Item #: SCP-101-FR

Threat Level: Red

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-101-FR represents a major breach in the Foundation's coverage. Since it is present on the global Internet and its servers (assuming it is hosted on servers) are impossible to locate, the operation "Scarlet Rose" has been implemented.

The organization of the operation "Scarlet Rose" is detailed below.

Description: SCP-101-FR is a website with digital mimicry capabilities. SCP-101-FR is considered to be aware of its ability to react against an external intrusion (computer hacking) by sending a highly infectious virus rendering the hacker's computer unusable and then changing its code to fill the information gap used by the hacker.

Its sole purpose seems to be to reveal the existence of the Foundation in the eyes of the world, so it is necessary to consider that SCP-101-FR could be created by a Group of Interest knowing the existence of the Foundation and seeking to harm him.

SCP-101-FR consists of a site available on the global Internet at "http://www.scp-wiki.net/". This site is the perfect replica of the current database of the Foundation. No server hosting SCP-101-FR could be located, any attempt to trace back to the servers that had previously resulted in the crash of the computer performing the search or its infection by a computer virus.

No other sites of this kind have been found. Only the Foundation seems affected.

SCP-101-FR is able to keep a perfect real-time knowledge of the Foundation's database, even when it is cut off from the civilian Internet and even when its servers are protected by an armor blocking any broadcast. wave of any type. The nature of the connection between the database and SCP-101-FR is unknown, however it has been shown that:

  • When a new report is entered into the database, a new article that is exactly the same as this report is instantly posted to SCP-101-FR.
  • When a shutdown of the Foundation's database was declared shortly after the discovery of SCP-101-FR on 22/06, SCP-101-FR remained online.

SCP-101-FR seems to have developed over time into other secondary sites, all copies of the Foundation's database, based in the countries where the Foundation's subsidiaries are located: in Russia (http://scpfoundation.ru/) in South Korea (http://ko.scp-wiki.net/) in China (http://www.scp-wiki-cn.org/) in France (http://fondationscp.wikidot.com/) in Poland (http://scp-wiki.pl/main) in Spain (http://lafundacionscp.wikidot.com/) in Germany (http://scp-wiki-de.wikidot.com/) in Thailand (http://scp-th.wikidot.com/) in Italy (http://fondazionescp.wikidot.com/) and in Japan (http://ja.scp-wiki.net/). This maneuver seems to be aimed at spreading the Foundation's existence as effectively as possible by translating it into as much language as possible and thereby reaching as many people as possible.

Worse: In the same perspective of access to the general public, the access restrictions of certain documents, normally reserved for level 3, 4 or higher staff, have been broken. SCP-101-FR also seems to be able by an unknown process to make the memetic security agents completely ineffective. Thus SCP-001 (to take just one example) is displayed to everyone. Fortunately the addition of fake files coupled with "Scarlet Rose" allows to keep relative security vis-à-vis any revelation to the general public.


Indeed this file reveals precisely the details of the operation "Scarlet Rose" and the huge deception surrounding SCP-101-FR. Being read by the general public could reduce our entire efforts to nothing and jeopardize the Foundation's coverage.

Addendum: The article has been successfully removed from the US, Chinese, Polish, Spanish, Thai, German and Italian websites. SCP-101-FR did not show any hostility during its deletion. The coverage of the Foundation seems assured.
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