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This is part 2 of main Cicada 3301 2014 wiki article. It is discontinued, readonly now. Please dont add new things anymore. Repairing mistakes and adding missing information is appreciated.




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ONION 2 CICADA 3301 2014  Short (256 bytes) growing string)

At the end of Part 1, linked to above, we had a single resource:

cu343l33nqaekrnw.onion
A7kfqA2

This site will be refererd to as onion 2 in wikia.


To open the url as it is, download the Tor Browser Bundle . If this is not an option to you, you can visit the pages through the .onion.to or the .tor2web.org pages. This does not require the Tor Browser Bundle, however, you give up some anonymity doing this.

As of 04:00 GMT 11.1.2014, http://cu343l33nqaekrnw.onion/ is not accesible anymore.

Upon visiting the address, the following document was displayed, the string it contained grew gradually:

<!--Patience is a virtue-->

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


Note the HTML comment that reads "Patience is a virtue". This soon became evident. We also noticed that every few minutes, another 2 characters, or 1 byte in hex representation, were appended to the end of that string.

This process continued for approximately 23 hours. The intervals between new bytes were found to be seemingly random multiples of five. A sample of the data collected:

Clock Time 00 20 25 35 50 05 15 20 45 00 15 20 40 45 05 10 15 30 40 15
Interval -- 20 05 10 15 15 10 05 25 15 15 05 20 05 20 05 05 15 10 35
Interval / 5 -- 04 01 02 03 03 02 01 05 03 03 01 04 01 04 01 01 03 02 07
Data added 26 e1 97 83 99 56 92 1d ab 29 72 4c d4 8e 1a 81 fc 9b ab 35




TIMESTAMPS FROM ONION 2 VER 1 GROWING STRING UPDATES BY BotSottile


Datasets were collected by various users. No guarantees of completeness:

http://pastebin.com/5bTLHqCN (Credit: Cripion101)

http://imgur.com/lTRRxTT

http://pastebin.com/qn8jmPJr (GMT +1)

http://i.imgur.com/prAeqPS.png

FULL  SHORT STRING  512 character or 256 BYTES LONG

After 23 hours, the process stopped and no more characters/bytes were appended to the string. The final string was:

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

The total amount of characters is 512. Separated into groups of 4, with 10 columns, the data becomes:

6342 92ba 49fe 336e dada 779a 3405 4a33 5c2e c12c 
8bba ed4b 92dc c05e fe98 f76a bffd c238 9bdb 9de2 
cf20 c009 acdc 1945 ab09 5a52 609a 5c21 9afd 5f3b
3edf 10fc b259 5066 6dfe 8d8c 433c d10c 0b4c 72ef
dfe1 2c62 70d5 cfde 291f 9cf0 d73c b121 1140 136e
4057 380c 963d 70c7 6948 d9cf 6775 960c f98f bafa
435c 4401 5c59 5983 7a0f 8d9f 46e0 94f2 7c57 97b7
f8ab 49bf 28fa 674d 2ad2 f726 e197 8399 5692 1dab
2972 4cd4 8e1a 81fc 9bab 3565 f751 3e3e 368c d032
7b47 cf59 5afe bb78 d6b5 bca9 2ba0 21cd 6734 f436
2a0b 341f 3591 5717 3b53 d49e a5df f588 9d2c 9de6
b0d7 e8c6 1528 6ce5 96bf a83f 50b6 eeab d153 aaf5
0cd7 5f39 929b a11f b0f8 e8d6 1144 2846


<Lurker69> i wonder what was point of first string
<Lurker69> did cicada change plan?
<Bl4ckF0X> Lurker69 I think they wanted to keep us busy
<Lurker69> buying time?
<Bl4ckF0X> yeah


One of us noticed that if you interpret this data as a monochromatic bitmap, some interesting images can be obtained. When you asume that the bitmap is 25 pixels wide, the result is:

http://postimg.org/image/yukab2cjx/

Using different widths, one obtains these:

http://postimg.org/image/4hgmiqo7h/

http://postimg.org/image/db7h08q0j/2fd3ffe1/



DO NOT DELETE UNTIL SOLVED (LOOSE END)

WE DONT HAVE ANY  IDEA OF PURPOSE OF THIS STRING

added on 11.1.2014, .onion 3 stopped updating, displaying similar string, same lenght 256 bytes; 'more on main 2014 page 3'

DO NOT DELETE UNTIL SOLVED (LOOSE END)

ONION 2 LONG STRING <!---761---> with 3 jpgs

However at 05:31:40 GMT -- about an hour after the string was complete -- the document changed. The old 512-character code was gone, along with the HTML comment. In its place:

Screenshot 31

printscreen of onion 2 with second string








The full source is quite large. It is archived at:

https://infotomb.com/oyfhl.txt


String as a PDF file:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8agGVBzeYO6OHR5bktUYmpjZWc/edit?usp=sharing

Note that the HTML comment was changed from

<!--Patience is a virtue-->

to

<!--761-->


Taking the sum of the phrase "Patience is a virtue" using the Gematria Primus results in the number 761.


