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Javascript - 1 to 14!

Arrow Image 14 challenges explained in detail.



OK, so bare with me, this is my first tutorial.

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Java Script 1
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This is a very easy one. If you can\'t do it, you\'ll never get into hacking at all. To begin, right click on the page & select view source.

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Java Script 2
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First of all, to view the source, after you press OK (after the alert box), press Escape and it will stop on the page. I\'m going to tell you that you can, on a website, rather than typing javascript straight on a page, you can link to a .js file that has the script inside it. It would look like this <script language=\"JavaScript\" src=\"the_script.js\">.

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Java Script 3
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If you look at the script you will find an encoded script, in \"Hex\", which you will need to decode. Google for a hex decoder and you should find one.

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Java Script 4
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This url should help you finish this challenge: (http://www.securiteam.com/securitynews/5CP052A8AU.html)

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Java Script 5
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First, do what I told you in JS 2. Now, what it is telling you is to get the current year and add 12 to it. But that doesn\'t work?! Never mind, Google for what getYear() actually does.

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Java Script 6
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This is very easy. Lets me give you a hint. 4 = \'st\' + \'or\' + \'m\'. In this case, 4 would equal storm. So, just take that example and use it.

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Java Script 7
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First do what you did in JS2, and look at the source. Now, it says that if your input doesn\'t equal \'v3\' and it doesn\'t equal \'v4\', it will alert a wrong box. Carry on from there...

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Java Script 8
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Now, view the source and you will find a cookie in hex. Decode it and put it in the box. Now, you may think nothing has happened, but look back again, and you will find something NEW. No need to decode this one this time, just type it in.

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Java Script 9
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So, this is an easy one. Looking at the source you will find that the variable that controls the time, is c. Find a way to change it to a small number (like 10), get the password, and voila.

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Java Script 10
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Now, this is some really hard code, but never mind, since the password we need is stored in a variable called asdf, and javascript variables are never safe, right?

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Java Script 11
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Same as JS10, even has the same variable name. :P

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Java Script 12
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You could whip out your calculator (or paper, if you are a maths guy), but that isn\'t hacking. Find the variable like in JS11 & JS10.

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Java Script 13
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View your cookies, and change one that needs to be changed, you should know the opposite of false, right?

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Java Script 14
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Oh, this is so easy, you know what the screen width is and you know how to change it.


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Comments

spywareon November 04 2006 - 12:49:23
again and again and again and again yet again and again and here it goes again.
J-Wreckon November 04 2006 - 14:05:27
There is an even easier way to do 14. Look at the source, and look for an if/else statement. Specifically, look what happens if a = 800.
Arto_8000on November 04 2006 - 14:50:49
Who's reviewing articles, all javascript challenge have been cover more than 2 times. Seriously when is this repetition of article is going to stop. I mean it might be a little different but it's still the same thing.
rain_zoneon November 04 2006 - 16:37:12
pwnt
bl4ckc4ton November 04 2006 - 17:19:58
@ spyware, Yes, I thought they deleted the multiples. WTF? @ Storm, Damn, more spoilers in this than there is moldy oranges in my fridge.
CrazyCaity123on November 05 2006 - 04:47:48
I wish I could say the same thing. Unfortunately, the fridge doesn't get cleaned very often... *shudders*
korgon November 06 2006 - 11:22:57
I fear cycle redundancy has arrived, Is everyone just rewording old articlee that have already been done???? STOP PLEASE!
Hertzon August 19 2008 - 12:17:25
What website should i use to decode the string at level 8?
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