Parent thread and recap: http://forums.blackwatchmen.com/index.php?threads/cascade7-signal-mission.692/ Upon landing on http://www.division-66.com/q6/ you need to follow the instruction on http://archive.blackwatchmen.com/search/VLRA6 Spoiler: Open in case of difficulty connecting to the database The first step is the configuration: Spoiler: configuration q6 config start q6 DB_CONFIG=/home/tbw/Q6/.q6db_conf q6 SEARCH_CONFIG=/home/tbw/Q6/.q6search_conf Note: We assume that the name of the organization is tbw since the command pwd anwers /home/tbw/ After that comes the login to the specified database with the login provided: Spoiler: login q6dbcmd login -db ./bwdb.Sy16 shiva:brahma q6dbcmd -q -entry 7281944002 And you should reach http://www.division-66.com/q6/datasrc-00Sy16/ PART 1 http://pastebin.com/2EZN466Q http://pastebin.com/5dzQKYLw http://www.division-66.com/q6/datasrc-00Sy16/img/step-01-5995.jpg Sol: xxxxx xxxx Spoiler: Hint 1 The assembly code is correct. No need to check it. Spoiler: Hint 2 The chip links tells you the registers the chip have. Spoiler: Hint 3 The registers Ax, Bx, Cx and Dx are the data registers of a processor. Spoiler: Hint 4 The assembly code is specific for that processor. Spoiler: Hint 5 The processor is form the world's largest and highest valued semiconductor chip makers, based on revenue. Spoiler: Hint 6 x86 architecture - - - PART 2 http://i.imgur.com/osXuBAj.png http://imgur.com/a/hjEtT http://www.division-66.com/q6/datasrc-00Sy16/img/step-02-9599.jpg Sol: xxxxxx Spoiler: Hint 1 The first image depicts an stack overflow attack. Spoiler: Hint 2 The second batch of images depicts in order the following services from Linux: finger rsh (remote shell) sendmail Spoiler: Hint 3 The background image is a photo of a worm *nudge* *nudge* Spoiler: Hint 4 The worm had a name - - - PART 3 http://pastebin.com/ZFEc4T4F https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipe...Data_Processing_Machine_-_GPN-2000-001881.jpg http://www.division-66.com/q6/datasrc-00Sy16/img/step-03-3641.jpg Sol: xxxxxxxxxx Spoiler: Hint 1 The first link shows how the logical operations OR and AND work. Spoiler: Hint 2 The photo is from the IBM 704 Spoiler: Hint 3 The background image shows the solution Spoiler: Hint 4 The IBM 704 was used to work with that formula Spoiler: Hint 5 Hint 1 + Hint 2 somewhat implies that the computer was "learning" Spoiler: Hint 6 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machine_learning Spoiler: Hint 7 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Rosenblatt # # # Feel free to post your own hints and theories.