Mr. Robot ARG/Season 3/Episodes

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Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1

Season 3, Episode 1 of Mr. Robot, titled eps3.0_power-saver-mode.h, aired on October 11, 2017. The episode contained several notable ARG clues.

License Plates

The prop menu of the NYPD tools site

Irving, in order to call off an FBI car following him, uses an NYPD plate lookup service. The license plate of the FBI SUV is UVM7482, which he uses to find the VIN number, 1HGCM8Z633A0043F2.


The QR code from the first episode of Season 3

A poster with a QR code on it was discovered in the episode. Scanning this QR code led to, which was ostensibly a resume page for a Dylan C. Roberts. Prominently displayed on his resume was his experience with E Corp, which confirmed that Dylan C. Roberts was, indeed, a fictional character.

Several "Contact Me" links on Dylan's page led to the profile of Reddit user BCC4Life, who was active 2 years ago - presumably, BCC4Life is Dylan's handle online. His activity was confined to the /r/inside_e_corp subreddit, which also only displayed activity from 2 years ago. This was particularly interesting given that, at the time of discovery, the /r/inside_e_corp subreddit had only been a community for 1 month (according to its sidebar). This discrepancy was later fixed, but suggested that the Reddit adminstrators may have been involved with the ARG themselves.

At the time of discovery, several other users had posted on /r/inside_e_corp, including:

Some of the NPC users from /r/inside_e_corp were found to have posted on three other fake subreddits: /r/ZenArtofAutoDetailing, /r/REALMysterySpot, and /r/TheEclecticSlide. These subreddits were similar to /r/inside_e_corp, in that all of their activity had taken place 2 years ago. All of these subreddits were private - only approved users could make submissions.

Four posts, one on each of the four subreddits, conspicuously mentioned the number 264 (1, 2, 3, 4). In these 4 posts, the following five emoticons were used: :O :d :c :x :E. When rearranged, the letters used in the emoticons spell codex, and when combined with the number 264, this clue hints at the H.264 codex, which is used in video compression. At this time, it is unclear if this puzzle holds any further significance.

Minesweeper Game

One of the episode's main plot points was hacking a minesweeper game for a "Capture the Flag" hacking challenge. After the episode aired,, the hub site for the Mr. Robot ARG, was updated with a file, which generates a Minesweeper game identical to the one described in the show. (Note: The game will not run properly on Windows, only on Linux systems.) Additionally, the game is vulnerable to a very particular exploit, the same exploit that was used in the show to hack the game and win the challenge.

More information on the Minesweeper game and its exploit can be found here.

Season 3, Episode 2

Season 3, Episode 2 of Mr. Robot, titled eps3.1_undo.gz, aired on October 18, 2017. At one point in the episode, the subreddits discovered in the previous episode were shown. Additionally, Episode 2 contained several notable ARG clues.

EC_NY Portal

The email linking to

Immediately after the episode was aired, an email was sent to ARG players who had signed up for E Coin. This email encouraged players to visit, where a new desktop portal had become available. This portal was titled EC_NY, and was, presumably, the desktop of an E-Corp machine located in New York. The desktop contained several items:

  • A folder titled "HR Form Drafts" containing several drafts of a complaint against an employee, Samar Swailem
  • A folder titled "Documents" containing floor plans, a map of E-Corp storage facilities, and a link to various E-Corp employee forms
  • A "Nameplate Maker" app that allows a user to generate their own E-Corp nameplate
  • The Employee Training video that was shown in the episode

None of these items appear to have any hidden meaning attached to them.

"Plans" Archive

The QR code concealed in the "plans.rar" archive

At one point in the episode, a URL is visible: Visiting that link yielded the following text:


This data is encoded in Base64, and can be decoded (eg. with this site). By opening the decoded file as a RAR file, its contents could be extracted. The RAR archive contained an image of a QR code, which, when scanned, led here. This page contains a real-world exploit that was used by the FBI in this episode of Mr. Robot, to view a target's monitor. Because this page is publicly accessible, it is thought to be the conclusion of this particular puzzle trail.

E-Corp Webmail

The first slide of the presentation discovered using the username RETRO and password PORTAL

Another link was shown in the episode at one point: Visiting this website yields a login prompt. In the episode, two characters' login credentials were shown:

[email protected] / aboynamedg00
peter.mccleery / tapitback!

Using each of these login credentials yielded the following 2 error messages:


Both error numbers contain a series of digits followed by a series of letters. By taking the letters in the positions of the digits, two distinct anagrams were discovered:

1 34   89
Anagram: RETRO

123 5 78
Anagram: PORTAL

Logging into the website with the username RETRO and the password PORTAL links to a PDF file containing a presentation that was seen in the show.

