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W3bK3rN3l radio outpost
wbknl-000005
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KG-84 encrypted MIL-STD 188-110B
Message made on an ISB circuit
--> Croughton (AJE)
--> Sigonella (NSY)  

{
Several theorists suggest that this is a secret communication
station for a secret society, agency, or government, to be used
to communicate in an unbreakable, bizarre cipher. Several major
events and military exercises that have taken place during
intercepts of w3bk3rn3l's radio transmissions back the theory
}
 
1....<|.|>.......19..............35........|*...$!........%"..:wq

==> BEGIN ENCRYPTION

We need to generate a lot of random bytes. It is a good idea to
perform some other action (type on the keyboard, move the mouse,
utilize the disks) during the prime generation; this gives the
random number generator a better chance to gain enough entropy.

ERROR_ENCRYPTION_FAILED
6000 (0x1770)
The specified file could not be encrypted.

Aborting...

>BOT

It seems that my messages are not being encrypted!

For the last few hours I've been very busy compiling a batch of
files with most of the source code of KG-84 encryption algorithm.
The code here compiles and runs using the WBKNL language on the
L73 operating system running on a ISB circuit.  

The code is definitely non-portable.  Parts of it are written in
WBKNL assembly code (e.g., *.wkl and *.w3b files).  Other parts
are written in M-WBKNL (e.g., k3r* files).  There may be other
parts that require other language translators.

I don't know if you are going to be able to decipher my messages
cos there is no guarantee that parts of the source code are not
missing.

-- w3bk3rn3l (me@Lagrange.l73)
   Radio Communications Department
   Lagrange L73
   SOL system, LGR 188-110B


[#$%&"/&&"%!$$$ --> noise]  

>EOT