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New idea (Timed Challange)

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Posted on 31-01-08 01:08
Hey, i had an idea about a new challenge and it fits into the timed challenges www.hellboundhackers.org/fusion_images/smiley/grin.gif

So its about checking if a certain number is a palindrome or not ..

A palindrome is a number or a text phrase that reads the same backward as forward. For example,
each of the following five-digit numbers are palindromes: 12321, 55555, 45554 and 11611.

Just in our case its a number not a text phrase. For example the script echos a random number like "1234"
(not a specific digits) and you have 1 sec or so to CHECK.

And you have to enter the password as:

"reversedNumber":palindrome OR
"reversedNumber":notpalindrome

in our case it would be

4321:notpalindrome

its just have to contain the reversed number and the kind of that number, we can't just make the password "palindrome" and "notpalindrome" that can be guessed lol.

So what do you think !




Edited by ZvirX on 31-01-08 01:17
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RE: New idea (Timed Challange)


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Posted on 31-01-08 01:47
I am sorry to say, "I don't like it." It's too easy.

I would like something more challenging.

edit: If I were to come up with a time challenge, I would like something like:

There are a number of stored 1 move checkmate puzzles. When someone visits the challenge 5 webpage, it gives you a string, which has the annotated chess peace positions (eg W: Kd4, Ng5; B: Kh8, Rg8, Ph7, Pg7). You have to read that string and find out the checkmating move (In this case answer: Nf7#).

..but then again this is not a chess site, it's a hacking site. so...




Edited by on 31-01-08 01:59