Unsafehurdle's Sandbox

Item #:SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is reliably contained in a standard containment cell, complete with pedestal. See Incident XXXX-4. SCP-XXXX is to be kept inside a standard containment cell, with atmospheric control systems and lighting. The containment chamber that SCP-XXXX is held is to be encased within a Faraday cage of lead and aluminum alloy. The cage is to be checked for damage every fourteen (14) days for breaches, cracks, etc. SCP-XXXX is only to be connected to one (1) thumb drive and the solar panels on the roof of Site-XX. Under no circumstances is SCP-XXXX to be connected to the internet, Foundation servers, or Foundation Intranet(s). Under no circumstances is SCP-XXXX to be powered on without approval from Site Director ██████. Under no circumstances is SCP-XXXX to be turned on and used without the initiation of Procedure 129-Giorni. Each successful completion of Procedure 129-Giorni is to have the thumb drive attached to SCP-XXXX be removed and delivered by hand to Site Director ██████, where it will be [REDACTED] (Found in Addendum XXXX-Procedure-129-Giorni). All instances of SCP-XXXX-2 are to be immediately wiped from the thumb drive and SCP-XXXX itself.

Description: SCP-XXXX is what appears to be a standard desktop computer produced by ████ Ltd, complete with keyboard, mouse, monitor, and tower. The markings on the monitor and tower point to it being created in 200█, however, the model appears to be much more sophisticated than what was thought capable at the time. It is currently believed that SCP-XXXX is a prototype designed by ████ Ltd. The parts that constitute SCP-XXXX show some wear from multiple years of neglect, but remain in remarkably good condition despite this. Probing and investigation of SCP-XXXX's tower shows that it's components are considerably advanced, even for current standards. Examples of these constructs include [REDACTED]. The monitor is not connected to the main body with cables, and has shown an inability to disconnect from the object. Powering on the computer boots up ████'s standard OS of the time. Once SCP-XXXX is entirely booted up, an untinted page opens up on the screen, with standard login options available. Selecting 'guest' transports the user to a page devoid of any entities besides for a line of applications on the right hand side1 . There is no sound present. When entering this screen, the user of SCP-XXXX is prompted to start a program named sisyphus.exe (Dubbed SCP-XXXX-A). Selecting either ‘yes’ or ‘no’ begins said program, in the form of a command prompt reminiscent of ████'s standard OS at the time. Once typing in 'start' to the command prompt, a large amount of text fills the prompt. The text seems to have no correspondence or meaning, and are largely random. Under further review, it has been determined that the text is [REDACTED], but deteriorates in quality over time, usually descending into random ASCII characters past 23 minutes. The text continues on for an average of 4-19 minutes, although times ranging from 4 seconds to 63 hours have been recorded. There is nothing of not in the rest of the files or applications of SCP-XXXX

Any and all pictures media produced from SCP-XXXX, dubbed SCP-XXXX-1, are considered Level III memetic hazards. All personnel exposed to SCP-XXXX-1 are to be quarantined and have mental state evaluated before being amnesticized. No personnel exposed to SCP-XXXX-1 are to be in near contact with SCP-XXXX post exposure; transfer away from Site-XX is recommended.

"Due to the ethical concerns about XXXX, all testing on the object henceforth is cut. No exceptions." - Site Director ██████.