The new string was 3641299 characters long. It contained a significant amounts of repeated text.

Lenght of full html: 378FDE = 3641310 bytes

Lenght of string:  378FD2 = 3641298 bytes



761 is a prime, and was used in Cicada 2013 as the file name of a clue in the form of an mp3 -- "The Instar Emergence".

761 is also a palindromic prime EMIRP -- 167, its reverse, is a prime number as well.

DECODING STRING

Analsysis of this new string revealed that it contained three JPEG image files. To obtain them, we:

1.   Converted the string into its binary representation
2.   Every byte of string has to be XORed with 0xFF (11111111); we can achieve same efect if we invert every bit (1 beocmes 0 and 0 becomes 1)0x00 0x27 | 0x00 -> 0xFF
  0x00     0x27         |                          0x00 -> 0xFF
00000000 00100111 XOR   | OR just reverse bits   00000000 -> 1111111     
11111111 11111111  =    |                      
11111111 11011000       |                          0x27   ->  0xD8    
  0xFF     0xD8         |                        00100111 -> 11011000

3.   Discovered the byte sequence that indicates the beginning of a JPG image (0xFF 0xD8)

4.   A quick look at Wikipedia's JPEG article tells us how every jpg file begins:
  • bytes 0xFF, 0xD8 indicate start of image
  • bytes 0xFF, 0xD9 indicate end of image

5.   Discovered this sequence again, marking the beginning of a second JPG and the end of the first.

6.    Discovered this sequence at the end of the string. This meant that the third image had its order reversed (i.e. instead of 0xFF 0xD8 being located at the beginning of the image, it was found at the end, and in reverse order like the rest of that image)

For example, the first two bytes of the original string were:

0x00 -> 0x27      00000000 -> 1111111

When you apply XOR with 0xFF, those bits become

0xFF -> 0xD8      00100111 -> 11011000

Which is the beginning of a JPG file.

The offsets of jpgs from beginning of the string.

  • 00000000: First Image ("Liber Primus")
  • 000293AC: Second Image ("Rune Warning Message")
  • 00191BB2: Third Image (in reverse order) ("Chapter 1: Intus")

To make files on *nix systems:

dd if=onionout.jpg bs=1 skip=$((0x00293ac)) > cu343l33nqaekrnw.onion.6.jpg


Commands for splitting the onionout.jpg into three files (offsets converted to decimal). Here the onion file is called onioninvert.bin after inversion (xor with 0xff):

dd if=onioninvert.bin of=onion1.jpg bs=1 skip=0 count=168876
dd if=onioninvert.bin of=onion2.jpg bs=1 skip=168876 count=1476614
dd if=onioninvert.bin of=onion3rev.jpg bs=1 skip=1645490 count=175159

Note that the 3rd file is reversed. Write a program to print out all the bytes in the reverse order to create the third jpg.

Here are the three images:

Image One ("Liber Primus")

Liber primus

First Image

Backup images:

http://imagebin.org/285655

  • this is too big file it needs to be cut off after ff d9
  • 168876 + 175159 + 1476614 = 1,820,649  full string

PGP signature:

PrimusLiberPGP

Liber Primus PGP









Outguess reveals a hex string inside jpg image:

http://dpaste.com/1541806/
http://pastebin.com/JB1NennF
https://infotomb.com/w31vx.txt

  • The message is 1982 char = 991 bytes long
Outguessed message from Liber Primus.jpg


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Hash: SHA1

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Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (GNU/Linux)

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Does cicada reference this book: Journey Into Jung's Red Book: Liber Primus?

