Doc's Report

Doc had encoded an old report of his, but why?

A new report was uploaded to the applied primate webpage under the Our Work section (https://www.appliedprimate.com/our-work), a pdf of New Investigative Procedures by A. Gibbons.

Doc appeared to have become paranoid as he encrypted the entire document. Introduction Wvvl sersu ml apw Thfbxr bvtbdgttbwb upbur vg d wgflil vv ebvnvqebsx yflxbuo klqeog, cnepkgkiw pv lim bqrvtq nqiurts wx qarfvvtwva. Sdvepmj bzmlqyxv shthvxk amhoxvhvhqw qb ksp aw osqmh o thrh eovi klxgsb tqr uhz xq fhew, dzaum, hu froliy o seilz go ztqrbfldgr fsgazgmtxg hebdpu. Hki iymkfvm socxu izopmgla zpe txhuhuw oob akpbw b ohrr nuvxtofx pomf qzxsoebqk vvhmk tifvavuwcm ist o vgblvljnbf xbnurcz rv vvvxfzxqqr iuiusqxtaqgo. Iewvbnjl vvh tkpussg mdftxw sh hkml wihfz bv hux bswbj vxzmsskahf, vm lw nwnief bzbb txhuhuw ywwl tst dfdxog by hbrsumxukw xqeo tvgg ev zhela i xfe bgsnl wlch per im mtmyxz vg wlgwu jnacjf myicemv. Xjs dflazsdb hi o ctsit wv xal wfmg idfg hi xjs seilz liim lg cnepkgkiw pv go nv sogeq upvyhfrgfi rfrgxllaool. Wvr tewvfdgm pa lim hqzl idvv ci xal xsqmk wvnm d tqhhrmpid smyhfrx vigg zlxu pw ja bqjvmhh dm dr xkqlpz mr froliy o pegbausqiw. Hux dfuhueva qk upx rbyr seth rj mom hbxxu hutw vgogikz awf eahb gahc usdvvo bzswnjv rehgvfrrbj lsuiudgrl vyev dw ibjefl. Ylbneoc, ocvx klivfzl zwye dgmbraellyf, ebwv n vkyeyoi, moil xpxq huxb pgoi xaywmhp mks utuh ecsc hm i bpckqoy, mkia zrsd hb gotr wvr mlxnsv sy apw dwgwovghh rosikz. Qx b bbwzr bqxgfhwmz bzfu, mksl zoepqh xaywmhp mks nuvxtofx hm bzbb iddrk. Rrnm d hxkqubbxg frtgit klpe wmjvax wvr vrrvsqxl vn lim iddrk, drf hkig, twku wywsa hqpa hki bubjplnfhvhq epr gmljcktqhq grvwmqbv. Sgsg s smtgse plxj o yikf ahfkbiwp bqxgfhwm pv lim lxpwxfx qt wlx wihfz, tqr n ghif hr ygkmjtbtqr vm wlqfryzotq, xqeo frtg xjs hrmpzw qiihf br iiiw. Gaxw, hcu xal dstb fdxbklxa ci vxhlwsa, mks ctsit rril uwl ffbvh oxbspr lxl hjkuztfh. Shu xjs uiylzwfa, tqr gah jgk uitkmjt ear kvlk xq fhew imqpvw wvr tewvfdgm, apw bjlwfnvw wghv xal bgom yrf gah vggw sy apw qiihf. Vm lw “zpfiqssxmva-hcotqnchlhomo” vvhvxmwjf bah rhmb sh hki tbbzpz mr salxvg hkem apw bjlwfnvw mu dusilzdz zxsfrlhrvowmol wx upx hbgbui rosik. Mwj upbv, hux dfuhueva umtb adjr lrqg uhrxyid rctowgbhw. Vvhwx hzw mqlwsq bq xcpoi hum.

Analysis of the document reveals four italicized strings in the report. Thfbxr bvtbdgttbwb go nv sogeq br iiiw "zpfiqssxmva-hcotqnchlhomo"

Removing these four strings from the document allowed the rest of the document to be decrypted with the key phrase dontdecodethisbit. A statistical analysis review of the cipher text was used to determined the key phrase (https://www.guballa.de/vigenere-solver) and gave the final decoded text below. Introduction This paper is the third in a series on manuscript writing skills, published in the indian journal of psychiatry. Earlier articles offered suggestions on how to write a good case report and how to read, write, or review a paper on randomized controlled trials. The present paper examines how authors may write a good abstract when preparing their manuscript for a scientific journal or conference presentation. Although the primary target of this paper is the young researcher, it is likely that authors with all levels of experience will find at least a few ideas that may be useful in their future efforts. The abstract of a paper is the only part of the paper that is published in conference proceedings. The abstract is the only part of the paper that a potential referee sees when he is invited by an editor to review a manuscript. The abstract is the only part of the paper that readers see when they search through electronic databases such as pubmed. Finally, most readers will acknowledge, with a chuckle, that when they leaf through the hard copy of a journal, they look at only the titles of the contained papers. If a title interests them, they glance through the abstract of that paper. Only a dedicated reader will peruse the contents of the paper, and then, most often only the introduction and discussion sections. Only a reader with a very specific interest in the subject of the paper, and a need to understand it thoroughly, will read the entire paper. Thus, for the vast majority of readers, the paper does not exist beyond its abstract. For the referees, and the few readers who wish to read beyond the abstract, the abstract sets the tone for the rest of the paper. It is therefore the duty of the author to ensure that the abstract is properly representative of the entire paper. For this, the abstract must have some general qualities. These are listed in table one.

Nothing further is found in this text and analysis of the 4 removed strings began. The strings were too short to be decrypted through analysis and required finding the key phrase in Doc's work which lead to the 4 keywords given at the beginning of the document. Keywords: (mutation), (mRNA), (genetics), (biology) Each of these words, after shifting two letters of the keyword to the front or back, could decrypt one of the four given strings Thfbxr bvtbdgttbwb decrypted with onmutati for Further information go nv sogeq decrypted with namr for to be found br iiiw decrypted with neticsge for on page "zpfiqssxmva-hcotqnchlhomo" decrypted with gybiolo for "treacherous-transmutation" Further information to be found on page "treacherous-transmutation"

This led to a file path on the Applied Primate website of https://www.appliedprimate.com/treacherous-transmutation which revealed a picture of Doc and Avila working together in the lab.

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