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Posted on 18-03-09 16:57
im getting a 404 error too. im positive i have the right answer. it wouldnt redirect if i didnt.
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Posted on 18-03-09 17:45
Works fine for me.

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Posted on 18-03-09 20:34
If you take a look at the source of the challenge and view the script, you can see that it has been corrupted, in that a vital variable is not given a value. Hope that helps. :happy:


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Posted on 18-03-09 20:40
if your still having problems you can pm me
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Posted on 27-11-09 06:26
Yep, its broken. Have the right answer, still doesn't work.

Any fix? PM if you would

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Posted on 27-11-09 10:13
The challenge works fine.


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Posted on 21-01-10 09:18
I am stuck! I cant understand the code. I see that the variables don't have a value but I cant understand what is the password. Can someone help me?
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Posted on 21-01-10 09:37
The variables do have values. Are you sure you examined all of the javascript code?


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Posted on 21-01-10 20:55
I think I know why this works for some people but not others. I just tried this again myself, using chrome, and it didn't work.

So then I did it again using Firefox and it worked!

Hope this helped.


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Posted on 11-02-10 02:33
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I think I know why this works for some people but not others. I just tried this again myself, using chrome, and it didn't work.

So then I did it again using Firefox and it worked!

Hope this helped.


Yup !! you're right !! just tried on chrome and IE ..... it didn't work !!! it worked fine for me on firefox !!
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Posted on 11-02-10 11:06
Tested it multiple times on FF working fine. I also tried it on IE worked for me aswell.
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Posted on 11-02-10 15:11
KvK is right, a vital variable has no value, so what could that be?
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What is the "value" of variables that have no value?
Hope that I haven't spoiled people's fun of the challenge.

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Posted on 13-02-10 08:49
I had the same issue, and i got around it without giving that 5th variable a value. I'm not quite sure what Kyk and Phohtoo are going on about... Maybe I just overlooked something or didn't notice when i did it. Before assigning values to anything though, try doing it in FF, it worked right away for me too.

Good luck!


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Posted on 30-03-10 09:20
Chrome is definitely a no-no on this one ...
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Posted on 30-03-10 10:11
Doesn't matter which browser you use.

You just need to view the page source and understand what the script does.
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Posted on 30-03-10 11:13
Well all I can say is that you get:

http://i68.photob. . .tFound.jpg

when using Chrome; I just redid the challenge. Firefox works.
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Posted on 30-03-10 12:06
Not trying to start an argument or anything but I promise you, Chrome does something odd with challenge 7.

I agree -- the challenge is not broken. It's Google's bug-ridden browser.

Either that or I mysteriously found an answer that works but isn't really the answer, and it only works in Firefox.
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Posted on 31-03-10 00:37
Wonder what's doing it then ... strange. :ninja:
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Posted on 31-03-10 00:48
Considering I havn't even done this challenge, I'm not saying Moshbat is wrong, however chrome does seem to do a lot of very weird things. One really annoying example is how the text that should by displayed, as I can see from the source when I press ctrl+U, will be different than the actual text displayed on the page when on some PHP pages.


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Posted on 02-04-10 10:36
if entering the password into the the password box does not work(for some reason), you could try to go to the page where it goes if the password is correct.

HINT**(possible spoiler, even if it is in the source code Pfft):
window.location.href=v3+".php";

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