Data Stick 1Edit
Sent: 20/10/2002 02:09
Subject: Latest Transfer
Just wanted to draw your attention to some of the files in the latest FTP'd stuff from Dougherty's PC. Those 'TSA' files stand for Transportation Federal Security Administration, we think they're CIA confirmations of digital access keys for federal air traffic servers. Is that useful? Just wanted to make sure you saw it.
Data Stick 2Edit
Sent: 20/10/2002 02:47
Subject: RE: Latest Transfer
TIMOFEI YOU INCOMPETENT ASS,
WHAT ARE YOU DOING SENDING ME INSECURE MAILS?!?!?
USE PRETTY GOOD PRIVACY OR DON'T SEND ME SQUAT!!! IF YOU SEND ME ANY MORE UNENCRYPTED MAILS I'LL HAVE GRINKO GET INTIMATE WITH YOUR EYE SOCKETS!!!
- pHilip MAsSE -
post script - of course the air traffic files are useful. ;)
Data Stick 3Edit
Sent: 23/10/2002 16:23
Subject: Wall Mines
Pavel says he briefed you on the wall mines. But I want to make sure you understand. They are EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. Do not think that they are a toy.
The mines detect motion by emitting an infrared pulse every half second. If you move too quickly during that pulse, YOU'RE DEAD, Ruslan.
When you place the mine on a wall, it will self-activate. It will beep rapidly for one second, and then emit a solid tone for a second more. After that, it's LIVE and DANGEROUS. So set the mine and move back quickly.
If you need to move a mine, APPROACH IT SLOWLY. And only try to grab it when the GREEN LIGHT IS ON. This is important. GRAB THE MINE WHEN THE GREEN LIGHT IS ON.
You will know you screwed up if the light starts blinking faster. When that happens, RUN AWAY AS FAST AS YOU CAN.
Be careful Ruslan, I worry about you.
Data Stick 4Edit
Sent: 26/10/2004 23:35
Subject: FW: Server irregularities
We got this ten minutes ago from a clerk at one of the ISPs subcontracting from Kalinatek before we bought them out. We don't think we need to worry about the FBI yet, but they might go to the better business bureau. What should we do? We're going to need more resources if we're expected to keep pretending like we're an internet startup.
These Russian mafia goons want to go to the clerk's house and slit his throat. God, these guys creep me out.
ATT: Server irregularities.
Data Stick 5Edit
Sent: 28/10/2004 12:16
I really feel we are not being cautious enough in our monitoring of Dougherty's PC. Unless he is a complete nincompoop or suffering from some nervous affliction, he is bound to catch on to our spying.
We would be much safer monitoring bundled files, intermittently transmitted, rather than this steady tapping of the data stream. I've stated these concerns before without result, and want to be on the record with my point of view.
Data Stick 6Edit
I've gone very carefully through all the files we pulled from Dougherty's machine and can find no mention of this 'Ark.' Your message suggested it would be high on the CIA's list of threats to national security, but this does not appear to be the case.
We will keep monitoring Dougherty's PC and hope for the best. I feel strongly that we should not attempt to insert another 'peep hole' into Langley's data stream. I do not think we will be presented with another opportunity as advantageous as Dougherty.
Data Stick 7Edit
Sent: 31/10/2004 18:22
Subject: Door Code
Had to make a last-minute change. The keypad code for the back door on floor 3 is 1250.
Data Stick 8Edit
Sent: 30/10/2004 23:11
Subject: RE: The attacks
You're being way too sensitive about all this. We can't expect to fight a war without casualties, military or otherwise.
The United States is a terrorist nation. We cannot fight terror except by terror, and of course our work results in human deaths. Man up, Timofei. This is what we've been working for. Be glad it's going so well.
Data Stick 9Edit
Sent: 31/10/2004 11:51
Subject: Door Code
The server room door code is now 2295. Please commit this message to memory and then destroy any copies. Thank you.
Data Stick 10Edit
Sent: 31/10/2004 17:18
Subject: re: metal detector
No, the metal detector cannot give you cancer. Your guard post is a safe one. Don't let yourself get distracted.
Today's keypad code for the security door next to your post is 97531. Please commit this to memory and destroy this message. Thanks.
Data Stick 11Edit
Sent: 31/10/2004 21:03
Subject: Archives Room
Today's keypad code for the Archives Room is 01117. You've been especially bad about keeping these emails. Please, commit this code to memory and destroy this message. I don't want to catch you anymore standing next to a keypad reading this off FlashRAM. Happy Halloween.
Data Stick 12Edit
Sent: ERROR 01/11/04 00:48
Subject: run run run
theyve cut the phone lines I hope to god this get out theyre killing everybody
THEYRE KILLING EVERYBODY
DONT TRUST NIKOLADZE OR MASSE OR GRINKO
run get away from them
i know you're stuck in some northern tundra of
russia but it doesn't matter just run
the mercenaries they hired theyre killing us all
theyre killing the programmers
jesus god i dont want to die
tell the others tell the programmers
THEYRE KILLING US ALL
SUBJECT: Phone Transcript
Following is a transcription of a telephone call between Anna Grimsdottir and an unidentified Georgian mercenary, alias "Ivan."
TEXT: AG: 911 Emergency.
IVAN: What the hell? I've been transferred 3 times. This is an emergency!
AG: Sir, are you in immediate danger?
IVAN: Yes I'm in danger! They're going (static)
AG: Are you still there, sir? Hello?
IVAN: Yes! You've got to help me! I can tell your government things.
AG: What's your location?
IVAN: The Kalinatek Building. You have to hurry. I triggered a fire alarm.
IVAN: What I'm saying is that I'm safe for now, they can't get through the fire doors, but when they figure it out I'm dead!
AG: Can I have your name, sir?
IVAN: What? Um. Call me Ivan. Listen, tell your government I'm valuable.
IVAN: I work for these people. The Georgians. Kombayn Nikoladze. I know things.
AG: If you'd like to tell me
IVAN: Ha! Get me out alive, and I talk. Until then nothing.