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Posted on 06-10-05 22:57
I am trying to make a brute force program to find the file for this mission. I know C, javascript, and a little php. The problem is that I can not figure out how to access a url from the script. I have tried using php's fopen() and used the 'r' mode but this does not seem to work. Is there any way i could do this with C? I know C better than any other language and would prefer to make it with C. Any ideas?
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Posted on 06-10-05 23:14
Bah, it's nice to be familiar with programming, but not really necessary. Just take into account that it's hourly and it won't take too long. Probably less time than coding it all.
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Posted on 06-10-05 23:20
Your just wasting time doing that really


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Posted on 07-10-05 00:12
Fopen does work. Fopen will return true or false according to if the url exists or not. Combine that with a loop(I tested half a day at a time) and it should be easy.
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Posted on 07-10-05 01:50
It can be done easily with javascript. If anyone has questions about how to do it, pm me.
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Posted on 07-10-05 16:23
^^^ Submit an article on it, the javascript challenges lack any aspect of this kind of JS coding. Would be a good read.
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Posted on 07-10-05 20:12
I will get right on that

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