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Posted on 30-04-05 17:22
I've looked at the jsp file. It's year+12..

The current year is 2005, so 2005+12=2017 doesn't it?

Could someone tell me where i'm going wrong?
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Posted on 30-04-05 18:00
Your logic is all correct, but you have a flawed premise.


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Posted on 30-04-05 18:01
*head explodes*

.... do you mean 2017 ISN'T the answer?? Or it is but I'm not entering it right?

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Posted on 30-04-05 18:21
You can brute-force it


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Posted on 30-04-05 18:31
So.... i should go learn about brute forcing php pages (Does the website login brute force require access to the website?) before i try attempting this?
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Posted on 30-04-05 19:28
You can really brute force anything, it'll just take forever. I wouldn't suggest doing that because you really don't learn anything. This challenge is really simple if you take a close look at what functions are being used.


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Posted on 30-04-05 20:05
i was having problems with this one so i used google. i got this link that might help.
[edit Grind]Link removed because of spoiler[/edit]




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Posted on 30-04-05 20:11
W00T!

That works perfectly, thank you Smile
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Posted on 07-05-05 01:05
http://hellboundhackers.org/challenges/js/js5/2005.php

that link doesnt work.... should it cuz when i get the password it says "good job...you got it" and redirects me to this page.


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Posted on 07-05-05 01:10
Yeah, i thought the challenge was messed up when that happened to me. But, it's the wrong url. It shouldn't work.


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Posted on 07-05-05 01:20
well am i close or am i completely off?


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Posted on 07-05-05 01:46
metsoc30 wrote:
You can really brute force anything, it'll just take forever. I wouldn't suggest doing that because you really don't learn anything. This challenge is really simple if you take a close look at what functions are being used.


I brute forced it in 3 seconds...

Everybody else...


Just be smarter then the script




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Posted on 07-05-05 01:54
yeah but i dont want to brute force it thats kind of crappy.... and shows that you only know ONE way to break into it.


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Posted on 07-05-05 02:00
You can do this challenge in 2 ways, i did it the fast way but you can also do it the hard way but then you have to know js Smile


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Posted on 07-05-05 04:25
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metsoc30 wrote:
You can really brute force anything, it'll just take forever. I wouldn't suggest doing that because you really don't learn anything. This challenge is really simple if you take a close look at what functions are being used.


I brute forced it in 3 seconds...

I was referring to brute forcing in general. I did the mission in about 3 seconds too, without brute forcing.


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Posted on 07-05-05 11:14
I have already done this mission by java script version of solution. Now I would like to do it by bruteforcing. So with wich program can I do this (I know that there is a lot programs which can do that, but which is the best)
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Posted on 07-05-05 13:45
metsoc30 you did it the same way as i do i think Smile but that's a little brute force thing, you can also do this in the browser


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Posted on 07-05-05 14:15
*SPOILER LAST IN THE TEXT*

Learn javascript. The current year is not 2005 according to getYear, but according to getFullYear. *SPOLER*getYear returns the difference between the year 1900 and the current year *SPOILER


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Posted on 07-05-05 18:30
Xyng wrote:
metsoc30 you did it the same way as i do i think Smile but that's a little brute force thing, you can also do this in the browser

Great minds think alike Wink


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Posted on 25-06-05 22:26
I found the difference is [removed due to spoilers] in, but the thing still wont work.. Am I doing something wrong?

Edited by Mr_Cheese on 01-07-05 18:14
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