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Realistic 7, Find the password file for admin directory


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Posted on 03-07-10 08:03
I've tried the following for the directory variable:
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Posted on 03-07-10 08:17
One of the articles asked me to pluralise it. From your response, I considered only the pluralised ones (totally 3) and made them singular. It still doesn't work.

May I PM you? I've tried at least 10 other combinations apart from these.

EDIT: I got it. You have to pass the directory name in the url. I modified the HTML using firebug and it didn't work. I know the difference between GET and POST, but I don't understand why this mission was made this way. It makes sense if GET doesn't work, because the method of the form is POST. It's not like I'm modifying an internal variable by using PHP's register globals. Can someone explain what's going on?

Edited by on 03-07-10 08:36