. [2013-01-07 12:43:58] <Cheese|busy> so has anyone been able to reproduce the xor result?
  4454. [2013-01-07 12:44:07] <Lurker69> it is happenin to fast now
  4455. [2013-01-07 12:44:09] <iIIustrious> no
  4456. [2013-01-07 12:44:10] <scrounger> The name of the song also adds up to 761
  4457. [2013-01-07 12:44:17] <Cheese|busy> we need to repro for it to be reliable
  4458. [2013-01-07 12:44:37] <soulseekah> Cheese|busy, of course
  4459. [2013-01-07 12:44:43] <iIIustrious> exactly. 3301 is famous for elaborate game jacks, we need to verify
  4460. [2013-01-07 12:44:44] <brotherBox> Please people, be quiet for the moment.
  4461. [2013-01-07 12:44:48] <brotherBox> I would like to update the wiki.
  4462. [2013-01-07 12:44:55] <Lurker69> http://xsxnaksict6egxkq.onion/ 2nd onion
  4463. [2013-01-07 12:44:56] <soulseekah> Cheese|busy, http://codeseekah.com/cicada/out.jpg only partially, most I got was half
  4464. [2013-01-07 12:44:58] <brotherBox> For that I need a reliable person to talk to.
  4465. [2013-01-07 12:44:59] <rb9269> Did it always say Welcome at the bottom?
  4466. [2013-01-07 12:45:02] <NikTitanik> guys, what if 3301 is the port?
  4467. [2013-01-07 12:45:05] <soulseekah> it's still a mystery how the heck they got the full one
  4468. [2013-01-07 12:45:05] <brotherBox> Volunteers?
  4469. [2013-01-07 12:45:08] <scrounger> it's easy not to get gamejacked though, right? confirm the PGP sigs?
  4470. [2013-01-07 12:45:21] <Absence_> I'll give you whatever info I can verify.
  4471. [2013-01-07 12:45:24] |<-- n_factor has left freenode (Remote host closed the connection)
  4472. [2013-01-07 12:45:36] <brotherBox> I'll query you Absence_
  4473. [2013-01-07 12:45:43] <Cheese|busy> soulseekah, interesting
  4474. [2013-01-07 12:45:47] |<-- trax_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  4475. [2013-01-07 12:45:50] <onon> anybody else know something about how the runes were eciphered?
  4476. [2013-01-07 12:45:56] <soulseekah> Cheese|busy, simple xor with the mp3 data
  4477. [2013-01-07 12:45:58] -->| n_factor (~n_factor@110.138.208.116) has joined #33012013
  4478. [2013-01-07 12:46:00] <Lurker69> scrounger: i congirmed PGP of tab spaces... later ones not yet
  4479. [2013-01-07 12:46:05] <Cosmo_> xor with the mp3 data
  4480. [2013-01-07 12:46:12] <soulseekah> also http://codeseekah.com/cicada/tweets.html is the live feed of tweets
  4481. [2013-01-07 12:46:21] <soulseekah> oldest first, tab delimited
  4482. [2013-01-07 12:46:29] <scrounger> Lurker69, just saying that it's easy not to get gamejacked when 3301 uses PGP sigs
  4483. [2013-01-07 12:46:51] <Lurker69> scrounger: yes that is rule from last year: no PGP obvious troll
  4484. [2013-01-07 12:47:08] <iIIustrious> but has anyone else got the onion link from the spaces yet?
  4485. [2013-01-07 12:47:17] <Lurker69> also rule no2 always check everything twice and for yourself
  4486. [2013-01-07 12:47:19] <brotherBox> Absence_, you got a query
  4487. [2013-01-07 12:47:36] <brotherBox> Ffs people, this isn't going anywhere at the moment.
  4488. [2013-01-07 12:47:37] <Lurker69> iIIustrious: i thnk that ymgve
  4489. [2013-01-07 12:47:44] <brotherBox> We have a wiki - update THAT!
  4490. [2013-01-07 12:48:07] <Lurker69> iIIustrious: http://pastebin.com/r0PgMxP7
  4491. [2013-01-07 12:48:13] <brotherBox> The redundancy is unbearable. Write down what you know, I'll make it a nice text then.
  4492. [2013-01-07 12:48:18] <Lurker69> [12:47] brotherBox We have a wiki - update THAT!
  4493. [2013-01-07 12:48:18] <Lurker69> [12:47] brotherBox We have a wiki - update THAT!
  4494. [2013-01-07 12:48:19] <Lurker69> [12:47] brotherBox We have a wiki - update THAT!
  4495. [2013-01-07 12:48:19] <Lurker69> [12:47] brotherBox We have a wiki - update THAT!
  4496. [2013-01-07 12:48:27] <NikTitanik> ^
  4497. [2013-01-07 12:48:53] <brotherBox> Anyone who I can talk to in query who is knowledgeable?
  4498. [2013-01-07 12:49:03] <brotherBox> I didn't get each step of the process.
  4499. [2013-01-07 12:49:12] <Absence_> sorry was changing
  4500. [2013-01-07 12:49:13] <brotherBox> Absence_ has proven that his nomen est omen.
  4501. [2013-01-07 12:49:20] <soulseekah> brotherBox, I have 10 minutes if you need anything, after that I'm gone for a couple of hours
  4502. [2013-01-07 12:49:40] <soulseekah> I have updated the wiki a couple of times today as well
  4503. [2013-01-07 12:50:35] <Lurker69> even if you only dump things here it is much apreciated, http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory things can be edited later and put in shape
  4504. [2013-01-07 12:51:02] <brotherBox> ^
  4505. [2013-01-07 12:51:17] =-= Mode #33012013 +o Absence_ by Lurker69
  4506. [2013-01-07 12:51:30] <Lurker69> do it faggot
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  4509. [2013-01-07 12:54:07] <Cosmo_> I just edited a very small amount in terms of the mp3 to avoid further speculation on it.
  4510. [2013-01-07 12:54:31] <Lurker69> Cosmo_: very well
  4511. [2013-01-07 12:54:41] <rb9269> the cicada image only loads up the first 14 lines most times
  4512. [2013-01-07 12:54:57] <Absence_> uh
  4513. [2013-01-07 12:54:58] <Absence_> wat
  4514. [2013-01-07 12:55:00] <Absence_> sweet
  4515. [2013-01-07 12:55:00] <Absence_> :D
  4516. [2013-01-07 12:55:01] <soulseekah> borked server
  4517. [2013-01-07 12:55:06] <soulseekah> faulty tor connections
  4518. [2013-01-07 12:55:36] <soulseekah> how was the first onion retrieved?
  4519. [2013-01-07 12:55:43] <rb9269> really? such a regular fault
  4520. [2013-01-07 12:56:06] <soulseekah> it loads up completely for me every time I try
  4521. [2013-01-07 12:56:14] <iIIustrious> if you outguess the completed image
  4522. [2013-01-07 12:56:21] <Absence_> I believe, and I didn't send this to brother becuase I'm not entirely sure, but I think the image Ymgve found was also singed with a PGP signature giving us the link.
  4523. [2013-01-07 12:56:34] <iIIustrious> you get a signed message with a tonne of whitespace
  4524. [2013-01-07 12:56:36] <soulseekah> rb9269, cache?
  4525. [2013-01-07 12:56:49] <iIIustrious> he said the whitespace can be decoded as the onion link
  4526. [2013-01-07 12:57:13] <Cosmo_> Yeah the spaces and tabs were used to find the onion link i think.
  4527. [2013-01-07 12:57:28] <iIIustrious> I can pastebin that message if you want
  4528. [2013-01-07 12:57:29] <brotherBox> Can you link me to this whitespace image?
  4529. [2013-01-07 12:57:33] <iIIustrious> yes
  4530. [2013-01-07 12:57:52] <soulseekah> http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=UA5xDk7s
  4531. [2013-01-07 12:57:52] <iIIustrious> or you could just grab it from the jpg on the wiki
  4532. [2013-01-07 12:57:53] <Cosmo_> didn't n_factor do it earlier?
