709 700 0122

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Phone Number: (709) 700-0122
Location St Johns, NF
Company Iristel Inc.
System Type Binary, Voice




Acquired From Black Oak Lake Cemetery drop

Background

709-700-0122 is a telephone number retrieved from Black Oak Lake cemetery on October 4th 2012. The number, when called, played back a series of tones, which lead to the discovery of Named regions and Component drops.

On October 29th 2012 different messages, which are not tones, started to be received on this number. These messages appear to be scrambled voices.

Investigation See also 709 700 0122/Investigation.

Timeline

  • October 4th 2012: Retrieved from drop site Yes check.svg(analysis, audio)
  • October 5th 2012: Message updated with binary tones Yes check.svg
  • October 15th 2012: Component coordinates received Yes check.svg
  • October 29 2012: Scrambled messages Yes check.svg(analysis, audio)
  • November 4 2012: Your call cannot be completed X mark.svg(analysis, audio)
  • March 3 2013: New scrambled message X mark.svg(analysis, audio)

Binary Tones

Since the number was initially found, it played back a series of tones which were found to be overlaid frequencies in multiples of 200Hz (this behavior has ceased). Viewing a spectrograph of a high quality recording it was apparent that 8 bits of binary data per tone were being transmitted(image). These have been transcribed and it appears that the message is similar to the 3323 0A message and has been processed as such.

The first message

User Ymgve noticed that XORing the bytes of data.bin (from 524287677 onward) with the 300-byte payload of the message and a constant value produced a large amount of ASCII characters, He then discovered that \xC0 characters aligned with space-characters from old Drop messages. Thereafter he began to deduce letter replacements and decoded the beginning of the message. User crash_demons continued where he left off to complete the message.

     Z 080524Z SEP 24
     SECRET//PRJMLPL//75X5
     MSGID/DRPWRN//
     SUBJ/PREPARE FOR COMPONENT(S) RECOVERY// 
     LOC/FI11/// 
     LOC/HK/// 
     LOC/JA14/???
     LOC/US06075/// 
     LOC/US15/// 
     LOC/US17031/// 
     GENTEXT/REMARKS/PREPARE TO RETRIEVE COMPONENT DROPS IN NAMED REGIONS
     NO LATER THAN 172000Z OCT 05
     THIS MESSAGE WILL BE UPDATED//

Further messages

Later calls produced more information regarding the "Named regions" and finally a set of coordinates for the locations, which have been named "Component drops" for their association with the messages and the metal components found at them.

FIPS and International Regions

It was discovered that the codes relating to possible international locations matched up with the FIPS Region Code list (http://efele.net/maps/fips-10/data/fips-all.txt), FIPS is an acronym for Federal Information Processing Standard, you can find more about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/?title=Federal_Information_Processing_Standard

The below are the suspected areas of the next drop sites:

FI11 - Uusimaa, Finland; HK - Hong Kong; JA14 - Ibaraki, Japan

Scrambled messages

On Monday 29th October 2012 we received new messages on this number. The messages contained the message "-to the following system status message" followed by some form of scrambled voices:

While the female voice remains constant, the scrambled voices appear to change with each call. It should be noted that the female voice before the scrambled message appears to be an Asterisk prompt clip named system-status-msg.gsm which says in full "Please listen carefully to the following system status message."



Scramblers replaced with ringing tones

Somewhere between June 5th and June 19th 2013 scramblers on 709-700-0122 were replaced with indefinite ringing tones.
http://dialer.otp22.com/2013-06-05%2013-47%20UTC%20-%20709-700-0122%20-%20*.wav
http://dialer.otp22.com/2013-06-19%2020-36%20UTC%20-%20709-700-0122%20-%20123456789*0%23.wav

In august is was still just ringing.
http://dialer.otp22.com/2013-08-23%2009-15%20UTC%20-%20709-700-0122%20-%200%23.wav
http://dialer.otp22.com/2013-08-11%2022-14%20UTC%20-%20709-700-0122%20-%20*%23.wav

In November 2013 number played happy music

/?title=User:Busy


I think i found binary code in happy song on 709 number. Encrypted same way as first message on 709 was (one that ymgve XORed).

HAPPY SONG reminded me on thing we called "ice cram van song" from here: http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=968126#968126 (vocaroo link here is dead, http://vocaroo.com/i/s0NSo678eHLJ, oldfags please check your HDDs for s0NSo678eHLJ.* and repost.)

Recordings of "happy song":

/?title=User:Busy

One example: http://dialer.otp22.com/2012-10.dir/2012-10-05%2003-34%20UTC%20-%20709-700-0122%20-%200.wav


Spectro: (my usual spetro making setup is terribly broken, so i can provide only this spectro from Spectrumlab) Someone else do proper one in audacity or our spetrogram16

Anyways spectrum is very similar to one from [url=http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=968126#968126 "ice cram van song" spectrogram]

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SOLVING

All needed and collected info is in: http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1026473#1026473

Looks like cipher is the same as it was in First message we decoded from 709

XXXXXXX SOLVED XXXXXXX

All recordings of happy song are from October 2012! Already solved year and a half ago. Details here: http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1026668#1026668