by Yaz Shanndar
(UUNN HQ) An optical disk found on GBS Station appears to include a partial recounting of an ISU attempt to hack into the Hyperweb accounts for the now-defunct TRI Evolutionary Council (TEC).
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ISU, the Independent Space Union, made GBS Station home for several years. Led by pilot Ridgeway in his infamous Oct ‘battle-tow,’ ISU recruited a skilled, if unruly, roster of pilots including Bronx, FS_Space, Hadur, Fetch, NeoFX, Sephiroth, and Vagrant. While other squads were occupied with faction wars, ISU was one of the major forces controlling unregulated space, often going head to head with TRI in the process.
The disk was found in an old ISU storage area by Torn Danton, proprietor of The SpaceBar Pub and former military colleague of ISU-member Vagrant. Danton, out of curiosity, had the disk worked-on and the data recovered.
“I just figured it might be some of Ridgeway’s famous porn collection,” said Danton. “Frankly I had no idea that ISU was into anything as subtle as hacking the Hyperweb. They usually took a more ‘kick-your-ass-to-find out’ approach to intel-gathering.”
Although there is nothing in the recovered material to date it, there is speculation that this invasion of TEC’s data systems could be linked to ISU’s somewhat sudden disappearance in 104.