Today on Quantum Vibe:
Using enemy assets
Strip 773 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Wed 2014-02-19
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Zeke Bieser
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The Transcript For This Page
Just the girls in the monitor room now. Murphy and Nicole stand behind Pandora who is seated at her station.
Murphy: You have mapped the entire Jovian Subnet.
Nicole: Using the enemy's infrastructure to meet your own needs.
Switch view so we can see the girls' faces.
Nicole: But how do you link unless you become a node?
Nicole: And once you're a node, how do you avoid detection?
Pandora: We use a virtual node, distributed across the network on an encrypted block-chain.
Pandora: It's an old secure-comm software plug-in from before the Calamities, called 'FreeSpeechMe,' based on a protocol called 'Namecoin' for reasons I'm not clear about.
Pandora: Dr. O'Murchadha re-discovered it and updated it for our needs.
The girls share smiles.
Nicole: Pre-Calamies? 'Software plug-in?' Not even Seamus is that old.
Murphy: I imagine he found a document describing it in some ancient archive on Luna.
Pandora: The man is a walking wikipedia solaria.