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But at least for me, I will still try to post all directions, links and instructions on how to solve the next steps in this wiki.

Not by giving exact solutions, but by trying to help you all learn how to solve this. Although I think even I will get lost along the way at some point. Setting up apache and onion hidden services or any other HTTP/WWW/TCP/IP/CGI (Common Gateway Interface) server related stuff just isn't my department. Nor is fucking with problems of various linux distributions. But you should have enough easy to follow tutorials in the article below. Many links, much script kiddies, WOW!

Wikia Page 7 is still a cluster fuck, but less so than it was! It will get better eventually. I hope it is more readable than the IRC logs.

Check logs, titanpads and TL DR article for now, everything else is still experimental. But most Headers are set in order and path from onion 5v2 to onion 6 shoud be clear.

If you decide to edit, dont delete stuff but rather make new Header and make it so good we can later move bad ones.

I dont want discourage anyone to share knowledge and information. Sharing is what brought us here. Just make sure you dont get caught. Dont forget: over Tor and on IRC you can be anonymous. If you follow basic OPSEC nobody can connect your IRC nick (dont use same nick, use cloaks or Tor on freenode, turn CTCP off, careful with your browser fingerprint..) to your onion hidden service.

~Lurker69

Create one Tor hidden service that can accept CGI file uploads.


When this hidden service returns and can accept input, post the

three magic squares and the URL to your Tor hidden service here.

Work alone.


1111111111111111
110    12    101
1              1
112    14    121
1              1
110    12    101
1111111111111111

Good luck.

3301


: INSTRUCTION :Rules are Meant to be Broken

PROGRAM YOUR MIND. PROGRAM REALITY!




Instructions and hints how to set your own TOR hidden service and CGI file uploads --->  here




Freenode ddos'ed

freenode was ddos'ed on 2/2/2014

  1. freenode channel summary log of early stages of the ddos https://infotomb.com/zzaut

Is there some "French group" ahead of #cicadasolvers?

Original /x/ thread: http://boards.4chan.org/x/res/14099148

Backup: http://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/14099148/

Text packup: http://pastebin.com/dBD8aHry

On Jan 30th, people who appear to be native French speakers have been bragging on 4chan that they are ahead of #cicadasolvers on freenode, mocking us how we didn't even find the "portrait" and the "squares in mp3".

People in #cicadsolvers mainly disregarded them as trolls, not giving them much attention, but then on 31st, one day later, onion #5 came back up, and displayed a portrait of Andrés del Peral by the Spanish artist Francisco de Goya y Lucientes. Outguessing that portrait led us to onion #6 with instructions to find three squares, which we needed to post to onion# 6 when it came back up.

Are there possibly other groups ahead of us? Was Cicada being honest when they mentioned "For those who have fallen behind."? Was wind only lucky when she said that there are other groups and that they are ahead of us? Who are those French guys? Is is Cicada mocking us? Do other groups besides Facebook and G+ exist? Does wind speaks French? Was it just Borken? What does being "Rocked too close to the Wall" actually mean?

Note from a frenchfag: "you're rocked to close to wall" is the literal translation of "bercé trop près du mur" a French expression that just means "you're a retard".

I dont even cat

Note that a group, that is capable of finding what we missed and maintaining enough opsec to not be public should be aware enough to stay unfound by Google search crawlers. It seems unlikely that they would risk their security by bragging about their endeavors on 4chan. How they had knowledge about "portrait" and  "squares" two days before that was posted on onion #5 is still unknown, but I think you can figure it out.

When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.
- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Other interesting 4chan threads:

Dont forget that whole cicada 3301 thing in 2012 started on 4chan. And as it seems 3301 sometimes use this channel to troll us or to provide possible hints. Thats why monitoring and maintaining all 4hcan threads can be important.


/x/  great post from 5th feb (Übermensch)

You are both close, but missing it. Cicada isn't a cult. It isn't a government, 
it isn't banks. It isn't all of Satoshi Nakamoto. (although members are undoubtedly
involved in each of these areas).
Cicada is fundamentally about evolution of man. About taking us to the next step. 
Not the next biological step (although that's part of it too). It's more than that.
It's about man overcoming humanity. Digging deep inside to find infinity. 
Realizing all out limitations, weakness, and suffering are our own creations.
We live in a Matrix-like world and they're here to pull out the few who see past
it, and then guide them further down the path. Except our matrix isn't a computer
program built by machines. Our matrix is the belief that we even exist in the first
place. Our egos built our matrixes. But we can't see it because our egos have 
convinced us that they ARE us.
The Cicada revolution occurs on every level: physical, subconscious, emotional, 
mental, social, technical, and on.
Those who find their way to the enlightenment offered are those who will change 
the world of, not just tomorrow, but the world of today.


/x/ from feb 4th 2014 (cyperphunks,  Mabinogion, cDc...):

/b/ from feb 3rd 2014 (nothing special in it)


/x/ feb 2nd 2014 (more french trolls?)

Note from a frenchfag: the last three messages have not been written by french peoples but by morons using a translator (for example: "N'ont-ils pas encore déchiffré les ficelles?" should have been translated as "N'ont-ils pas encore déchiffré les chaînes de charactères ?", plus most frenches would have written "Ils ont pas" and not "N'ont-ils pas").

As for "Le groupe français n'existe pas. Nous sommes totalement morts.", that's just an observation: there is no active group in France, all the crytpo/hacking/cracking have been dead for the last 10 years.  That doesn't mean that there isn't a group ahead of us but I'm pretty sure that it isn't french (one of their member could be though).

Thx, I suspected its someone impersonating "french" group.


/x/ from Jan 12th 2014 (post from anoher brood 0h member?)

/x/ from feb 4th (about magic squares)

TL DR

[23:11] <NiceLurk> http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2014/7/   this is content from onion 5 i think
[23:11] <NiceLurk> http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2014/8/ this is from onion 6, i think


<nazgul> In case anyone needs a short overview:

<NiceLurk> i think onion 5 had portrait, two small jpgs, mp3 and book code
<Forester155_> The book code led to onion 6
<NiceLurk> and onon 6 had koan and instructions about servers and squares

onion5 -> jpeg -> outguess -> bzip2 -> signed text -> 2 images, 1 mp3  ->book code ->goedel escher bach book -> onion6 -> <! -- 761 -- > string... -> 4 new Primus Liber pages -> 4 outguesses with CGI instructions

How to generally solve and analyze magic squares

1391309125665

For now only few links and link to log:

http://www.math.wichita.edu/~richardson/mathematics/magic%20squares/order4nmagicsquares.html

http://burntjet.co.uk/maths/msq/magic_squares_creator.php

http://illuminations.nctm.org/Lesson.aspx?id=655

http://homepages.udayton.edu/~hardierc/ece203/lineareq.htm

Log: http://spiers.usr.sh:808/%23cicadasolvers.log

Ctrl-f for this post and read below it:

06:37 < `Sta> The most important number in the magic square is the centre number

Info about what happened on onion 5 and onion 6 on 30-31 Jan 2014

  • Around 05:00 GMT on Jan 31, Onion 5 updated, showing the Goya painting that we're calling "Portrait"
  • Onion 6 went online 1.5 hours later. After onion 5 was changed for the last time.

URL's:


  • Start of SHITSTORM:
[05:18] <Entropy[5]> Onion http://q4utgdi2n4m4uim5.onion/ is up!  <--check logs in #cicasadolvers  
Logs: http://spiers.usr.sh:808/

Files:

Printscreens of onion 5v2 "Portrait"

Onion5

The page had no HTML code on it.

The original file name of portrait was: q4utgdi2n4m4uim5.onion.jpeg

No dump of the original headers survived to our knowledge. However, one user distinctly remembered an X-Cicada: 3301 key-value pair.

