futile Python XOR script http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=cyTuaCZd
other XOR tools: PLEASE ADD!
Tool for XORing:
Crashdaemons tool from OTP22, XORS files with different offsets looking for ASCII characters.
another Python XOR script: http://pastebin.com/tU7veUHA
File reverser: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=eQ4j3Vaw
WHAT YOU CAN XOR
DATA/*, AUDIO/*, twitter data, twitter image, start image, hello, hint, wisdom/folly, PNG from .13 DATA, JPG from twitter data, all sorts of pads like 330133013301... or prime numbers..., Cicada's public key, files from the image (including SPLASH.RLE) and the 3301.img filesystem, etc.
+ reverse, several passes (a xor b xor c...), and offsets - a million ways to go about this, good luck!
WHAT WAS XORd (no guarantees):
Against one another with offsets 0, xor with 3 of all (all combinations of 3). Fed to "file" identification software, nothing suspiicous flagged turned out to be real so far.
outt.png XORd with all files at all first 10,000 prime offsets.
wisdom XORd with all files at all first 10,000 prime offsets.
forest.raw and forest.raw.rev (undecoded forest messages) with all files at all firest 10,000 prime offsets.
XORders, please continue, there is so much to xor!
PEOPLE XORING OLD STUFF AGAIN (JAN 2014)
Form more look for logs of #Cicada3301 on http://spiers.usr.sh:808/
<cluosh> teefs: yea, but 560.13 is still huge. there needs to be a reason why they chose such a huge file
<cluosh> Lurker69: no idea. but what doesn't have a valid signature can just as well be a troll
<Lurker69> cluosh: yeah but ppl are saying that they saw similar shit in brood
<Lurker69> off the record :-)
<teefs> cluosh: is huge...idk what ur gettin at
<teefs> Lurker69: this wisdom xor with modsiw https://infotomb.com/yfy8g
<teefs> in case u dont have
<teefs> nothin ther
<cluosh> teefs: I'm getting at, that we didn't decrypt ALL of 560.13
<teefs> we dint use 560.13 at all iirc
<cluosh> teefs: yes we did
<teefs> for twitter? which?
<cluosh> teefs: if you xor 560.13 with gematria jpg you get a png file
<cluosh> teefs: if you xor 560.13 with offsets and infos from phone calls, you get onion's
<teefs> i thought that was 17
<cluosh> teefs: but it's still a huge fucking file
<cluosh> teefs: iirc it was both 13, and 17
<cluosh> i suggest that 560.13 is an archive of some kind, zip, rar, tar, whatever
<cluosh> when xored with the right key and offset