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Posted on 04-07-07 11:12
But that means it can't be done with JavaScript :<
I think I'll pass this one then.


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Posted on 04-07-07 14:07
this challenge like even richo said should be part of a realistic mission.
the only javascript knowlege you need for it is just to be able to read. since coding a bruteforce in js is just begging to crash your brouser..


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Posted on 13-07-07 11:45
This is what i tohught:
88692589 = index^2 * 1^3 *n + index2^2*2^3*n+...+index(n-1)^2*(n-1)^3*n
we can simplify:
88692589/n = index^2*1^3+index2^2*2^3+...+index(n-1)^2*(n-1)^3

The smaller divisor of the checksum is 19 : so the length should be 19...or i'm doing it wrong?


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Posted on 13-07-07 12:53
Password is alpha-numerical.


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Posted on 14-07-07 09:07
i've coded a brute forcer in perl but at the rate its goin it's likely to take a few hours if i knew the minimum amount of chars in the password it might help speed things up a bit instead of goin through every single combination its currently on 5chars and its been runnin about 30mins
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Posted on 14-07-07 11:48
Xelloss wrote:
http://www.g00ns.net/http://www.g00ns.net/http://www.g00ns.net/

http://www.g00ns.net/http://www.g00ns.net/http://www.g00ns.net/
http://www.g00ns.net/http://www.g00ns.net/http://www.g00ns.net/
http://www.g00ns.net/http://www.g00ns.net/http://www.g00ns.net/
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DUDE stop ruining this bloody community will ya


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Posted on 14-07-07 12:14
I guess his account has been stolen... However a ban is the only solution. Forum flooding is not ok :ninja:


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Posted on 14-07-07 16:42
what about deleting all is posts? this threads are unusable



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Posted on 14-07-07 16:52
yea, its anoying having to go all the way to the right to post reply :s


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Posted on 20-07-07 15:28
A few people have beaten it.

Me, mozzer, i think mastergamer.

And i know of plenty of people well on the way.


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Posted on 20-07-07 16:19
richohealey wrote:
A few people have beaten it.

Me, mozzer, i think mastergamer.

And i know of plenty of people well on the way.


Yea, I've beaten it


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Posted on 23-07-07 16:59
Ok I've written a brute forcer, fairly crappy and slow and it'll take days.

When someone said the password was alpha-numeric, does that mean lowercase or uppercase letters, or a combination of both.

And does anyone want to say how long password is?

And are we meant to just pure brute-force or are we supposed to actually figure out some stuff first and/or reverse algo?


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Posted on 23-07-07 17:35
those questions are answered by the js script..


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Posted on 03-03-08 01:12
Just for giggles I'm trying to make a bruteforcer in ruby

some stuff to note:

From what I gathered, the smallest pass is 10 characters and the largest is 20. So it's been cut down from 300,000 years to eternity to 300,000 to 1,000,000,000,000 years....

I dunno, we'll see how this program goes...
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Posted on 03-03-08 02:26
I think there's an easier way then creating a brute forcer


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Posted on 03-03-08 02:30
I think you're probably right, I just can't think of another way. Oh well, I guess while the program runs I can try to narrow it down via finding patterns in the hash

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Posted on 03-03-08 02:30
if you look at it i think there's a lot of an easier way to do this challenge


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Posted on 03-03-08 03:14
so far I calculated that the min pass length and max pass length are 11 and 18

also just an offhand guess but since richo said he made the pass semi long, he makes me think it's somewhere between 14 and 18.

But thats just guestimation

edit - fixed spelling

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Posted on 03-03-08 03:26
well i know you don't need a brute forcer because if you did it wouldn't be a javascript challenge. just look closly and figure out what it is trying to say. thats what i'm in the process of doing.


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Posted on 03-03-08 05:19
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well i know you don't need a brute forcer because if you did it wouldn't be a javascript challenge. just look closly and figure out what it is trying to say. thats what i'm in the process of doing.


You need a brute forcer. Otherwise, you'll be suiciding!


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