E-Corp Badge

The QR code on Elliot's E-Corp Badge

At one point in the episode, a QR code is shown on Elliot's E-Corp employee badge. Scanning the QR code leads to this URL:

No puzzles have been found on this webpage.

E-Corp Shipping

A link was shown in the episode at one point: Visiting this website yields a login prompt - the correct login credentials have yet to be determined.

Season 3, Episode 3

Season 3, Episode 3 of Mr. Robot, titled, aired on October 25, 2017.

Babycam IP

A frame of the static from the babycam site

At one point in the episode, the following IP address was shown:, which links to This website is ostensibly a webcam monitoring site, which was used in the show to watch an infant. Instead of a video feed, the webpage randomly selects an image of static, which is a GIF file.

In the last frame of the static, a hidden message can be seen:

Mr Robot S3E3 Static Message.png

Cleaned up (the message is written using color index 4, so setting all other colors to white makes it readily apparent):

68 65 72 65

This is hexadecimal for the word here. At this time, the significance of the word is unclear. The static animation changes roughly every 6 hours. There have been four distinct static animations found thus far. Each have hidden messages as well, but on a different frame, and with a different color value:

Link Frame Ciphertext Plaintext Color (hex) Color (ascii)
1 3 77 65 26 23 33 39 3b 72 65 we're 74 44 44 t D D
2 5 61 6c 6c all 44 4c 74 D L t
3 2 6d 61 64 mad 4a 74 44 J t D
4 6 68 65 72 65 here 74 44 71 t D q

Together, these 4 words form the sentence we're all mad here, a reference to Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. The meaning of the different colors is currently unknown.

The Daily 5/9

ARG players with access to an Amazon Echo device or Reverb (for Android and iPhone), were able to play a minigame called "The Daily 5/9", which could be enabled as a Skill at The objective of the game is to get a file for James, the main character, from Phillip Price. Once enabled, the guide to completing the skill is as follows (the guide will begin after you say "Alexa, play The Daily 5/9" and listen to the news segment from Frank Cody):

1. Yes
2. 1
3. Hello Friend
4. Office
5. Bus
6. Ignore
7. Steal a Badge
8. Steal Co-Worker's Badge
9. Threaten Her
10. Reconnect
11. Decrypt the File
12. Find Another Way
13. get in Vehicle
14. Yes
15. Purple
16. Yes
17. No
18. Seagull
19. Go to the Town Car
20. Yes

Note that options 4-18 are only recommendations. Any choices you make between that range all lead to the arcade. Also note that option 19 is not specifically said in the dialogue. Instead, it's implied as "something unplanned" by Jason. After following the steps though 19, you will get a message from Whiterose:

[Whiterose]: I am both impressed and surprised. Usually, I am neither. Your bold choice has earned you 80 seconds of my time.

[Jason]: I... don't understand.

[Whiterose]: Oh, no. You do not speak. I have no time for that. What I do is look for potential that will help mine. At the beginning of this, you were like a flipped coin, tossed into the air, how you landed was yet to be known. What fascinates me is the quantum state suggests you were both. Heads and tails. Yes and no. A 1 and a 0. But this lasted only until you were observed. Until you were tested with the choices you made. Only then, your nature became known. And gave me a better understanding of your usefulness. I look forward to meeting you in person. 

[Jason]: What? 

[Whiterose]: I'm not talking to you, James. You are insignificant. I'm talking to the little bee, buzzing in your ear. I have an appointment to keep. And James, drop this silly charade. This test is over.

After the game is finished, the player is told that they are now a "full member of the Dark Army", and that they are "now being monitored and will be notified of future missions".

Season 3, Episode 4

Season 3, Episode 4 of Mr. Robot, titled eps3.3_metadata.par2, aired on November 1, 2017.

Dark Army Mask

6526 x 8192 Dark Army Mask

In the scene where Eliot is hacking E Corp Shipping via a Struts vulnerability (not the same used against Equifax, but similar), the IP address is visible. The IP address redirects to This site appears to be a Chinese file browser, with folders called Video, Image, Document, Download, etc. In the Recent and Image folders, there are two images. The desktop Ubuntu Kylin background image appears to be a stock image, but the Dark Army mask (on right), though appearing low resolution, is actually a very high resolution 6526 x 8192 pixel image.

Zooming in to the center grey 'pixel' just below the black mouth, and adjusting the color curves to separate the low contrast data reveals the following message:

S03E04 Dark Army Mask Message Enhanced.png

This is a misattributed quote to the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland. Nothing else of note has been found on this website.

Also shown on the same screen as the IP address above is a link to This appears to be a static page, with no relevance to the ARG.