  4533. [2013-01-07 12:57:56] <iIIustrious> the ones with the runes
  4534. [2013-01-07 12:57:57] <soulseekah> tab-space file ^
  4535. [2013-01-07 12:58:10] <iIIustrious> yep, that's the guy
  4536. [2013-01-07 12:58:28] <brotherBox> Ymgve and n_factor don't respond at the moment, which is great.
  4537. [2013-01-07 12:58:58] <soulseekah> the tweets are redundant, tweeting out a piece of data that we (or at least Ymgve) already hold
  4538. [2013-01-07 12:59:19] <Cicada> i guess they didn't expect that one.
  4539. [2013-01-07 12:59:23] <anonalaala> hey anyone on the telnet have you put in the sentences from the original poem about the law book?
  4540. [2013-01-07 12:59:29] <anonalaala> is that relevant at all?
  4541. [2013-01-07 12:59:43] <chimp> the spaces and tabs were binary ascii or something werent they
  4542. [2013-01-07 12:59:44] <Cosmo_> Or even the quote from the law book?
  4543. [2013-01-07 12:59:53] <Cosmo_> chapter 2 line 55 if memory serves.
  4544. [2013-01-07 13:00:07] <chimp> i suggested that at the time
  4545. [2013-01-07 13:00:09] <chimp> but i dont think anyone did
  4546. [2013-01-07 13:00:17] <soulseekah> how about Offset: 3301, Skip: 0, Col: 65, Line: 16.
  4547. [2013-01-07 13:00:27] <soulseekah> anyone wanna find those in the books mentioned above?
  4548. [2013-01-07 13:00:28] <Absence_> could someone get the amount of tweets that need sent out and multiply them by 4 so we can get an exact time on how long we need to wait?
  4549. [2013-01-07 13:00:35] <Tier> anonalaala first line is 1131
  4550. [2013-01-07 13:00:36] <anonalaala> dunno if it matters, even though it calculates the "value" I'm sure it will just be 4 more primes
  4551. [2013-01-07 13:00:45] <soulseekah> 643 tweets so far
  4552. [2013-01-07 13:00:48] |<-- chimp has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  4553. [2013-01-07 13:00:58] <Absence_> how many tweets needed?
  4554. [2013-01-07 13:01:05] <onon> what commands have we uncovered so far?
  4555. [2013-01-07 13:01:08] |<-- app13 has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  4556. [2013-01-07 13:01:19] <soulseekah> a little over 42315 bytes dumped
  4557. [2013-01-07 13:01:23] <Absence_> we have the commands, I just don't believe we know how to use them quite yet.
  4558. [2013-01-07 13:01:29] <onon> what commands
  4559. [2013-01-07 13:01:36] <Cicada> soulseekah, how far off is the twitter from what full image?
  4560. [2013-01-07 13:01:42] <Absence_> uh theres
  4561. [2013-01-07 13:01:43] <Tier> second line 1056 (not prime)
  4562. [2013-01-07 13:01:48] <Absence_> [number]
  4563. [2013-01-07 13:01:50] <soulseekah> Cicada, I have no idea where Ymgve got his image from
  4564. [2013-01-07 13:01:51] <Absence_> count
  4565. [2013-01-07 13:01:55] <soulseekah> but if you look at the file size
  4566. [2013-01-07 13:01:56] <Absence_> hello
  4567. [2013-01-07 13:01:56] <Absence_> quit
  4568. [2013-01-07 13:01:57] <Cicada> but in terms of bytes
  4569. [2013-01-07 13:01:58] -->| dalegora (~IceChat77@108.207.110.80) has joined #33012013
  4570. [2013-01-07 13:01:58] <anonalaala> then they're irrelevant. fair enough
  4571. [2013-01-07 13:01:59] <Absence_> idr the rest
  4572. [2013-01-07 13:02:06] <onon> cicada is one, so is adacic
  4573. [2013-01-07 13:02:20] <Cicada> how much difference between what twitter has spit out and the full image?
  4574. [2013-01-07 13:02:21] <Cosmo_> Ymgve got it from an xor of the mp3
  4575. [2013-01-07 13:02:24] <anonalaala> there is a help command
  4576. [2013-01-07 13:02:33] <onon> lel
  4577. [2013-01-07 13:02:44] <onon> "among other things" you could type
  4578. [2013-01-07 13:02:45] <soulseekah> but he xor the mp3 onto something
  4579. [2013-01-07 13:02:53] |<-- brotherBox has left freenode (Ping timeout: 264 seconds)
  4580. [2013-01-07 13:02:53] <soulseekah> something that is more complete taht what twitter dumped
  4581. [2013-01-07 13:02:56] <rb9269> Just have a quick look at this, I can repeat it, but it could be nothing http://prntscr.com/oel9t
  4582. [2013-01-07 13:02:59] <soulseekah> antd I think it's 147k
  4583. [2013-01-07 13:03:07] <n_factor> how was testout.jpg generated?
  4584. [2013-01-07 13:03:07] |<-- bench__ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  4585. [2013-01-07 13:03:08] <soulseekah> vs. the 47k twitter has dumped so far
  4586. [2013-01-07 13:03:12] <Cosmo_> [shrugs] I struggled to keep up with that guy anyway. I told you he was a wizard.
  4587. [2013-01-07 13:03:17] <onon> on some words it just coughs up an addition
  4588. [2013-01-07 13:03:20] <Cicada> O.O
  4589. [2013-01-07 13:03:21] <Absence_> soulseekah is there more needed to complete later stages or was getting the pgp signatures from Hello enough? is there anything that needs be done for the first onion site around there?
  4590. [2013-01-07 13:03:23] <Cicada> so we got awhile to go
  4591. [2013-01-07 13:03:33] -->| brotherBox (maddinw@silenceisdefeat.com) has joined #33012013
  4592. [2013-01-07 13:03:42] <soulseekah> n_factor, something redundant with what twitter is dumping XOR mp3 data
  4593. [2013-01-07 13:03:44] <brotherBox> Sorry guys.
  4594. [2013-01-07 13:03:47] =-= Mode #33012013 +o brotherBox by ChanServ
  4595. [2013-01-07 13:04:00] <soulseekah> Absence_, for now nothing I think, except the black PNG
  4596. [2013-01-07 13:04:09] <Cicada> You think twitter will keep going for another 2 days before we get a clue
  4597. [2013-01-07 13:04:09] <Absence_> Mk.
  4598. [2013-01-07 13:04:12] <brotherBox> I was disconnected, and this keeps happening.
  4599. [2013-01-07 13:04:21] <soulseekah> Cicada, it's tweeting something redundant, something that we already have
  4600. [2013-01-07 13:04:26] <n_factor> where did the data come from to xor with the song to get testout.jpg?
  4601. [2013-01-07 13:04:29] <soulseekah> probably just pointing it us towards it
  4602. [2013-01-07 13:04:29] <onon> join teh clahp brother
  4603. [2013-01-07 13:04:35] <Absence_> How do i get the chanserv to recognize its me? I don't usually do IRCs; atleast not in over a year.
  4604. [2013-01-07 13:04:37] <brotherBox> >clahp
  4605. [2013-01-07 13:04:38] <soulseekah> Ymgve, figured out what it was that it was tweeting
  4606. [2013-01-07 13:04:47] <soulseekah> before it finished
  4607. [2013-01-07 13:04:49] <Cicada> yes, you think once it is completed, w ewill be able to move on?
  4608. [2013-01-07 13:04:52] <n_factor> how?
  4609. [2013-01-07 13:04:54] <Cicada> a final messge that we cannot decode now
  4610. [2013-01-07 13:05:00] <Cicada> or the onion page will become active
  4611. [2013-01-07 13:05:04] <Absence_> soulseekah im going to send u a query
  4612. [2013-01-07 13:05:05] <soulseekah> Cicada, no, there's lots of directions to continue into
  4613. [2013-01-07 13:05:09] <onon> absence /msg ChanServ identify <pw>
  4614. [2013-01-07 13:05:12] <soulseekah> Absence_, I have 3 minutes
  4615. [2013-01-07 13:05:13] <soulseekah> go
  4616. [2013-01-07 13:05:22] <soulseekah> already running late, so talk soon
  4617. [2013-01-07 13:06:12] <n_factor> thats my question
  4618. [2013-01-07 13:06:13] <soulseekah> probably a file off the the Tiny Linux iso filesystem (3301.img in BOOT)
  4619. [2013-01-07 13:06:20] <soulseekah> or one of the DATA files
  4620. [2013-01-07 13:06:24] <soulseekah> not sure which one yet
  4621. [2013-01-07 13:06:25] <n_factor> how did Ymgve get the full tweet defore it finished
  4622. [2013-01-07 13:06:29] <brotherBox> ^
  4623. [2013-01-07 13:06:35] <brotherBox> He doesn't respond atm.
