Javascript Mission 7

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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by AnShLv on Wed May 06, 2009 2:05 pm
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Hello. I did the mission, it was quite simple, you just need to know javascript. In fact I copied the code to a new document on the desktop and slightly modified it to get to the truth in a few seconds thanks to the previous posts.

But what I did not understand, though I am programming in JS for a long time - if you omitted the <form> tag out there and just placed the <button> or whatever tag without a form, how can I access it's properties with js? Cause in fact it breaks the DOM model, cause you should use document.button, but not document.forms[0].button or so. If the button has the id than I get it as well, but in the cahllenge we get no ident of the button. And I wanted to solve it a bit more ellegant )) So please advice, Thx.
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by Snaffaleffo on Wed May 06, 2009 2:39 pm
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I just checked it and it's working fine. You should get the "You Win" alert and then click "ok". It should update your missions if done correctly.


Ok thanks ! And sry.
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by alotest on Wed May 06, 2009 4:22 pm
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This mission took me 5 seconds

I used the javascript: function in the address bar and pasted some code which brought up another page

I looked at the source code and pass jumped out at me
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by fskreuz on Thu May 07, 2009 7:45 pm
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This method may have a lot of methods but notepad (with its replace function) really helped.

You may think its another hard method of obfuscation, BUT ITS TOTALLY NOT!! :D
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by xOdin on Sat May 23, 2009 7:07 pm
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My advice, don't spend TOO much time on this mission.

Surprisingly it was my fastest mission.
I did everything with firefox and a few addons.
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by insomaniacal on Wed May 27, 2009 2:41 pm
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All you need for this mission is Firefox. After spending way too much time on this mission, I realized that ;p ...

Firefox needs to be able to decrypt the code, so think of a way you could observe this, or it's result on your computer. (Hope this isn't too much of a spoiler).
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by gyppo on Sun Jun 07, 2009 2:34 pm
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You can un-obfuscate with one line of python...
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by DeathStory on Mon Jun 08, 2009 4:09 pm
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guys this is soo easy. The obfuscation really doesnt matter. *i hope im not giving any spoilers* but dont try to deobfuscate because it really wont help. and from what i understand you cant deobfuscate but i may have been reading false information. The password is in the source. Just look.
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by PerfectSymmetry on Mon Jun 08, 2009 6:11 pm
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DeathStory wrote:guys this is soo easy. The obfuscation really doesnt matter. *i hope im not giving any spoilers* but dont try to deobfuscate because it really wont help. and from what i understand you cant deobfuscate but i may have been reading false information. The password is in the source. Just look.


No... It needs to be deobfuscated (love that word, I keep saying it over and over out loud :D )
Look at an ascii table and look for similarities with the obfuscation.
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by godofcereal on Tue Jun 09, 2009 4:30 am
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PerfectSymmetry wrote:
DeathStory wrote:guys this is soo easy. The obfuscation really doesnt matter. *i hope im not giving any spoilers* but dont try to deobfuscate because it really wont help. and from what i understand you cant deobfuscate but i may have been reading false information. The password is in the source. Just look.


No... It needs to be deobfuscated (love that word, I keep saying it over and over out loud :D )
Look at an ascii table and look for similarities with the obfuscation.


No it doest, theres a very easy way to do this mission.
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