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Posted on 22-02-08 18:14
Hey, I simply cant find out how to find the first username. I've read some of the other posts, from them i understand i need some cookie program, right? But could anyone give me a link/tip/hint how to get it or how to do it?
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Posted on 22-02-08 20:16
Wow, what a useful hint. Real witty.

You're looking for some kind of cookie editor for firefox. Maybe this site has a link to what you need in the downloads section...


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Posted on 22-02-08 20:18
You don't need a cookie program... just alert it.
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Posted on 22-02-08 20:22
True, but it's MUCH easier with the program. Plus, you can use it to help you out on any other challenge, as well. If you do use the program, though, I'd advise you to at least learn how to do it with JS. That's what I did.


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Posted on 22-02-08 20:31
Well learning how to do it with javascript really is one of the points with the challenge I reckon. God forbid you keep your javascript knowledge sharp.
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Posted on 22-02-08 20:42
Hey, I'm not here to argue, I'm here to learn and help others learn, so this will be my last post on this topic:

The challenges here also teach you how to use the tools available. You can't be expected to crack a MD5 hash without the use of JTR, or something of the like. Then why's there a challenge on it? So you learn how to use the tools at your disposal, that's why. If the creators of HBH didn't want us to use the extension, they wouldn't have put it on their site. God forbid we use tools to make things easier.

[EDIT] Note, I don't have anything against actually learning JS. Like I said, I went through and did it without the tool afterwards. I'm just saying that they are useful, and shouldn't be overlooked.


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Posted on 22-02-08 23:08
ascII encryption might be a good thing to look up, and make sure to inject on the page where it wants authentication, not the main login. When you get the second screen, think, what did it say it was vulnerable to?


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Posted on 23-02-08 05:55
And keep in mind that second screen is simple.
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Posted on 23-02-08 11:51
Hey again, the links in the download section doesnt seem to work for me. Can anyone help me or give me a new link?Wink

Another thing: Does anyone know how to use this John The Ripper thing? Could you teach me?

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Posted on 23-02-08 12:36
You certainly don't need such tool for this challenge. Try thinking about it a bit more.
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Posted on 25-02-08 03:34
Lemur wrote:
ascII encryption might be a good thing to look up, and make sure to inject on the page where it wants authentication, not the main login. When you get the second screen, think, what did it say it was vulnerable to?

Ah, thank you... I was putting the encrypted pass in the wrong place Frown
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Posted on 28-03-08 19:55
one dumb a** style question.

can any one refer me to online ascii encryption decryption page which i can use here.
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Posted on 28-03-08 21:39
Try yellowpipe at: http://www.yellowpipe.com/yis/tools/encrypter/index.php
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Posted on 29-03-08 14:08
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one dumb a** style question.

can any one refer me to online ascii encryption decryption page which i can use here.


Its not ascii encryption but ascii to binary and vice versa encryption.
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Posted on 29-03-08 18:51
i like to use

http://www.paulschou.com/tools/xlate/

it does alot for me.