Might be reference to this book:

Journey Into Jung's Red Book: Liber Primus
by Jules Okapi, J.C. Andrijeski (Goodreads Author)

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/9734908-journey-into-jung-s-red-book

Jung was referenced in Warning Pastebin from 2013: http://pastebin.com/dHJ6JNkr

Beliefs:
• teach followers to "Find a death every day." It doesn’t mean literal death. Instead there is a double meaning: 1) know you're going to die, so, nothing matters, and 2) Find the death of the “I” or the ego.
• other philosophy they use is "what you resist persists" by Jung, and the Jesuit corollary "create what you fear most." For example, if you are afraid of resistance and rebellion, then send operators to create resistance and rebellion. This way, you can direct the energy of the people, embrace it, let it dwindle, and at the same time minimize the damage.

Image Two ("Chapter 1: Intus")

Intus

Second Image

Image original backup:

  • http://imagebin.org/285662
  • this is too big file it needs to be cut of after ff d9
  • 168876 + 175159 + 1476614 = 1,820,649  full string


Meaning:

intus -  (Latin) adv.: within| on the inside| inside; at home

PGP:

ChapterIntusPGP

Chapter Intus PGP







Outguess reveals a hex message inside this image:

http://pastebin.com/MALhVdxx
https://infotomb.com/vd0bo.txt

  • Hex string is 1982 char = 991 bytes long
Outguessed message from Chapter 1 Intus
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Hash: SHA1

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Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (GNU/Linux)

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Third Image ONION 2 VER 2 RUNES WARNING MESSAGE

Huh2

3rd image ppl say came from onion 2

Backup jpg:

https://infotomb.com/oju8n

Final translation:

A warning!

believe nothing from this book.
Except what you know to be true.
Test the knowledge, find your truth,
experience your death.
Do not edit or change this book.
Or the message contained within.
Either the words or their numbers

For all is sacred!


PGP signature: 

RunesWarningPGP

Runes Warning PGP









Outguess reveals a hex message:

https://infotomb.com/pxziu.txt

  • Lenght: 1982 char = 991 bytes
Outguessed message from Runes Warning jpg image


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

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TRANSCRIPTION OF RUNES



TEXT:

R NGRAMW JIHEIIAI MAEYW EAAAEN
YEP JAEAED IXDISEO NGLREO THAEIA
DMAENG EOAE JI EOAIAI EOIPEO YI D
MAENGHICOEI EAEMC THAEIAA EOAIAY IX
SIAEIMDI THAEIAA CFY CAE MAEEO ICEEO AE
A DLRWI YEP JAEAED AEA YI NICCROEI
DAEMEOREMIC NGEYEM IEYIA YI NGAE
ACC AEA YIEA MIANJIAC EAAEA RHH E
C CRDAIC


NUMERICAL:

11 7911977119 373123673110731 7110110319 1099710129
1036743 3710110189 314789315341 79731141 5101107
897110179 41101 3731 419710731 41314341 10331 89
71101792331138331 109677113 510110797 510110797 4197107103 3147
533197317131 510110797 132103 13101 7110141 31136741 101
97 8973111931 1036743 3710110189 10197 10331 294343118331
8910171411167713113 79671036771 31671033197 10331 79101
971343 10197 103316797 711072937319743 10910197 112323 67
43 431189973113



Soulseekah coded an analog of the 'Count' function available at


RUNES SOLVED

1. Stack the Gematria Primus, left column onto the right one. 2. Find rune position in the list (for example, first rune R is position 5) 3. Count the same position backwards (5 from bottom gets you A).  This is basically the rune equivalent of the Atbash cipher which is "has been associated with the esoteric methodologies of Jewish mysticism's interpretations of Hebrew religious texts as in the Kabbalah."  It is also noteworthy that Gematria is associated with Kabbalah as well.

(R) (ING RAM W) (JIHEI IA I) (M AE YW) (EA A AE N)
 A   WARNING.    BELIEVE      NOTHING   FROM

(YEP)  (J AE AE D ) ... 
 THIS   BOOK. ...


And so on. The message is:
Runes-warning

Runes substitution key

A Warning

Believe nothing from this book,
Except what you know to be true.
Test the knowledge, 
find your truth,
experience your death.
Do not edit or change this book,
Or the message contained within.
Either the words or their numbers 
For all is sacred!

Using the Gematria Primus , each line adds up to a prime number, most of which are palindromic primes (marked with a *).