EC_NY Portal Update

Password Memo

After the airing of Episode 4, the EC_NY Documents folder was updated with two new images. One is a document from E Corp Information Security Dep't with a reminder of E Corp's company policy concerning password strength:

  • A minimum of 8 characters
  • Uppercase letters
  • Lowercase letters
  • Numbers
  • Special characters

There is an conspicuously underlined and bolded word, overlook, at the end of the document, which is notable for being eight characters long.

Screening Poster

The other new image is a flyer for a screening of the cult film classic Hackers movie, with a quote from the movie about the most commonly used passwords being 'love', 'sex', 'secret', and 'god' (left blank in the poster). There were a number of references in Episode 4 to the characters Elliot and Tyrell becoming gods.

The significance of these two documents is not yet understood, but appear to be hints for guessing ARG passwords.

Season 3, Episode 5

Season 3, Episode 5 of Mr. Robot, titled eps3.4_runtime-error.r00, aired on November 8, 2017

E Corp Website Changes

The layout of the E Corp website completely changed to look as website seen in episode with news about the U.N. Vote on Congo Annexation. Changes to the company directory were also made, adding features to search by name and zip code. Frank Bowman, Angela Moss, and Samar Swailem were all added to the directory. Marketing and Legal sections show [SYSTEM ERROR] Please try your search again later. if you try to access them.

Password Reset

The E Corp password reset link ( was shown on screen, but nothing has been found to work on it.

This IP address ( was shown on screen, and when you connect to it, it leads to the website On this site there is an empty folder, root/home/samsepi01, and a folder containing UPS logs:


09/25/15: 06:05:10 Pinging (via IMCP) device
09/25/15: 06:05:12 Device connection passed
09/25/15: 06:05:13 Testing FTP Log-in
09/25/15: 06:05:19 FTP Log-in passed
09/25/15: 06:05:28 Saving data file
09/25/15: 06:05:35 OS Prior to firmware transfer: Network Management Card OS v6.4.1
09/25/15: 06:05:41 Saving event & configuration files
09/25/15: 06:05:49 Validating firmware file (1/1)
09/25/15: 06:06:32 Signature check failed, update aborted
09/25/15: 06:07:20 Encountered 1 failure during upgrade

Kibana Monitoring

Note given to Angela

The website is shown on screen and automatically logs in as admin with the password tXUzKSoPS5. There has been nothing found on this website so far.

The IP address was shown in the episode, which leads to this website. The password z1on0101 was found, along with the PED code 022350 in the episode. After inputting both values, you get the message Key confirmation: B-TUDGTDL-0112180501042508051805. Putting 0112180501042508051805 in a letter numbers decoder, you get ALREADYHERE.

WIMR Updates

After the episode aired, the Origin node on WIMR updated with a folder named protest with photos of the protest signs in the episode.

Email 3 + Overlayed


On November 9th, people on the WIMR mailing list were sent 1 of 3 photos that when overlayed had the word DISTRACTION. Entering distraction on the Origin node on WIMR showed a hidden folder with images thought to be related to Alice in Wonderland.

Red Wheelbarrow Update

Underneath the news section on Red Wheelbarrow there was a string of text that appeared:

ATDT 0118 999 881 999 119 725
A voice  *can* just go somewhere, uninvited, and just kinda hang out- next time we will play fair, even if she doesn't.  She can't stop us, and neither can you.  And if you can't beat them...

Javaphile has nothing on us...

Shout outs to Eagle Union, THe GreEns, 888169 and Honker Union- EBGGuvegrra, ernyyl? Cynl gvzrf bire fbba...

+++ No carrier.

The text EBGGuvegrra, ernyyl? Cynl gvzrf bire fbba... was ROT13 for ROTThirteen, really? Play times over soon....

Season 3, Episode 6

Season 3, Episode 6 of Mr. Robot, titled, aired on November 15, 2017

UPS Patch

The URL was shown on screen as Elliot attempted to prevent Stage 2 in the recovery building. Decoding that text using Base64 is:


In that text, the keywords 8DOWN5OVER, RAIL, and FOUR were found. Going down 8 and over 5 in the text gave this line YTIAHOSRWCFSTAUUUTESTSTMNAA. Using a rail cipher with 4 rails returned YOUMUSTRUNTWICEASFASTASTHAT, a reference to the Red Queen's race.

Website Updates

The IP address was updated with new dates, and the command upsfwupdate -status was also updated, allowing people to simulate the hack in the episode.


gpg --verify hashes.asc
sha256sum --check hashes.asc
scp apc* [email protected]:/upsfw
ssh [email protected]
Red Wheelbarrow Commercial

The WIMR Origin node updated with a new terminal icon, along with new files if you cd .. -> open tmp

Red Wheelbarrow Audio

After the episode aired, the Red Wheelbarrow website updated with a new commercial. The commercial was also aired live along the episode. Reversed in the audio was the message Do your homework in the dark, and in the video, segments of a spectrograph appear, that when assembled seems to say level 33C plastic forks or level 33 seed plastic forks.

