which I assume is Clue 3, but the steg is also ciphered, but it seems like a non-simple cipher to me as, assuming it is a URL, the “t” is both an “a” and an “e”. Also a 2 character top level domain is odd.
I wonder if the steg has a password for the right info, and the passwordless entry is a false clue.
It’s actually on my to-do list. Now if someone else would like to do if for me great and thank you! Otherwise I’ll eventually make a thread for each of the 3 eggs that are basically a spoiler enclosed step by step breakdown of how to get through the egg and solve each step of the puzzle.
I’m also going to make a thread that condenses some basic resources and information about the entire process to help bring any new users that want to join in up to speed
I hate these. Based on the last upload it was sent to a specific upload website which I assume is the same one. So we essentially have all but the last link (possibly) I attempted to decode but I GOT STUCK
It’s a web address. So the first bit is https//
And the previous decode from the Easter eggs was a specific upload site (I won’t name to spoil) site, which fits. So the last part from the / is the only bit that should in theory need deciphering
Don’t wanna ruin your fun. Where does help end, and a spoiler begin? (not fully cracked…yet)
FYI - I have no knowledge of what tricky Rodman has done with these eggs, or process for any of them. I just want everyone to know I’m just playing along as well. And spending WAY too much time doing so! Addicting .
Well considering you figured out it was a vigenere cipher so quickly your putting a bit of a damper on my fun… i expected it to be at least 2 or 3 days before someone discovered the clue to that and determined what it meant lol