Stego 1

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Re: Stego One

Post by crayaku on Mon Feb 16, 2009 3:37 pm
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Defience wrote:
crayaku wrote:ok so iv been triying this one for some time naw [im stuck on basic 11 so im hear naw lol ] ok so iv googled null bites, got some *** editers and started to look cant find eney thing that comes close eney help


Yes, keep looking. It's up to you to find the area where the markers are.


shoed i conver this *** 2 t*t as it sead in anuver post or just ceep posting in all the small codes

so meney litle codes lol gives you a head-ake reading lol
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Re: Stego One

Post by Defience on Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:23 pm
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crayaku wrote:
Defience wrote:
crayaku wrote:ok so iv been triying this one for some time naw [im stuck on basic 11 so im hear naw lol ] ok so iv googled null bites, got some *** editers and started to look cant find eney thing that comes close eney help


Yes, keep looking. It's up to you to find the area where the markers are.


shoed i conver this *** 2 t*t as it sead in anuver post or just ceep posting in all the small codes

so meney litle codes lol gives you a head-ake reading lol


I have no idea what you are saying.....
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Re: Stego One

Post by aNewHobby4me on Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:42 pm
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Defience wrote:
crayaku wrote: ...


I have no idea what you are saying.....


Glad you said that. I thought it was just me. Okay, to make this post on-topic:

This is an encoded message, the only tip you get is '2 null bytes'

Thank (or blame :P) tiksi for making this challenge

NOTE: There is no encoding error, stop submitting bug reports about it.


Easy to find (given the tip), difficult to decipher. I completed it just this morning. This one is worthy of Oliver Twist.
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Re: Stego One

Post by crayaku on Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:51 pm
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do i need a HEX to TEXT converter cos i just cant read eney of the text
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Re: Stego One

Post by Defience on Tue Feb 17, 2009 1:08 pm
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crayaku wrote:do i need a HEX to TEXT converter cos i just cant read eney of the text


You need to use the given clue to locate where the message might be hidden. Once you have that area try different things. Hex to text converter? I don't think so but hey....if it works for you....
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Re: Stego One

Post by Devoney on Fri Feb 27, 2009 11:58 am
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So I took the hint,
Found quite quickly the location (at least I think its the location)

[Outlines his steps]

Tried all the normal ascii strings that yielded from my strategy, but no success.

Could some one point me a direction, am I even in the right place?

Hopefully this information is not spoilish...
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Re: Stego One

Post by TheMindRapist on Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:35 pm
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You are correct in how you are finding and interpreting the data, so I would think one of your strings would have worked.
I edited your post so people can't copy you.
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Re: Stego One

Post by KyleAnderson on Wed Mar 04, 2009 10:29 pm
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Ok well I know what is "missing", and I've tried all the possibilities to get real ascii, and only one is human readable.

37h***

That really should be the answer, it fits the hint, it has what is "missing", what the crap am I missing!? :x

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Re: Stego One

Post by aNewHobby4me on Wed Mar 04, 2009 10:44 pm
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KyleAnderson wrote:Ok well I know what is "missing", and I've tried all the possibilities to get real ascii, and only one is human readable.

[edit]

That really should be the answer, it fits the hint, it has what is "missing", what the crap am I missing!? :x

Kyle


Close you are, but not there yet. And there are several possibilities, so you must have overlooked something...go try some more, and PM me if you still are stumped.
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Re: Stego One

Post by krippling on Thu Apr 02, 2009 12:17 am
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I am getting the password like 8f***.... , but there are some non alphanumeric chars in it as well, which i feel is not right.
Im new to stego so i dont really know if i am even on the right track here. something tells me it has got something to do with L*B, is it?

-- Thu Apr 02, 2009 11:23 pm --

hmmm, i got "37ha**" as well
am i supposed to be close to the real answer? aah my head...
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