Javascript Mission 7

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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by testinggrounds on Mon Sep 14, 2009 1:25 am
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I hope this one won't spoil them.. :)

[Edited by Defience]

and you will get the pass.. :)
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by bravoshc on Mon Nov 30, 2009 4:15 pm
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I've finished the mission, but I didn't get it completely. One of the things that interest me is why is source different when using the firebug ? Hope I don't give away more than the other already did.
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by chabz on Tue Dec 22, 2009 8:35 pm
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i dont know if anyone else did this, but i used the the js deobfuscator add-on for firefox, and i just got the password. it was just in the script as "blank == password" it worked perfectly. im not sure how it was so easy, and if anyone can give me further info about obfuscation, plz do because i kinda feel like a skiddie now.
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by sanddbox on Tue Dec 22, 2009 8:49 pm
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chabz wrote:i dont know if anyone else did this, but i used the the js deobfuscator add-on for firefox, and i just got the password. it was just in the script as "blank == password" it worked perfectly. im not sure how it was so easy, and if anyone can give me further info about obfuscation, plz do because i kinda feel like a skiddie now.


Honestly, you don't need to de-obfuscate it.

Think about it. Your browser reads it somehow.

If only I could think of the name of that firefox addon that advertises showing you the real-time html...now what was the name of it...
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by faazshift on Tue Dec 22, 2009 9:09 pm
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sanddbox wrote:If only I could think of the name of that firefox addon that advertises showing you the real-time html...now what was the name of it...

Are you talking about the web developer toolbar? I know that has an option to 'view generated source'.
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by sanguinerane on Sat Dec 26, 2009 10:26 pm
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hmm.. everyone is talking about using these fancy apps to do this
all i did was look at the source code, see what needs to be decoded, then used javascript injection in the url bar to decode the javascript code. if you don't know how to use javascript inject, go back to the basics. if you need the function to decode the "encrypted" text, read through this thread..
anyways.. thanks to those who developed the javascript missions! they were pretty fun! too bad they were so short..
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by shawty220 on Wed Dec 30, 2009 8:36 am
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Mission easy, all you need is FireBug...
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by jakon68 on Wed Dec 30, 2009 11:58 am
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Its very easy, but you must know how. ;-)

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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by Gnutral on Wed Dec 30, 2009 2:13 pm
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*shrug*

I was disappointed with the Javascript missions. They ended entirely too quickly.

That said, I just looked at the code and realized how easily I could remove the garbage, unnecessary code and put the rest in to a translator. It gives you more of an idea of what is actually going on than Web Dev or Firebug will.
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Re: Javascript Mission 7

Post by kitejr on Wed Jan 06, 2010 8:17 pm
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Same method as gnutral, used notepad++ to find and replace what I knew was junk and decoded the ..... in a converter I may have to try doing it manually using the ascii table or finding out the way its done with javascript injection.

This http://www.stunnix.com/prod/jo/ was a huge hint for me if I didn't find that site ( did NOT download the program) It prolly would have taken me weeks or months to figure it out; that and the fact that studying for a+ in the past and ccna present gave me a better understanding of what I need to do.

Hopefully its not to big a hint.
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