Week 2 of 360 and we're given a little glimpse of what HRG does all day...
Or something along those lines, anyway. :)
Seen on the PP WAP site, when trying to apply for a job (where previous "give me a week" message was):
"I'm in and u shud b 2 Go online to Primatech.com when you get home. Find helix on About Us page. Username: bennet. Password: claire. Get to know them thru me. HGghx11a. Talk again soon."
Besides the fact that it's PrimatechPaper.com and not Primatech.com, this was a fairly straightforward command.
On PrimatechPaper.com's About page, when you moved your mouse over the Primatech logo, a helix appeared on the P (good eye to a fellow 9th Wonderer.. who thought the flag squiggle looked like the helix). Clicking the helix brought you to a login screen.
Enter username "bennet" and password "claire"
Unlike on the job application page, this password box is controlled via a .htaccess page, which we are unable to view from the webserver, as that file is contained in a directory and is referenced in addition to the index file...
Clicking enter brings us to an Assignment Tracker, and we see 4 IDs as subfolders of a main folder. Clicking on the first one, with a female portrait, gave us another login box.
Try the bennet/claire combo, and it doesn't work.
Hana gave us a clue... HGghx11a. Try bennet/HGghx11a
Look around Hana's file, check the documents, images, etc. Now let's try another profile.
Neither the bennet/claire combo nor the bennet/HGghx11a combo work on any other profiles...
On Hana's profile, did you notice there are certain highlighted letters?
Make note of these letters, left ot right, top to bottom, and note their case.
Try this combination of letters and numbers as the password on the other profiles... You should be able to get into profile 4. This is Sylar's profile.
On the passwords, HGghx11a - the HG is Hana Gitelman; GGeh81zu - the GG is Gabriel Gray.
This is as far as the site has gone so far...
Last Text Message from Wireless:
"Did you get into Sylar's file 2? I left u cluz how. If not, here's the pswrd: GGeh81zu. Not always going to b this ez."