About portrait:

[16:58] <strange_tcyborg> NiceLurk: the guy in the protrait *might* be goya, really not sure, though
[16:58] <sir_phobos> it's a goya portrait of a guy
[16:58] <sir_phobos> http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Francisco_de_Goya_y_Lucientes_-_Portrait_of_Andr%C3%A9s_del_Peral_-_WGA10031.jpg File was named: q4utgdi2n4m4uim5.onion.jpeg

-- i was wrong about the protrait. let the world know. -- strange_tcyborg


Portrait of Andrés del Peral - Francisco de Goya y Lucientes

Brotherboxportrait

source: https://infotomb.com/ppb2o, brotherbox

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes was a Spanish romantic painter and printmaker regarded both as the last of the Old Masters and the first of the moderns.

Andrés del Peral worked as a craftsman-painter and gilder at the court of Madrid from the late 1770s to the early 1820s. He is the man of the same name who is recorded as having formed a large collection of small paintings by Goya.

The original painting can be found in Room 39 of the National Gallery in London (reference NG1591 - which is prime): http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/francisco-de-goya-don-andres-del-peral

In he top right hand corner is what looks like a super-imposed silhouette that we believe to be Rasputin .

This might be rasputin source: (Needs to be checked in PS)

[18:24] <Valkyrie> http://prntscr.com/2o9mt6  it think its safe to say the had i cut off, there are many straight lines on the beard.

I tried to recreate same efect in Photoshop with no success. I guess this was not done in Photoshop, I didn't get same the effect with any common layer blend modes. The head is alot more visible in different colors than the body. So I assume the head was selected with the polygonal lasso and applied with a different filter than the body.


Original source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Francisco_de_Goya_y_Lucientes_-_Portrait_of_Andr%C3%A9s_del_Peral_-_WGA10031.jpg

cicada
 logo  
           Rasputin

181
7
15
16           966
456          1071
351          626
7            204
             434


 =            =
1033         3301

<parardhes> yes rasputin in the background and numbers 181 7 15 16 456 351 7 ; 966 1071 626 204 434

<parardhes> numbers adds up to 1033 and 3301
Magicsquare

Adding the numbers up vertically:

Left set of numbers: 24+29+8 = 61 prime = 6 + 1 = 7

Right set of numbers: 22+11+27+1 = 61 prime = 6 + 1 = 7


Numbers are not from 5x5 Magic Square from Server-status page of book:

272     138     341     131     151
366     199     130     320     18
226     245     91      245     226
18      320     130     199     366
151     131     341     138     272

From portrait.jpg (q4utgdi2n4m4uim5.onion.jpeg) to book code.

<brotherBox> I have "q4utgdi2n4m4uim5.onion.jpg", but the original has a "jpeg" extension.
<brotherBox> Outguess won't take jpegs, only jpgs. Its md5 is df8527480c874edaf57766240f19d19f

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1033_program

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1

Very good.  You have done well to come this far.

ffd8ffe000104a46494600010101004800480000fffe0013437265617465
6420776974682047494d50ffdb00430050373c463c32504641465a55505f
78c882786e6e78f5afb991c8ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff
    jpg1
    ...
    jpg2
    ...
    mp3
aaaaaaaaaaaafff33464fc000001a4000000000000034800000000aaaaaa
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

3PI:6:1:3  
LML:1:1:1
3
ETOATS:19:9:1
...AF:5:3:1
AMO:13:10:1
CC:8:6:1
CBIA:3:7:2
CFAF:5:23:6
SPR:1:8:1
7
C[1]:4:5:3
AWDV:6:2:1
C[2]:2:17:5
SC:3:17:1
AOGS:2:8:1
ONION


Good luck.

3301


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PortraitPGPsignature


Signed by Legit Cicada 3301 key on 19.1. 2014 7:28

GOOD LUCK. 3301

Gödel hint

Goedel

Bew(y) = exists x (Goedel)

Kurt Goedel

Kurt Gödel

First jpg was : [17:50] <mourn> 1 image was Bew(y) = exists x (goedel)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt_G%C3%B6del


Kurt Friedrich Gödel (April 28, 1906 – January 14, 1978) was an Austrian/Czech , and later American, logician, mathematician, and philosopher. Considered with Aristotle and Gottlob Frege to be one of the most significant logicians in history, Gödel made an immense impact upon scientific and philosophical thinking in the 20th century.

Picture of M.C.Escher: 1946 Eye (of death)


Eye 1946 by M.C. Escher, Mezzotint and drypoint, shows his own eye, which was greatly magnified by a convex shaving mirror. The center of his pupil reflects a skull. He is teasing us with the one who watches over all of us, the fate of each of us, death.
EscherReflecting

Escher by a convex shaving mirror, magnifying his own eye.


What is the meaning of the skull in Escher's eye

Escher's skull in the eye reminds us of mortality. He is teasing us by reflecting his version of "Death" back at us from the pupil of his eye. His "Death" is the one who watches over us all, the fate of each of us. In Escher's narrative there is no great expanse of life for us at all, just the small time that we have, constantly being watched by "Death", just drawing nearer to the inevitable conclusion of our destinies. In fact, Escher is an "illusion" artist, so the picture is therefore an illusion - As one looks into the eye, one sees right through to their skull, which is obviously impossible thereby creating the illusion.


I believe the eye photo may be a hint towards the hidden numbers and Rasputin images on onion 6.


Gematria values of related words:

SEE = 53+67+67 = 187 = 1+8+7 = 16 = 1+6 = 7

SEEK = 53+67+67+13 = 200 = 2^3 x 5^2. The sum of the distinct prime factors = 7

EYE = 67+103+67 = 237. If 237 is base 60, then in base 10 = 7387. 7+3+8+7 = 25 = 2+5 = 7

Short mp3, Trio Sonata in G major by J.S. Bach:

<mourn> mp3 is sonata in G major by J.S. Bbach
Johann Sebastian Bach

Johann Sebastian Bach


The song is: Trio Sonata in G major, BWV 1039 (1039 is a prime) by J.S. Bach. Here is the official imslp with score and more information: http://imslp.org/wiki/Trio_Sonata_in_G_major,_BWV_1039_(Bach,_Johann_Sebastian)

The 3 seconds worth that they sent is from bar 18 after the middle of the bar. Here is a screenshot of just that section played from the mp3: 

McLEj0T

2nd half of Bar 18 from Bach's Trio Sonata in G major, BWV 1039

I re transcribed it in finale to make sure I had the correct section and notes that synced up with the mp3. You can find my midi, and the transcription here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jpqwmteihyrrshp/nSksuROnvE

I then wrote down the letters corresponding to their position and their part:

http://pastebin.com/3T089HUW Finally here is a few ways these letters could be turned into numbers:

http://pastebin.com/17h9MhyK

Some say that it is BWV 1033, that was a bit controversial


 borken: also, one of the magic squares IS in the mp3 though, 
         it's encoded the same way Bach encoded his.
 >Not have been found yet

Book code: Gödel, Escher, Bach by Douglas Hofstadter

GEB
Hofstadter

Here is full book in pdf: http://www.physixfan.com/wp-content/files/GEBen.pdf

  • Hofstadter:

Douglas Hofstadter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


<NiceLurk> tell me which book it was
<iII> goedel escher bach
<iII> hofstadter
<iII> meaning you guessed right about 
      hofstadter last year :D

Note that in 2013 cicadas "Psychology test" one of possible answers was "strange loop", which is not very common possibility at standard psych a,b,c,d type of tests.  We discovered that "strange loop" most probably references Hofstadter already in 2013.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strange_loop

Book code solution:

<onecool> the letters (on left) in the outguess correspond to parables

The numbers are dialogue line, word, letter.