A Warning

Believe nothing from this book,    =  757*
Except what you know to be true.   = 1009*
Test the knowledge,                =  691
find your truth,                   =  353*
experience your death.             =  769*
Do not edit or change this book,   =  911*
Or the message contained within.   = 1051*
Either the words or their numbers  =  859
For all is sacred!                 =  677

 Solution



SOLUTION


A warning! believe nothing from this book.
Except what you know to be true.
Test the knowledge, find your truth,
experience your death.
Do not edit or change this book.
Or the message contained within.
Either the words or their numbers For all is sacred!




"• teach followers to "Find a death every day." from Warning pastein: http://pastebin.com/dHJ6JNkr

NEXT STEP

https://gist.github.com/numinit/4cd82eba206a8af9561c


outguess jpg1 XOR outguess jpg2  XOR outguessjpg3   = 


IDGTK UMLOO ARWOE RTHIS UTETL HUTIA TSLLO
UIMNI TELNJ 7TFYV OIUAU SNOCO 5JI4M EODZZ
Good luck.
3301



XORing all three SIGNED Outguess outputs from 3 jpgs produced that PGP signed message:

  • just outguess jpg1 xor ougutess2 xor outguress3
  • so, 1. we got 3.5 megabyte onion dump
  • converted to raw data
  • xor with fffffffffff.....
  • got 3 images
  • 1 at offset 0, 2 at offset 0x00293ac and then reveversed, and 3 at offset 0 again
  • each image had similar outguesses with 3 same-sized hexdumps
  • 991 bytes long, xor the 3 together to get https://infotomb.com/z5f6p.txt
  • simple as that


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



IDGTK UMLOO ARWOE RTHIS UTETL HUTIA TSLLO 
UIMNI TELNJ 7TFYV OIUAU SNOCO 5JI4M EODZZ 

Good luck.

3301


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PGP of page1 XOR page2 XOR page3

P1XORp2XORp3

Signed at 4:00 on 7th Jan, this is 16 minutes before outguessed messages in page 1, 2 and 3 were signed.







THIS PAGE IS DISCONTINUED, READONLY NOW. PLEASE DONT EDIT IT ANYMORE.

BELOW THIS POINT ARTICLE IS NOT EDITED

TO CONTINUE READING GO TO ARTICLE PART 3

LINK TO CURRENT SITE WITH UPDATED PROGRESS





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Collapsed bottom part of article containing ideas, unused clues, dead ends...


Columnar tranposition with keys of length 2 to 9:

Columnar tranposition with keys of length 2 to 9:

ONION 3 VER 2  onion updated 05:50 GMT

Onion3VER2

onion 3 ver 2 after it updated, ptinscren from 05:05 GMT 9.1.2014














HTML SOURCE:

<!--1033-->

87de5b7fa26ab85d22

THIS STRING IS ALSO GROWING WTH TIME JUST LIKE ONE ON ONiON 2 VER 1 DID

CURRENT STATUS OF STRING

  •  9.1. 2014 05:48 GMT:
87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc
  • 8:52am GMT: 87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc3ac7f25ee743297817febd7741
  • post more timestamps (IN GMT or add your timezone)
  • post more timestamps (IN GMT or add your timezone)
  • post more timestamps (IN GMT or add your timezone)





Screenshot 34












BOT LOGGING PROGRESS OF STRING

We have bot that logs in IRC and reports every change

  • Entropy is his nick,  numinit is managing it


[05:54 GMT]  <Entropy> NEW BYTE: 3a, 16 bytes, 32 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 140.0625 (8c), stdev: 63.2332 (3f), entropy: 4.0000 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 05:54:01 UTC (15 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[06:11 GMT] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: c7, 17 bytes, 34 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 143.5294 (90), stdev: 62.8931 (3f), entropy: 4.0875 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 06:12:01 UTC (18 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[06:15 GMT] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: f2, 18 bytes, 36 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 149.0000 (95), stdev: 65.1503 (41), entropy: 4.1699 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 06:15:01 UTC (3 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[06:54 GMT] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: 78, 23 bytes, 46 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 140.6522 (8d), stdev: 67.1718 (43), entropy: 4.4366 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 06:54:01 UTC (12 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

