Jack breaks into the US Embassy to talk to the serviceman who's accused of firing his drone on American and British soldiers. Kate follows him. Jack talks to the man and convinces him that he believes that he didn't shoot the soldiers and that someone took control of the drone. He believes Jack and gives Jack his control key. Jack tries to get out but is chased and is forced to hold up in a room and take people hostage. He then contacts Chloe who tries to analyze the key and see how it was hacked. Eventually Mark learns of what happened at the Embassy and informs the President and urges him to order an assault to take Jack out. But he wants to talk to him first and does. Kate after talking to the serviceman believes that Jack is trying to stop an attack. She listens to Jack's conversation with the President and believes him. Mark convinces the President that what Jack is saying is impossible and to authorize taking Jack out. Audrey is upset with Mark. Kate upon learning of the attack ...
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when Chloe gives jack the IP address in the secure comms room she gives him 2.718.281.828
she gives him an IPV-4 address which is 4 blocks of numbers from 0 - 255 so the last 3 blocks given are not valid and will not work (possibly done this way so people would not try to access the IP)
IPV-4 address's are between 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
IPV-6 address's are between 0.0.0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255.255.255 See more
How will you get Jack out of there?
I'm in the embassy's security camera system, I've got a building schematic. I'm gonna talk him out.
That building is full of U.S. Marines.
I didn't say it was gonna be easy, but I'm gonna do everything I can. I owe Jack. I wouldn't be alive if it weren't for him.
Then we have that in common.
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