 1. The lettercodes in the beginning correspond with chapters in the book
    (e. g. LML == Little Harmonic Labyrinth)
 2. All chapters mentioned are dialogues between characters.

So we interpret the book code as follows:
Chapter:Dialogue line:word:letter

3PI:6:1:3          Three-Part Invention 29                          (u)
LML:1:1:1          Little Harmonic Labyrinth 103                    (t)
3                                                                   (3)
ETOATS:19:9:1      Edifying Thoughts of a Tobacco Smoker 480        (q)
...AF:5:3:1        ... Ant Fugue 311                                (t)
AMO:13:10:1        Introduction: A Musico-Logical Offering 3        (z)
CC:8:6:1           Crab Canon 199                                   (b)
CBIA:3:7:2         Canon by Intervallic Augmentation 153            (r)
CFAF:5:23:6        Chromatic Fantasy, And Feud 177                  (v)
SPR:1:8:1          Six-Part Ricercar 720                            (s)
7                                                                   (7)
C[1]:4:5:3         Contracrostipunctus 75                           (d)
AWDV:6:2:1         Aria with Diverse Variations 391                 (t)
C[2]:2:17:5        Contrafactus 633                                 (v)
SC:3:17:1          Sloth Canon 681                                  (z)                
AOGS:2:8:1         Air on G's String 431                            (p)
ONION


 ==> ut3qtzbrvs7dtvzp.onion

Onion 6

http://ut3qtzbrvs7dtvzp.onion

Long string with <! -- 761 -- > html comment.

Not sure if we caught http headers.

Onion6

Onion 6, new Primus Liber Book pages, 4 jpgs

Onion 6 Jpgs strange filesizes and jpg compression

All 4 pages look similar and all have similar outguess messages in them. One woud expect them to be of similar size. This is however not the case.

ArtefactsonPagesformonion6

Gif showing different jpg compression in 4 pages

page1 736 KB  (754,662 bytes)
page2 696 KB  (712,733 bytes)
page3 686 KB  (703,428 bytes)
page4 1.97 MB (2,070,134 bytes)


The only resonable explanation we have so far is that for some reason, Cicada 3301 used -p 100 parameter while outguessing images. Even jhead estimates 75% for 1-3 and 100% for jpg4. Imagemagick also guesses 100% for page 4. And in gif you can see that jpg quallity looks very high.

Why cicada suddenly decided to change -p setting? We dont know, but we have been playing with that just one day before: Outguess detection visual analysis.

Runes cipher

This time the runes had no cipher on them at all.
Testout
No substitution or shifted atbash as on previous pages.

[01:13] <nazgul> NiceLurk, just translate runes --> english letters via gematria, no cipher involved

So to translate them, you need to simply use the Gematria primus table to convert to latin letters. The result will be plain english text.

Onion 6 Runes translation

Another version

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Translation of runes
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The runepages are not encrypted. Translation is straightforward.

[page 1, onion6.image00.jpg]

THE LOSS OF DIVINITY: THE CIRCU
MFERENCE PRACTICES THRE
E BEHAVIORS WHICH CAUSE TH
E LOSS OF DIVINITY.

CONSUMPTION: WE CONSUME TOO
MUCH BECAUSE WE BELEIVE THE
FOLLWING TWO ERRORS WITHIN THE DEC
EPTION.

    1 WE DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH
    OR THERE IS NOT ENOUGH

[page 2, onion6.image01.jpg]

    2 WE HAVE WHAT WE HAVE N
    OW BY LUCK, AND WE WILL NOT
    BE STRONG ENOUGH LATER T
    O OBTAIN WHAT WE NEED.

MOST THINGS ARE NOT WORTH CONSUM
ING:

PRESERVATION: WE PRESERVE
THINGS BECAUSE WE BELIEVE WE AR
E WEAK. IF WE LOSE THEM WE WILL NO
T BE STRONG ENOUGH TO GAIN THEM

AGAIN. THIS IS THE DECEPTION.

[page 3, onion6.image02.jpg]

MOST THINGS ARE NOT WORTH PRESERV
ING:

ADHERENCE: WE FOLLOW DOGMA
SO THAT WE CAN BELONG AND BE RIGH
T. OR WE FOLLOW REASON SO WE CAN
BELONG AND BE RIGHT.

THERE IS NOTHING TO BE RIGHT ABOUT.
TO BELONG IS DEATH.

IT IS THE BEHAVIORS OF CONSUMPT
ION, PRESERVATION, AND ADHEREN

[page 4, onion6.image03.jpg]

CE THAT HAVE US LOSE OUR PRIMAL
ITY AND THUS OUR DIVINITY:


SOME WISDOM: AMASS GREAT W
EALTH. NEVER BECOME ATTA
CHED TO WHAT YOU OWN. BE
PREPARED TO DESTROY ALL THAT
YOU OWN:

AN INSTRUCTION: PROGRAM YOU
R MIND. PROGRAM REALITY

Onion 6 Rune Counts

As usual, the cicada text adds up to prime numbers using the Gematria Primus

Some Wisdom

  • Amass great wealth = 733
  • Never become attached to what you own. = 1399
  • Be prepared to destroy all that you own = 1583

An Instruction

  • Program your mind = 601
  • Program reality = 643

Onion 6 Outguesses of Jpgs

Collapsed all 4 outguessed messages from onion 6 jpgs.

Pg1.jpg:

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1


Create one Tor hidden service that can accept CGI file uploads.

When this hidden service returns and can accept input, post the
three magic squares and the URL to your Tor hidden service here.

Work alone.


3333333333333333
310    12    103
3              3
312    14    123
3              3
310    12    103
3333333333333333


Good luck.

3301


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Pg2.jpg:

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1


Create one Tor hidden service that can accept CGI file uploads.

When this hidden service returns and can accept input, post the
three magic squares and the URL to your Tor hidden service here.

Work alone.


3333333333333333
310    12    103
3              3
312    14    123
3              3
310    12    103
3333333333333333


Good luck.

3301


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Pg3.jpg

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Hash: SHA1


Create one Tor hidden service that can accept CGI file uploads.

When this hidden service returns and can accept input, post the
three magic squares and the URL to your Tor hidden service here.

Work alone.


0000000000000000
010    12    100
0              0
012    14    120
0              0
010    12    100
0000000000000000


Good luck.

3301


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Pg4.jpg

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1


Create one Tor hidden service that can accept CGI file uploads.

When this hidden service returns and can accept input, post the
three magic squares and the URL to your Tor hidden service here.

Work alone.


1111111111111111
110    12    101
1              1
112    14    121
1              1
110    12    101
1111111111111111


Good luck.

3301


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Onion 6 PGP signatures of outguessed messages

All signatures are legit:

  • pg1.jpg 19.1.2014 8:39 Key: Cicada 3301(845145127) ID:0x7A35090F
  • pg2.jpg 19.1.2014 8:39 Key: Cicada 3301(845145127) ID:0x7A35090F
  • pg3.jpg 19.1.2014 8:39 Key: Cicada 3301(845145127) ID:0x7A35090F
  • pg4.jpg 19.1.2014 8:39 Key: Cicada 3301(845145127) ID:0x7A35090F

Non Magic squares in 4 outguesses from onion 6

onion 6.1
3333333333333333
310    12    103
3              3
312    14    123
3              3
310    12    103
3333333333333333

onion 6.2
3333333333333333
310    12    103
3              3
312    14    123
3              3
310    12    103
3333333333333333

onion 6.3
0000000000000000
010    12    100
0              0
012    14    120
0              0
010    12    100
0000000000000000

onion 6.4
1111111111111111
110    12    101
1              1
112    14    121
1              1
110    12    101
1111111111111111

makes in the correct order: 3,3,0,1

List of all 3301 2014 onion adresses.

