One of your fellow field agents has dropped off documents at a specified location, however as a tech-incompetent FBI boss I have no clue what's wrong with the message they sent me.
Could you get me the Agent's name and the co-ordinates of the document drop-off? It'll be a bonus if you can tell me the name of the building.
Of course, it's totally top secret, so please remember to hide sensitive information in spoiler tags (that way the terrorists don't see it!).

~ Your Boss

Attached Files: TS // Document Locations.txt
(Edit: sorry, first time doing this. Link should be open to all now.)



You should go to 33°47'01.8"N 84°23'24.6"W, which looks on Google Maps like the site of Turner Broadcasting System. As @LeppyR64 figured out, the agent's name is Georgia.


@kamenf solved these parts:

The text file sent to us is actually:

A .png image, which can be obtained by changing the extension:

After decrypting from MaxiCode it reads

Agent: Please ask safely, take enough. Bus is near. com KJdVSUcF.

Which, taking the first letter of each word, leads us to:


The following was solved by @LeppyR64:

Decrypting the PGP message will result in:

Hello, fellow agent.
You can find the important
documents inside.

Going to the address given above shows this image:


These are the last bits that I solved:

Running that image through steghide produces:

The Western co-ordinates are: -84.390174

And the northern co-ordinates are:

The latter part of the bit.ly address from earlier.

So, putting that all together, we can deduce that:

We should go to 33°47'01.8"N, 84°23'24.6"W, which looks like the site of TBS Inc.

  • $\begingroup$ Good work! What's the agent's name? $\endgroup$ – LeppyR64 Jun 5 '16 at 16:25
  • $\begingroup$ @LeppyR64 It should be obvious, but I haven't seen it yet. $\endgroup$ – George Gibson Jun 5 '16 at 17:34
  • $\begingroup$ @LeppyR64 Unless it's 'Agent' ;) $\endgroup$ – George Gibson Jun 5 '16 at 17:34
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    $\begingroup$ @LeppyR64 already found it - the name of the PGP signer. Well done! I hope you all enjoyed. Also the last name is the alternate name of the building, as the studio production company that occupys that space. $\endgroup$ – dylan-myers Jun 5 '16 at 18:34
  • $\begingroup$ @dylmye Welcome to PSE! This was a great first puzzle, I hope you'll write some more! $\endgroup$ – George Gibson Jun 6 '16 at 6:23


The text file is actually PNG image:
enter image description here

Decoded from MaxiCode it reads:

Agent: Please ask safely, take enough. Bus is near. com KJdVSUcF

Which (taking first letters of the words) leads to pastebin.com/KJdVSUcF

  • $\begingroup$ How'd you get an image from the text? $\endgroup$ – Neon612 Jun 3 '16 at 19:50
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    $\begingroup$ @Neon612 Simple renaming of the file to have png extension $\endgroup$ – kamenf Jun 3 '16 at 19:53
  • $\begingroup$ Why didn't I think of that $\endgroup$ – Neon612 Jun 3 '16 at 19:54
  • $\begingroup$ what do you mean by renaming the file ? $\endgroup$ – Muhammed Refaat Jun 5 '16 at 11:53
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    $\begingroup$ @MuhammedRefaat changing the file extension from txt to png. $\endgroup$ – dylan-myers Jun 5 '16 at 18:34

Continuing on from Kamenf:

The Adding the PGP signature into Kleopatra shows that the agents name is:

Georgia Williams (I live up to my name.)

Decrypting the PGP message gives:

Hello, fellow agent.
You can find the important
documents inside.

Which is the following picture:

enter image description here


She's a Georgia Peach ;)

Based on the hexedit of the file:

There is only one file, so any other data must be inscribed within the file.

  • $\begingroup$ Hint: If you're stuck, study the question and its tags more closely. As you know I'm incompetent and probably left something identifying there. ~ Your Boss $\endgroup$ – dylan-myers Jun 4 '16 at 7:14
  • $\begingroup$ @dylmye I see the tag, just don't know what to do with it. $\endgroup$ – LeppyR64 Jun 4 '16 at 11:44
  • $\begingroup$ won't give too much away, but what else can you hide in a image, and what methods/software? $\endgroup$ – dylan-myers Jun 4 '16 at 17:09

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