Discussion in 'General' started by codex-13, Mar 8, 2018.
we got an email some time ago, that mentioned said archive
So like many others on 5.2.3, I have a word, but deriving the final password from it is driving me up the wall. I've dug through the 5B7F20 archive, and not found anything that felt relevant beyond "evolution". I've tried looking back at the prior nodes, I've tried things like kurzweil and bostrum, I'm just turning in circles!
Thanks again as always
Here's an additional hint for finding the password:
Look closely at the suspicious file names for a date
We've updated revision 7 with an additional dataset that was recently recovered, and appended it to the results.py file. Perhaps you will find it helpful in deciphering the last locked file!
i'm the only one stuck at 9nesv0.2.2 (( ?
Pay attention to your CPU usage %. It will help you count. Also remember there are no spaces between words when entering passwords.
do we know if anyone has managed to solve 7.2.3 as of yet?
No one solved it yet
Well I managed to solve 7.2.3 finally!
Congrats on finishing the puzzle
Congrats! I think I also got the correct dice rolls, but can't figure out the password. Could you give me a hint?
I went with the 6 smaller numbers of the dice rolls, and also the bigger ones. I also tried to correlate these numbers with the names of the 5-digit archive files like C1MK1 of mission 6. to RZIZP of mission 1. Didn't work as password. Also tried to use the 6 digits/ciphers of this correlation in the Black Watchmen Archive. Is one of these methods correct and I huts have to check for different dice rolls?"
the entire roll is important to the solution, you are on the right path to finding what you need. Try reviewing the documents provided in our mission, how to decipher the password is in there you just have to look.
(its R2IZP-v1.2.3, not RZIZP-v1.2.3 not that it would matter anyway)
Thanks, that did the trick!
Can get some help with 5.2.3?
I think I have the secret word, but I don't know what to do with it. I also saw that I should use it with a date in the file names, but I don't really see a date there...
try creating one yourself
This hint isn't really helping me. I've tried a bunch of solutions and nothing works. Can anyone give a more descriptive hint for 9NUES-V0.2.2? Thanks!
@Adam The Chespin i have no idea how to explain it any more subtle than this
think of bookciphers
Separate names with a comma.