Onion-face

"there is a face on onion" joke from 2012

List of old onions:

onion 1 Apache Server at auqgnxjtvdbll3pv.onion Port 5240
onion 2 Apache Server at cu343l33nqaekrnw.onion Port 5241
onion 3 Apache Server at fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.onion Port 5242
onion 4 Apache Server at avowyfgl5lkzfj3n.onion Port 5243
onion 5 ---> http://q4utgdi2n4m4uim5.onion
oinon 6 ---> http://ut3qtzbrvs7dtvzp.onion







Instructions and hints how to set your own TOR hidden service and CGI file uploads ---> ''here









↓ ↓ ↓ ↓↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓↓ ↓ ↓ ↓↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓

OK BOYS AND GIRLS Looks like in night from 30. Jan to 31 Jan alot of things happen, I also misssed it all, so be patient with wikia.

Also it looks we are in individual part of Cicada 3301 puzzle now

WE WILL BE ON PAGE 8 FROM NOW ON





Motivational

Dont give up guys:

[12:45] <iII> soul gave up entirely
[12:45] <iII> said it was too much time for no pay off
[12:46] <iII> brotherbox quit tonight too
[12:46] <NiceLurk> lel
[12:46] <NiceLurk> our elite squad is abandning the ship
[13:53] <Ymgve> another "make your own service" task?
[13:54] <Ymgve> fuck you cicada
[13:54] <Ymgve> *goes back to playing might and magic x*
Not-sure-if-abandoned-ship-or-tripped-and-fell-into-lifeboat-thumb




↑ ↑ ↑The happening (FACTUAL PART OF WIKIA 2014 PAGE 6) above this line ↑ ↑ ↑

↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ The happening (BRAINSTORMING and OPEN LEADS) bellow this line ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓





Collapsed infodumps, logs... most data from it is already in articles above
 

More important thngs that need to be documented:

Best info should be here:

http://titanpad.com/5szzye0A9V

http://titanpad.com/2IDiePVoFH

new pad http://titanpad.com/5szzye0A9V

GEB Book code http://titanpad.com/u0mA5qiwcd


[12:12] <homevillageness> NiceLurk nothing of the last progress is on wiki, caught me ofgaurd aswell
[12:12] <akame> NiceLurk: http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2014/7/

SheCalledMePaul: jpg -> outguess -> book code + clues to the book, book was GEB by Douglas Hofstedaredare -> a new onion -> Instructions for next step, to be completed alone

[14:44] <ext> JustVisiting: [07:15:53] < ext> onion5 -> jpeg -> outguess -> bzip2 -> signed text -> 2 images, 1 mp3  

[17:48] <NiceLurk> [14:44] <ext> JustVisiting: [07:15:53] < ext> onion5 -> jpeg -> outguess -> bzip2 -> signed text -> 2 images, 1 mp3                                                                       @counterha~
[17:48] <NiceLurk> ext are you hhere?
[17:48] <Forester155> i'd be incomplete sylux
[17:48] <ext> NiceLurk: yes?
[17:48] <NiceLurk> cool
[17:48] <NiceLurk> what this that i posted
[17:48] <NiceLurk> onion5 -> jpeg -> outguess -> bzip2 -> signed text -> 2 images, 1 mp3                                                                     
[17:48] <Forester155> order of events?
[17:49] <mourn> that was the GEB book cipher
[17:49] <ext> onion5 went online this morning with this content: http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2014/7/q4utgdi2n4m4uim5_77
[17:49] <mourn> that lead to onion 6
[17:49] <NiceLurk> onion 5 -> portrait -> outguess -> bzip?  you meant gzip?  -> ......  and why is mp3 on the end?
[17:49] <mourn> bzip2
[17:49] <NiceLurk> ext: yeah but is there new mp3?
[17:49] <ext> no, bzip2
[17:49] <Forester155> wait...
[17:49] <mourn> mp3 is sonata in G major from bach
[17:49] <Forester155> did the onion 5 portriat have any outguess info?
[17:49] <mourn> last clue for the book
[17:49] <NiceLurk> ok
[17:49] <ext> NiceLurk: yes, a new mp3 with music
[17:50] <NiceLurk> i am way behind
[17:50] <NiceLurk> i am still on rasputin oprtrait :-P
[17:50] <mourn> 1 image was Bew(y) = exists x (goedel)
[17:50] <mourn> second was eye for escher
[17:50] <IAmNotCicada3301> http://5plune7qfnklor46.onion/
[17:50] <Forester155> wait 

[17:49] <mourn> mp3 is sonata in G major from bach
[17:49] <Forester155> did the onion 5 portriat have any outguess info?
[17:49] <mourn> last clue for the book
[17:49] <NiceLurk> ok
[17:49] <ext> NiceLurk: yes, a new mp3 with music
[17:50] <NiceLurk> i am way behind
[17:50] <NiceLurk> i am still on rasputin oprtrait :-P
[17:50] <mourn> 1 image was Bew(y) = exists x (goedel)
[17:50] <mourn> second was eye for escher
[17:55] <NiceLurk> mourn whats :  Bew(y) = exists x (goedel) 
[17:55] <NiceLurk> O.o
[17:54] <ext> NiceLurk: anyway, the signed text from bzip2 also contained a bookcipher which lead to onion 6 
[17:55] <ext> NiceLurk: http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2014/7/a.jpg <-- one of the images from bzip2                                                                       

ONION 6

nazgul: http://pastebin.com/aAL31YCc

Collapsed Story of onion 6
===============================================================================
ONION 6
===============================================================================

onion 6 is: http://ut3qtzbrvs7dtvzp.onion/

One large unsigned hexdump with html comment , saved as onion6.html
Hexdump extracted as onion6.hex
xxd -r -p onion6.hex onion6.bin

The first bytes of the hexdump are the 'ffd8' JPG header.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scanning for jpegs
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

../scripts/DetectJPG_v2.py -i onion6.bin 

--------------------------------------------------------
DETECT_JPG: SEARCHING FOR JPGS IN BINARY DATA
--------------------------------------------------------

Read onion6.bin with 4240957 bytes

 --- scanning data ---

Detected jpg. Begin: 0 End 754662
Saving as onion6.image00.jpg
Detected jpg. Begin: 754662 End 1467395
Saving as onion6.image01.jpg
Detected jpg. Begin: 1467395 End 2170823
Saving as onion6.image02.jpg
Detected jpg. Begin: 2170823 End 4240957
Saving as onion6.image03.jpg

 --- reversing byte order ---

 --- scanning data ---


 --- looking for bytes not used in jpegs ---


 --- Done ---


All four jpgs are readable and show more runepages.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
OutGuess
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Running outguess on all four images:

outguess -r onion6.image00.jpg onion6.outguess00.dat
outguess -r onion6.image01.jpg onion6.outguess01.dat
outguess -r onion6.image02.jpg onion6.outguess02.dat
outguess -r onion6.image03.jpg onion6.outguess03.dat

file onion6.outguess00.dat --> onion6.outguess00.dat: ASCII English text
file onion6.outguess01.dat --> onion6.outguess01.dat: ASCII English text
file onion6.outguess02.dat --> onion6.outguess02.dat: ASCII English text
file onion6.outguess03.dat --> onion6.outguess03.dat: ASCII English text

All outguesses are GPG signed. Checking the signatures:

gpg --verify onion6.outguess00.dat 
gpg: Signature made Sun 19 Jan 2014 08:39:32 AM CET using RSA key ID 7A35090F
gpg: Good signature from "Cicada 3301 (845145127)"

gpg --verify onion6.outguess01.dat 
gpg: Signature made Sun 19 Jan 2014 08:39:42 AM CET using RSA key ID 7A35090F
gpg: Good signature from "Cicada 3301 (845145127)"

gpg --verify onion6.outguess02.dat 
gpg: Signature made Sun 19 Jan 2014 08:39:50 AM CET using RSA key ID 7A35090F
gpg: Good signature from "Cicada 3301 (845145127)"

gpg --verify onion6.outguess03.dat 
gpg: Signature made Sun 19 Jan 2014 08:39:57 AM CET using RSA key ID 7A35090F
gpg: Good signature from "Cicada 3301 (845145127)"

All four messages are basically identical and say:

Create one Tor hidden service that can accept CGI file uploads.

