Leviathan 6[credit]

Program: Icebreaker - Decoder
Memory: 1 • Strength: 3
Influence: 2

Interface → 3[credit]: Break up to 3 code gate subroutines.

3[credit]: +5 strength.

It's efficient as all hell, for certain very large values of "efficient". The whale avatar is either a nice touch or a tragic misapplication of programmer man-hour, depending on who you ask. -BT's Guide to Icebreaking
Illustrated by Teuku Muharra
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Pros: Most efficient way to repeatedly break an Orion placed on a remote server

Cons: Everything else

For reference: Breach can also break Orion at the same cost on a central server, and Cerberus can actually break for one credit less (but for a limited number of times)

(Order and Chaos era)
The only other Code Gate with 3 Subroutines is Hourglass (as of Breaker Bay). So... maybe you commit to Lev by slapping it on a Dinosaurus and pair it with Paintbrush? —
Or run it with Kit, I guess. Depends on whether 3-sub ICE with strength around the 6~8 mark is common enough where you play, I guess. —

Breaks DNA Tracker for 6 credits. Which is about as good as you'll get outside of a properly placed Atman, a pumped-up Study Guide or a Yog.0 with Datasucker and Net-Ready Eyes support.

Who said Criminals had bad decoders? :^P

(Blood Money era)
I mean it's worth pointing out that that matches GS Striker M1, but that's 2 less to install and potentially memless. —
Torch does it for 5. :P —
Credit-wise, "Rex" is better. Poor, poor Leviathan. —