Encapsulating

Christmas Cyber Security Challenge 2013 – Polar Bear revisited

So I pulled this out of the polar.png image

DZKPN ZNNRC
EHEIE TZDLZ
AOZCX HCZZD
RPTTT EAAPO
ZEHUZ ZNTLT
SZERP SZZUZ
AYZEA OBTSJ
NOCZR LEHZR
TUUTT UZIQS
AZTHZ TFSFB
ZLEEO IOZUX
IIZZF OUUFZ

Translates to:

DEAR SANTA I HOPE YOU LIKE THE CUTE PICTURE THE NEXT PART OF THE SOLUTION CAN BE FOUND AT THIS URL PLUS QFUFC DOT JRSBX (Z)

I have tried:

https://cybersecuritychallenge.org.uk/%2bQFUFC.JRSBX
https://cybersecuritychallenge.org.uk/%2bQFUFC.JRSBXZ
https://cybersecuritychallenge.org.uk/QFUFC.JRSBXZQFUFC.JRSBX

No luck, my guess is the last Z is significant, almost suggesting that there is more message to be seen. This may also explain the last ‘R’ in the Dear Santa revisited post, more of the message is hidden somewhere. The plot thickens.

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One response

  1. TCHB

    Did you notice in the source there is also another noise file, and another pgm file? I can retrieve the noise file but not the pgm. Makes me think that there was a false solution and there is an even bigger solution somewhere. Did you ever figure out C4?

    30 December, 2013 at 3:49 am

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