When this hidden service returns and can accept input, post the 
three magic squares and the URL to your Tor hidden service here.

Work alone.


1111111111111111
110    12    101
1              1
112    14    121
1              1
110    12    101
1111111111111111


Good luck.

3301

There is a difference between the outguesses: The digits used as frame for the
square change. Cicada used '3' in onion6.outguess00.dat and 
onion6.outguess01.dat, '0' in onion6.outguess02.dat and '1' in 
onion6.outguess03.dat. The digits spell out 3301.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Translation of runes
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The runepages are not encrypted. Translation is straightforward.

[page 1, onion6.image00.jpg]

THE LOSS OF DIVINITY: THE CIRCU
MFERENCE PRACTICES THRE
E BEHAVIORS WHICH CAUSE TH
E LOSS OF DIVINITY.

CONSUMPTION: WE CONSUME TOO
MUCH BECAUSE WE BELEIVE THE
FOLLWING TWO ERRORS WITHIN THE DEC
EPTION.

    1 WE DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH
    OR THERE IS NOT ENOUGH

[page 2, onion6.image01.jpg]

    2 WE HAVE WHAT WE HAVE N
    OW BY LUCK, AND WE WILL NOT
    BE STRONG ENOUGH LATER T
    O OBTAIN WHAT WE NEED.

MOST THINGS ARE NOT WORTH CONSUM
ING:

PRESERVATION: WE PRESERVE
THINGS BECAUSE WE BELIEVE WE AR
E WEAK. IF WE LOSE THEM WE WILL NO
T BE STRONG ENOUGH TO GAIN THEM
AGAIN. THIS IS THE DECEPTION.

[page 3, onion6.image02.jpg]

MOST THINGS ARE NOT WORTH PRESERV
ING:

ADHERENCE: WE FOLLOW DOGMA
SO THAT WE CAN BELONG AND BE RIGH
T. OR WE FOLLOW REASON SO WE CAN
BELONG AND BE RIGHT.

THERE IS NOTHING TO BE RIGHT ABOUT.
TO BELONG IS DEATH.

IT IS THE BEHAVIORS OF CONSUMPT
ION, PRESERVATION, AND ADHEREN

[page 4, onion6.image03.jpg]

CE THAT HAVE US LOSE OUR PRIMAL
ITY AND THUS OUR DIVINITY:

SOME WISDOM: AMASS GREAT W
EALTH. NEVER BECOME ATTA
CHED TO WHAT YOU OWN. BE
PREPARED TO DESTROY ALL THAT
YOU OWN:

AN INSTRUCTION: PROGRAM YOU
R MIND. PROGRAM REALITY

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List of uploaded data from onion 6
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

https://infotomb.com/4lurl      --> onion 6 hexdump with  comment

_______________________________________________________________________________

Titanpads dump:

Titanpad 1:

onion 6 w

http://ut3qtzbrvs7dtvzp.onion/

new pad http://titanpad.com/5szzye0A9V

HOT !!!!

GEB Book code http://titanpad.com/u0mA5qiwcd

NEWEST:

[05:18am] Entropy[5]: Onion http://q4utgdi2n4m4uim5.onion/ is up!

[05:18am]


brotherBox: There is an outguess in that message

[05:27am] brotherBox: Or rather image
[05:27am] brotherBox: Its signed by cicada, infotombing outguess
[05:27am] ext: img.outguess: bzip2 compressed data, block size = 900k
[05:27am] parardhes: who's the one behind, rasputin ? :)
[05:28am] brotherBox: https://infotomb.com/mq0c1.txt
[05:28am] brotherBox: ext, I extracted and outguessed it.
[05:28am] parardhes: is an image
[05:28am] brotherBox: Its a few hexdumps which look like jpgs and possibly a book cipher.
[05:30am] numinit: Yers, 2 JPGs
[05:30am] numinit: http://d.pr/xnfY/w6O61YS6
[05:30am] numinit: http://d.pr/mda3/20vFQryu
[05:32am] parardhes: Bew(y) = 3x ?
[05:32am]

ext: Comment      : Created with GIMP

[05:36am] brotherBox: hue
[05:36am] wut joined the chat room.
[05:37am] silence_: ahhhh!
[05:37am] wut is now known as Guest55356.
[05:38am] ext: Comment      : LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01
[05:38am]



[05:40am] brotherBox: Link to jpg
[05:40am] brotherBox: Thats the file
[05:40am] onecool: ok
[05:40am] onecool: the song is
[05:41am] onecool: Bach: Trio Sonata in G Major, BWV 1039: I. Adagio
[05:41am] brotherBox: The infotomb is itdentical to the original one, just to have that off the list.


pcman3301: Yes Trio Sonata #2.  Book will be GEB (by DH).  I don't have my copy to hand.

[05:46am]


onecool: and the equation image

[05:46am] PersonalKilljoy: i got single bzip2 archive
[05:46am] brotherBox: ^
[05:46am] ext: silence_: it is bzip compressed
[05:46am] PersonalKilljoy: which is damaged........
[05:46am] onecool: looks like it is referring to the fisher equation
[05:46am] brotherBox: PersonalKilljoy, its not
[05:46am] onecool: http://www.econ.ucsd.edu/~yisun/fisher.pdf
[05:46am] onecool: "the paper introduces a bivariate exact Whittle (BEW)
[05:46am] onecool: estimator that explicitly allows for the presence of short memory noise in the data"
[05:47am] brotherBox: A pdf and a book cipher? Oh my!
[05:47am] parardhes: wait I have that book
[05:47am] silence_: ah got it now :)
[05:48am] silence_: and looks like we have a new onion to find
[05:48am] parardhes: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/40373160/GEB.pdf
[05:49am] CarlosPL joined the chat room.
[05:49am] ext: gah, I really have to leave, hope you guys will figure it out!
[05:51am] silence_: xx3xxxxxxx7xxxxx.onion
[05:51am] silence_: :)
[05:52am] pcman3301: Bew means provable.  Equation is Goedel incompleteness theorem, hence why the book is GEB
[05:53am] pcman3301: "Bew(y) = ∃ x ( y is the Gödel number of a formula and x is the Gödel number of a proof of the formula encoded by y)."
[05:53am] onecool: ah
[05:54am] silence_: we just got a ton of more clues to add to the pile of unsolved ones :/
[05:55am] PersonalKilljoy: just when i have exams... perfect
[05:55am]

http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2004_onion5_2/7/img_diff2.jpg

parardhes: http://q4utgdi2n4m4uim5.onion/ (Francisco Goya - Dr. Pearl) -> outguess https://infotomb.com/mq0c1.txt : 1 img http://d.pr/xnfY/w6O61YS6 (Godel "provability"); 2 img http://d.pr/mda3/20vFQryu (Escher) ; 3 vid http://d.pr/IY7A/3deLLQMI (Bach)

[06:10am] Anoniem4l joined the chat room.
[06:10am] brotherBox: zoanthall, bots that notified us if any of the onions come back up
[06:10am]
ext: onion5 -> jpeg -> outguess -> bzip2 -> signed text -> 2 images, 1 mp3
[06:15am]
t
parardhes: the book seems to be GEB by Douglas Hofstadter, but 13:10:1 dont work, we have to find out AMO:13:10:1

