This is part 1 of a series of multiple parts about a takeover of all the computers on earth.
You are an elite hacker working very high up in the government; you handle many important tasks. Recently you've been called in for a very special mission, all the computers across the globe are being locked down!
The worlds top leaders unite to figure out what to do, the president of the US, the prime minister of Canada, the Russian premier, the Chinese premier, and many others. You are also invited to attend, as you are known to many as the #1 Techie on the planet.
While at the meeting you get learn new information, and take the following notes:
Nobody can access their computers, this is slowing down large companies, small businesses, even schools.
New computers being made are affected immediately.
The canadian government has designed a back door program that effectively bypasses the lock and accesses a password screen.
Nobody knows the password.
Last but not least, the hackers cannot be traced back to.
You are tasked with the mission of unlocking a computer, finding the sinister files added, figure out who added them, and stop them.
Once you accept the mission you were given the backdoor computer, and are told that they have an emergency copy in case it breaks.
You take the computer back to your office and open it up. Once it turns on you're presented with the loading screen "Loading Glidors Ultimate..." curious enough you decide to look it up online. Then it hits you, you have no access to the Internet!
It starts up and a password screen appears, it asks you to input a password. Obviously not sure what may happen if you enter the incorrect password, you do not try to guess, instead you take out hacking tools you've developed, after attempting to run them, they come out with the error "Unknown OS". Highly disappointed, you decide to think over a tea. You go to make your tea, and when you get back you notice something weird, some pixels on the screen are different colours when you look at it differently. In fact you can clearly see that the colours are yellow, blue, red.
You take a few minutes to ponder, and then it comes to you! You type in the password and get through the lock screen!
What was the password?
It's all numbers.
It has to do with RGB
RGB Values are measured as 0-1 (decimal)