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Posted on 16-11-07 01:34
I don't now how to code C++ but I do know that I could probly learn it. Or I can code it in BlitzPlus and someone could look at it. I have never rooted anything in real life but if someone tells me the steps etc. I can code it. I am going to start learn C++ tonight Smile
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Posted on 16-11-07 01:47
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I don't now how to code C++ but I do know that I could probly learn it. Or I can code it in BlitzPlus and someone could look at it. I have never rooted anything in real life but if someone tells me the steps etc. I can code it. I am going to start learn C++ tonight Smile


OMG, just shut the fuck up. You act like the "steps to rooting" are just something that can magically be learned in the span of a few days. Rooting requires experience. Go code a Basic challenge.



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Posted on 16-11-07 01:52
whatever... I have rooted stuff. I know what you do to root it I would need to KNOW how he wants it to be done. So if you have a problem with this I am sorry maybe you should do it your self.
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Posted on 16-11-07 01:55
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I have never rooted anything in real life

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whatever... I have rooted stuff.


In the great words of Fritzo:


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Posted on 16-11-07 02:03
yes, they were simulated but they explained real details on how to do it. maybe I should be more specfic sencs you obvlously are retadted.
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Posted on 16-11-07 02:05
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yes, they were simulated but they explained real details on how to do it. maybe I should be more specfic sencs you obvlously are retadted.


Given your history, and my current level of respect for you, you have no right to call anyone retarded.

Since today seems to be weeding-out-worthless-assfucks day, lets get masta out of here too.
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Given your history, and my current level of respect for you, you have no right to call anyone retarded.


He didn't call anyone retarded. Zephyr simply is "retadted", obvlously.



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Posted on 16-11-07 02:07
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maybe I should be more specfic sencs you obvlously are retadted.


No, maybe you should find a fucking spellchecker, "sencs you obvlously are retadted".


yes, they were simulated but they explained real details on how to do it.


Oh, really? Is rooting all changing directories, looking for an open FTP port, and being able to remember a few *nix commands? Seriously, you're out of your league. If you want to learn C++, fine. Don't try to act like you know some shit you don't have a clue about. And don't try to pick shit with someone who DOES know.



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Posted on 16-11-07 02:20
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hacker2k wrote:

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int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    char dir;
    char * privileges;
    char * user;
    char * password;
    cout << "Please Login:";
    cin >> user;
    if (user=="Guest")
    {
                      privileges="0";
    }
    cout << privileges;
}




dunno what language that is as i only know Java and Pascal, but i see the variable user defined as char and then given a string value. is that the error youre talking about or im just ranting here?


It's not an error, the variable is declared as a pointer. The pointer can point to the first index of an array of char (string), but in this case the only thing that is declared is the pointer not the array. It's not well coded and I hardly see how he is trying to code it.




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Posted on 16-11-07 02:28
Yes the rooting I did included exploiting a c file. Gaining access to the next user until you got to the end.
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Posted on 16-11-07 02:31
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Here is my code so far:

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int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    char dir;
    char * privileges;
    char * user;
    char * password;
    cout << "Please Login:";
    cin >> user;
    if (user=="Guest")
    {
                      privileges="0";
    }
    cout << privileges;
}




Can someone point out what is wrong with this or is it just my OS messing up an not the program.


What your doing wrong is that you can't compare string using ==. String are array and array CAN'T be compare with ==. Use the function strcmp instead.

Also your variable are not properly declared. When you declare an array you must set his size. For the variable privileges an integer would be more appropriate than string.

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int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    char dir[100];
    int privileges;
    char user[20];
    char password[20];
    cout << "Please Login:";
    cin >> user;
    if (strcmp(user,"Guest"))
    {
            privileges = 0;
    }
    printf("%ld", privileges);
}







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Posted on 16-11-07 02:33
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Yes the rooting I did included exploiting a c file. Gaining access to the next user until you got to the end.


A C file? A fucking "C File"? Are you fucking kidding me?

Just shut up. Yes, we've all been to RootThisBox, and yes, we can all get past the first level. It doesn't count.
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Posted on 16-11-07 02:35
WTF!!! what is this noob doing in our previously 1337 thread!!
i recommend implementing the following lolcode applet

HAI APPLET
CAN HAS KICK_NOOBZ
VISIBLE "N00BZ KICKED"
KKTHXBYE


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Posted on 16-11-07 02:39
wtf is root this box?
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Posted on 16-11-07 02:44
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Yes the rooting I did included exploiting a c file. Gaining access to the next user until you got to the end.

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A C file? A fucking "C File"? Are you fucking kidding me?


Well, according to him, it was a very intimidating C file; it had a HUGE Class C IP address. Pfft Oh, and since he has so much trouble not even trying to learn PHP, attacking a simulated C file is a victory for him. Makes me wonder exactly how much "BlitzBasic" he was actually able to do... a programmer can pick up any language's ways pretty easily.

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wtf is root this box?


That's right... you don't know how to Google. You never learned, either. That's why your ass gets flamed every time you set foot in the damn forum. Once, just once... Google and find your own damn answer. You are the ONLY ONE HERE that doesn't know what RtB is, or how to find it.





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Posted on 16-11-07 02:49
I have seen the URL rootthisbox.org but it is down.
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Posted on 16-11-07 02:54
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I have seen the URL rootthisbox.org but it is down.


Judging from your previous posts, you're probably spelling the URL wrong. Looks like it's up, from where I'm standing. Now that we've established that... just stop trying to save face. We know you haven't rooted a real box, we know you've only done simulations and, if you keep trying to insist that simulations are like the real thing... then I will have to ask Fritzo, respectfully, to finish out this thread. My flaming is not even close to that, so just stop.



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Posted on 16-11-07 02:55
There is PullThePlug (now know as Over the Wire). It's pretty good to learn rooting.


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Posted on 16-11-07 03:02
so hows the C++ study going? or has that been cancelled already?


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Posted on 16-11-07 05:30
It is true I have never rooted a real box Sad I am sorry for what I said I am by nature a defensive person, also does anyone know of a C++ compiler for Linux, BackTrack 2 as this is what I am running. I would be grateful if someone could help me learn privilege escalation, and other helpful rooting techniques. I will have a look at PullThePlug.
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