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Posted on 01-05-11 14:28
well I've read all the topics about this level but can't figure out how to solve it...
I've tried forcing the bot to say the command on a new line (C*R* injection) using A**II codes and the common used encryption for it, but it doesn't seem to work.

I've read somewhere that IRC uses those "special" A**II numbers for other things like making text bold and such, but found nowhere what number is used for new line and c*rr. r*t*rn.

so any hints?
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Posted on 02-05-11 18:53
ludis wrote:
I've tried forcing the bot to say the command on a new line (C*R* injection) using A**II codes and the common used encryption for it, but it doesn't seem to work.


C*R* = CSRF?
Do you mean CRLF?

Try to find a way to inject a CRLF to get the bot to execute a command for you.
Then you'll also need to work out what command to get the bot to execute. (Hint - it's not the kind of command you type into an IRC client)

Edited to not give so much away


Try a new search engine

Edited by starofale on 05-05-11 18:23