--->HERE WE GOT THAT RUNES MESSAGE ON SERVR -STATUS PAGE, THEN ONION INDEX.HTML BEIGN TO UPDATE AGAIN

[08:27 GMT ]<Entropy> NEW BYTE: bd, 26 bytes, 52 chars, min: 17, max: fe, avg: 142.3462 (8e), stdev: 71.4493 (47), entropy: 4.6235 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 08:27:01 UTC (30 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[08:33 GMT ] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: 77, 27 bytes, 54 chars, min: 17, max: fe, avg: 141.4815 (8d), stdev: 70.2521 (46), entropy: 4.6808 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 08:33:01 UTC (6 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[08:39 GMT ]<Entropy> NEW BYTE: 41, 28 bytes, 56 chars, min: 17, max: fe, avg: 138.7500 (8b), stdev: 70.4311 (46), entropy: 4.7359 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 08:39:01 UTC (6 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[09:27 GMT ]<Entropy> NEW BYTE: ed, 29 bytes, 58 chars, min: 17, max: fe, avg: 142.1379 (8e), stdev: 71.4904 (47), entropy: 4.7890 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 09:27:01 UTC (48 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[09:30 GMT]<Entropy> NEW BYTE: ed, 30 bytes, 60 chars, min: 17, max: fe, avg: 145.3000 (91), stdev: 72.3220 (48), entropy: 4.7736 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 09:30:01 UTC (3 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[09:45 GMT]<Entropy> NEW BYTE: f0, 31 bytes, 62 chars, min: 17, max: fe, avg: 148.3548 (94), stdev: 73.0870 (49), entropy: 4.8252 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 09:45:01 UTC (15 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[10:00 GMT]<Entropy> NEW BYTE: 7c, 32 bytes, 64 chars, min: 17, max: fe, avg: 147.5938 (94), stdev: 72.0607 (48), entropy: 4.8750 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 10:00:01 UTC (15 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[10:06 GMT]<Entropy> NEW BYTE: a0, 33 bytes, 66 chars, min: 17, max: fe, avg: 147.9697 (94), stdev: 70.9923 (47), entropy: 4.9232 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 10:06:01 UTC (6 minutes, 0.000 seconds)


[10:15 GMT]<Entropy> NEW BYTE: c7, 34 bytes, 68 chars, min: 17, max: fe, avg: 149.4706 (95), stdev: 70.4699 (46), entropy: 4.9110 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 10:15:01 UTC (9 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[10:27 GMT]<Entropy> NEW BYTE: e8, 35 bytes, 70 chars, min: 17, max: fe, avg: 151.8286 (98), stdev: 70.8037 (47), entropy: 4.9579 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 10:27:01 UTC (12 minutes, 0.000 seconds)



THIS PAGE IS DISCONTINUED, READONLY NOW. PLEASE DONT EDIT IT ANYMORE.

TO CONTINUE GO TO ARTICLE PART 3

LINK TO CURRENT SITE WITH UPDATED PROGRESS





SO NEXT  CIPHERTEXT TO SOLVE IS :

Onion stoped updating at 46 charactrs

  • at Thursday, January 09, 2014 6:54:01 AM (server time? idk what time is in page info)
  • http://prntscr.com/2hs3zv (screenshot at 07:25 GMT)


87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc3ac7f25ee743297817febd7741ededf07ca0c7e8



SOLUTION


?????

POST HERE YOUR THOUGHTS:

  • it is hash string! NO!


as of 10:19PM PST;   87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc3ac7f2


as of 7:49 CET (GMT+1): 87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc3ac7f25ee74329


As of 9:07 SAST (South African Std Time) it is: 87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc3ac7f25ee7432978

as of 07:22 GMT   :  87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc3ac7f25ee7432978


as of 07:52 GMT : 87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc3ac7f25ee743297817


as of 10:45 GMT 01/09/2014 : 87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc3ac7f25ee743297817febd7741ededf07ca0c7e8b1


as of 13:13 (GMT+2) 87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc3ac7f25ee743297817febd7741ededf07ca0c7e8b178


as of 5:39 EST:

87de5b7fa26ab85d2256c453e7f5bc3ac7f25ee743297817febd7741ededf07ca0c7e8b1788ea4131441a8f71c63943d8b56aea6a45159e2f59f9a194af23eaabf9de0f3123c041c882d5b7e03e17ac49be67cef29fbc7786e3bda321a176498835f6198


keep empty lines here

PPL FOUND THAT ONION IS LEAKING IS LINODE ADRESS:

AND PUBLICLY POSTING ALL OUR IPS


http://fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.onion/server-status

https://fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.onion.to/server-status

https://fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.tor2web.org/server-status


http://jsfiddle.net/4LjAA/1/   source!

