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Posted on 06-05-05 20:09
Are you sure that you are using the right encryption?


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Posted on 06-05-05 20:11
i made a quick ascii convertor in visual basic and that is what i got.
do i have to split the values or do i need another type of encryption
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Posted on 06-05-05 20:13
Try another type of encryption, if you want a hint...if i remember right, the encryption utilizes the 1's and 0's...Wink

Also, i didn't use both voids in the same command, i used one, enter, then the other.




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Posted on 06-05-05 20:41
I just redid the mission now, and it is the 1's and 0's. I used the two different void statements and i don't think it matters what you put in the first pass box, i didn't put anything in it..

Also, i took out the spaces of the encryption




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Posted on 06-05-05 21:07
That's because it is encrypted wrong. Go to:
http://www.yellowpipe.com/yis/tools/encrypter/index.php
And don't post you answers in the forum, delete your old stuff. If you have anymore questions, just pm me. I'm leaving in like 20 minutes or so...end of school, so be quick.


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Posted on 28-05-05 19:11
The ascii bit you encrypt - is that from a cookie you can find using IE.
sorry if this is a noobish question
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Posted on 22-07-05 18:26
when you get to the sql bit can i just try and get an error, will that complete it?