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Posted on 04-10-05 21:53
i got the

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i tried some javascript injections but i cant get it to work


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Posted on 05-10-05 00:11
Have you tried looking at the original cookie before JS injection? You'll notive two of those are unnecessary.
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Posted on 18-10-05 02:47
Ok, i change the AuthID and i get this message at the bottom of the page

You are logged in as: john doe
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/hbh/public_html/challenges/real1/index.php:21) in /home/hbh/public_html/challenges/real1/index.php on line 40


am i doing it right, just something wrong with HBH server?
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Posted on 18-10-05 03:04
Worked for me, send me a pm with what you did and i'll try and find any mistake you may have done.




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Posted on 22-10-05 22:10
Yeah, that "shit" doesn't affect what you have to do - just what's originally set. You'd see johndoe's AuthID, but instead you see nothing. Just assume there was a value for AuthID that corresponded to johndoe, and act appropriately.