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cyTus_Server08_698_08_15 20:19:10

Mark

My part of the investigation is finished. How you looking over there?

[ROBO_Head]

Mr. Mark, hello. This unit, has completed a structural analysis of Tequila's main code. I will send you a detailed report soon.

Mark

 More detailed than I thought it would be. I've gotta say, this isn't what you'd expect from some nobody musician.

[ROBO_Head]

This unit does not possess enough samples to determine the average musician's ability to analyze code. I'm sorry, Mr. Mark. Gimme a sec.
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Mark

 Looked it over. The conclusion is basically correct. The problem is the code's self destruct feature.

[ROBO_Head]

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Mark

 The code doesn't allow outsiders in once it's activated and it self-destructs after it runs.

[ROBO_Head]

There's no way to trace it.

Mark

 Is it possible to edit it?

[ROBO_Head]

The structure is complicated and many security mechanisms are in place. Judgment: Extremely difficult to implement.

Mark

  If that's what you think, then it's probably impossible. Looks like Diego's hacker isn't some dummy. No wonder he was so confident.

[ROBO_Head]

Mr. Mark, allow me to ask a question.

Mark

Sure.

[ROBO_Head]

Question: Instead of editing the code itself, what if we manipulated the code's priorities from a higher access level. Perhaps that would create the possibility of preserving the code?

Mark

Should be possible. But we'd need Tequila's source code. That data isn't in the code. The developer has it. That way he can keep updating the code. However, your report indicates that it's not made in cyTus, right?

[ROBO_Head]

That is correct. This unit searched all locations in cyTus where codes are developed. There were no traces of data related to Tequila.

Mark

Then that's not gonna work. Which means the hacker used their own equipment to write the code and simulated the internet to test it. The drug disappears as soon as someone uses it. No trace left behind.

[ROBO_Head]

Continue.

Mark

There's no way the hacker could perfectly replicate cyTus, which explains why so many users are suffering psychological side-effects. The effects of the drug were set at insane levels and not properly tested.

[ROBO_Head]

News reports indicate that there have been a total of 16 comas. This unit hypothesizes that the probability that every one is connected to Tequila is extremely high.

Mark

But that doesn't mean much, does it? Just means that they're more advanced than we imagined.

[ROBO_Head]

This unit understands. Aborting analyses of related reports.

Mark

That's not what I meant. Just annoying, that's all.

[ROBO_Head]

 Question: Is it because the investigation hasn't made progress that Mr. Mark is upset and anxious?

Mark

But we've got to continue. We can't let Diego get away with this.

[ROBO_Head]

Mr. Mark, please tell this unit what it should do.

Mark

Well, we gotta keep collecting reports. If we can't find the hacker and get the source code, we're not gonna get anywhere. Even if we give the code to A.R.C., they'll be stuck where we are.

[ROBO_Head]

Question: Does Mr. Mark possess the ability to approximate where the hacker may be?

Mark

I'll check if the Administration Bureau has any more clues, but I'm not holding out hope. I'll bet they can't even confirm that Baro is involved. You see? Since they can't help, we're just gonna have to do it ourselves.

[ROBO_Head]

 This unit will do its best.

Mark

 That's all for now. Hope next time we meet we'll have some better news.
[Signal Lost]


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