|Chapters & Clues|
Messages - Sean DowlingEdit
The message itself contains Morse Code, which corresponds to a hidden message of "OPENSTEGO", in reference to an open source steganography software.
Web Browser - James Clerk MaxwellEdit
Sam visits a website called AnswerMyQuestions.org in order to search for the term "Maxwell". It yields several results, one of which linking to a page on James Clerk Maxwell, naming him a "pioneer of electromagnetism".
Sam sent e-mail to Tracey inquiring about the strange electrical disturbance that occurred on the bridge of the Christiane I. Tracey replies that the disturbance was most likely caused by lightning, a temporary failure inside the electrical system, or a strong wave of electromagnetic energy. Tracey directs his attention to a website known as BaliHolidayFun.com and suggests that he take a holiday as soon as he can.
Bali Holiday FunEditTracey's email leads the user to BaliHolidayFun.com. The page itself contains no links or navigation, however, there is an e-mail address at the bottom of the page: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sending an e-mail to this address, will reply with an e-mail containing scrambled characters, and hidden within is a link to a picture of a Stegosaurus. The subject of the e-mail is "Amuses Mr Ole", an anagram for Samuel Morse. Opening the photo in the OPENSTEGO program, prompts a pop-up requesting a password.