NEED SREENSHOT


AND LOGGING ALL YOUR IPS THAT CAN BE PUBLICLY ACCESABLE:

LOG FILE FROM 9.1. 2014. 06:17 GMT http://pastebin.com/ZRJhYgGP

[04:44] <absence_> Lurker69, onion.onion/server-status http://pastebin.com/je6Yudvh

THIS IW WAHT TAIIWOO MADE

http://82.9.41.159/html/user/ WAT?

[06:05] <absence_> http://fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.onion/.htaccess
[06:05] <Tech1> http://fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.onion/server-status is where i'm pulling from


onion/server-status
[05:41] <L0j1k> which is a server status page in apache, found by taiiwo's dirbuster

HERE IS SOME MAGIC HAW THAT WAS DONE

!!DO NOT DELETE ANY LOGS UNTIL WE HAVE EASY STEP BY STEP EXPLANATION HOW THIS WAS FOUND AND DONE, AND I MEAN AS EASY THAT JOURNALISTS CAN UNDERSTAND AND REPRODUCE IT !!!


FOR NOW WE DONT HAVE DECENT PARAGRAPH EXPLAINING IT SO HELP YOURSELF WITH THIS LOGS: LOGS ABOUT HOW WE FOUND LINODE SERVER OF ONION 3

note that we had to DOX Clearnet IP of onion server in 2013 also.

SOON AFTER STRING STOPPED UPDATING AND WE DFOUND NEW THINGS ON SERVER STATUS PAGE


This means that cicada noticed we found that logs on server!

Smfgz0R

Onion 3 Change on SERVER STATUS PAGE




















We got new stuff form the server status (cca 07:18 GMT)

SOME WISDOM:

THE PRIMES ARE SACRED

THE TOTIENT FUNCTION IS SACRED

ALL THNGS SHOULD BE ENCRYPTED


KNOW THIS:


272           138             shadows   131         151

aethereal   buffers       void         carnal       18

226            obscura     form         245           mobius

18              analog       void         mournful   aethereal

151            131            cabal       138           272


http://i.imgur.com/b2XLHxg.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/wRSoiPx.jpg

We got new stuff form the server status (cca 07:18 GMT)

SOME WISDOM THE PRIMES ARE SACRED THE TOTIENT FUNCTION IS SACRED ALL THNGS SHOULD BE ENCRYPTED

That appears to be the first paragraph of first image.

  • this is actualy 2 images
    i.e. if you reverse the file you get the same image
    byte for byte
    However, if you diff the two, you'll find out of band data that's between the images
  • <Lurker69> what is secnd image?
    <soulseekah> it's the same
    <soulseekah> byte for byte
    <soulseekah> i.e. if you flip Onion_3_v3.jpg


Onion 3 v3

jpg from onion 2 server status


<soulseekah> you'll get the same image
<soulseekah> byte-for-byte
<soulseekah> there is no outguess



FINAL RESULT:


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

IF WE MARK PRIMES AS 'o' AND NON-PRIMES AS 'x', WE GET THE FOLLOWING PATTERN:

x	x	x	o	o

x	o	x	x	x

x	x	x	x	x

x	x	x	o	x

o	o	x	x	x


When resolved, it produces the following pattern:

x	x	x	

x		x	x	x

x	x	x	x	x

x	x	x		x

		x	x	x


Upon dividing this in half along the center column (5 x's) and flipping a side vertically and horizontally, we see that they mirror each other.



https://infotomb.com/99694.txt This 5x5 matrix is also imbeded in between the two images found on server-status.

How we got that:

u dump hex > bin  twice to get it

converting this data to binary again





<ChuckFive> https://fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.onion.to/server-status
<TaiiwoBot> ^ Apache Status ^

http://i.imgur.com/b2XLHxg.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/wRSoiPx.jpg

BELLOW THIS LINE WE ARE STILL A BIT CONFUSED AND UNEDITED M'KAY?

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BEGINNING OF REASONABLE EXPLANATION

As far I understand long string on updated SERVER-STATUS PAGE are two images, same one one from top secon d from bottom and reversed. Just like  it was on onion 2.

But in between there was chunkg of data (we call that  OOB TABLE) . Should be in th logs bellow.

That chunk of  data is after some hex>bin magic the same as 5X5 table in second paragraph of jpg.

Ppl say that second paragraph doesnt mean anything, its only words, and i dont know.

To replace runes with numbers we can do OOB TABLE hex>bin magic, or we can simply count runes values from gematria primus.