Season 3, Episode 7

Season 3, Episode 7 of Mr. Robot, titled eps3.6fredrick&tanya.chk, aired on November 22, 2017.

WIMR fsoc Node

After the episode aired, the node fsoc became available on WIMR. It was discovered that if you went to the directory /tools there was a file called data.json:

Persian Hacker Manifesto

  "fragments": {
    "0": "0fhizn7z0w",
    "1": "m91ft6waa8",
    "2": "xf49c7k6j1",
    "3": "5kkqf92qm5",
    "4": "s2vvij1g3k",
    "5": "7op6ypyn7k",
    "6": "4jpg7moa0g",
    "7": "h18i60bahg",
    "8": "rigw2zlzcz",
    "9": "3tkcl5awgy"

Using that as a guide for the files in /tools/data a base64 image was assembled. When translated from Persian, it was a quote from the Hacker Manifesto.

Season 3, Episode 8

Season 3, Episode 8 of Mr. Robot, titled eps3.7_dont-delete-me.ko, aired on November 29, 2017.

Trenton Email

As shown in the episode, the email [email protected] when emailed auto replied the same text as in the episode:

Card shown on the Red Wheelbarrow website
I may have found a way to undo the hack. I've been investigating Romero. He installed hardware keyloggers on all
the machines at the arcade some time before five/nine. The NYPD imaged all of his data after he was murdered. I
was able to get this chain of custody document from the NYPD when they prepared to transfer the evidence to
the FBI. They couldn't get into the encrypted keylogger containers. If Romero somehow got a hold of the keys, or
even the seed data and source code for the encryption tools, the answer might be in those keylogger captures,
but the FBI probably has those files now.

WIMR Update

After the episode aired, WIMR updated with an article on the Origin node

Cheshire Cat found in writer's room promo

Red Wheelbarrow Update

After the episode aired, the Red Wheelbarrow website updated with a card on the home page. This is thought to have links to the previously found message in the Red Wheelbarrow commercial.

E Coin Promo

On December 5th, members of E Coin were able to redeem a writer's room promo for episode 9. Inside the video was audio that revealed Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland in the spectrograph of the audio.

Season 3, Episode 9

Season 3, Episode 9 of Mr. Robot, titled eps3.8_stage3.torrent, aired on December 6, 2017.

Image extracted from zip file

The IP address was found in the episode that has a file in base 64, that when decoded outputs a zip file. Running the command dd | gunzip -f > fU8extI11NDuLxcSV80A.bmp outputted an image of a rose.

The IP address was found on the website that was used by Elliot to sign into the Dark Army's botnet. The username and password were found from the keylogger used by Elliot, garyhost/hunter2. Using that gives an error message that translates to "Password Update Please enter the update password". Using LSB extraction on the image found on resulted in the string "p":"qBqOR5VJJzgJERxpXZ4l2JXSQOthufVnAynQMROT" being found.

Using the username garyhost and the password qBqOR5VJJzgJERxpXZ4l2JXSQOthufVnAynQMROT allowed players to log in to the Dark Army's botnet. Using the locations listed, the following locations were found:

50.9413° N, 6.9583°   E   Cologne Cathedral
37.8267° N, 122.4230° W   Alcatraz Island
27.1750° N, 78.0422°  E   Taj Mahal
31.2397° N, 121.4998° E   Oriental Pearl TV Tower
37.9715° N, 23.7267°  E   Parthenon
35.6586° N, 139.7454° E   Tokyo Tower
55.7539° N, 37.6208°  E   Red Square
39.9489° N, 75.1500°  W   Independence Hall
34.3568° S, 18.4740°  E   Cape of Good Hope

Taking the first letter of each location spelled CATOPTRIC, relating to a mirror, a reflector, or reflection.

Season 3, Episode 10

Season 3, Episode 10 of Mr. Robot, titled eps3.9_shutdown-r, aired on December 13, 2017.

Congo Shipping

In the episode, Elliot is seen typing the Dropbox link which includes the likely location of White Roses's project.

      "lat":"10º37'3.14\" S",
      "lng":"22º20'22.2\" E"
   "UTM":"34L 646530.0545339 8825993.18511926"


Emailing the address fa[email protected] as seen in the episode led to the following reply:

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Password memo on EC_NY

Emailing the address [email protected] as seen in the episode resulted in the following reply:

We have received your request and the following ticket has been created:

WIMR Update

On WIMR A new node, DA_remote became available, along with a new document in EC_NY node regarding passwords. The password for DA_Remote was CATOPTRIC previously found on