Cicada 3301 2014 Main articles and Subpages
- 2016 PUZZLE; POSSIBLE BACKREFERENCE TO 2014 PUZZLE >NEWEST CLUES<
- MAIN CICADA 3301 2014 PAGE PART 9 >NEW DISCOVERIES<
- MAIN CICADA 3301 2014 PAGE PART 8 DISCONTINUED
- MAIN CICADA 3301 2014 PAGE PART 7 DISCONTINUED
- MAIN CICADA 3301 2014 PAGE PART 6 DISCONTINUED
- MAIN CICADA 3301 2014 PAGE PART 5 DISCONTINUED
- MAIN CICADA 3301 2014 PAGE PART 4 DISCONTINUED
- MAIN CICADA 3301 2014 PAGE PART 3 DISCONTINUED
- MAIN CICADA 3301 2014 PAGE PART 2 DISCONTINUED
- MAIN CICADA 3301 2014 PAGE PART 1 ACTIVE
Subpages: Hot Links:
- Recent Wikia Changes
- Useful online tools, Runes decoder added
- We found traces of some Cicada Crypto group from 90s
- Outguess visual analysis, or do we have outguess on page 4 and 6? <<< table and RAR of all images files from Cicada 3301 2012-2014.
- Loose ends (all things we never used)
- List of all Words, phrases and Primes mentioned in 2014 puzzle <<< all dictionaries
- Runes Transcription
- 2014 THINGS THAT HAD BEEN XORED (please put in things you tried)
- XOR 2014 tips
- Outguess tutorial
- suomynona's Fibbonachi and Runic information
- D_Synapse's Golden Cicada&Journey to the West
- Wikia community discusion
- Who is Wind, wind, or wind_ and why so many people are talking about her?
- Few logs and details about factorizing operation
- GPG Gnu Privacy Guard
- Post of the day
- CICADA 3301 2014 PUZZLE FACTS THE END JOKES
- Good luck 3301 background and custom CSS
- www.3301.eu is fake
- Wikipedia Cicada 3301 article
'Some other groups and pages
- Team Cicada Google+
- Team PiratePad
- Numinit gist page
- Henrik Falk blog with quick no junk explanation
- Facebook group
- Hack Forums
If you want to add your link on this menu PM Lurker69
XOR python results and scripts:
<cclark> here's a python script to xor all of the strings together, in all permutations: http://pastebin.com/nxXyrxin
ALL THREE 256 STRINGS:
Its dangerous to go alone, take this wth you: XOR tool
String from onion 2
<761> counts with gematria [patience is a virtue]
String from onion 3
<1033> counts with gematria [for every thing that lives is holy]
String from onion 4
< !--3301-- > 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
List of all mentioned words and phrases
>>>>>>DICTIONARIES FOR BRUTEFORCING<<<<<<<
Quotes from html headers:
"Patience is a virtue" <-- Prime 761* --> (onion 2) "For Every Thing That Lives Is Holy" <-- Prime 1033* --> (onion 1)
Page 1 & 2
Liber Primus <-- 455 --> Liber <-- 243 --> Primus <--212-->
Chapter 1 <-- Prime 313* --> palindromic prime in both decimal and binary Intus <-- 175 --> Chapter 1 Intus <-- 488 -->
Same formatting than in book: https://infotomb.com/hycxc.txt
Pages 3 & 4 & 5 & 6 https://infotomb.com/bqonw.txt
- - Prime is also emirp (prime if reversed)
[red]A Warning:[/red] Believe nothing from this book. <-- Prime 757* --> Except what you know to be true. <-- Prime 1009* --> Test the knowledge. <-- Prime 691 --> find your truth. <-- Prime 353* --> experience your death. <-- Prime 769* --> Do not edit or change this book. <-- Prime 911* --> Or the message contained within. <-- Prime 1051* --> Either the words or their numbers <-- Prime 859 --> [red]For all is sacred.[/red] <-- Prime 677 -->
[red]SOME WISDOM:[/red] <-- 467 --> THE PRIMES ARE SACRED <-- Prime 853 --> THE TOTIENT FUNCTION IS SACRED <-- Prime 1039 --> ALL THINGS SHOULD BE ENCRYPTED <-- Prime 1237* --> [red]KNOW THIS:[/red] <-- Prime 157* --> <-- 272 --> <-- 138 --> SHADOWS / CABAL <-- 341 --> <-- Prime 131* --> <-- Prime 151* --> AETHERAL <-- 366 --> BUFFERS / MOURNFUL <-- Prime 199* --> VOID <-- 130 --> CARNAL / ANALOG <-- 320 --> <-- 18 --> MOBIUS <-- 226 --> OBSCURA <-- 245 --> FORM <-- 91 --> (only prime as 19)
Magic square contains only 3 primes:
Page 5 and Page 6
I noticed exept the first senctence, there is no prime in paragraph one. But in paragraph two every sentence is an emirp!
