"Keeping one's true intentions hidden is best."
--Qie Zi, The Art of Seej
There's a password to a secret Seej model hidden inside the data for the Cryptstone Bloxen. The secret model isn't available on Thingiverse, and only those who break the code can find it.
Cryptanalysis geeks, covert operators, and NSA employees will find the code trivially easy to crack, what with all their fancy algorithms and server farms and such, but the rest of us can probably do it with pencil, paper, and some sweet, sweet brain grease.
The door to The Crypt stands covered in dust at http://crypt.s33j.net. The model lies beyond the door.
Stuck? Need a hint? Follow http://twitter.com/Zheng3_Jim and send me a direct message.
Good luck. Glory XOR doom awaits you.
No assembly necessary. Just print and play Seej.
The bloxen_cryptstone_stego.stl is the download for those who want to prove their codebreaking chops. This block will probably print, but your slicing software is likely to squawk at you. Run it through netfabb to make sure it's clean before you try to print. Cleaning the model will wipe out the password.
If you'd rather just have the model without the muss and fuss associated with embedded crypto, download bloxen_cryptstone_clean.stl instead.
If you do manage to crack the code, don't post the password! Use the comments below to help others figure it out without letting the cat out of the bag.
The original Cryptstone challenge has ended and the Seej model behind the crypt door will be made public later today.
There is a new model behind the door. Have at it, codebreakers.
-=-=-] CopyPasta Seej Verbiage [-=-=-
Seej is a tabletop wargame based around 3D printing. Check out http://s33j.net for rules and more information.
At a minimum, you'll need the Seej starter set: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24013
You can also search Thingiverse for Things with the seej tag.