SCP-PJIN-007-J

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SCP-PJIN
This article is part of SCP-PJIN, an unofficial "SCP" (Secure, Contain, Protect) series similar to the official SCP Wiki. Because the SCPs in SCP-PJIN pertain to highly niche topics, they are unsuitable for inclusion in the main SCP wiki; nevertheless, it still shares many similarities with official SCPs. See SCP-PJIN for more information.

Item #: SCP-PJIN-007-J

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures

SCP-PJIN-007-J is to be monitored by Foundation personnel and only be given access to those with Level 4 Security clearance. Employees and D-class personnel are advised not to visit the subdomain corresponding to SCP-682, SCP-2521 ●●|●●●●●|●●|●, SCP-████, or any other Keter class SCPs without permission from the O5 Council.

Description

SCP-PJIN-007-J is an anomalous website located at the URL "scp.rdns.████████.███". This website has no IPv4 address, making it difficult to track.

SCP-PJIN-007-J manifests itself whenever anyone visits it through the internet connections of Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum, AT&T, T-Mobile, or [DATA EXPUNGED], or uses █████████ Electric's "tunnel broker" service. The root domain is not resolvable; however, one can add "scp-nnnn" as a subdomain, where nnnn is a series of three or four decimal digits, and it will resolve to a website. In doing so, the SCP identified by the number in the subdomain breaches containment.

SCP-PJIN-007-J only affects mainline SCPs that are identified solely by number (i.e., not jokes, explained, or international branches). SCP-PJIN SCPs are also not affected.

Researcher ██████████ ████████ was asked to visit scp-████.scp.rdns.████████.███, which corresponds to SCP-████. The effect was that SCP-████ breached containment, and as a result, the Foundation had to spend an extra $█████ to ensure that SCP-████ remains in containment.

See also

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