  4624. [2013-01-07 13:06:42] <Absence_> i believe he did something with 3301
  4625. [2013-01-07 13:06:45] <Absence_> the number
  4626. [2013-01-07 13:06:46] <n_factor> i xored all the DATA files with the song
  4627. [2013-01-07 13:06:50] <Absence_> wasnt here for that part
  4628. [2013-01-07 13:06:59] <soulseekah> n_factor, probably a file on the filesystem itself
  4629. [2013-01-07 13:07:04] <soulseekah> like the .sh file that generated primes
  4630. [2013-01-07 13:07:11] <soulseekah> or rather echoed them out with delays
  4631. [2013-01-07 13:07:13] <brotherBox> Guys, just edit the wiki.
  4632. [2013-01-07 13:07:29] |<-- beads has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  4633. [2013-01-07 13:07:31] <soulseekah> it probably had more files, one of which is being tweeted out
  4634. [2013-01-07 13:07:50] <soulseekah> Ymgve recognized it before it fininshed, it seems
  4635. [2013-01-07 13:07:55] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory#ONION_LINKS_AND_WAY_TO_GET_TO_THEM
  4636. [2013-01-07 13:08:03] <soulseekah> can only guess, but 47k dumped so far is not enough
  4637. [2013-01-07 13:08:18] <soulseekah> where did he get the rest 100k from
  4638. [2013-01-07 13:08:27] =-= Mode #33012013 -o Absence_ by ChanServ
  4639. [2013-01-07 13:08:40] <n_factor> nope, its not on the iso.
  4640. [2013-01-07 13:08:55] <n_factor> the data needed to xor with the song is not on the disk in plaintext
  4641. [2013-01-07 13:09:32] <n_factor> i xor'd all the data files and song together in every permiation
  4642. [2013-01-07 13:09:36] <n_factor> didnt get the data
  4643. [2013-01-07 13:10:07] <Absence_> alright
  4644. [2013-01-07 13:10:09] <Absence_> will be back
  4645. [2013-01-07 13:10:10] <Absence_> later
  4646. [2013-01-07 13:10:16] <Absence_> peace esé
  4647. [2013-01-07 13:10:19] <scrounger> somebody do a diff between what the tweets put out and what Ymgve provided?
  4648. [2013-01-07 13:10:25] <Cosmo_> I swear he wrote something himself. n_factor you were here too.
  4649. [2013-01-07 13:10:50] <Cosmo_> He said something about it coming in 2 halves, but the second half being redundant
  4650. [2013-01-07 13:10:54] <Cosmo_> That's all I remember
  4651. [2013-01-07 13:10:56] <Cheese|busy> logs?
  4652. [2013-01-07 13:11:16] |<-- Cicada has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  4653. [2013-01-07 13:12:06] <Cheese|busy> oh yeah it's all in the wiki
  4654. [2013-01-07 13:12:13] <Cheese|busy> great work guys
  4655. [2013-01-07 13:14:12] =-= Cheese|busy is now known as CheeseFingers
  4656. [2013-01-07 13:16:00] <Cosmo_> Alright. I'll say it. What now?
  4657. [2013-01-07 13:16:22] <iIIustrious> now everyone makes sure they all know and can do the steps that got here
  4658. [2013-01-07 13:16:31] <iIIustrious> or moving on will be very difficult for some
  4659. [2013-01-07 13:16:47] <rb9269> good plan
  4660. [2013-01-07 13:17:02] <rb9269> what about the "web browsers are useless here" comment?
  4661. [2013-01-07 13:17:04] <Cosmo_> Hey I suck at this stuff anyway, I'm keeping up because you guys are so good at explaining.
  4662. [2013-01-07 13:17:07] <iIIustrious> lol, in other words, everyone get xoring
  4663. [2013-01-07 13:17:51] <rb9269> doesnt that imply something else is in the link?
  4664. [2013-01-07 13:17:53] <fffgg> I just keep lurking to see what happens, I'm totally unable to do any of the stuff you are talking about :)
  4665. [2013-01-07 13:17:54] <brotherBox> Okay guys, I think to have gotten it now.
  4666. [2013-01-07 13:18:03] <Grazza> same here :p
  4667. [2013-01-07 13:18:10] <brotherBox> I will edit the wiki now
  4668. [2013-01-07 13:18:21] |<-- Tier has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  4669. [2013-01-07 13:18:29] <brotherBox> Jesus...can't be that hard to get a few pieces of information.
  4670. [2013-01-07 13:20:05] <Cosmo_> What else do you need? I'm not the greatest source, but I've been here for.....close to 14 hours on and off
  4671. [2013-01-07 13:20:22] <brotherBox> I got all I need.
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  4673. [2013-01-07 13:22:37] <Atlas_> Does anyone know what the first line of the poem is supposed to tell us? "Parable 1,595,277,641"
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  4675. [2013-01-07 13:23:09] <lull> lit_envoy had pretty good theorys
  4676. [2013-01-07 13:23:29] <daemos> hello
  4677. [2013-01-07 13:24:05] -->| sr01 (~sr01@d54C4D0B3.access.telenet.be) has joined #33012013
  4678. [2013-01-07 13:24:18] <sr01> goodmorning
  4679. [2013-01-07 13:24:36] <daemos> morning
  4680. [2013-01-07 13:24:47] <sr01> something new?
  4681. [2013-01-07 13:24:51] <NikTitanik> hello
  4682. [2013-01-07 13:25:01] <lull> i guess not
  4683. [2013-01-07 13:25:07] <CheeseFingers> yeah
  4684. [2013-01-07 13:25:13] <lull> patience is a virtue
  4685. [2013-01-07 13:25:13] <CheeseFingers> there is quite some new stuff
  4686. [2013-01-07 13:25:14] <daemos> not that i know of
  4687. [2013-01-07 13:25:26] <Cosmo_> hey sr01..... you've missed a lot
  4688. [2013-01-07 13:25:32] <fffgg> most of it is on the wiki
  4689. [2013-01-07 13:25:53] <lull> oh you dont know about the pic?
  4690. [2013-01-07 13:25:53] -->| tier (536f5c22@gateway/web/freenode/ip.83.111.92.34) has joined #33012013
  4691. [2013-01-07 13:25:58] <Cosmo_> Go hit up the wiki again
  4692. [2013-01-07 13:25:59] <daemos> nope
  4693. [2013-01-07 13:26:05] <sr01> a pic you say
  4694. [2013-01-07 13:26:13] <lull> twitter is a pic
  4695. [2013-01-07 13:26:21] <sr01> jpg
  4696. [2013-01-07 13:26:24] <sr01> that i know
  4697. [2013-01-07 13:26:32] <Cosmo_> But we have it
  4698. [2013-01-07 13:26:33] <daemos> i knew that
  4699. [2013-01-07 13:26:44] <lull> we have the jpg??
  4700. [2013-01-07 13:26:47] <brotherBox> No
  4701. [2013-01-07 13:26:50] <brotherBox> Don't start this stuff again
  4702. [2013-01-07 13:27:00] <brotherBox> Yes we do have the twitter decrypted
  4703. [2013-01-07 13:27:02] <daemos> i came up with that theory!
  4704. [2013-01-07 13:27:20] <brotherBox> But please, for the love of fucking god, be patient and read the wiki when I'm done with putting the information together.
  4705. [2013-01-07 13:27:25] <Cosmo_> my bad
  4706. [2013-01-07 13:27:29] <brotherBox> No problem.
  4707. [2013-01-07 13:27:33] <brotherBox> I'm not mad or anything
  4708. [2013-01-07 13:27:38] <sr01> im reading, for the fucking love of god
  4709. [2013-01-07 13:27:43] <brotherBox> I just want to keep the redundancy down as it keeps distracting.