[06:19am] ext: http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2004_onion5_2/7/
[06:20am] iII: Lurker, good call last year on this coming around to hofstadter
[06:20am]


onecool: the letters in the outguess correspond to parables
[06:25am]
http://titanpad.com/u0mA5qiwcd



i got the canon names correctly

[06:26am] onecool: but i found that CFAF:5:23:6                Chromatic Fantasy, And Feud 177
[06:26am] scelsi: is re:  godel escher bach there's a book by douglas hofstader of that name
[06:26am] scelsi: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%B6del,_Escher,_Bach
[06:26am] onecool: it's not line/word/character for that one i dont think
[06:27am] scelsi: all about strange loops
[06:27am] scelsi: and algorithms
[06:27am] ss23: GEB has to be the most fucking horrible book they could've picked for this
[06:27am]
onecool: the three objects refer to godel(bmw), escher(the eye) and bach(the song)
[06:31am]


<zoanthall> (working from bottom)
<aquinas> did we already get 3pi = u
<parardhes> mizz: CC:8:6:1 would be B
<mizz> how?
<zoanthall> latter part 7dtvzp.onion
<akame> guys you got a titanpad for what you got?
<mizz> http://titanpad.com/u0mA5qiwcd
* ni291187 (~u931732@2602:301:77c2:d510:2920:c12f:3268:6eb8) has joined #cicadasolvers
<aquinas> i assume LML = little harmonic labyrinth, if so LML = T
<parardhes> last tortoise, 6th word: But ?

<pcman3301> got it http://ut3qtzbrvs7dtvzp.onion/
<pcman3301> starts 
<pcman3301> ffd8ffe000104a46494600010100000100010000ffdb0043000806060706
<pcman3301> 05080707070909080a0c140d0c0b0b0c1912130f141d1a1f1e1d1a1c1c20
<mizz> f yeah!

========past here not from tonight========


earlier hints on onion 5 ...
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Things is cut away bellow this point were from 29.1.2014 in Titanpad and can be found on:

http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/CICADA_3301_2014_PUZZLE_FACTS_PART_6#More_detailed_analysis_of_Interconnectedness_mp3_and_onion_4
and on
http://titanpad.com/2IDiePVoFH
~Lurker
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Titanpad 2:

onion 6t


onion 6 w

http://ut3qtzbrvs7dtvzp.onion/

new pad http://titanpad.com/5szzye0A9V


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https://infotomb.com/4lurl

 
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wc o5.hex

  133149  133149 8122075 o6.hex

 
http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2014/8/

 
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Create one Tor hidden service that can accept CGI file uploads.

When this hidden service returns and can accept input, post the
three magic squares and the URL to your Tor hidden service here.

Work alone.

 
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310    12    103
3              3
312    14    123
3              3
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Good luck.

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Lurkers Log Dumps:

from #cicadasolvers

[12:18] <NiceLurk> squares are in 256, just saying
[12:18] <NiceLurk> and guy on 4can was not just troll
[12:18] <SheCalledMePaul> this year sucks, i wasnt even around for last year, but reading about it was better than this year =p
[12:18] <iII> which one lurk?
[12:18] <ss23> I'm really disapointed there were no physical locations this year
[12:18] <ss23> :(
[12:18] <NiceLurk> also he was not cicada, just guy who saw glimpse of solution before we did

