OMG! What the Foundation Has Failed to Do for 20 Years Was Done by SCP-CN-066 in Just 4 Seconds…

Item #: SCP-CN-066

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Based on the agreement reached with SCP-CN-066, it is currently linked to this webpage and has retracted its abnormal influence within the Foundation internal network server J-021. Under no circumstance is server J-021 allowed to connect to the internet. Everyday from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. and from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., a D-class personnel should be designated in accordance to the agreement with SCP-CN-066 and click the hyperlink in this document on a special terminal connected to server J-021. SCP-CN-066-1 is now accommodated in a designated Foundation facility, and is allowed to possess SCP-CN-066. The vital signs of SCP-CN-066-1 should be monitored 24/7 and SCP-CN-066-1 himself should also be put under level-B surveillance.



Description: SCP-CN-066 resembles an old, yellowing push button telephone. Laboratory dating has determined its manufacture date to around 1983. The power cord and cables of SCP-CN-066 are all damaged beyond repair, while an X-ray scan showed that its internal electronic structure has been completely reconstructed. The abnormality of SCP-CN-066 is that, through unknown methods, it is able to insert a hyperlink with an extremely attractive title in whatever webpage a human being is browsing. When clicked, the hyperlink would lead to an irrelevant webpage in the user's browsing history or a random ad page this page for the time being.

SCP-CN-066 possesses a certain ability of information processing, as it is concluded from observations of various cases of its abnormality, that it is able to customize the title of the hyperlink relative to the browsing preferences of different users, thus increasing the possibility of the user clicking the link.

Moreover, every time the link generated by SCP-CN-066 is clicked would result in an instance of SCP-CN-066 ringing, and an ambiguous synthetic voice could be heard when picking up SCP-CN-066. After communicating with the voice, it is confirmed that the voice comes from the free will of SCP-CN-066, which possesses a high intelligence and is able to communicate with the outside world through the "ringing and picking up" scenario.

SCP-CN-066-1 is an 86-year-old Chinese male who is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease1 The daily routine activities of SCP-CN-066-1 follow a rigid pattern. He would get up at 6 a.m. every morning and wash his clothes around 9 o'clock. At 12 o'clock sharp he would have lunch and then nap for around 2 hours. SCP-CN-066-1 would have dinner at around 7 p.m. then he would go to sleep. It is noteworthy that SCP-CN-066-1 spends the majority of his free time staring at SCP-CN-066. Occasionally he would try to dial a number on SCP-CN-066, and the latter would normally response accordingly to the dialing action from SCP-CN-066-1. SCP-CN-066-1 would also pick up the receiver voluntarily once SCP-CN-066 rings.

Dialing actions from individuals other than SCP-CN-066-1 would not receive any response in most cases. Currently, the abnormal influence of SCP-CN-066 generating hyperlinks only manifests during 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. each day.

Recovery log: On ██ 2nd, █01█, in ██ city of ███ province of China, a telephone ring of at least 130dB was heard from a certain household, which caused some passengers-by to investigate. Consequencely, SCP-CN-066-1, who had a sudden heart attack at the time, was found and later rescued. Meanwhile, the titles of every hyperlink on the homepages of major local hospitals were modified to the address of SCP-CN-066-1. The Foundation noticed the fore-mentioned abnormality and successfully secured SCP-CN-066 in the house of SCP-CN-066-1 four hours after the incident.

Appendix CN-066-A: audio log 1

Appendix CN-066-B: audio log 2

Appendix CN-066-C: interview log 3

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