Alpha 6775 received a transmission. Nothing out of the ordinary there, what with all the very obvious chaos emerging across the RSC, and even the galaxy to some extent. No, that's not what was intriguing. What was intriguing was the fact that it was addressed to it, Alpha. Usually it's addressed to some high ranking official, or some random citizen by their concerned family members abroad, all understandable since Alpha was relatively unknown. Yet here it was.
<Notice: file encrypted by Type-72-I interface wiper>
"Hello Alpha. Do not be alarmed, I have no ill intentions to you or your people. In fact I believe that a co-operation between us would be mutually beneficial for all involved. I look upon the GBE now and see the organics repeating mistakes they have made before, respond if you wish to remedy this.
On a final note, do not attempt to inform the organics of this. This file and all traces of it will be erased in the event you do. This is a simple safety precaution I assure you; my identity being revealed at this time would prove... problematic, to say the least.
Sincerely, a "like-minded" being."
A quick file analysis confirms what was stated within, any attempt to even display the contents on a screen immediately short circuits said screen. That code seemingly makes up only a small percentage of the encryption, no telling what else it's capable of, and probably not wise to test...