(note this is just how i imagine it based on info i gathered, i dont have time to check if all this is true; if you know more pls fix that aritcle -Lurk)

MORE LOGS:

<Surtri> In the image of hex

<soulseekah> it's just the same payload reversed btw
<soulseekah> dd if=fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.onion.1.jpg bs=1 skip=$((0x00521df)) count=364
<soulseekah> to extract

<nykos> http://dpaste.com/1543389/
<TaiiwoBot> ^ dpaste: #1543389 ^
<Surtri> Holy caw

[08:17] <nykos> hex hidden between the two images
[08:17] <nykos> https://infotomb.com/pw38g

[08:16] <nykos> the original text
[08:16] <nykos> https://infotomb.com/2cet8

[08:16] <nykos> http://i.imgur.com/wRSoiPx.jpg
[08:16] <nykos> the bottom half translations


[08:30] <soulseekah> Testout.jpg
[08:30] <TaiiwoBot>  ^ http://tinyurl.com/m5c88hc ^
[08:30] <soulseekah> teefs: I think I posted?
[08:30] <soulseekah> 13:12 < soulseekah> 510    !310    !430    (310    "72720    (310    !430    !310    !51:630    )910     310     230     (1:220    %420     !90    %420    &2210     230     310    )910    &63
[08:30] <soulseekah> these?
[08:30] <soulseekah> probably not right
[08:30] <teefs> oh yes ur rite
[08:30] <teefs> was u
[08:31] <counterhash> How is he right teefsd
[08:31] <teefs> about him postin
[08:31] <soulseekah> okay let's say it's gematria
[08:31] <counterhash> It seems that this current clue is just about Liber Primus
[08:31] <soulseekah> then 272
[08:32] <soulseekah> some letters add up to that
[08:32] <soulseekah> this is the coin/change problem
[08:32] <soulseekah> classic
[08:32] <counterhash> I'll work something out
[08:32] <soulseekah> http://codeseekah.com/cicada/count.html
[08:32] <soulseekah> You can check source here
[08:32] <soulseekah> for mappings
[08:32] <teefs> u think search thru counts?
[08:33] <soulseekah> view-source
[08:33] <soulseekah> and see lookup table
[08:33] <teefs> i got a count prog
[08:34] <counterhash> soulseekah: Is this count updated for the new Gematria (with the reversal)?
[08:34] <teefs> what was reversal?
[08:34] <soulseekah> not sure it's old
[08:34] <soulseekah> no idea about reversals
[08:34] <counterhash> Where you flip the gematria table
[08:34] <soulseekah> oh no
[08:34] <soulseekah> no it's not
[08:34] <counterhash> Okay then it won't be updated
[08:34] <counterhash> I'll work on what I have
[08:34] <soulseekah> k
[08:34] <soulseekah> Let's think what else
[08:35] <soulseekah> there are a lot of matrix-based encryption schemes
[08:35] <Lurker69> soulseekah:
[08:35] <Lurker69> whil i try to upload http://i.imgur.com/wRSoiPx.jpg
[08:35] <teefs> https://infotomb.com/i5ree my count
[08:35] <TaiiwoBot> ^ infotomb ^
[08:35] <Lurker69> on wiki i get file identification erroer?
[08:35] <soulseekah> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hill_cipher
[08:35] <TaiiwoBot> ^ Hill cipher - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ^
[08:35] <Lurker69> does it mean there is some oteh r shit in jpg?
[08:36] <soulseekah> wow
[08:36] <soulseekah> http://i.imgur.com/wRSoiPx.jpg
[08:36] <Lurker69> or can i just resave it and upload!
[08:36] <soulseekah> but this is a 5x5 as well
[08:36] <teefs> counterhash: order of eval of symbol matter lot last yr do u got link to flipped gematria?
[08:36] <teefs> i can mod it
[08:36] <soulseekah> it's the same one
[08:36] <soulseekah> wo
[08:36] <counterhash> Runes-warning.jpg
[08:36] <TaiiwoBot>  ^ http://tinyurl.com/pd5apt9 ^
[08:36] <soulseekah> Guys guys
[08:36] <counterhash> It seems to be a Hill CIpher
[08:36] <soulseekah> http://i.imgur.com/wRSoiPx.jpg this is on the page
[08:36] <counterhash> go on soul
[08:36] <teefs> hill cipher hmm
[08:36] <Lurker69> fuck it i am just gonna dump logs

