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This is a very large binary dataset from a “Rare” DSS-1 found in Narrow Canal.  Although decrypting from binary might seem like a simple decoding task, all I get is a lot of punctuation and symbols.  If you would like to take a look, it can be downloaded HERE.

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This is another one that was in perfect condition.  It was recovered a couple of years ago in Ekoos Stop by Hammer-BS.
c3 bc 79 c3 a2 25 c3 ba 70 6b 20 64 20 70 20 65 72 61 20 64 61 75 71 73 20 67 6e 69 6d 69 61 6c 63 20 65 68 74 20 66 6f 20 73 72 65 62 6d 65 6d 20 66 69 20 2e 6d 69 61 6c 63 20 72 69 65 68 74 20 64 6e 65 66 65 64 20 6f 74 20 74 6e 65 73 65 72 70 20 65 72 61 20 64 61 75 71 73 20 67 6e 69 6d 69 61 6c 63 20 65 68 74 20 66 6f 20 73 72 65 62 6d 65 6d 20 6f 6e 20 66 69 20 72 6f 20 2c 64 65 6d 69 61 6c 63 6e 75 20 73 69 20 72 6f 74 63 65 73 20 65 68 74 20 66 69 20 64 61 75 71 73 20 72 75 6f 79 20 6f 74 20 6d 69 61 6c 63 20 65 68 74 20 72 65 66 73 6e 61 72 74 20 6c 6c 69 77 20 72 6f 74 63 65 73 20 61 20 6e 69 20 64 6e 61 6d 6d 6f 63 20 6d 69 61 6c 63 20 71 73 2f 20 65 68 74 20 67 6e 69 75 73 73 69 20 2e 72 6f 74 63 65 73 20 65 68 74 20 6e 69 20 73 74 6f 6c 69 70 20 6f 74 20 64 65 79 61 6c 70 73 69 64 20 6f 73 6c 61 20 65 72 61 20 72 6f 74 63 65 73 20 61 20 66 6f 20 65 74 61 74 73 20 67 6e 69 67 6e 61 68 63 20 65 68 74 20 67 6e 69 64 72 61 67 65 72 20 73 65 67 61 73 73 65 6d 20 2e 6c 65 6e 6e 61 68 63 20 6d 6f 63 20 3a 72 61 77 20 65 68 74 20 6e 6f 20 64 65 79 61 6c 70 73 69 64 20 65 72 61 20 73 72 6f 74 63 65 73 20 66 6f 20 73 75 74 61 74 73 20 67 6e 69 67 6e 61 68 63 20 65 68 74 20 6e 6f 20 73 74 72 6f 70 65 72 20 65 74 75 6e 69 6d 2d 79 62 2d 65 74 75 6e 69 6d 20 2e 79 61 6c 72 65 76 6f 20 6e 65 65 72 63 73 20 70 61 6d 20 61 20 6e 6f 20 64 65 79 61 6c 70 73 69 64 20 64 6e 61 20 64 65 64 72 6f 63 65 72 20 73 69 20 73 6d 69 61 6c 63 20 72 6f 74 63 65 73 20 6e 6f 20 6e 6f 69 74 61 6d 72 6f 66 6e 69 20 2e 65 6e 69 6c 20 6e 69 20 73 72 65 62 6d 65 6d 20 64 61 75 71 73 20 72 69 65 68 74 20 70 65 65 6b 20 6f 74 20 74 63 61 20 72 6f 20 2c 65 73 6e 65 66 65 64 20 66 6f 20 79 72 74 73 69 6e 69 6d 20 69 72 74 20 65 68 74 20 6f 74 20 6a 2d 32 33 32 34 2d 63 73 20 6d 72 6f 66 20 74 69 6d 62 75 73 20 6f 74 20 64 65 73 69 76 64 61 20 65 72 61 20 73 72 65 62 6d 65 6d 20 64 61 75 71 73 20 6c 6c 61 20 79 62 20 64 6c 65 68 20 67 6e 69 65 62 20 72 65 77 6f 70 20 73 69 68 74 20 6f 74 20 74 63 65 6a 62 6f 20 6f 68 77 20 73 72 65 64 61 65 6c 20 64 61 75 71 73 20 2e 72 6f 74 63 65 73 20 61 20 6d 69 61 6c 63 20 6f 74 20 64 6e 61 6d 6d 6f 63 20 6d 69 61 6c 63 20 71 73 2f 20 65 68 74 20 65 75 73 73 69 20 79 61 6d 20 64 61 75 71 73 20 61 20 66 6f 20 72 65 62 6d 65 6d 20 79 6e 61 20 2e 64 61 75 71 73 20 61 20 79 62 20 64 65 6d 69 61 6c 63 20 65 62 20 79 61 6d 20 6e 6f 63 61 65 62 20 61 20 68 74 69 77 20 72 6f 74 63 65 73 20 79 6e 61 20 2e 72 6f 74 63 65 73 20 61 20 67 6e 69 6d 69 61 6c 63 20 66 6f 20 73 73 65 63 6f 72 70 20 65 68 74 20 66 6f 20 74 72 61 70 20 6c 61 74 6e 65 6d 61 64 6e 75 66 20 61 20 6d 72 6f 66 20 73 6e 6f 63 61 65 62 20 69 72 74 20 65 68 74

This one was in perfect condition and the recovery was simple, complete and brief.  It was from a DSS1 “Gold” recovered in Sea of Shadows (I believe by Hifly):

00110101 00110101 00100000 00110001 00110100 00110100 00100000 00110110 00110001 00110000 00100000 00110011 00110111 00110111 00100000 00110010 00110011 00110011 00100000 00110010 00110001 00100000 00110011 00110100 00100000 00111000 00111001

This was obviously binary.  It decrypted to:

55 144 610 377 233 21 34 89

This is a recovery from a “rare” condition DSS4 found in Outer Roh cloud.  It’s brief and seemed very clean. I was able to recover the entire dataset without any evident corruption.  That being said, it’s not encoded in any way I have run across before.

qhkz gqd … ghhi rw iorz kflkz zrqn rw hydk xrb .hwdk gqd udhi qr iorz nfdoe hkw ;kwldi gqd hyro qr vhylukw iorz hwlkz hkw .iorz hwlkz d gqd iorz nfdoe d .vx ir kfdh ql vhyorz rzw hud huhkw

Thanks to RazorsKiss for his initial decryption work on this, and to Hammer-BS by taking that and converting it to this audio file.

Unfortunately, all of that work … and it’s just a Cromforge ad for the Haven Shield (and a very clipped/corrupted version at that).  Pretty ironic given recent news from Cromforge.  And I believe that’s the voice of Johnny Prime . . . who we recently have seen back in space!