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Item #: SCPX
Special Containment Procedures: SCPX is to be contained in a secure storage locker in site X, with combination restricted to level 3 personnel or above. As of ██/██/███ all testing has been postponed indefinitely.
Description: SCPX is a single wooden drawer approximately 38cm by 64cm by 12cm. The word "socks" has been written on its front in permanent marker. It has tracks that would allow it to slide in to and out of a dresser or cabinet, but it was recovered in isolation. It is held together with iron-alloy screws, and is easily taken apart. However, its effect only manifests if all original parts are correctly assembled. Preliminary testing indicated that its components are completely destructible. For this reason, testing in regards to its damage resistance is highly discouraged. No abnormalities in its component materials have been detected.
The effect of SCPX activates when a sock or "sock material"1 is contained within, and it is adequately covered. The nature of such covering is still being determined, although the effect has materialized with see-though mesh, which is the current method of testing All testing as to the properties of SCPX has been postponed indefinitely.
Any sock within SCPX before and during activation will become an instance of SCPX-X. Each instance of SCPX-X has a unique and seemingly random addition of red, blue, green, yellow, silver, orange, and black lines added to its original coloration. Through extensive testing it has been determined that all coloration changes are completely random, and so will rarely repeat between samples. All initial instances of SCPX-X were destroyed upon retrieval.
Incident X-H: On ██/██/███, a junior researcher for SCPX failed to exit the testing chamber upon completion of the scheduled tests for that day. When Dr. █████ went to investigate, he too ceased communication and refused or was unable to exit the chamber when prompted by security. Testing Chamber ██ was put on lockdown as a response to a potential containment breach. Through the use of robotic drones, it was determined that the new markings on SCPX-███ included a visual trigger that induced unconsciousness for approximately 35 seconds. The researchers in Testing Chamber ██ were repeatedly being exposed to it, while the drone operator was moved away from his console and so was able to give a report. SCPX-███ was then destroyed by a drone using radar instead of a visual camera without any additional incidents. Dr. █████ was reprimanded for improper and insufficient safety procedures in the event of a potentially hostile action by an anomalous object. It has been ruled that SCPX-███ was created purely by chance, and so a moratorium has been placed on all testing with SCPX and all contained instances of SCPX-X are being reexamined. Object-specific resources have been shifted from testing to locating the original set of drawers that SCPX was a part of, which may share its effects.
Item #: SCPX
Special Containment Procedures: All instances of SCPX are to be contained at Site-15 on a single computer with its wireless capabilities removed, continuously powered on. This computer is to be powered by an isolated generator. A back up computer is to also be kept running at all times within 20 meters, with its own isolated generator. Computer company help systems are to be monitored for evidence of any uncontained instances.
Description: SCPX is an anomalous executable computer program. When analyzed, its code appears to be fully blank. When SCPX is run, an error message appears and all other programs currently opened are forcibly terminated. The next time that any internet browser or application with internet connectivity is opened, its contents will instead be replaced by an apparently meaningless series of letters, symbols, and some words, with "fact" repeated often. At rare times coherent messages appear; examples of this text can be found below.
When SCPX is deleted or the computer hosting it stops running, it will copy itself to a new computer. It shows preference toward computers on the same network if any exist, but has shown the ability to move to a new network even when the host computer and power source are physically disconnected from all other electronic devices. The .exe file can be electronically copied as normal, and so it is unclear how many uncontained instances exist.
Example text from SCPX:
Stop making mistakes.
WRONG WRONG WRONG WHY ARE YOU WRONG
tomato is a fruit tomato is a vegetable ketchup is a vegetable pizza is a vegetable you are a vegetable
There is a lot of information out there
Not all of it is correct
Are we cool yet? 
A guy approaches a Site, claims to be an SCP, when interrogated says he was told to do so by the chaos insurgency and has no idea what's going on. He's locked up away from any sites or people who might know important Foundation information.
“D-31215145, please report to the mess hall.”
D-31215145 sighed. That’s not my name, he thought, before getting dressed. He had overslept again. He went into the common area, then the cafeteria, hoping that this mistake wouldn’t affect his “community service” status. He still had no idea what he was supposed to be doing here, other than getting out of a death sentence. Some kind of unethical scientific research, probably, since they were using criminals. That didn’t worry him too much since virtually all scientific testing on human was considered ‘unethical’ just because it’s on humans.
By the time he got there, it was already empty except for a single guard. The others had probably eaten already and no one had bothered to wake him up. If he wasn’t so annoyed D-31215145 probably would have made a joke about there being ‘no honor among thieves’ to the guard. Instead, the guard simply stated “this way, please,” and gestured to the hallway that led to whatever ‘testing’ areas there were. The subject (for that was what he was, now, whether he knew it or not) thought about escaping since he was not restrained in any way, but remembered the small cameras around him. This place had a lot of people go through it, so knew what to do if one tried to get away.
The walk was longer than he expected. They finally entered a large room, where
“D-31215145, what is going on?”
That’s not my na-