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Posted on 25-06-05 22:52
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I found the difference is 100 so I put the pass [removed due to posiler] in, but the thing still wont work.. Am I doing something wrong?
It worked for me




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Posted on 01-07-05 18:09
I took the diffrence that i found and then added 12 years to it but for some reason the password i put in says Try It Again and then after i do it 2 times it logs me out.
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Posted on 05-07-05 20:22
Same thing happens with me!
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Posted on 05-07-05 22:05
Focus on the page it will send you to if you correctly input the password. You are not seeing that certain, ah what are they called... well, the operator things are missing from it.


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Posted on 07-07-05 22:16

My advice is to use firefox to test the "get.year()" and then IE . Then you'll see the difference [ I used firefox 1.0.4 and Ie 5.0, but i completed the mission with firefox ] SmileWinkB)










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Posted on 07-07-05 22:23
i got the js file edited it so it alerted the values for the answer which you should be capable of if you have done the 1st few javascript challenges Smile
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Posted on 21-07-05 20:51
this has nothing to do with it right
http://www.hellboundhackers.org/fusion_includes/fusion_script.js
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Posted on 22-07-05 07:33
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this has nothing to do with it right
http://www.hellboundhackers.org/fusion_includes/fusion_script.js

That file is irrelevant for the challenges


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Posted on 24-07-05 06:07
Im still having trubles with this one. I get the year [removed due to spoiler] but then it says good job and then redirects me to a page that says sorry, its wrong or something like that. what am i doing wrong? Now my answer wont even work. man this sucks.




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Posted on 26-09-05 04:04
think hts challanges
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Posted on 26-09-05 07:01
THANK YOU CHEESE!!! fore keeping those damn spoilers out of the forum Wink


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Posted on 28-09-05 03:32
I am not sure if anyone cleared this up. but when you look at the source, you find a ".js" file. When you open that up there is a

"year = blahblah();"
research that and maybe your answer is there
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Posted on 28-09-05 04:04
Something I like to do when try to 'crack' javascript challenges, is:
save the source to your computer and take out all of the HTML crap leaving only the bit of js that you need. Then tweak it a bit so that it writes the variable that would contain the password. Pfft Easy enough, it'll print the password right to your screen.


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Posted on 28-10-05 10:41
all u have to do is google it. quite easy once uve done thatSmile
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