Javascript mission 5

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Re: Javascript mission 5

Post by _Kaiser on Tue Jun 23, 2009 10:34 pm
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You need absolutely nothing more than your web browser.

If there's something there you don't understand, google it to learn about it.

If you remember java 3, you should be able to find the answer in a similar way to how you found the value of moo.

Just think it over. If all else fails, take c24lightning's advice:

c24lightning wrote:Use a js injection to decrypt it - but you have to know what you're injecting first...
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Re: Javascript mission 5

Post by waelkd on Mon Jul 06, 2009 6:53 pm
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<script language="Javascript">
moo = unescape('%69%6C%6F%76%65%6D%6F%6F');
696C6F76656D6F6F
function check (x) {
if (x == moo)
{
alert("Ahh.. so that's what she means");
window.location = "../../../missions/javascript/5/?lvl_password="+x;
}
else {
alert("Nope... try again!");
}
}
</script>

and http://www.asciitable.com/

what is hex. code here ?
just fill in the blanks
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Re: Javascript mission 5

Post by jaketb16 on Tue Aug 04, 2009 2:00 am
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All you need is a browser to do this challenge, nothing more, nothing less.

Start by looking at script itself:
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moo = unescape('%69%6C%6F%76%65%6D%6F%6F');
      function check (x) {
        if (x == moo)
        {
          alert("Ahh.. so that's what she means");
          window.location = "../../../missions/javascript/5/?lvl_password="+x;
        }
        else {
          alert("Nope... try again!");
        }
}


Do you recognize all the terms there? Probably not, as you're still looking for help. If you go through the code, you'll realize it looks just some of the previous scripts. But what's different?

The clue is telling you that "Runescape" was spelled wrong. Obviously, it's spelled like it is on purpose, but why? Try looking it up, after a few minutes, and some reasoning, I'm sure you'll have the answer!
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Re: Javascript mission 5

Post by orunu on Sun Aug 09, 2009 6:06 pm
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OMG!! its so easy!!

for those who are stuck

hope this isn't to big a of a spoiler or hint:

looks verycarfully at the source theres a certain javascript injection i belive it is that you can use in your browser to manipulate the password just have to add a smig to it :)
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Re: Javascript mission 5

Post by SenileFrog on Sun Aug 23, 2009 2:08 am
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Google 'unescape'

Find the w3schools explanation.

Then, utilize javascript injections to find the password.

Good Luck!
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Re: Javascript mission 5

Post by g0kSi on Tue Sep 08, 2009 11:05 pm
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[SPOILER]
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Re: Javascript mission 5

Post by Etelerix on Sat Sep 12, 2009 9:00 am
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Does this mission have anything to do with %69%6C%6F%76%65%6D%6F%6F and somehow figuring out how to decrypt it?
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Re: Javascript mission 5

Post by sanddbox on Sat Sep 12, 2009 11:42 am
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Yep.

It's incredibly easy if you google unescape. Play the game, once you're level 75 come back here :D. Seriously, though, google unescape.

Oh my gawd...while posting this I realized why it's called unescape! Zomg. It's (minor spoiler, highlight to view)

un-escape!
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Re: Javascript mission 5

Post by testinggrounds on Sun Sep 13, 2009 11:20 pm
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you might want to find any online tool for this one. :)
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Re: Javascript mission 5

Post by Etelerix on Mon Sep 14, 2009 12:35 am
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I got it now. :D

Firebug really is a useful tool!

use it anytime you can.
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