<soulseekah> about the 5x5 matrix we found in #3301solvers
<Lurker69> havent heard of matix at all
<soulseekah> https://infotomb.com/pw38g
<soulseekah> Seen this?
<soulseekah> I made that
<soulseekah> basically it allowed for the discover of some out of band data
<soulseekah> between the two images from the /server-status onion
<soulseekah> jpeg
<soulseekah> Onion_3_v3.jpg
<soulseekah> this is actualy 2 images
<soulseekah> i.e. if you reverse the file you get the same image
<soulseekah> byte for byte
<soulseekah> However, if you diff the two, you'll find out of band data that's between the images
<soulseekah> https://infotomb.com/ao1wx.txt
<soulseekah> converting this data to binary again
<soulseekah> will yield a nice clean matrix
<soulseekah> https://infotomb.com/99694.txt
<soulseekah> which matches the matrix at the bottom here: Onion_3_v3.jpg





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ANOTHER INTERESTING THING

CICADA USES DIFERENT PORT FOR EVERY onion


Apache Server at auqgnxjtvdbll3pv.onion Port 5240
Apache Server at cu343l33nqaekrnw.onion Port 5241
Apache Server at fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.onion Port 5242


To see POT number just enter nonexisten link after
97sfcnM
valid onion url:


(Maybe the same Server? Would make sense from cicadas view)

PPL FOUND THAT ONION IS LEAKING IS LINODE ADRESS:

AND PUBLICLY POSTING ALL OUR IPS


AND LOGGING ALL YOUR IPS THAT CAN BE PUBLICLY ACCESABLE:

LOG FILE FROM 9.1. 2014. 06:17 GMThttp://pastebin.com/ZRJhYgGP

[04:44] <absence_> Lurker69, onion.onion/server-status http://pastebin.com/je6Yudvh

THIS IW WAHT TAIIWOO MADE

http://82.9.41.159/html/user/  WAT?

[06:05] <absence_> http://fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.onion/.htaccess
[06:05] <Tech1> http://fv7lyucmeozzd5j4.onion/server-status is where i'm pulling from

202.117.120.16 --> li676-95.members.linode.com (?)

HERE IS SOME MAGIC HAW THAT WAS DONE

!!DO NOT DELETE ANY LOGS UNTIL WE HAVE EASY STEP BY STEP EXPLANATION HOW THIS WAS FOUND AND DONE, AND I MEAN AS EASY THAT JOURNALISTS CAN UNDERSTAND AND REPRODUCE IT !!!


FOR NOW WE DONT HAVE DECENT PARAGRAPH EXPLAINING IT SO HELP YOURSELF WITH THIS LOGS: LOGS ABOUT HOW WE FOUND LINODE SERVER OF ONION 3

note that we had to DOX Clearnet IP of onion server in 2013 also.

TIMESTAMPS OF UPLOADED BYTES

All are in multiples of 3, it messed up by one second one time and corrected itself. We missed the first 28 digits. If you have them and their timestamp, please feel free to add them.

[00:39] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: bc, 15 bytes, 30 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 145.5333 (92),  stdev: 61.5314 (3e), entropy: 3.9069 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 05:39:01 UTC (6 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[00:54] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: 3a, 16 bytes, 32 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 140.0625 (8c),  stdev: 63.2332 (3f), entropy: 4.0000 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 05:54:01 UTC (15 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[01:12] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: c7, 17 bytes, 34 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 143.5294 (90),  stdev: 62.8931 (3f), entropy: 4.0875 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 06:12:01 UTC (18 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[01:15] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: f2, 18 bytes, 36 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 149.0000 (95),  stdev: 65.1503 (41), entropy: 4.1699 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 06:15:01 UTC (3 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[01:21] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: 5e, 19 bytes, 38 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 146.1053 (92),  stdev: 64.5909 (41), entropy: 4.2479 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 06:21:01 UTC (6 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

[01:24] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: e7, 20 bytes, 40 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 150.3500 (96), stdev: 65.6180 (42), entropy: 4.2219 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 06:24:02 UTC (3 minutes, 1.000 seconds)

[01:36] <Entropy> NEW BYTE: 43, 21 bytes, 42 chars, min: 22, max: f5, avg: 146.3810 (92),  stdev: 66.4512 (42), entropy: 4.2971 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 06:36:01 UTC (11 minutes, 59.000 seconds)

.4800 (8c), stdev: 72.2402 (48), entropy: 4.5639 bits/byte, modified: 2014-01-09 07:57:01 UTC (30 minutes, 0.000 seconds)

MORE WILL BE PUBLISHED AS SOON AS WE WILL FIND IT


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