posted on Sep, 16 2017 @ 12:20 PM
a reply to: GoatJuggler
Yea I'm still stuck on the cryptobin, I spent to long trying to find out if that is a secure way to send encrypted text. Who owns cryptobin? Do they
still store the original text in a database or maybe the password used to unlock it?
Speculating if this is the real cicada why would they use a service that has potential for the creators of the website to see what the encrypted text
hides. So either they somehow know they don't store original text or the password or this is just someone having fun.
Besides the point they have announced they will not be using pgp to sign any more messages. They said they will be using some type of quantum
encryption but for now there encryption signature proof can still be used by classical computation.
One of the previous puzzles confirmed from cicada using there pgp signature said to look to the stars.
This image has the cicada looking to the moon and the number you just posted: 13313 seems almost like a frequency: 133.13 MHz the reason why I say
this is anything under 300mhz is a long range transmission. 13(3+1+3) = 137 MHz
Weather satellites run on the 137 MHz band for downlinks. I've had my SDR running non stop and I have 3 different antenna's hooked up I just got my
first transmission this morning minutes ago on 133.13 MHz from NOAA 16.
Using the software available to decode weather satellite transmissions has brought me nothing at all. So I looked into NOAA 16 its decommissioned. If
they were to "hack" a satellite to constantly send down a message that would be ideal?
I could be totally on the wrong path here but one thing I find strange if its decommissioned and all sources say the downlink is off why is it
transmitting clearly on the 133.13 MHz range...?
edit on 16-9-2017 by AutoInsider because: (no reason given)