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HellBound Hackers | Challenges | Rooting

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Some help with Rooting 1


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Posted on 14-04-07 14:39
Well i have moved to the "/" directory and i know the password is stored in p.... but i dont know how to open it. I have tryed everethyng but i cant open it . I am trying to guess the command for 3 day , so if anybody wants to give me a clue i will be very happy.


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Posted on 14-04-07 14:48
pm me with what you have
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Posted on 14-04-07 14:52
I cant something is wrong Shock


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Posted on 14-04-07 16:58
try using the same method you did to go down to "/" to go up to the folder you need. Also, Google for "Linux commands" and you should be able to find the command you need to view the password file. If you need more help, you can PM me.


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Posted on 14-04-07 17:09
regit wrote:
try using the same method you did to go down to "/" to go up to the folder you need. Also, Google for "Linux commands" and you should be able to find the command you need to view the password file. If you need more help, you can PM me.

10x but i have already compleated it.


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Posted on 14-04-07 18:57
do you have a cat?
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