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    "description": "Encoded private ping via HDN Proxy Router…\n\nIkora, thought you'd want to see this. It presents as binary in our systems, but something is splicing hashes in. I pulled it from the Tower's Nexus Iso-feed. It's all over FWC networks… and elsewhere.\n\n| 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01100011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || \n\nMy guess is the lettering indicates some kind of audible tone-code pattern, but I haven't listened to it. \n\nOne of my subordinates has isolated minor pitch fluctuations represented here as: \"#\". \n\nThese are foreign elements to otherwise normal binary code. \n\nSee attached report for archival information on binary code. \n\n—Aunor",
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    "description": "Encoded private ping via HDN Proxy Router…\n\nIkora, thought you'd want to see this. It presents as binary in our systems, but something is splicing hashes in. I pulled it from the Tower's Nexus Iso-feed. It's all over FWC networks… and elsewhere.\n\n| 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || 01000011.# 01000101 01000110.# 01000100.# 01000010 01000100.# 01000101 01000001.# || \n\nMy guess is the lettering indicates some kind of audible tone-code pattern, but I haven't listened to it. \n\nOne of my subordinates has isolated minor pitch fluctuations represented here as \"#\". \n\nThese are foreign elements to otherwise normal binary code. \n\nSee attached report for archival information on binary code. \n\n—Aunor",
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