  4710. [2013-01-07 13:28:01] <brotherBox> I'm actually very glad that we have such an active crowd here
  4711. [2013-01-07 13:28:06] <sr01> i understand
  4712. [2013-01-07 13:28:24] <daemos> i have to go i only came on to see if this works on my phone
  4713. [2013-01-07 13:28:26] <brotherBox> However, that makes gathering information very difficult and the discussion very hectic.
  4714. [2013-01-07 13:28:46] |<-- daemos has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  4715. [2013-01-07 13:29:26] <n_factor> can someone with a lastlog send me the things that Ymgve said about generating testout.jpg plz
  4716. [2013-01-07 13:29:53] <n_factor> i know its the twitter feed xored with the song
  4717. [2013-01-07 13:30:00] <n_factor> but how did he generate the complete twitter feed
  4718. [2013-01-07 13:30:36] <NikTitanik> no one knows
  4719. [2013-01-07 13:30:55] <lurker365365> Last part of image is redundant data iirc
  4720. [2013-01-07 13:30:55] <Cosmo_> black magic and mountain dew
  4721. [2013-01-07 13:31:03] <lurker365365> Repeated 3301
  4722. [2013-01-07 13:31:24] <n_factor> no, i had the twitter feed xored with the song
  4723. [2013-01-07 13:31:31] <n_factor> it only produced half the image
  4724. [2013-01-07 13:31:37] <lurker365365> my bad
  4725. [2013-01-07 13:31:52] <n_factor> the twitter is still feeding
  4726. [2013-01-07 13:32:14] <fffgg> yes but it seems to be stuck at 644 tweets?
  4727. [2013-01-07 13:32:47] <Grazza> i think theres a little bit of that on the wiki
  4728. [2013-01-07 13:32:58] <Grazza> see if it makes sense
  4729. [2013-01-07 13:33:16] <NikTitanik> did the tweet interval change? it seems its 4 minutes now
  4730. [2013-01-07 13:33:22] <brotherBox> Yes, indeed.
  4731. [2013-01-07 13:34:06] <brotherBox> Are the runes identified?
  4732. [2013-01-07 13:34:20] |<-- sr01 has left freenode (Quit: ChatZilla 0.9.89 [Firefox 17.0.1/20121128204232])
  4733. [2013-01-07 13:34:28] <Lurker69> back on station
  4734. [2013-01-07 13:34:32] <brotherBox> The Twitter stuff is on the Wiki, the rest...well..its not yet.
  4735. [2013-01-07 13:34:51] <Lurker69> will try to put more of onion links explanation in it...
  4736. [2013-01-07 13:35:02] <Cosmo_> A mix of elder futhark and short twig as fas as we can tell
  4737. [2013-01-07 13:35:24] <Lurker69> Cosmo_: we didnt use runse at all until now
  4738. [2013-01-07 13:35:45] <Lurker69> all we use was outguess, xorin and telneting to onion
  4739. [2013-01-07 13:36:05] <iIIustrious> and they've sort of given us a way to convert them to number
  4740. [2013-01-07 13:36:30] <Cosmo_> It only came from comparisons earlier. Just after the image was given
  4741. [2013-01-07 13:36:52] <iIIustrious> well, I can't get the damn xor to work. I suspect my code is bad, as it's thrown together at 540 am. If no one has a better xor suggestion, I'm going to go crash
  4742. [2013-01-07 13:37:00] <CheeseFingers> just copied my cic files from my laptop and i have been able to reproduce, love you guys <3
  4743. [2013-01-07 13:37:20] <Lurker69> can somebody that know shit about telneting explain or write it doen how you coonect to it and how you use it, i want able to conect to it in windows but wasnt even tring to hard
  4744. [2013-01-07 13:37:23] <Cosmo_> We didn't use them, but a couple of people were trying to find a source
  4745. [2013-01-07 13:37:58] <Lurker69> i posted a link to converter in wiki below that image....
  4746. [2013-01-07 13:38:00] <iIIustrious> you just had to make telnet use tor
  4747. [2013-01-07 13:38:24] <Lurker69> need to edit it and allthatshit. but first i will addd onion stuff before i forget it
  4748. [2013-01-07 13:38:41] <rb9269> wait, we definatly know the tweets coming out at the moment are redundant data?
  4749. [2013-01-07 13:38:44] <Cosmo_> The viking converter or something?
  4750. [2013-01-07 13:38:53] <iIIustrious> yes
  4751. [2013-01-07 13:38:56] <rb9269> someone was saying that earlier
  4752. [2013-01-07 13:39:07] <iIIustrious> as several people have been able to get half the picture using it
  4753. [2013-01-07 13:39:25] <Lurker69> iIIustrious: i was getting: unable to connect, but probably i was using comand line wrong, didnt check for tutorials and microsoft page is rubish
  4754. [2013-01-07 13:39:38] <iIIustrious> I was as well, from windows
  4755. [2013-01-07 13:39:45] <rb9269> isnt one of the current onion links "patience is a virtue"?
  4756. [2013-01-07 13:39:46] <iIIustrious> switched to linux and got in
  4757. [2013-01-07 13:39:56] <rb9269> the only thing we're waiting on atm is the twitter
  4758. [2013-01-07 13:40:05] <Lurker69> http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/telnet_commands.mspx?mfr=true
  4759. [2013-01-07 13:40:17] <Lurker69> ^ not even..
  4760. [2013-01-07 13:40:29] <Lurker69> rb yes
  4761. [2013-01-07 13:40:30] <iIIustrious> ah, I was using putty, lurk
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  4763. [2013-01-07 13:40:48] <iIIustrious> tor has a page on using putty with it
  4764. [2013-01-07 13:40:49] <Lurker69> rb9269: one is patience is a virtue other is ascii cicada
  4765. [2013-01-07 13:41:12] <Lurker69> http://prntscr.com/oejfg onion v1 http://prntscr.com/oehem onion v2 first onion
  4766. [2013-01-07 13:41:19] <Lurker69> http://prntscr.com/oemgo second onion
  4767. [2013-01-07 13:41:26] <Lurker69> first onion chaged
  4768. [2013-01-07 13:41:49] <Lurker69> at first it was 2/3 of cicada later it was whole cicad wuth welcome on the bottom
  4769. [2013-01-07 13:42:09] <Lurker69> cosmo said that cicada is coming from the ground
  4770. [2013-01-07 13:42:12] <n_factor> still would like to know how Ymgve got full twitter feed
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  4772. [2013-01-07 13:42:13] <iIIustrious> it apparently goes back to 2/3rd sometimes
  4773. [2013-01-07 13:42:21] <iIIustrious> probably a weird caching thing
  4774. [2013-01-07 13:42:21] <NikTitanik> when i first entered the first onion link it only loaded half of the pgae, looking like the first image, when i refreshed it loaded it whole
  4775. [2013-01-07 13:42:26] <NikTitanik> maybe it was just a tor error
  4776. [2013-01-07 13:42:37] <Lurker69> but in reality i have no idea what trigered change on the page, maybe it was telneting
  4777. [2013-01-07 13:42:48] <Cosmo_> In terms of the runes we're looking at a variation on this? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Anglosaxonrunes.svg
  4778. [2013-01-07 13:42:51] <Grazza> where are you guys getting the onions?
  4779. [2013-01-07 13:43:10] <NikTitanik> grocery store
  4780. [2013-01-07 13:43:12] <iIIustrious> outguess the jpg on the twitter wiki page
  4781. [2013-01-07 13:43:15] <n_factor> the onions came from an outguess of an image
  4782. [2013-01-07 13:43:18] <Lurker69> grazza, basical from jpg that came from twiits
  4783. [2013-01-07 13:43:24] <Cosmo_> This is probably closer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-Saxon_runes
  4784. [2013-01-07 13:43:25] <Grazza> kk
  4785. [2013-01-07 13:43:25] <n_factor> how did we get that image illustrious
  4786. [2013-01-07 13:43:34] <iIIustrious> xoring
  4787. [2013-01-07 13:43:40] <iIIustrious> but, the guy who did it left
  4788. [2013-01-07 13:43:43] <n_factor> xoring song with what?
