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    Quote Originally Posted by shecrab View Post
    I believe I told everyone that there was no solution. Now do you believe me?
    I highly doubt there is no solution; it's just a matter of perspective for the most part, which a lot of us have lacked these past few years.

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    I'll bet there isn't one. I think that's probably why he called it "Torment". The puzzles weren't THAT hard.
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    www.deaddrop.cc is back up it seems, www.themostabstruse.com and www.grngecko.com still down though

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    Yeah www.deaddropp.cc is back up, GG changed the design a little!

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    Pictures of the picture in deaddrop: GraveYart (Lagarde Gueret - Père-Lachaise)
    The three checkboxes are "username" "password" and "mobilesig".
    Mobilesig may be your ip adress, idk.
    And the owl that's photoshopped in deaddrop.cc is belived to be Owl of Minerva:
    Owl of Wisdom: Illuminati, Bohemian Club, Schlaraffia, James Gordon Bennett Jr. | Terry Melanson
    Yahoo user that uploads deadrop files: Yahoo! Groups Heaf said he downloaded a .pdf file from deaddrop.cc.
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    And heres information about a hacking attempt: [Python] Generating AcuSensor Password Hash. Parse Frame Config XML ... Acunetix Web Vu - Pastebin.com

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    The bee group that uploads files on deadrop.cc is scary as hell.
    This message blew my mind: Yahoo! Groups

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    This means something is happening, right? Our torment may not be gone much longer.

    It's intriguing, though...
    Why are access and access two different pages? o.O

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    Can someone explain what the hell is happening?

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    lightninglion, I don't think anyone really knows. :P

    access has changed in the past few hours... not only is the carathis image new, but... look at the source code.

    Decryption time.

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    Now this is my first look at Deaddrop, so forgive me if this is old news, but the meaning of the page's source text is described here:

    How To: GnuPG (gpg4win) for MS Office Outlook, Exchange, and Others Nullamatix Technology Made Simple

    Now if you ask me, the 'titles' of those themostabstruse.com pages looked an aweful lot like the enciphered text after running it through one of those key blocks. I would hazard a guess that using the program to run those bits of text through it would do... something cool.

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