Also "command your own self" is an emirp which could be even more important
(marked emirps with "*") the numbers in the brackets are the distance to the next Prime and the factorisation
note thea there are some mistakes, so mabye if you correct them or leave tehw wrong more lines would be emitps
the primes or their sentences could be a key, as the first sentence is a prime and was a key
I tried some corrections and combinations but there is nothing that makes sense
We also got many primes from previous texts
I marked the locations where a "0" was put in the key to solve the runes
notice that every f is f0
of that is key reset right?
no not reset
ah only uncoded f then
there is just an 0 inserted and the f stays as it is
welcome: welcome, pil <-- Prime 317 --> grim to the great jou rney toward the end of0 all things. it is not an easy trip <-- Prime 2113 --> ,but f0or those who f0ind their way here it is a necessary one. a <-- 2648 --> (+9) (2^3x331) long the way you will f0ind an en d to all struggle and suf0f0e ring, your innocence, your illu sions, your certainty, and you r reality. ultimately, you w <-- 4575 --> (+8) (3x5^2x61) ill discover an end to self0. <-- 1791 --> (+10) (3^2x199) it is through this pilgrim age that we shape ourselve s and our realities. journey d <-- 2324 / without th's 2309 --> (+9) (2^2x7x83) eep within and you will arriv e outside. like the instar, it i <-- 1691 --> (+2) (19x89) <-- 536 --> (+5) (2^4x67) s only through going within tha t we may emerge: <-- 2024 / without ing 1409 / without th 1483 --> (+3) (2^3x11x23) widsom: you are a being unto yourself0. <-- 270 --> (+1) (2x3^3x5) <-- Prime 1009* --> you are a law unto yourself0. <-- Prime 991* --> each intelligence is holy. <-- Prime 991* --> f0or all that lives is holy. <-- Prime 941* --> :an instruction: command your own self0: <-- 520 --> (+1) (2^2x5x13) <-- Prime 751* -->
[page5] [red]WELCOME:[/red] <-- Prime 317 --> WELCOME, PILGRIM TO THE GREAT JOURNEY TOWARD THE END OF ALL THINGS. <-- Prime 2113 --> IT IS NOT AN EASY TRIP, BUT FOR THOSE WHO FIND THEIR WAY HERE IT IS A NECESSARY ONE. <-- 2648 --> ALONG THE WAY YOU WILL FIND AN END TO ALL STRUGGLE AND SUFFERING, YOUR INNOCENCE, YOUR ILLUSIONS, YOUR CERTAINTY, AND YOUR REALITY. <-- 4575 --> ULTIMATELY, YOU WILL DISCOVER AN END TO SELF. <-- 1791 --> [page6] IT IS THROUGH THIS PILGRIMAGE THAT WE SHAPE OURSELVES AND OUR REALITIES. <-- 2324 --> JOURNEY DEEP WITHIN AND YOU WILL ARRIVE OUTSIDE.<-- 1691 --> LIKE THE INSTAR, IT IS ONLY THROUGH GOING WITHIN THAT WE MAY EMERGE: <-- 2024 --> [red]WIDSOM:[/red] <-- 270 --> YOU ARE A BEING UNTO YOURSELF. <-- Prime 1009* --> YOU ARE A LAW UNTO YOURSELF. <-- Prime 991* --> EACH INTELLIGENCE IS HOLY. <-- Prime 991* --> F0OR ALL THAT LIVES IS HOLY. <-- Prime 941* --> [red]:AN INSTRUCTION: <-- 520 --> COMMAND YOUR OWN SELF:[/red] <-- Prime 751* -->
regarding the server-status page not changing - it is static. all the times and dates etc do not change. it's a mock-up of a real page. BUT - there are things to note about the mock-up ========================================================== Current time is "Thursday, 06-Jan-2014 00:13:17" Restart time is "Tuesday, 06-Jan-2014 00:13:17" 13 is a prime 17 is a prime 06 Jan was not a Thursday or a Tuesday! It was a Monday. Current and Restart time should not be the same! 06-Jan-2014 00:13:17 was just under 7 hours before the first picture was tweeted ========================================================== Server uptime: 1 days 0 hours 33 minutes 14 seconds ^ ^ ^^ = "1033" ========================================================== (Current time) minus (Server uptime) gives a Restart time and date of 04/01/2014 23:40:03 * question - why fabricate the page and not get the numbers to match up? they've put so much care into other things they have produced * what relevance are we to infer from the other details on the page, such as server build time, total accesses, total traffic etc etc? * to note: Apache 2.2.22 was not the current version when this server was built (Jul 12 2013 13:37:15) perhaps the version number or date are significant * Apache version is given as "Apache/2.2.22 (Ubuntu)" at the top of the document, but "Apache Server" at the bottom of the page. This is not the same as http://www.apache.org/server-status where it's the same. can anyone with more knowledge of Apache comment if this is unusual?
About the Apache version and status line
Apache 2.2.22 is in the Ubuntu repository from version "precise (12.04LTS)" until "saucy (13.10)". Ubuntu 12.04 was released in April 2012 as a "LTS" (long term support) version. For a server installation this is a good decision, because it is still the currently supported LTS-version. The status line can be configured. Everything from a full-blown message down to absolute quietness can be configured.
Some more primes needed?
I did some analyzing on the faked server status page. Here's my result: As stated above, the date is wrong. And it's differently wrong within two subsequent lines. It's obvious that this is intended to be recognized.
So what's the deal with that Tuesday/Thursday thing? According to this calculator Jan 6 was a Tuesday in 2009 and will be in 2015. In 2005 and 2011 it was a Thursday. Among these four only 2011 is a prime.
But that's not all: Writing the date as 6.1.2011 (the european format) and leaving away the dots -> 612011 is a prime too, as well as when written like 06012011. You can try this with the other three years, it won't work.
Still not enough? Here's another one: If you've never heard about the Unix time stamp: It's the number of seconds since Jan 1 1970 and usually a very long number. The date and time in the header of the status page is "Thursday Jan 6 2014 , 00:13:17". When we replace 2014 with 2011 (when Jan 6 was really a Thursday) this exact time converts to the Unix timestamp 1294272797, which is a prime. None of the other dates (in 2005, 2009 or 2015) convert to a prime this way.
Coincidence? The question remains: What do we do with that additional numbers? Here I hand over to the math wizards.