  4789. [2013-01-07 13:43:46] <Lurker69> n_factor: it is in wiki already
  4790. [2013-01-07 13:43:47] <rb9269> illustrious: yeah, its doing the 2/3rd thing alot for me: http://prntscr.com/oel9t
  4791. [2013-01-07 13:44:03] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory#ONION_LINKS_AND_WAY_TO_GET_TO_THEM
  4792. [2013-01-07 13:44:23] <iIIustrious> He xored the song with some of the twitter data first, and then to the data files
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  4795. [2013-01-07 13:45:44] <Atlas_> I just refreshed the first onion (had Welcome at the bottom) and now it's gone back to the unfinished cicada
  4796. [2013-01-07 13:45:45] <Fasd> Anything new in the past 8 hours?
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  4798. [2013-01-07 13:46:07] <iIIustrious> yes, check the wiki
  4799. [2013-01-07 13:47:43] <n_factor> but besause there is repeating 330133013301 after BASE64 ymgve was able to calculate all the tweets out of that "equation":
  4800. [2013-01-07 13:47:46] <n_factor> i dont get it
  4801. [2013-01-07 13:48:00] <iIIustrious> me neither, yet
  4802. [2013-01-07 13:48:08] <iIIustrious> I think there's something missing there
  4803. [2013-01-07 13:48:22] <NikTitanik> guys, i noticed something strange
  4804. [2013-01-07 13:48:22] <qwebirc47775> wiki link pl0x
  4805. [2013-01-07 13:48:27] <iIIustrious> at that point he had three things he was xorring together
  4806. [2013-01-07 13:48:37] <iIIustrious> one of which was repeating 3301's
  4807. [2013-01-07 13:48:57] <brotherBox> qwebirc47775, check the topic.
  4808. [2013-01-07 13:49:03] <iIIustrious> I haven't got my head around how to make real info out of that
  4809. [2013-01-07 13:49:32] <iIIustrious> but I think that's the sleep talking, haha. I'm calling this program a failure, I'm out guys
  4810. [2013-01-07 13:49:36] =-= iIIustrious is now known as iII|out
  4811. [2013-01-07 13:50:02] <Grazza> gn
  4812. [2013-01-07 13:50:45] <qwebirc47775> kk found it thx
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  4814. [2013-01-07 13:51:01] <anonalaala> niktitanik: sup?
  4815. [2013-01-07 13:51:06] |<-- n_factor has left freenode (Remote host closed the connection)
  4816. [2013-01-07 13:51:10] <Fasd> In the wiki it begins to reveal the message found when running outguess on the rune table but it stops. What was it?
  4817. [2013-01-07 13:51:13] <NikTitanik> one sec
  4818. [2013-01-07 13:51:14] <qwebirc47775> why and when did purplehell went down tho?
  4819. [2013-01-07 13:51:34] <qwebirc47775> i havent visited it in a while and last night when i tried i was very unpleasantly surprised
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  4821. [2013-01-07 13:51:53] <Cosmo_> brotherBox: Just did a double check, this is the rune alphabet used. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-Saxon_runes
  4822. [2013-01-07 13:52:34] <brotherBox> I'll add it to the wiki, thanks.
  4823. [2013-01-07 13:52:42] |<-- sr01 has left freenode (Remote host closed the connection)
  4824. [2013-01-07 13:52:44] <NikTitanik> when doing "nc -x localhost:9050 emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion 80", after the whole message has been printed out, if you would send numbers, it would factor them: http://pastebin.com/6y0YxZ8n
  4825. [2013-01-07 13:53:04] <brotherBox> Yes, we found that out already.
  4826. [2013-01-07 13:53:07] <NikTitanik> oh
  4827. [2013-01-07 13:53:09] <NikTitanik> ok then
  4828. [2013-01-07 13:53:13] <NikTitanik> did see it on the wiki
  4829. [2013-01-07 13:53:18] <Lurker69> iII|out: n_factor i am rewriting that part about 3301033010... after base 64
  4830. [2013-01-07 13:54:37] <brotherBox> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/What_We_Know
  4831. [2013-01-07 13:54:58] <brotherBox> Not remotely done, but some feedback would be nice on the material already covered.
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  4834. [2013-01-07 13:55:46] <chimp> its better than it was brotherbox
  4835. [2013-01-07 13:56:24] <chimp> i dont think anyone really knows what ymgve did regarding the image
  4836. [2013-01-07 13:56:25] <Grazza> yup
  4837. [2013-01-07 13:57:03] <chimp> what was the message in the rune table when running it through outguess?
  4838. [2013-01-07 13:57:18] <brotherBox> Its in the wiki
  4839. [2013-01-07 13:57:38] <brotherBox> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/OutGuessed_message_from_rune_table
  4840. [2013-01-07 13:57:50] <chimp> ah i had to f5 to update
  4841. [2013-01-07 13:57:51] <chimp> thanks
  4842. [2013-01-07 13:58:20] <crash_demons> do you know of any servers that run a tor proxy to allow users who don't want to run tor to access tor servers? (completely possible to set up)
  4843. [2013-01-07 13:58:49] <brotherBox> There is something like that for websites/hidden services
  4844. [2013-01-07 13:58:55] <fffgg> so now we're just stuck with Hash: SHA1
  4845. [2013-01-07 13:59:01] <brotherBox> Let me check
  4846. [2013-01-07 13:59:11] <brotherBox> crash_demons, http://onion.to/
  4847. [2013-01-07 13:59:12] <crash_demons> and by that I mean, binding to 0.0.0.0 instead of Localhost
  4848. [2013-01-07 13:59:12] <n_factor> oh i get what he did.
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  4850. [2013-01-07 13:59:46] <crash_demons> ty
  4851. [2013-01-07 14:00:02] <crash_demons> I would run tor, but the startup sequence is kind of bandwidth-heavy
  4852. [2013-01-07 14:00:40] <n_factor> since 761.mp3 XOR 560.13 XOR twitter = base64.cicada.png + "33013301...3301"
  4853. [2013-01-07 14:01:19] <n_factor> you can just add the 3301's to the end of base64.cicada.png to the length of the longest file of the other 3
  4854. [2013-01-07 14:01:46] <Grazza> WOW
  4855. [2013-01-07 14:01:48] <n_factor> then do base64.cicada.png XOR 560.13 XOR 761.mp3 = twitter
  4856. [2013-01-07 14:01:51] <Grazza> that makes so much more sense
  4857. [2013-01-07 14:01:51] <n_factor> to get the final jpg
  4858. [2013-01-07 14:01:51] <Grazza> lol
  4859. [2013-01-07 14:02:17] <crash_demons> lol @ web browsers are useless here
  4860. [2013-01-07 14:03:50] <brotherBox> Okay, quick question
  4861. [2013-01-07 14:04:05] <brotherBox> Does anyone know the original text from the whitespace message?
  4862. [2013-01-07 14:04:13] <brotherBox> Was it just that hidden service domain?
  4863. [2013-01-07 14:04:15] <crash_demons> unfortunately onion.to only supports browsers
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  4865. [2013-01-07 14:05:23] <chimp> brotherbox, is it worth putting a "what we need to figure out now" area on the wikia ?
  4866. [2013-01-07 14:05:58] <brotherBox> I'd rather wait until everything we discovered so far is organised
  4867. [2013-01-07 14:06:16] <chimp> fair enough
  4868. [2013-01-07 14:06:22] <brotherBox> Because things can get VERY hectic when something new is discovered and the redundancy increases again
  4869. [2013-01-07 14:06:31] <brotherBox> And I'll murder every last one of you if that happens again.
  4870. [2013-01-07 14:06:38] <chimp> yes, it was hellish about an hour or two ago
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  4873. [2013-01-07 14:07:12] <Grazza> also
  4874. [2013-01-07 14:07:17] <Grazza> anyone know why the reddit post got deleted?
  4875. [2013-01-07 14:08:11] <crash_demons> lols @ "no running dirservers known"
  4876. [2013-01-07 14:08:16] <crash_demons> wonderfun
  4877. [2013-01-07 14:08:19] <crash_demons> l
  4878. [2013-01-07 14:08:23] <chimp> no grazza
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  4880. [2013-01-07 14:13:35] <sr01> the person who find out about the jpg, is he new?
