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Posted on 12-08-08 22:48
I am using PHP cURL to access the page and it ALL works, i can make it alert the string so i know i have the correct coding. I use $ans=base64_decode($hash); on it and then relocate to http://www.hellboundhackers.org/challenges/timed/timed1/index.php?b64=".$ans

this says wrong answer, is base64_decode not the right thing to use or what?? lol

thnx in advance for ANY help =]


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Posted on 12-08-08 22:51
That should work :ninja:


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Posted on 12-08-08 23:10
I think I had a similar problem to this when I did the challenge, except I did it in Python.

I can't help you for 100% sure but if you PM me your code I might be able to tell you what's wrong Smile



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Posted on 12-08-08 23:12
on the 'relocate thingy', "http://www.hellboundhackers.org/challenges/timed/timed1/index.php?b64=$ans" will work, double quotes parse variables inside of them.


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Posted on 12-08-08 23:28
try

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$ch = curl_copy_handle($firsthandle);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, "the_new_link");
curl_exec($ch);





you needed to send all the info to get the page, so you have to when sending it back as well. Maybe the problem, I don't know.




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Posted on 12-08-08 23:34
hmmm, quick question, is the decrypted string supposed to make sense? cos they all look extremely random lol


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Posted on 13-08-08 00:22
lol fixed it, just have a speed problem, just gonna put a refresh code in it, and loop it while i have a shower, maybe itll get it lol, any advice on getting it under a second is more than welcome tho xD


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Posted on 13-08-08 09:57
Optimize your code a bit? Write it in a faster language? Run it on a computer with a faster internet connection?


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Posted on 13-08-08 13:02
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Run it on a computer with a faster internet connection?

That's defiantely the most important thing for the timed challenges, even more important than effective code lol ^^


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Posted on 13-05-09 08:31
What kind of chars should i look...? o_O I'm using cURL from command line, with one of the GNU coreutils, and i can decode the string, it should be correct, 'cause i decrypted it in an online decoder and it's same as mine... Should i get chars like ^},;? :right:




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Posted on 13-05-09 19:29
986 wrote:
What kind of chars should i look...? o_O I'm using cURL from command line, with one of the GNU coreutils, and i can decode the string, it should be correct, 'cause i decrypted it in an online decoder and it's same as mine... Should i get chars like ^},;? :right:

It should be ugly. Here's an example of one I just decoded: 'qkf=*g({f2p;*l-h'
You must be sending it wrong.

By the way, this thread is old.


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Posted on 14-05-09 08:08
The tread is old, but my question is actual for me. :happy: The problem is not the way of sending, but the time... My PC is old (500MHz) and the net isn't good to... (1024/512)