javascript mission 3

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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by boxmein on Mon Jun 20, 2011 6:10 am
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1. Can you make the browser do the operations for you?
2. If yes, then how?
3. Can you make the browser display the answer for you?
4. If yes, then how?
Might be a spoiler: http://pastebin.com/hxCi1Fx6
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by realitywinsall on Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:16 pm
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I don't know if this is asking too much but i know the number i just don't know how many decimal places it goes to.
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by GSmyrlis on Sat Feb 25, 2012 12:30 pm
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OMG that was a really good challenge :D
At the end it was really funny. :)
You guys have really to look what it is writen VERY carefully.
It says x lenght and not just x so watch out. :D

If I said too much you do whatever you want with my topic.
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by mikesdeman on Wed Feb 29, 2012 3:39 pm
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Hint. The number of possible passwords goes well over 3E59 ;)
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by NyteSniper on Sat Jun 09, 2012 6:23 pm
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Lol I figured it out in like 15 minutes...the hardest part was understanding 'x.length == moo'

Moo is easy to find...its just understand what that statement means. Find what Moo is and then play with it a little and you'll get it.
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by justwilliambrown on Wed Oct 17, 2012 7:30 am
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I'm getting 19.25
does bidmas apply here???
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by limdis on Fri Oct 19, 2012 9:55 am
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justwilliambrown wrote:I'm getting 19.25
does bidmas apply here???

Yes. Recheck your math. Now if you want to be crafty/lazy you can make javascript do the work for you ;)
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by Backbite on Mon Oct 22, 2012 3:21 pm
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Arnumi wrote:var moo = the number of characters in the password


yes it tell about that this mission test about your operation calculate only
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by hyperpower on Wed Jan 02, 2013 11:56 am
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I'm not having a problem figuring out the password(s), that's easy.

But the javascript code is shown in a textarea element, as opposed to a script element... as far as I can tell, there's no actual javascript check() function. When I type in my password, nothing happens. There's no fail popup or win popup. I tried modifying the textarea element to a script element (along with modifying the onClick attributes) using the chrome developer tools, and when I submitted it that time I got the win popup, but that didn't register as a completed challenge.

Anyone else having this problem?

Edit: Found the source of this problem, it's a similar issue in mission 6. If you're using Chrome with SSL, it won't load any scripts with absolute URLs that are not HTTPS. It doesn't seem like it's possible to disable SSL in new versions of Chrome, so I just used Firefox to complete both this mission and 6. The admins should stop using absolute URLs if they wish to offer SSL connections.
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by missingfall on Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:47 am
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i have the same problem, i have the right password but nothing happens, no win or fail alert. i tried to rutn of SSL in firefox but that won't work as i have to access the site through SSL. I can't change the URL to HTTP, it will automatically change to HTTPS. if i turn off SSL, i can't access the site anymore. Any help on that?
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