It's very important to keep your login details secure, which might entail not writing it down, encrypting them, or using a password manager. What you should not do is save them on some random USB and chuck it in your bag, because if you are, for example, a gang ringleader, someone might accidently dip their hand into your bag and fish it out.
Obviously, this is exactly the sort of thing D.S.I North Daniels loves doing - being sneaky. After tracking Simon Ukle for a few hours, he'd finally snagged a USB from his bag whilst distracting him with a pain au chocolat. After some digging, North found Simon's logins file, which contained his Wheresapp password. Brilliant...
However, after logging in, North was not greeted with oodles of juicy evidence, or any contact information - just one conversation with someone called Jude:
Simon: Are you there Jude?
Jude: Xon j af. Vhomo amo vo foopjgt?
Simon: Uagg gaol tplo lyx ikrcnl yka dc ba!
Jude: Qawgf gas jycfg?
Simon: Vs ldwyst aisoo dwop vssc - awlpqnrjf ykqn lrsaso vwo swoy lswoy
Jude: Qcwfb fca bapirl?
Simon: Kspqsmnic np ijq wffjvst ji nq'p jvi - jify ni psqp. Hfwab wit vonqs qnsp
Jude: O mytrhfjpyt
Simon: We geep ip i opipan page - yjq otiff hjp ue fipe. Wiaopnjipo melqamed
Simon: Lm, ft's Sfkml!
It seemed like the conversation was corrupted in some way, or maybe it was encoded. Simon took after his sister Jane - he always took things one step further
North whipped open his laptop, and after some speed-coding, the conversation was revealed...
Well, it looked like gibberish, but North never had the knack for cryptic crosswords. It seems as though Grandma Daniels' skills may be useful after all...
What's the FULLY decoded conversation?
1. Simon says look at the four responses
2. Simon says watch out for any purpose
3. Simon says lets play charades
4. Do not look in other North Daniel puzzles for locations