  4881. [2013-01-07 14:13:58] <brotherBox> No.
  4882. [2013-01-07 14:14:55] <sr01> alright
  4883. [2013-01-07 14:15:00] <brotherBox> How did we arrive at emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion?
  4884. [2013-01-07 14:15:22] <sr01> i'm all ear
  4885. [2013-01-07 14:15:49] <crash_demons> 0/3122 usable descriptors and waiting. hmm
  4886. [2013-01-07 14:16:48] <chimp> brotherbox, i cant remember
  4887. [2013-01-07 14:16:56] <chimp> was only like two hours ago or something
  4888. [2013-01-07 14:17:16] <chimp> n_factor would know, i think he did it ?
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  4890. [2013-01-07 14:21:26] <crash_demons> [Warning] Problem bootstrapping. Stuck at 50%: Loading relay descriptors. (DONE; DONE; count 18; recommendation warn) ... welp, so much for trying tor.
  4891. [2013-01-07 14:21:27] <crash_demons> always does that :|
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  4894. [2013-01-07 14:30:14] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory
  4895. [2013-01-07 14:30:23] <Lurker69> FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUž
  4896. [2013-01-07 14:30:37] <lull> ?
  4897. [2013-01-07 14:30:45] <Lurker69> fucking autoformating, tables, line brkakes.....
  4898. [2013-01-07 14:30:59] <Lurker69> also lots of info missing
  4899. [2013-01-07 14:31:06] <Lurker69> n_factor: report
  4900. [2013-01-07 14:31:47] <Lurker69> do you have pastebin of "Come to emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion" message
  4901. [2013-01-07 14:32:07] <Lurker69> the thing thta came from binary code in spaces/tabs
  4902. [2013-01-07 14:32:22] <Lurker69> also did it had PGP
  4903. [2013-01-07 14:32:25] <Lurker69> ?
  4904. [2013-01-07 14:32:54] <NikTitanik> http://pastebin.com/UA5xDk7s
  4905. [2013-01-07 14:32:56] <NikTitanik> this?
  4906. [2013-01-07 14:33:10] <Lurker69> nik, no got that
  4907. [2013-01-07 14:33:22] <Lurker69> result of binary t oasci
  4908. [2013-01-07 14:33:40] <NikTitanik> dunno about that
  4909. [2013-01-07 14:33:41] <Lurker69> "Come to emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion"
  4910. [2013-01-07 14:33:41] <Lurker69> <n_factor> now fuck off
  4911. [2013-01-07 14:33:41] <Lurker69> <n_factor> "We shall await you there."
  4912. [2013-01-07 14:33:41] <Lurker69> <n_factor> "Good luck."
  4913. [2013-01-07 14:33:42] <Lurker69> <n_factor> "3301"
  4914. [2013-01-07 14:33:56] <Lurker69> got that from logs not sure if all or not
  4915. [2013-01-07 14:34:09] <n_factor> lol
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  4917. [2013-01-07 14:34:32] <n_factor> it was directly from the white space encoding
  4918. [2013-01-07 14:34:52] <Lurker69> n_factor: only 4 lines then
  4919. [2013-01-07 14:34:55] <n_factor> 20 = 0, 09 = 1 if i recall
  4920. [2013-01-07 14:35:03] <n_factor> 0A = 0A
  4921. [2013-01-07 14:35:06] <n_factor> convert to ascii
  4922. [2013-01-07 14:35:06] <n_factor> yeah
  4923. [2013-01-07 14:35:07] <n_factor> 4 lines
  4924. [2013-01-07 14:35:12] <Lurker69> ok
  4925. [2013-01-07 14:35:28] <lull> do we have a new estimated amount of tweets?
  4926. [2013-01-07 14:35:35] <Lurker69> did you figure out how ymgve predicted all the tweets from xoting
  4927. [2013-01-07 14:35:47] <anonalaala_> n_factor figured it out earlier
  4928. [2013-01-07 14:35:50] <Lurker69> lull: ymgve have it
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  4932. [2013-01-07 14:36:12] <Lurker69> lull: ymgve has all the tweets that will be posted
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  4938. [2013-01-07 14:36:20] <Lurker69> he calculated them all
  4939. [2013-01-07 14:36:22] <lull> What? how?
  4940. [2013-01-07 14:36:31] <n_factor> since twitter + .13 + .mp3 = base64.png + 3301 padding
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  4942. [2013-01-07 14:36:38] <Lurker69> without all the tweets we would not be able to outguesss first jpg
  4943. [2013-01-07 14:36:57] <n_factor> then base64.png + extra padding + .mp3 + .13 = twitter
  4944. [2013-01-07 14:37:02] <lull> oh well thats fucking smart
  4945. [2013-01-07 14:37:08] <n_factor> using xor
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  4953. [2013-01-07 14:37:09] <lull> and a job well done
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  4955. [2013-01-07 14:37:39] <lull> but we still need the tweets
  4956. [2013-01-07 14:38:37] <Lurker69> lull: not anmore we have the jpg
  4957. [2013-01-07 14:38:55] <lull> we got anything out of it?
  4958. [2013-01-07 14:38:56] <Lurker69> all we need tweets for was to xor jpg out of theem
  4959. [2013-01-07 14:39:02] <Lurker69> jpg
  4960. [2013-01-07 14:39:07] <n_factor> we still dont know what the .17 file is for
  4961. [2013-01-07 14:39:10] <Lurker69> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1593421/3301/testout.jpg
  4962. [2013-01-07 14:39:21] <lull> ty
  4963. [2013-01-07 14:40:01] <Lurker69> when we outguesse that jpg we got http://pastebin.com/UA5xDk7s
  4964. [2013-01-07 14:40:22] <Lurker69> out of these spaces and tabs n_factor got first onion
  4965. [2013-01-07 14:40:27] <Lurker69> ...
  4966. [2013-01-07 14:40:28] <lull> it misses stuff?
  4967. [2013-01-07 14:40:34] <Lurker69> http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/Twitter_is_jpg_theory
  4968. [2013-01-07 14:40:56] <Lurker69> lull: no space = 1 Tab = 0
  4969. [2013-01-07 14:41:05] <Lurker69> binary to acii
  4970. [2013-01-07 14:41:34] <Lurker69> "Come to emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion"
  4971. [2013-01-07 14:41:34] <Lurker69> "We shall await you there."
  4972. [2013-01-07 14:41:34] <Lurker69> "Good luck."
  4973. [2013-01-07 14:41:35] <Lurker69> "3301"
  4974. [2013-01-07 14:41:54] <Lurker69> then Browsers are useless asciicicada
  4975. [2013-01-07 14:42:01] <Lurker69> telnetting
  4976. [2013-01-07 14:42:22] <Lurker69> thne they got this out of telnet
  4977. [2013-01-07 14:42:22] <lull> im trying
  4978. [2013-01-07 14:42:24] <Lurker69> http://pastebin.com/ZmFQ8ND2
  4979. [2013-01-07 14:42:37] <Lurker69> out of this with magic they got
  4980. [2013-01-07 14:42:55] <Lurker69> http://pastebin.com/r0PgMxP7
  4981. [2013-01-07 14:43:08] <Lurker69> i didnt confirm PGP for this yet
  4982. [2013-01-07 14:43:35] <lull> ok ill get to work :)
  4983. [2013-01-07 14:43:45] <Lurker69> <html>
  4984. [2013-01-07 14:43:45] <Lurker69> <head><title>3301</title></head>
  4985. [2013-01-07 14:43:45] <Lurker69> <body>
  4986. [2013-01-07 14:43:45] <Lurker69> Patience is a virtue.
  4987. [2013-01-07 14:43:45] <Lurker69> <!-- which means, come back soon. -->
  4988. [2013-01-07 14:43:45] <Lurker69> </body>
  4989. [2013-01-07 14:43:45] <Lurker69> </html>
  4990. [2013-01-07 14:43:51] <Lurker69> DEAD END
  4991. [2013-01-07 14:44:18] <lull> yeap
  4992. [2013-01-07 14:44:31] <lull> will take froma day to week i guess
  4993. [2013-01-07 14:44:36] <Lurker69> thats the story so far
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  4995. [2013-01-07 14:45:08] <Lurker69> i think that cicada will wait until enough people will wisit the page or something like this
  4996. [2013-01-07 14:45:20] <Lurker69> dammit
  4997. [2013-01-07 14:45:25] <lull> well try with proxys?
