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Posted on 10-02-07 21:50
Well, keep in mind that there is a template for you at http://www.thisis. . . if you like it and want to use it. Otherwise, good luck with the site and I hope you can find more time to work on it.


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Posted on 10-02-07 23:13
http://www.nickscomputing.com/advanced/advarticles/advprograming/advphp.php

A couple problems in your tutorial.

1.

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<?php
$d=date("D");
if ($d=="Fri")
echo "Yes, it's friday!";
else
echo "Its not friday!";
?>





Should be...

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<?php
$d=date("D");
if ($d=="Fri") {
echo "Yes, it's friday!";
} else {
echo "Its not friday!";
}
?>





and...

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<?php
$pass=$_POST['password'];
//this will get the password from an HTML text box labeled password
if ($pass=="nick")
echo "Welcome, Nick";
else
echo "You are not Nick. Go away";
?>





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<?php
$pass=$_POST['password'];
//this will get the password from an HTML text box labeled password
if ($pass=="nick") {
echo "Welcome, Nick";
} else {
echo "You are not Nick. Go away";
}
?>





P.S. I got your password, decrypted the binary, decrypted the morse code, and brute forced the MD5 encryption and yep, it says "fuckyou"




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Posted on 10-02-07 23:20
thanks, keep the comments comin'


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Posted on 11-03-07 18:08
i've been working on it a little lately, some new features include:
Links (if you want to be added, just ask!)
Fixed downloads
Product reviews
More encrypt options

Things soon to come:
More reviews/articles/codes
More members (hopefully)


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Posted on 11-03-07 19:00
HardHackz comment is actually wrong, "{" and "}" aren't necessary if the code for it is one command long. So you can keep the first way if you prefer it.
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Posted on 11-03-07 19:22
Well HardHackz's code isn't wrong, its just that both of their codes do the same thing, just one is more efficient taking up less space / lines.

for example you could reduce 4 of the lines to 1 line like so

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echo if($pass == "nick") ? "Welcome, Nick" : "You are not Nick. Go away";






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Posted on 11-03-07 19:24
cool, didnt know you could do if...else in that way


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Posted on 11-03-07 19:56
atrcomb wrote:
im not quite sure, but i think someone could do this (im guessing this is close to your code)
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<?php
$hash = $_POST("hash");
$output = md5($hash);
echo $output;
?>





exploit:
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<?php
$output = md5("hello");
echo "<anything they wanted>";
somefunction(something bad);
echo $output;




where they would have typed in
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"hello");
echo "<anything they wanted>";
somefunction(something bad


and used your parentheses as the end of any statement ending in );

even after all that i dont know how much could actually be done, but all you have to remember is strip_tags() takes out not only html but php too. I hope ive been helpful.

overall, tho once the site has somemore features it should be pretty nice.


you cant escape PHP, its server-side. you cant exploit this.


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Posted on 11-03-07 20:23
@mr noob

ok it seems like i am being attacked for writing that, i just want everyone to know it was only in response to only.samurai's post telling him a strip_tags() was needed. I said i wasnt sure it would work but was just giving him a suggestion as to the possibilities of exploits.


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Posted on 11-03-07 21:16
im not attacking you, im simply informing you that it cannot be done. the previous replies were flames.


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Posted on 11-03-07 23:46
Well...the layout is terrible...and the top image isn't that good...I suggest do what placebo suggested..


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Posted on 12-03-07 01:05
mr noob wrote:
im not attacking you, im simply informing you that it cannot be done. the previous replies were flames.


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Posted on 12-03-07 04:59
Ok a few suggestions
the layout is boring but you know you may not be a designer but a coder like me, second i have always hated when someone uses tables and that table is not set to go all the way across the desktop screen, or if it doesn't it is left aligned.
may i suggest using:
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<div aiign-"center">



or for just the table adding the maroon colored text to the table tag
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<table align="center">




also if you want a more exciting looking website i suggest going to a template website charge or no charge and look at ideas from templates. last but not least a good template that i have seen has been the darkness template form elated here is a link to it and its free http://elated.com/pagekits/

don't forget, content keeps a site at its best so don't get outdated or slack on quality

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Posted on 12-03-07 20:13
thanks again for all the replys, if anyone wants to be an admin just pm me. I dont mind if your not great at php, etc. im not either so we could learn togather.


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Posted on 30-03-07 01:33
yay, my forums are actually somewhat active now

got some more articles, a sig request thing, new links (thanks to the new flea), more encrypters (thanks to hardhackz), and some other new things.

Check it out!


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Posted on 30-03-07 01:56
when i register the verification image doesnt show
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Posted on 30-03-07 02:08
crap... ill fix it

Ok, its fixed...

turbocharged... i tried an expariment and manualy created u an accound, just to see what would happen.. i will pm the password to you but it should have been emailed to admin@arabian-outlaw.com




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