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Re: Programming 10

Post by acskurucz on Sun Mar 29, 2009 2:57 pm
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f3jk3r wrote:
acskurucz wrote:yeah, it should identify as ****XX, so you messed up something. check what is the x coordinate of the first pixel in a line. i can imagine that as the problem, but i don't know which chars have you got.


Thanks acskurucz! Shit, didn't even try this way. Ok, I think I'm back on track (now I'm in the same position as dwmead03, with 32-byte hash).

EDIT: Just finished the mission. acskurucz, thanks again.

Np, you were on the right track, just u did a really annoying fail :)
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Re: Programming 10

Post by dwmead03 on Tue Mar 31, 2009 8:51 pm
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f3jk3r wrote:Thanks acskurucz! Shit, didn't even try this way. Ok, I think I'm back on track (now I'm in the same position as dwmead03, with 32-byte hash).

EDIT: Just finished the mission. acskurucz, thanks again.


Well crap. Now I feel dumb. I'm still stuck on this hash. I'm assuming is a SHA256 hash and I'm having no luck! I'm tried brute-forcing and even checking online databases with no luck! Am I missing something?
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Re: Programming 10

Post by acskurucz on Wed Apr 01, 2009 8:29 am
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dwmead03 wrote:Well crap. Now I feel dumb. I'm still stuck on this hash. I'm assuming is a SHA256 hash and I'm having no luck! I'm tried brute-forcing and even checking online databases with no luck! Am I missing something?


Yes, you missed to read the description of this challange :P
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Re: Programming 10

Post by DrakierD on Tue Apr 28, 2009 11:11 am
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Edit:
Nevermind.. I solved it
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Re: Programming 10

Post by darilma2 on Tue Aug 04, 2009 3:57 pm
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How do you get the data, I could't figure out anythig at all. All I can see from pixel values is that they don't exceed a maximum.
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Re: Programming 10

Post by Defience on Tue Aug 04, 2009 5:00 pm
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Check the R,G,B values and see if you notice anything about their values. Something should be noticeable.
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Re: Programming 10

Post by darilma2 on Wed Aug 05, 2009 3:44 pm
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I did it already but that did not give me any clue abaut the data. There is only one significant value in each image but I couldn't see any data pattern. A question for me now is whether the data is hidden in the image or not?
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Re: Programming 10

Post by Defience on Thu Aug 06, 2009 9:31 pm
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darilma2 wrote:I did it already but that did not give me any clue abaut the data. There is only one significant value in each image but I couldn't see any data pattern. A question for me now is whether the data is hidden in the image or not?


Hmm....the data is there and stood out to me when checking the R,G,B values.
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Re: Programming 10

Post by edilVin on Sun Aug 23, 2009 3:42 pm
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I found what I think is the data (chars), however it doesn't tell me anything at all, just that those values doesn't match with the colors in the image. Maybe there is a certain kind of encoding that I must use, I don't know I even tried to google but nothing comes up. I'm really stuck here, I would appreciate any help, thanks.


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Re: Programming 10

Post by BhaaL on Mon Aug 24, 2009 12:16 pm
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Doesn't something feel familiar? Like, the amount or the value range or something like that?
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