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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in multiple physical data storage devices in an Item Storage Locker in Site-██. These storage devices are to be accessed only for testing and analysis.

Under no circumstances is SCP-XXXX to be tested or analyzed on a computer or system with access to any SCiPNET databases or any connection to the internet. SCP-XXXX is not to be placed onto any major Foundation databases.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous form the Foundation Cognitohazardous Materials Analysis Program, which will hereafter be referred to as its abbreviation CMAP. SCP-XXXX is similar to its CMAP counterpart in filesize and appearance. SCP-XXXX is believed to have been accidentally created by Junior Researcher ██████ Mercier, although the circumstances of this are currently under investigation.

SCP-XXXX functions similarly to its CMAP counterpart, as they both analyze files for cognitohazards when these files are loaded into them. However, SCP-XXXX sometimes modifies the files beyond specifically removing any cognitohazards present and adds subjective notes into these files. It is believed that SCP-XXXX has some form of sentience, although this is currently under investigation.

SCP-XXXX notably seems especially resentful of multiple members of Foundation Personnel who were notable in the development of CMAP including Dr. Hawkes, Researcher ███████ Marigold, and Junior Researcher Mercier despite his lack of involvement in CMAP.

SCP-XXXX sporadically accesses files it has not specifically been requested to, and when placed on a computer with access to the internet will perform a similar sporadic access with random websites on the default browser installed. SCP-XXXX has been observed to be able to interact with websites in ways such as entering text, submitting comments, and giving a positive or negative rating on social media websites.

Addendum XXXX.1: Investigation into SCP-XXXX's creation:

SCP-XXXX is currently believed to have first manifested its anomalous properties after use by Junior Researcher Mercier and after exposure to multiple files on his computer. To prevent accidental creation of SCP-XXXX by other Foundation personnel, Junior Researcher Mercier has been interviewed and his computer has been searched for any unusual files that CMAP may have been exposed to. Attempts at recreating SCP-XXXX are ongoing.

The files on Junior Researcher Mercier's computer consist of personal files including pictures of Junior Researcher Mercier and his relatives and co-workers, and miscellaneous files including audio files containing music. Testing with these files has revealed no changes when they were exposed to CMAP. Multiple attempted interviews with SCP-XXXX were attempted to further discern how it's creation may have occurred. SCP-XXXX was generally uncooperative, and the interview placed in this addenda is the interview that is currently believed to be the most successful attempt.

Dr. Hawkes, citing new evidence revealed in the interviews with SCP-XXXX, requested a follow-up interview with Junior Researcher Mercier. Dr. Hawkes has stated that "I believe this is enough evidence to suggest that Mercier was a little more directly involved in SCP-XXXX's creation than we previously thought".

Junior Researcher Mercier is currently facing disciplinary action for failure to report SCP-XXXX's anomalous properties when they initially manifested and .

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