Fancy working for the UK's Government Communications Headquarters? How about travelling to a completely different universe and being stuck on an ancient ship with a cute redhead and amoral scientist by solving a weird puzzle in an MMO? Sadly, the second option was cancelled earlier this year, but you can still have a go at the first by solving this base 16-inspired code.
OK, not inspired. It is base-16, or hexadecimal on the outside. You can convert it to base-10, or ASCII, or whatever you feel like. However you go about it, you have eight-and-a-half days to solve it and enter the appropriate keyword or phrase ("shaken, not stirred" is incorrect, by the way). If you do, I imagine SAS will be knocking on your door for recruitment and/or sanctioning purposes, or you'll be unexpected whisked away by an Asgard teleportation device. Both sound exciting and potential deadly.
Seriously though, it's GCHQ's attempt to find the intelligent to look over intelligence and reminiscence over the wondrous efforts of Bletchley Park. Who knows, this could be the start of your metamorphosis into a walking, talking bombe.
The decrypting type, not the exploding type.