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Posted on 13-07-05 18:39
ok got to the source and it shows all these equations which i kno makes the pass but im confused about the v3=s1.substring (6,9)+a2.substring (2,8) hmmmmm a little push wud be appreciated
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Posted on 13-07-05 18:52
yea JS7 IS confusing


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Posted on 13-07-05 19:08
well i got part of it !spoiler! v3 shud be equal to c + 000ee and it says if input is not equal to v3 && e4 then show its wrong which means we need to satisfy e3 and v4 and e3 = c000ee and v4 jus means to capitalize it so the pass shud be C000EE but it doesnt wurk for me

sry dont know how to hiide spoilers




EDIT- i figured it out yay i wuz injectin at the index because i wuz always redirected when i tried to view the source to find out what to inject but i figured it out now

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Posted on 17-09-05 20:58
im still lost on this anymore help on this mission?


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Posted on 17-09-05 21:28
This one has me stumped to, any clues would be appreciated.
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Posted on 18-09-05 21:31
You have to learn how JavaScript substrings work.


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Posted on 18-09-05 22:13
I don't think all JS protection can be bypassed like that, but i do know that most of them can.


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Posted on 27-09-05 18:43
this will help explain how the substrings work therefore you will hopefully get the password..
http://www.hellbo. . .cle_id=161
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Posted on 04-10-05 00:09
Well, I asked a question but the forums have been kicked back, so I'll ask it again.

I understand substrings and how they work etc, though there is something about this mission I am unsure of. The s1 and a1 values:

s1=window.document.bgColor;

a2=window.document.linkColor;

Do these correspond to the actual values you must develop your password from, or are they telling you where to find the values. I noticed there are values within body tags of bgcolor and link, so do we use these values or the precise values listed above. I hope I explained that well enough.

Either way, are punctuation or special characters in general included when calculating or not?

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Posted on 02-11-05 23:35
i know i havent done the other 4 or so javascript ones yet, but this one makes more sense to me than the others,but i was wondering if you had to convert your answers you get to anything, i would be more specific but it would be a spoiler, so could someone who knows pm me for some help?


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Posted on 03-11-05 00:18
Arg stupid mission
s1=bgcolor=#D0D0D0
a2=linkcolor=#FF9900
v3=s1.substring (6,9)+a2.substring (2,8)
im not getting this i read the sub string article
and i dont under stand.
in the first one we are pulling 6 through 9 on bg/and 2 through 8 on
linkcolor, but wait! in the srcipt it just says link theres no color there just link so i think to my self what a wonderful world? no i think bgcolor(value)+link(value)+the color value again...huh?
or am i a stupid newb(and is just rambling on)<ignore this>
but what i am trying to say is i dont get how you could pull lines 6,9 on bg from what i count i can only pull 7 but if i make the starting value 0 then i can only pull 6 of the values from bg color.........urgh forgive me i read over that and i sound like a dumbass...i need some help urhg

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Posted on 03-11-05 18:39
This mission is funny because you don't actually need to know the first thing about substrings. Forget substrings, that's all I'm saying.


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Posted on 03-11-05 22:04
s1=window|.do|cument.bgColor;
a2=wi|ndow.d|ocument.linkColor;

v3=s1.substring (6,9)+a2.substring (2,8);
e4=v3.toUpperCase ();

alright... so i take letters 6-9 from s1 and 2-8 from a2?
i end up with .dondow.d and when i make it caps it stilled doesnt work am i at kleast going the right way?
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i also tried to take the 6th 9th 2nd and 8th letters and got "woid". is that even close?

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ok i dunno how all this substring stuff works but there's another way to do it. hint- in order to go to the page where your points are, you have to enter the correct password. if you enter the wrong password, you'll get an error message. Maybe there's a way to change the page so you never need to find out the real password. MAYBE you can change it so it gives you points for putting in the... *GASP* WRONG password.




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Posted on 03-11-05 22:12
Urghhhh, stop figuring out the substrings (which, by the way, could easily be calculated by JS). How can you satisfy a lower case answer as well as an upper case answer? You're barking up the wrong tree.


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Posted on 04-11-05 03:39
ok lets its thinky time!
..ok now, from fagitz hint we know to disregaurd the substring
done!
ok but we still need the some sort of value.
these are bgcolor and linkcolor
bgcolor="D0D0D0 link=#FF9900
but then what dose (6,9) and (2,8) mean?
and if im not on the right track then well.....lol i dont know!
i spend most of my time at school trying to figue this one out have it written down and every thing hmmm "Im preaty smart" yah as smart as a rock! but yes i fail to see this one and when i do i know it will be somthing really retarted and we will all hate ourself for not noticing and stuff and stuff ect so dont worry people it will all work out sooner or later and we can be retarted to geather Yaaaa!Pfft Opps i was rambling on
sorry ^^
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Posted on 04-11-05 03:42
(6,9) n (2,8) looks like points for a graph.. Im stumped here too lol
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Posted on 05-11-05 15:44
fagitz wrote:
Urghhhh, stop figuring out the substrings (which, by the way, could easily be calculated by JS). How can you satisfy a lower case answer as well as an upper case answer? You're barking up the wrong tree.


well u cant...unless you use numbers cause they are neither uppercase or lower case. soooo wud you put the pass into binary?


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Posted on 17-12-05 20:21
urgh i may be far from beating this i have a clue, well at lease i think its one. Ok now correct me if im wrong (freaking HELP!) but the 2 lines s1=window.document.bgColor;
a2=window.document.linkColor;
focus on bgcolor="#D0D0D0"
and the link color witch is link="#FF9900" right? (OH GOD PLZ HELP!)
now after some time like some of you guys we realize the code
#D0D0D0 is really a color! so is the link code!
http://www.acc.umu.se/~widmark/lwbgcolo.html(to see what i mean input the code D0D0D0 to see its changes the color of the page and what not. Now ive found a hex chart for the colors but its not working out right now Sad )
am i even on the right track? or am i far from it
insert feed back here please! Smile
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Posted on 18-12-05 01:20
ok, i've just got this i'll give you all a hint. you've all got:

v3=s1.substring (6,9)+a2.substring (2,8);

so why dont you do javascript:alert with that equation exept change it abit.


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Posted on 18-12-05 02:02
yes, j/ have it alert what v1 and s1 equal
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