Message Desk/Investigation/Orders

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This page lists all the items we've ordered from the Message Desk.

Investigation This is an investigation subpage.

The information found here includes bleeding-edge updates, information dumps, and speculation.
The factual/summarized article for this page is: Message Desk/Investigation
Be sure to separate different subjects here using a new section and subtopics using ===Subsections===.

Item number Date Caller Response Received OTP Auth Used Notes
VID-ZEUS-0002 Feb 19 2013 Smugtrio
DOC-MDSK-0002 Feb 19 2013  ??
DOC-SEC-AS-0001 Feb 19 2013 Smugtrio
DOC-MDSK-0004 ??  
ab100 Dec 23 2012 Adah & Nadando No such person at address
ab101 Dec 23 2012 Adah & Nadando  
ab101-DOC Dec 23 2012 Adah & Nadando  
BOOK-CODE-30A Jan 7 2013 nadando  
BOOK-GUID-001 Jan 7 2013 nadando  
BOOK-OBST-003 Jan 7 2013 nadando  
DOC-MDSK-0004 Feb 25 2013 unknown  
MLPL-0000000 Feb 25 2013 Braco XGNIM TNCSJ OUXUV BOTNH FBYYG  
AB101-DOC March 10 2012 Braco KSKQJ DIHHX SENOG KSFVJ QDVIM  
AB101 (Reorder) March 10 2012 Smugtrio  
48VDCBANK-DOC March 10 2012 Smugtrio  
AB100 (Reorder) March 10 2012 Smugtrio  
PMKKS March 24 2012 Braco Slate/Slate Order Code
MAINT-0002 April 1 2013 L0j1k SGYYH KIFNS WGJPG SXYOU LYRUU See Note Below
DOC-MDSK-0004 April 1 2013 L0j1k IBSHX NKGDT VMRYP WVPKS FQGRN See Note Below
[RED BOOK BY TITLE] April 2 2013 L0j1k N/A See Note Below
MLPL-0000000 April 2 2013 L0j1k WFKXN JRULU GUJIX CFRTQ FYOQX See Note Below
OP-OTPMOD April 6 2013 L0j1k GXWHH QVXMM LUBQG VYPFT UIEER See Note Below

Unused Order Codes

Item number Order Status

How to order products using the message desk

Important Note: When you order a project, update the list of used lines below!

  • Call the desk and say AB000
  • Next say an unused line from the current OTP (currently A1BC1B). The following lines have been used:
FNCEV KOMMC WGCTP NNTWI GLWQP 
KPKBT UGLJL EXUSQ SENTM JIADP 
JDVGP RCPMO LDNHR VOACE FMYNS 
DSWNK QEDTT KLGHI PCIFU CUOKV 
RBBCH LQQJR BNXQE EQGEF FBNDF 
XPEAY PMEAF SHBCC PGSBO CPUTK 
URWQH FHJBE IUXMD NXAWP SUAJQ 
BTQKL IIAYR YKMLF JLCEH ASDXS 
OTWGX LRUFN RDNCW CGFHV KHPPO 
FPKVL QQVWA PHTOK ENVHV BHWUK 
KUXEM VSKFN NTSSB FJYXD SHGCR 
KBARF PRHEU WEPWO ESAUD WAVNR 
IOIGQ JOWGF QKDCE MUEMP LGJJG
XIRVY KCOHA DJPHC IOARX YMNAR 
XGNIM TNCSJ OUXUV BOTNH FBYYG 
KSKQJ DIHHX SENOG KSFVJ QDVIM
KMGSF MYKBF JKTBX XGBLF RDYVH
YDPNU KCQCD KJDQU CJMHJ QWTQH
IMULM DMIOA GPKNU IVHUS WTBJY
OVYNS EWIDV KHGFW CGLKK WWSCC
KWBNH HKLEY OFTBI NDNJP QVIPG
SGYYH KIFNS WGJPG SXYOU LYRUU
IBSHX NKGDT VMRYP WVPKS FQGRN
WFKXN JRULU GUJIX CFRTQ FYOQX
GXWHH QVXMM LUBQG VYPFT UIEER
  • You can now give your product codes and mailing address.

December 23 orders

Adah and Nadando ordered two "products": ab101 and ab101-doc

[10:35]   nadando   use AB000 to make an "order", 30004A to authorize that order
[10:10]   nadando   ok 
[10:10]   nadando   got somewhere 
[10:10]   nadando   AB000 
[10:10]   nadando   then he asks for auth code 
[10:10]   nadando   30004A 
[10:11]   nadando   then he says "and what is that" 
[10:11]   nadando   I say A1BC1B, "you need to put that in and tell me the result"
[10:15]   nadando   so AB000 is ABISM ORDERS 
[10:15]   nadando   which is who knows
[10:35]   Adah   So AB000 -> 30004A -> ???

On January 17 2013, black OTP message 18020 refused shipping of /OBJ/00001, saying "COURIER INDICATES NO SUCH PERSON AT ADDRESS."