my PM with iII

[08:41] <iII> are you going to try it this time?
[12:19] <NiceLurk> not sure, much other things to work on
[12:19] <NiceLurk> borken, he said that on /x/ he tried to tell us *again* that 256 can be squares
[12:19] <iII> he said the same here (in #cicadasolvers on 31th Jan), that it was the 256's
[12:19] <iII> but, he never made it work
[12:19] <iII> he talked about it weeks ago
[12:19] <NiceLurk> i havent read the titanpads yet
[12:19] <NiceLurk> so i dont know what going on
[12:23] <NiceLurk> funny thing is that massos detective noce actually  worked 100%, /x/ trol wass borken
[12:23] <NiceLurk> >mfw masso can dox you if you only post troll post on /x/
[12:25] <iII> but he contradicts himself, he says look for three squares in mp3
[12:25] <iII> and says they're the 256's
[12:26] <NiceLurk> yeah typical borken
[12:26] <NiceLurk> i think they are not in mp3
[12:27] <NiceLurk> sage never tells you the easy answer, he tries to show you the way
[12:27] <NiceLurk> like that teacher in koan
[12:27] <NiceLurk> and as i understood him, squares in mp3 are distraction
[12:27] <NiceLurk> and there are some squares in 256... but i dont know, until now i though 256 look completely random
[12:28] <NiceLurk> i need to read titanpads to make bigger picture
[12:28] <iII> they're the right length to be squares
[12:28] <iII> but I imagine xor'd with something
[12:28] <iII> but, we've xord so many thigns
[12:28] <iII> lol
[12:28] <NiceLurk> also i have no clue where and how sage spotted squares in 256s, iirc he said that with /x/ troll he wanted to point squares to us *again*
[12:29] <NiceLurk> i dont recall him talking about them before
[12:29] <iII> it was in #hackers (if you are redaing that and dont know about channel #haackers look at spiers log page :-) )
[12:29] <NiceLurk> i missed that then
[12:29] <iII> he showed up having not really followed it, said hey, they can be the right length for squares
[12:29] <iII> then an hour later said he couldn't get them to make any sense
[12:29] <iII> nothing since
[12:29] <NiceLurk> uh well, i hate when this is happening,  dont have time for this
[12:30] <iII> it should be a dead period now though
[12:30] <iII> remember how long the server section went on last year?
[12:30] <NiceLurk> i like when cicada is slow, so there is plenty of time to edit wiki and investigate other stuff, i just started to enjoy disecting outguess
[12:30] <iII> now that it's at the end of the public stuff, you may as well let the wiki sit for a bit
[12:31] <iII> there won't be new info, so it can wait, no?
[12:31] <NiceLurk> "When this hidden service returns and can accept input, post the
[12:31] <NiceLurk> three magic squares and the URL to your Tor hidden service here."
[12:31] <NiceLurk> thats onion 6 right?
[12:31] <iII> that's the outguess of the last set of jpgs we got
[12:31] <iII> a jpg that split in to 4
[12:32] <NiceLurk> and no date, just when it returns, you have to catch those 15 minute time window?
[12:32] <iII> all the outguess is almost identical
[12:32] <iII> haha
[12:32] <iII> yep, no warning
[12:32] <NiceLurk> and now i have to install ubunto on one of my computers... :-(
[12:32] <NiceLurk> i dont know if i will be bale to install apache on my chakra linux box
[12:33] <iII> I don't know, I did it without apache
[12:33] <NiceLurk> i spend 3 hours the other day just to install firefox in that freakin thing
[12:33] <iII> I just have a python script sending to port
[12:33] <NiceLurk> python? :-)
[12:33] <NiceLurk> can i do that in windows?
[12:33] <iII> I think so, yeah
[12:33] <iII> almost certainly
[12:33] <iII> look up python cgi, I found tonnes on it
[12:34] -*- NiceLurk can set up insecure onion only ba finding reterded step by step instructions :-/
[12:34] <iII> thankfully, those exist
[12:35] <NiceLurk> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7929848/how-to-run-python-cgi-script
[12:35] <NiceLurk> yeah those exist but mainyl for ubuntu
[12:35] <NiceLurk> and i am not gonna bother with that atm
[12:36] <NiceLurk> although i should have some old box with ubunto installed.. i just need to patch it back with ram ships and graphics card... which will cause drvier problems :-(
[12:37] <NiceLurk> anyways some other day, i have some other shit to do today and tomorrow, ill just copypaste titanpads in wiki, so people will stop PMing me
[12:38] <iII> haha
[12:38] <iII> yeah
[12:41] <NiceLurk> hey
[12:41] <NiceLurk> http://anonmgur.com/up/a73af83c0ade8814cfba0fa3085bb197.png
[12:41] <NiceLurk> this picvture
[12:41] <NiceLurk> picture
[12:42] <NiceLurk> that face in upper right corner
[12:42] <iII> yeah
[12:42] <iII> people say it's rasputin
[12:42] <iII> it's another step we mostly skipped over
[12:42] <iII> the outguess from it just handed us stuff again
[12:42] <NiceLurk> isnt that that rusisan author who was kind of rusisan version of cassanova
[12:43] <NiceLurk> rasputin yes
[12:43] <NiceLurk> Rasputin jpg
[12:43] <iII> also, if you change the levels on that picture, if I recall, there's a cicada and a bunch of numbers in it
[12:43] <NiceLurk> nice, so more funtime in PS
[12:44] <iII> yep
[12:44] <NiceLurk> ill just skip fucking onion server, not my department anyways
[12:44] <iII> but, once again I don't know that it means anything
[12:44] <NiceLurk> enough other stuff that interest me more
[12:44] <iII> the onion server's w/e it's the squares that are going to fuck people this year
[12:45] <NiceLurk> seting up servers is just not my thing, time i spend chasing for some lame bug, that takes me 3 hours to solve (and it is usally some space begore %) just isnt worth it
[12:45] <iII> there's been a lot of that this year
[12:45] <NiceLurk> so you have to gnerate 3 magic ssquares or what?
[12:45] <iII> soul gave up entirely
[12:45] <iII> said it was too much time for no pay off
[12:46] <iII> brotherbox quit tonight too
[12:46] <NiceLurk> lel
[12:46] <NiceLurk> our elite squad i s leaving the borad
[12:46] <iII> post the
[12:46] <iII> three magic squares and the URL to your Tor hidden service here.
[12:46] <iII> Work alone.
[12:46] <iII> 1111111111111111
[12:46] <iII> 110    12    101
[12:46] <iII> 1              1
[12:46] <iII> 112    14    121
[12:46] <iII> 1              1
[12:46] <iII> 110    12    101
[12:46] <iII> 1111111111111111
[12:46] <NiceLurk> beautiful
[12:47] <iII> each of the outguesses has that square
[12:47] <iII> but ringed in a different thing
[12:47] <NiceLurk> eash different?
[12:47] <iII> 2 3's, a 0 and a 1
[12:47] <iII> but the numbers inside them are all the same
[12:47] <NiceLurk> and those numbers dont make magic square at all
[12:47] <iII> 3333333333333333
[12:47] <iII> 310    12    103
[12:47] <iII> 3              3
[12:47] <iII> 312    14    123
[12:47] <iII> 3              3
[12:47] <iII> 310    12    103
[12:47] <iII> 3333333333333333
[12:48] <NiceLurk> btw, whn did soul said he is giving up? recently, ppl were asking about him yesterday
[12:48] <iII> that's the thing, cicada's never given us a magic square
[12:48] <iII> a magic square is supposed to start at 1 and go up one per entry
[12:48] <iII> and add up to something
[12:48] <iII> no repititions
[12:48] <iII> I talked to soul 3 days ago
[12:49] <iII> at that poing though, he'd been off for almost a week, just on once in a while to talk
[12:49] <NiceLurk> ah ok , you have email from him?
[12:49] <iII> no trying to solve
[12:49] <iII> I think somewhere, but I've only used here to talk to him
[12:49] <iII> haven't needed to email
[12:49] <iII> he pm's me
[12:50] <NiceLurk> i would like us to make some email list or something, there are some amazing ppl here, you never know whan their expertise might come handy in life
[12:50] <NiceLurk> i always regret when people dissapear from IRc and oyu have no way to contact them, and you facing problem thatt hey can solve in 2 seconds
[12:51] <iII> I know that feeling
[12:51] <NiceLurk> anway, ill juts make new page for wiki
[12:51] <NiceLurk> page 7
[12:51] <NiceLurk> this ooks like it wil be whole new chapter
[12:51] <iII> that sort of thing is why I still idle in ******* :P
[12:51] <NiceLurk> yeah
[12:51] <iII> did I tell you I got c2's number a couple weeks ago?
[12:52] <NiceLurk> no
[12:52] <NiceLurk> also i have work in OTP
[12:52] <NiceLurk> we have new drop there
[12:52] <NiceLurk> http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1029128#1029128
[12:52] <iII> that timing
[12:52] <NiceLurk> NORFOLK VIRGINIA
[12:52] <iII> aren't marcus and bakpak virginia?
[12:52] <NiceLurk> isnt marcus from virgina?
[12:52] <iII> yeah
[12:52] <iII> lol
[12:53] <iII> I bet he'd get it

my PM with Pararthes

[12:18] <parardhes> you can follow with this : http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2004_onion5_2/7/ http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2004_onion5_2/8/
[12:20] <parardhes> this is o6 http://anonmgur.com/up/287cf5dd1da845292b36584dacbe5ee4.png
[12:25] <parardhes> and o5 if you need it for wiki http://anonmgur.com/up/a73af83c0ade8814cfba0fa3085bb197.png
[12:37] <NiceLurk> thx
[12:38] <parardhes> np
[12:38] <NiceLurk> can i post this links directly to wiki?
[12:39] <NiceLurk> since i dont have time atm to read all titanpads and check all the files and instructions
[12:39] <NiceLurk> i will just dump wht i have to wiki, to stop people PMing me asking "what hapened"
[12:39] <parardhes> I dont remember who made them. I'll try to find out
[12:40] <NiceLurk> and i also dont have fucking clue i just came back to computer
[12:43] <parardhes> I think it was ext
[12:49] <parardhes> yes ext posted it
[12:55] <parardhes> it's a little long. o5 came up at 6:18 with a painting from goya (Francisco Goya - Dr. Pearl), outguess had 2 images (Godel - equation of provability, Escher the eye), a mp3 (Bach - Trio Sonata in G Major) and numbers to use with the book (GEB by Douglas Hofstadter)
[12:57] <NiceLurk> And Rasputin :-)
[12:57] <NiceLurk> Ill make new wikia page page 7 for this shit
[12:57] <parardhes> CFAF:5:23:6 ment chapter Chromatic Fantasy, And Feud, 5th line of dialogue, 23d word ..
[12:57] <NiceLurk> and jsut dump in the info for now
[12:58] <NiceLurk> i dont have time for this shit right now
[12:58] <parardhes> yes rasputin in the background and numbers 181 7 15 16 456 351 7 ; 966 1071 626 204 434
[12:59] <parardhes> numbers adds up to 1033 and 3301
[12:59] <NiceLurk> cool
[12:59] <NiceLurk> those numbers.... fuck them
[13:00] <NiceLurk>  we have whole series of numberstation like messages oat otp22 to solve also
[13:00] <NiceLurk> http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1028396#1028396 this think
[13:00] <parardhes> the code translated to http://ut3qtzbrvs7dtvzp.onion/ which had a huge hex
[13:02] <parardhes> the hex had 4 runes inside and outguess gave the pgp signed message

More logs from #solvers about how the hell 4chan knew about squares and portrait one day before that was postedon onion 5 and onion 6

