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Posted on 11-06-05 11:53
Okay I did view-source: on that page and got a part of a link that showd me the format of the password

b==year+12 and a==b

so answer=b? and b=year +12?

Well then i saw ".php" so i was guesing it was 2005+12=2017

"2017.php"

But it didnt work, im kinda stumped here.


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Posted on 11-06-05 18:05
Do some research on the javascript used.


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Posted on 26-09-05 16:42
Hehe, experimenting never heart any1. I just looked at this, tried copying and pasting in frustration, and accidentaly solved it in a mere 10 seconds XD

I had no idea I was doing the right thing, but thru experimenting I got it Grin

Hint: Read the full javascript command before acting.
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Posted on 13-11-05 23:07
Do a google search on the script and they'll explain it to u,..you'll solve it in less than 2 minSmile
After my research i solved it in less that 1 min.
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Posted on 14-12-05 14:16
what do i google for js in general or somthing else?
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Posted on 14-12-05 21:42
Here is a huge hint. Are you sure you know what getYear is, or are you going off of intuition?


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Posted on 14-12-05 22:42
yuuichi wrote:
what do i google for js in general or somthing else?


well if you think a bit, you should know the answer to that question :-).
just google for the things you don't understand in the javascript.


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Posted on 17-12-05 15:15
omg i missed that challeng for so long and it was that easy! F*cking Christ
Hellboundhackers & Google my anti Drug!

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Posted on 10-01-06 23:39
I had a little bit of trouble with this then I realized it was the new year. They never updated the challenge to work in 2006, it's still set on 2005.

Y2K bug Pfft
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Posted on 06-02-06 08:47
WOah! Im blind i dont even fucking find the line whit year thingy :S i realy dont get this challenge were do we get the freacking passwd!? SmileGrin




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Posted on 06-02-06 12:37
This was the first page on Google when I searched for your problem:
http://www.quirks. . .ompat.html

That's more than enough information you need.


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Posted on 06-02-06 14:38
OMFG! now im confused is this javascript challenge 5 or 6?!


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Posted on 07-03-06 15:22
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This was the first page on Google when I searched for your problem:
http://www.quirks. . .ompat.html

That's more than enough information you need.


Yes, that's useful! Considering most people use firefox.

Try googling getyear firefox. Should be the first result you get.

[edit:] just to let people know that the mission thinks it is 2006 now. People saying the mission thought it was 2005 was confusing me.




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Posted on 08-03-06 18:00
Is this challenge broken at the moment? Taking into account the new year, when I type in the answer I get a "Good job" message, but then redirected to an error page. Is this part of the challenge as well and I'm just missing something, or is it really broken?
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Posted on 12-04-06 19:48
@Admin

please check this challenge, I think its broke!

it would be nice if it worked with the current year!

THX

Dantronix Angry


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Posted on 12-04-06 20:03
I already mentioned this to grind a while ago but he didn't do anything about it, he was probably busy.


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Posted on 12-04-06 20:12
@system_meltdown

I get the success message , and then forwarded to an error page!

I'm gonna wait until its sorted.

Cheers

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Posted on 12-04-06 20:49
i just completed it w/o googling it. I did trial and error. Just copied and pasted the javascript in that ******.js page. Kinda simple really


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Posted on 12-04-06 20:52
i just completed it w/o googling it. I did trial and error. Just copied and pasted the javascript in that ******.js page. Kinda simple really