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Posted on 24-09-05 13:25
Just thought id give this post another try.Ive been on this mission for ages trying to guess the url, i tried to amke a url brute forcer in php, that was too slow, so now im trying it in vb6. Anyone, is this near and if not whats wrong please.
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/members/ file transmitted.txt
If your feeling realy kind then pm the actual url
I do not belive this is asking for a spoiler due to the amount of time ive been on this damn mission
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Posted on 24-09-05 13:34
you don't need a URL-bruteforcer... Try paying for the software... Maybe read an article here at HBH?
- Should not be too hard ;Smile




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Posted on 24-09-05 13:50
What do you mean by paying for the software - get a different error? or get a program that finds the url?
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Posted on 24-09-05 13:55
oh, you've got the error already Smile What is it referring to? A folder/ a file? Try to find it... What would be an obvious name?


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Posted on 24-09-05 13:58
/mem/ file trans***.***
is the error although ive heard from people taht you dont use the mem part
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Posted on 24-09-05 14:00
er sorry, a file within a folder is what i meant, a txt file, and i have tried a lot of obvious names