[14:40] <Forester155_> I'll try to participate in this one. Should be exciting. :D
[14:40] <NiceLurk> i am still trying to get page 7 on wikia in order
[14:41] <NiceLurk> help apreciated since i dont have mch time today
[14:41] <JustVisiting> NiceLurk! Shouldn't you be coding instead? :)
[14:41] <NiceLurk> i am not coder
[14:41] <NiceLurk> we are hivemind
[14:41] <JustVisiting> It doesn't matter, they want people who work alone.
[14:42] <JustVisiting> http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2014/8/ - what are pages 1-4 from here? THe ones from O5, or new ones?
[14:42] <NiceLurk> me coding is waste of time,  things i would need 2 weeks some guys cando in 20 minutes
[14:42] <tim0k> so there is page 7 now
[14:42] <NiceLurk> i would leanr alsot, but i think my time is more valuable tryingto get more people up to date
[14:42] <JustVisiting> So no Cicada for me and you then, since neither of us codes?
[14:42] <tim0k> damn.. i wish cicada would be based in europe
[14:42] <tim0k> at least the timezones
[14:43] <Forester155_> I want to take a shot at this Tor bit, but I don't know if It's worth it. I'm at a university where there alot of smart people who could help me, but I don't know if I want to, it'd feel like cheating.
[14:43] <JustVisiting> tim0k, what page 7? I'm talking about pages 1-4 and confused about them and you overconfuse me with page 7???
[14:43] <NiceLurk> JustVisiting: they wanted ppl who work alone very year, but nobody reached final stage alone
[14:43] <Beato> idd tim0k
[14:43] <nbka> tim0k: I can really relate. You sleep 6 hours and you wake up to a shitload of information
[14:43] <tim0k> part7 http://uncovering-cicada.wikia.com/wiki/CICADA_3301_2014_PUZZLE_FACTS_PART_7
[14:43] <JustVisiting> 00:00UTC is a good time zone.
[14:43] <tim0k> it ain't my timezone JustVisiting
[14:43] <JustVisiting> Ah, part 7, not page 7. Or page 7 of wikia.
[14:43] <JustVisiting> Nor mine.
[14:43] <NiceLurk> all people who fifnished had some help from others, at debugging code, or hints about puzzle
[14:44] <JustVisiting> You`re UTC +1, huh tim0k?
[14:44] <ext> JustVisiting: [07:15:53] < ext> onion5 -> jpeg -> outguess -> bzip2 -> signed text -> 2 images, 1 mp3                                                                       @counterha~
[14:44] <NiceLurk> btw what should i be coding?
[14:44] <JustVisiting> THe server?
[14:44] <NiceLurk> did you figure out what squares cicada wants from us yet?
[14:44] <JustVisiting> Create one Tor hidden service that can accept CGI file uploads.
[14:44] <JustVisiting> When this hidden service returns and can accept input, post the
[14:44] <JustVisiting> three magic squares and the URL to your Tor hidden service here.
[14:44] <JustVisiting> Work alone.?
[14:44] <JustVisiting> No, i didn't. 4chan did apparently.
[14:44] <snooboo> hey NiceLurk
[14:44] <NiceLurk> no nned to code server until you have 3 sqares...
[14:44] <snooboo> i think you're awesome. keep up the great work
[14:44] <JustVisiting> tim0k, any idea what pages 1-4 are? http://dump.sidvind.com/cicada_2014/8/ from here?
[14:45] <NiceLurk> JustVisiting: 4chan talking about squares yesterday was borken
[14:45] <NiceLurk> he tried to remind us again that 256 might be squares
[14:45] <tim0k> JustVisiting: no idea, just saw them for the first time
[14:45] <NiceLurk> he mentioned it once two weeks ago but nobody took him srious
[14:45] <tim0k> no idea, yet
[14:45] <NiceLurk> and as it palyed out, looks like his hinch was correct
[14:46] <snooboo> they talked about the portrait and magic squares though? seems like they knew what was up
[14:46] <ext> JustVisiting: pg1-4 comes from onion 6, just the images concaternated
[14:46] <snooboo> like they were ahead
[14:46] <NiceLurk> but as far i know, he didnt solve it either
[14:46] --> otomanim (41621807@gateway/web/freenode/ip.65.98.24.7) has joined #cicadasolvers
[14:46] <JustVisiting> eXt, THANK YOU!!!! :)
[14:46] <snooboo> because then, portrait and squares
[14:46] -*- JustVisiting loves ext.
[14:46] <NiceLurk> yeah portrait...
[14:46] --> homevillageness (~homevilla@gateway/tor-sasl/homevillageness) has joined #cicadasolvers
[14:46] <snooboo> but srs, NiceLurk. you're awesome. wiki is awesome tahks to you.
[14:46] <NiceLurk> i dont know about that, looks like somebody was indeed ahead of us
[14:47] <snooboo> they even laughted at us about xoring the things
[14:47] <snooboo> :/
[14:47] <NiceLurk> but i sitll dont know how somebody was able to fing portarit before onion 5 was back up
[14:47] <Forester155_> I don't think it matters NiceLurk, once this next step occurs if nobody chooses to share whatever data they acquire than that's it.
[14:47] <snooboo> also, speaking french.
[14:47] <Forester155_> wat snooboo?
[14:47] <snooboo> « L’Épiphanie de MP3 » lol
[14:48] <NiceLurk> snooboo: yes they were speakign french
[14:48] <snooboo> https://boards.4chan.org/x/res/14099148

Artefacts on M. C. Escher  picture of Eye (of death)

[19:22] <NiceLurk> btw, why does this look like mpg compression?
[19:23] <NiceLurk> there are milions of better images of eschers eye online
[19:23] <NiceLurk> actually even if i try i cant find one so bad as this one
[19:24] <marcusw> NiceLurk: because mpg is motion jpg with is jpg except more trippy
[19:27] <masso> yeah, there is some kind of filter used in this pic. there are 
                actually more px than it seems. look how the single px blocks have 
                a transition in it
[19:27] <masso> http://prntscr.com/2oaaiv
[19:30] <NiceLurk> yup
[19:30] <NiceLurk> [19:25] <mdzhb> it appears to be mosaiced
[19:30] <NiceLurk> what is it is hint for squares
Eyezoom500t

zoomed in 500%

Eyestestexperiment







Looks like this mosaic like structure is just jpg compression at very very low values.

It seems that image was exrememlly compressed with jpg ot make is as small as possible.

Escher and Gödel conection in google.

EscherGedel

Eschel Goedel connection?

Q: What connection between Escher and Gödel? Or is this only Googles magic?

A: GEB Book casues them both to be searched at same time often. Thats why Google recommends one if you search for another.

1/1/15 By visitor: They both relate to self-reference.




New pages of the primus

We got a new onion (http://ut3qtzbrvs7dtvzp.onion/), from it we got a long string which was transformed into 4 new .jpeg pages which had runic messages which read as follows:

======page 1
the loss of diuinity: the circumference. prpractices. three behaviors. which. avse. the. loss.of divinity

<consumption>: we.consume.too.much. because.we.belive. the. following. two.errors. within.the.deception:

1 we. do. not. have. enough: or. there. is not. enough

======page 2

2 we.have.what.we.have.now.by.luck: and.we.will.not.be.strong.anough.later.to.obtain.what.we.need.

most. things.are.not.worth.consuming>

<preservation> we.preserve. things. because.we.believe. we. are.weak: if. we. lose. them. we. will.not.be.strong. enough.to.gain.them.again: this.is.the.deception.

=========page 3

most.things.are.not.worth.preserving:

<adherence> we.follow. dogma. so. that. we. can. belong. and.be.right: or.we. follow. reason. so .we. can. belong. and.be.right:

there is nothing to be right about: to belong is death>

it is the behaviors consumtion preservation: and adherence

=====page 4 : ..CE THAT HAVE US LOSE OUR PRIMALITY AND THUS OUR DIVINITY.  SOME WISDOM: AMASS GREAT WEALTH NEVER BECOME ATTACHED TO WHAT YOU OWN. BE PREPARED TO DESTROY ALL THAT YOU OWN.   AN INSTRUCTION: PROGRAM YOUR MIND. PROGRAM REALITY

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