  4998. [2013-01-07 14:45:36] <lull> or just post it some where
  4999. [2013-01-07 14:45:44] <Lurker69> or they will observe if TO MANY PEOPLE will visit it!!!!!!
  5000. [2013-01-07 14:45:53] <lull> hmm true
  5001. [2013-01-07 14:45:57] <Lurker69> what to do
  5002. [2013-01-07 14:46:09] <lull> guys
  5003. [2013-01-07 14:46:17] <lull> we should lock this information
  5004. [2013-01-07 14:46:30] <lull> so we dont give another ppl head start
  5005. [2013-01-07 14:46:38] <lull> few will make it
  5006. [2013-01-07 14:46:53] <Lurker69> ok i will make it so that everybody can solve last bit to get last page...
  5007. [2013-01-07 14:47:10] <Lurker69> but all the screngrabs hve adress in them
  5008. [2013-01-07 14:47:55] <Lurker69> well all the poeple that were contibuting or just trying to be helpfull until now deserves it
  5009. [2013-01-07 14:48:19] <Lurker69> i will make it not so obvious
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  5012. [2013-01-07 14:51:53] <Cooper_> Good morning everyone.
  5013. [2013-01-07 14:52:03] <NikTitanik> hellou
  5014. [2013-01-07 14:52:17] <lull> mornings
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  5016. [2013-01-07 14:52:24] <chimp> morning
  5017. [2013-01-07 14:52:43] <Cosmo_> Afternoon
  5018. [2013-01-07 14:53:01] <chimp> damn its 2pm
  5019. [2013-01-07 14:53:04] <chimp> how have i done so little work
  5020. [2013-01-07 14:53:41] <crash_demons> how the heck do you get DNS requests to go through tor
  5021. [2013-01-07 14:53:51] <crash_demons> host does not exist.
  5022. [2013-01-07 14:54:07] <Cooper_> Holy shit.
  5023. [2013-01-07 14:54:09] <--| penmanship has left #33012013
  5024. [2013-01-07 14:54:11] <Cooper_> Looks like I missed a lot.
  5025. [2013-01-07 14:54:18] <Cosmo_> UK I have to assume. I know that feeling bro, I tried so hard to do uni work
  5026. [2013-01-07 14:54:32] <crash_demons> someone posted the telnet command but apparently backlog lost it
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  5028. [2013-01-07 14:55:00] <chimp> heh cosmo, when i was a student i wasnt even awake yet
  5029. [2013-01-07 14:55:00] <NikTitanik> sec
  5030. [2013-01-07 14:55:32] <chimp> crash, are you trying to connect to that last .onion ?
  5031. [2013-01-07 14:55:38] <crash_demons> yes
  5032. [2013-01-07 14:55:45] <NikTitanik> nc -x localhost:9050 emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion 80
  5033. [2013-01-07 14:55:57] <Cosmo_> Normally that'd be the case but I've been awake since yesterday.
  5034. [2013-01-07 14:56:00] <crash_demons> shit.
  5035. [2013-01-07 14:56:05] <chimp> are you using a browser or is that still no go?
  5036. [2013-01-07 14:56:11] <crash_demons> any way to do this on WinSCP?
  5037. [2013-01-07 14:56:16] <crash_demons> I got tor running
  5038. [2013-01-07 14:56:49] <crash_demons> I have a Socks4 proxy set in WinSCP, set to telnet, but nomatter what I do it just spits out "host does not exist"
  5039. [2013-01-07 14:56:49] <NikTitanik> dunno, sorry
  5040. [2013-01-07 14:57:14] <NikTitanik> try putty
  5041. [2013-01-07 14:57:19] <indigo_> re these .onions coming from
  5042. [2013-01-07 14:57:21] <indigo_> where*
  5043. [2013-01-07 14:57:28] <NikTitanik> check the wiki
  5044. [2013-01-07 14:57:32] <indigo_> alright
  5045. [2013-01-07 14:58:05] <n_factor> torify telnet emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion 80
  5046. [2013-01-07 14:59:06] <crash_demons> trying with putty, just happened to have that
  5047. [2013-01-07 14:59:21] <crash_demons> connected!
  5048. [2013-01-07 14:59:22] <NikTitanik> i cant get it to work with putty
  5049. [2013-01-07 15:00:18] <crash_demons> set proxy to localhost, 9050, socks4, make sure to set DNS on Proxy-End to YES
  5050. [2013-01-07 15:00:32] <crash_demons> set session type to telnet, hostname emiwp4muu2ktwknf.onion, port 80
  5051. [2013-01-07 15:00:53] <crash_demons> click save the session name and double-click it (or Open I guess)
  5052. [2013-01-07 15:00:55] <NikTitanik> yeah got it with putty too
  5053. [2013-01-07 15:01:21] <crash_demons> is Command "hello" outputting the same hex spam as the twitter?
  5054. [2013-01-07 15:01:23] <crash_demons> or no?
  5055. [2013-01-07 15:01:29] <NikTitanik> no
  5056. [2013-01-07 15:01:34] <crash_demons> hmm
  5057. [2013-01-07 15:01:51] <crash_demons> Offset: 3301, Skip: 0, Col: 65, Line: 16. :-?
  5058. [2013-01-07 15:01:55] <NikTitanik> dunno
  5059. [2013-01-07 15:02:27] <crash_demons> lol
  5060. [2013-01-07 15:02:31] <crash_demons> enter "cicada" and it returns "+"
  5061. [2013-01-07 15:02:48] <NikTitanik> when you intput primes it returns + too
  5062. [2013-01-07 15:03:13] <crash_demons> 23 returns '2 2 2 2 2'
  5063. [2013-01-07 15:03:17] <NikTitanik> yes
  5064. [2013-01-07 15:03:20] <NikTitanik> it factorizes
  5065. [2013-01-07 15:03:37] <crash_demons> 2^5 is not 23.
  5066. [2013-01-07 15:03:46] <NikTitanik> dont know then
  5067. [2013-01-07 15:03:48] <crash_demons> 2*2*2*2*2 = 32
  5068. [2013-01-07 15:04:09] <crash_demons> which also returns five 2's
  5069. [2013-01-07 15:04:11] <n_factor> its backwards
  5070. [2013-01-07 15:04:17] <indigo_> has anyone tried ftp on these adresses?
  5071. [2013-01-07 15:04:26] <crash_demons> 32 / 23 returns same thing. weird
  5072. [2013-01-07 15:04:38] <lull> 222444222232
  5073. [2013-01-07 15:05:18] <lull> i was just trying shit and that popped up somewhere can recall
  5074. [2013-01-07 15:05:19] <crash_demons> a buggy factorizer maybe
  5075. [2013-01-07 15:05:39] <lull> enter that on phone and see yourself
  5076. [2013-01-07 15:05:41] <crash_demons> 24/42 work appropriately
  5077. [2013-01-07 15:06:11] <crash_demons> enter a ton of 9's: "0 0"
  5078. [2013-01-07 15:08:26] |<-- onon has left freenode (Remote host closed the connection)
  5079. [2013-01-07 15:08:42] <crash_demons> count bob = 129
  5080. [2013-01-07 15:08:46] |<-- renis has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  5081. [2013-01-07 15:08:49] <crash_demons> count b = 61+
  5082. [2013-01-07 15:08:50] <sr01> did someone run nmap on it
  5083. [2013-01-07 15:08:55] <crash_demons> count o = 7*
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  5087. [2013-01-07 15:10:38] <crash_demons> guess you could record all the alphabet values
  5088. [2013-01-07 15:10:57] <crash_demons> but idk what the count command is really doing
  5089. [2013-01-07 15:11:32] <indigo_> are you guys running commands on the telenet servers?
  5090. [2013-01-07 15:11:43] <crash_demons> tor'd telnet servers
  5091. [2013-01-07 15:12:03] <indigo_> right, have you tried running some of the numbers they have given us?
