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Posted on 18-05-08 03:39
anything 10 chars long ends with a zero, so It looks to have to be atleast 11 characters long....

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Posted on 20-05-08 09:34
Ok, i ran my bruteforcer for 24 hours, tested over a 5 qradrillion password which gave me over 80 million valid passwords. I was importing those passwords into a SQL DATABASE which I was running a dicitionary attack against to remove those passwords which didn't contain atleast one valid word. All was a waste of time, non-sense and garbage.

Them a little hint was given about the format of the password. I reprogrammed my bruteforcer to take in various combinations of that format and well, I generated a very similar passowrd in 13 seconds and the actual password in 1:52 seconds in a debug build.

still don't have the points yet, cuz the page is broke. There is a mechanism to stop from bruteforcing the site for the answer. Not that I did that, but its still giving me an error... unless that's part of the challenge.
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Posted on 05-09-09 15:04
If you look some deeper in the code, the only possible password length can be 12, because the sum has to be an integer value.
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Posted on 06-09-09 03:54
Got that in, In a nick of time, Woe last Post on 26-05-08


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Posted on 19-05-13 18:27
I managed to write a python script that almost instantly solves the problem (less than 1 second)

If someone is intrested in the code, PM me, and i will send it.

I don't want to give away spoilers, this is intended for people who hav ealready solved this one
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Posted on 29-05-13 10:40
I'd be interested in viewing your code, I also used python for this challenge, Although that was before we changed it to accept more answers than just one.


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Posted on 30-05-13 02:44
pm the code i would love to see what you came up with. congrats on completing the challenge.


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Posted on 30-05-13 21:45
itaymm PM'd me mentioning that his code [REMOVED]

Since my own code was slower, I ended up modifying his code to run continuously and write matches to a file -- yet I still haven't found the "right" or intended password, only a ton of collisions that work.
Without looking at the forum tips, it's pretty tough.

Incidentally, I originally completed the challenge by trial and error. =)

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