January 7 order

  • Ordered by Nadando: BOOK-CODE-30A, BOOK-GUID-001, BOOK-OBST-003

February 19 order

When the message desk came back up after the long call, smugtrio placed an order.

s: (Female voice on my end)
m: Message Desk
s: Hi, sorry, I lost ya there.
m: Yeah, everything, went dead.. now it seems to be back up, I'm back at my normal prompt again.
s: Okay.
s: Okay, can you try uh, index (space, greater than) SYS (greater than) APP?
m: I mean, I'm at my normal prompt again
s: You're at your NORMAL prompt again?
m: Yes, I'm at the ABISM Prompt, I can query numbers.
s: Okay, can you try AB000?
m: Uhhhmmm kay, Okay.. Um, OTP Auth
s: What was that, OTP What?
m: AUTH this is where I get, where you give me a string of letters I believe.
s: Okay, it is IOIGQ
m: I-O-I-G-Q?
s: Correct. J O W G F
m: Uhh. J-O-W-G-F?
s: F as in Frank
m: Okay
s: Q K D as in David, C as in Charlie, E as in echo.
m: Uhhhkay
s: M U E M P
m: E, N or M
s: M as in uniform, I meant U as in Uniform
m: (Laughing) Okay, alright!
s: And then you got E M P, after U?
m: Okay, E N P
s: M as in Mary, P as in Paul.
m: Oh oh oh, MUEMP, got it.
s: Then L G, J J G.
m: L G J J G.  Alright, there we go, nowwww, order code.
s: V I D (dash) ZEUS (dash) 0002
m: Uhhh, what was that again?
s: VID V-I-D (dash) ZEUS (dash) 0002
m: Wait, what are the first letters?
s: VID like a video, V-I-D, V as in Victor, etc.
m: VID ZEUS, got it. 002
s: 0002
m: Okay VID ZEUS 0002, alright.  Address.
s: Hang on one sec.
-ADDRESS OMITTED-
m: Okay, I'll get that submitted.
s: Okay, is there anything else you need from me?

February 25th/26th Orders

Two orders were placed for DOC-MDSK-0004 and MLPL-0000000 respectively.

01 April 2013 Order

NOTE: Two previously-used OTP AUTH codes (XIRVY...YMNAR and KWBNH...QVIPG) were tried and verified as used. Message Desk ABISM machine returns a signed integer representing the "current" index offset from the "next" valid OTP AUTH code. For example, -8 was returned for the XIRVY...YMNAR and -1 was returned for KWBNH...QVIPG. Message Desk also indicated that "any key in the A-space" will work. Message Desk had some knowledge about the correct number of blocks in an OTP AUTH code (for example, a 4-block string was rejected as incorrect by Message Desk without entering it into ABISM).

01 April 2013 Order

NOTE: I (L0j1k) ordered this reference after getting stonewalled by Message Desk when seeking clarification (per GRC/pink book) about single-use inquiry codes. Also, I get the feeling that Message Desk is not fully cooperating with ABISM orders. Now on my second order, it feels as though the transaction is incomplete, even after Message Desk "submits" the order information. It's hard to explain but you might be able to hear it if you listen carefully to the part where I say "Okay, thank you" after submitting my address information (which is edited out).

02 April 2013 Order -- RED BOOK

  • Ordered by L0j1k: Red Book "Legacy of the Postal Reorganization Act" [NO ORDER CODE] (audio of transaction: TBA)

NOTE: I (L0j1k) initiated a Return Call Request earlier in which I indicated to MD that I needed to reorder Red Book but did not have order code. MD indicated that he could check to see which city to send the order to. I immediately called back with the appropriate Geographic Response Code (from Global Response Code book) to initiate a message to that city, and requested the red book: "Request Red Book 'Legacy of the Postal Reorganization Act' be sent to address [my address in Hawaii], ship care of [my name and former military rank, to maintain my level of rapport]." It should be noted that MD took my name and former rank as SGT XXXXX. When I asked him to repeat back the information, he used the word "Sargeant" instead of "SGT" indicating that MD has a depth of knowledge about the military that most American civilians do not. UPDATE (03 April 2013): I received a response on the appropriate city code indicating that the wrong city was input and MD indicated the correct region of the city so that I could place the order through the appropriate city code. I called back and initiated an order request very similar to the one above, and received a response code. This morning (before MD went offline for the rest of the day), I checked the response code and was prompted for a phone number. I input the phone number I have been using for all transactions with OTP22 (a 202 area code number through Skype).

02 April 2013 Order

NOTE: Pretty cut and dry order, though I did ask if MD could remember the unit part of address (he could not). I (L0j1k) seem to be building more of a professional rapport with MD and will continue with this plan of attack through the week in order to attempt to maximize information flow from MD about various subjects (and perhaps get the attention of PMs by using an aggressive ordering schedule). This time I inquired if there were some response code or something else I needed to verify the order, and he offered to attach a phone number, which I gave for MD to append to order.

06 April 2013 Order

  • Ordered by L0j1k: OP-OTPMOD (audio of transaction: TBA)

NOTE: Very cut and dry. No extraneous questions asked, no extraneous information given by MD. I (L0j1k) have been trying to get through to MD over the last few days, but it has been increasingly difficult to do so for some reason. MD claims that he is busy with calls.