  5092. [2013-01-07 15:12:25] <NikTitanik> when you input garbage it outputs that there are a lot of functions and commands, maybe we should try stuff out and maybe find something useful
  5093. [2013-01-07 15:12:34] <crash_demons> like which (I'd open a browser right now, but tor is sucking all of my bandwidth)
  5094. [2013-01-07 15:12:36] |<-- absolutezeroff has left freenode (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
  5095. [2013-01-07 15:12:45] <anonalaala_> gentlemen
  5096. [2013-01-07 15:12:53] <anonalaala_> we already know the values of every character
  5097. [2013-01-07 15:13:17] <anonalaala_> and have already run values on the different numbers they've given us and crossreferenced those with the values of the sentences from the varius poems
  5098. [2013-01-07 15:13:38] <crash_demons> what's the + / * thing?
  5099. [2013-01-07 15:13:52] <Atlas_> The values are in the testout.jpg with the runes anyway
  5100. [2013-01-07 15:14:17] <anonalaala_> how are you getting asterisk
  5101. [2013-01-07 15:14:21] <crash_demons> if you "count" a letter, it gives a + or a * after it.
  5102. [2013-01-07 15:14:29] <crash_demons> after the value
  5103. [2013-01-07 15:14:32] <anonalaala_> gotcha
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  5105. [2013-01-07 15:14:38] <Atlas_> try to count eo
  5106. [2013-01-07 15:14:43] <crash_demons> are *'s composite numbers?
  5107. [2013-01-07 15:14:59] <crash_demons> count eo = 41+
  5108. [2013-01-07 15:15:12] <Atlas_> + is always prime
  5109. [2013-01-07 15:15:31] <NikTitanik> guys
  5110. [2013-01-07 15:15:33] <NikTitanik> guys
  5111. [2013-01-07 15:15:36] <NikTitanik> the count
  5112. [2013-01-07 15:15:37] <crash_demons> lol, the factorizer on the telnet is broken though.
  5113. [2013-01-07 15:15:38] <Atlas_> crash, the values you are getting are the same as in the picture, then.
  5114. [2013-01-07 15:15:41] <Atlas_> http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/uncovering-cicada/images/1/1a/Testout.jpg
  5115. [2013-01-07 15:15:53] <NikTitanik> if you count a single letter it outputs the value in the table with runes
  5116. [2013-01-07 15:15:56] <crash_demons> enter '61', returns '2 2 2 2'
  5117. [2013-01-07 15:16:09] <NikTitanik> count j
  5118. [2013-01-07 15:16:16] <Atlas_> 37
  5119. [2013-01-07 15:16:17] <Atlas_> +
  5120. [2013-01-07 15:16:26] <crash_demons> count j=37*
  5121. [2013-01-07 15:16:34] <n_factor> 16 is 2 2 2 2
  5122. [2013-01-07 15:16:43] <n_factor> it reads them backwards too
  5123. [2013-01-07 15:16:46] <n_factor> 61 is prime
  5124. [2013-01-07 15:16:55] <n_factor> so it assumes you put it in backwards
  5125. [2013-01-07 15:17:18] <n_factor> its really there to search for primes that are prime both forward and backward
  5126. [2013-01-07 15:17:21] <crash_demons> so only palindromic primes are +'s ?
  5127. [2013-01-07 15:17:39] <crash_demons> this is really convoluted.
  5128. [2013-01-07 15:17:41] <n_factor> ones that are prime both directions, not necessarily palindromic
  5129. [2013-01-07 15:17:50] <crash_demons> well, that's what I meant
  5130. [2013-01-07 15:17:56] <indigo_> Anyone consider the + are 1 and the others are 0, as in bianary
  5131. [2013-01-07 15:17:57] <crash_demons> just couldn't think of a better term
  5132. [2013-01-07 15:18:16] <Cosmo_> So what happens if you put in a sequence of numbers in place of letters and try words? like cicada? 13 31 13 97 89 97
  5133. [2013-01-07 15:18:32] <crash_demons> unlisted command: primes
  5134. [2013-01-07 15:18:59] <dafga> one thing, cicada returns a + and the count for that is not a prime
  5135. [2013-01-07 15:19:20] <crash_demons> "primes" seems to output a table of primes or some junk
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  5137. [2013-01-07 15:19:35] <crash_demons> ending at 3301 of course
  5138. [2013-01-07 15:19:37] <chimp> are you all trying this out via putty?
  5139. [2013-01-07 15:20:01] <dafga> primes is the list of primes seen in the boot sequence of the iso, without the pause.
  5140. [2013-01-07 15:20:19] <indigo_> Can telenet print with pauses?
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  5142. [2013-01-07 15:20:41] <crash_demons> Cosmo_, it lists the factorization for each as if you put them all in separately
  5143. [2013-01-07 15:20:53] <crash_demons> unless you mean the count command, which returns 0 for that
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  5146. [2013-01-07 15:21:14] <primius> chimp: most of my analysis has been done through ssh in one form or another
  5147. [2013-01-07 15:21:21] <Cosmo_> oh ok
  5148. [2013-01-07 15:21:34] <chimp> connecting to that most recent .onion right?
  5149. [2013-01-07 15:21:36] =-= anon is now known as Guest82200
  5150. [2013-01-07 15:21:40] <chimp> or is that a different one
  5151. [2013-01-07 15:21:42] <crash_demons> indigo_, I don't see why not
  5152. [2013-01-07 15:21:44] <Atlas_> @crash_demons if + is for primes, and * for composites, why does it return j = 37*
  5153. [2013-01-07 15:21:58] <crash_demons> no idea
  5154. [2013-01-07 15:22:20] <Cooper_> I thought we gathered all we needed from the telnet?
  5155. [2013-01-07 15:22:35] <crash_demons> nobody has explained the * + thing yet :|
  5156. [2013-01-07 15:22:56] |<-- alkapwn has left freenode (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  5157. [2013-01-07 15:24:01] <indigo_> I'm out, class. Last thoughts, Try bianary for the * +, first thing that comes to mind if there are only two variables
  5158. [2013-01-07 15:24:13] <indigo_> Maybe try converting it to base 10\
  5159. [2013-01-07 15:24:37] <crash_demons> base 10 from what?
  5160. [2013-01-07 15:24:48] <indigo_> base 2?
  5161. [2013-01-07 15:24:52] <crash_demons> of?
  5162. [2013-01-07 15:25:30] <crash_demons> decimal value of * is 42.
  5163. [2013-01-07 15:25:32] <Cosmo_> What if they're literally to just highlight certan letters?
  5164. [2013-01-07 15:25:37] <indigo_> + is 1, * is 0, find the value of those and convert them to base 10, I haven't looked at the telenet, so maybe be therorizing is a bit null, but otherwise give it a try
  5165. [2013-01-07 15:25:37] <Cosmo_> *certain
  5166. [2013-01-07 15:26:06] <crash_demons> you want to append that bit to the end of the number it returns?
  5167. [2013-01-07 15:26:14] <crash_demons> hm
  5168. [2013-01-07 15:26:19] <indigo_> They used the pause before in the iso, the time changing in the tweets, wouldn't be suprised if they were doing it with the telenet
  5169. [2013-01-07 15:26:37] |<-- indigo_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
  5170. [2013-01-07 15:27:17] <crash_demons> "but countless more do".... maybe there are more commands that we don't know about
  5171. [2013-01-07 15:27:37] <chimp> crash i cant even connect with putty, just getting connection closed by remote host
  5172. [2013-01-07 15:27:41] <sr01> i assume that you cant use 'help'
  5173. [2013-01-07 15:27:59] <NikTitanik> you can
  5174. [2013-01-07 15:28:00] <crash_demons> sr01, help is valid, but at least one command isn't listed there so far
  5175. [2013-01-07 15:28:05] <NikTitanik> but it returns only 4 commands
  5176. [2013-01-07 15:28:09] <crash_demons> help also doesn't really explain anything
  5177. [2013-01-07 15:28:32] <Cosmo_> Try anything that refers back to earlier clues, any other key words
  5178. [2013-01-07 15:28:49] <crash_demons> I'm relatively new to this ARG so...
  5179. [2013-01-07 15:29:36] |<-- Cosmo_ has left freenode (Quit: Page closed)
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