Javascript mission 6

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Re: Javascript mission 6

Post by Etelerix on Mon Sep 14, 2009 12:54 am
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testinggrounds wrote:wtf!!!! this is crazy!

if you're having trouble, look at the source very closely....

[removed] and if this person writes something like "if th1s 1s 4 5p0il3r s0z lolol" I swear to god...

sorry if I'm spoiling, hope it helps... ;)

:evil: warned

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Re: Javascript mission 6

Post by bravoshc on Mon Nov 30, 2009 1:52 pm
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Oh it's a pure spoiler. I think they shouldn't allow this type of help. It did help me, but I don't really feel proud when completing a level like this :P I wonder if I would thought about that. What I noticed is that there is no checkpass method in that javascript which was fishy to me, but I didn't notice the link.
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Re: Javascript mission 6

Post by kerokami on Thu Dec 31, 2009 12:31 am
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You know, I'm pretty sure now that if there is a hell, this is probably how it would be coded.

I just got so irritated with the code that I actually started hating this mission... but it was also kind of amusing...
It's just that even when I figured out and was finishing it, I still felt like I didn't know WTF I was doing.
The difficulty description is accurate...

I think the best thing to do here is just to not think too much about what you initially in the source.. it's redundant and confusing.. I mean, you should look at it of course, but don't think that the whole answer is there.
You'll just end up over-thinking everything... which.. actually is pretty understandable with this test based on my experience with it, (I hope that's not unique too me...) but anyway, what you want is somewhere else.
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Re: Javascript mission 6

Post by zealousgelisticastic on Mon Jan 11, 2010 7:39 pm
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Ompet wrote:Just don't forget the Space and it will be fine :)
Wow. I'm an idiot.
Currently: Noob trying to master HTML.
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Re: Javascript mission 6

Post by sanddbox on Mon Jan 11, 2010 8:34 pm
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Etelerix wrote:
testinggrounds wrote:wtf!!!! this is crazy!

if you're having trouble, look at the source very closely....

spoiler omitted

sorry if I'm spoiling, hope it helps... ;)


No, you're not spoiling, you're just giving them the answer. Don't worry, no harm done.

[/sarcasm] Of COURSE it's a spoiler.
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Re: Javascript mission 6

Post by FlamingToaster on Mon Jan 18, 2010 1:55 am
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Registered so i could say this.

First find the link cause the answer is in there.
Also don't waste your time with the +'s unless you like to have the wrong pass :P
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Re: Javascript mission 6

Post by goodwillwins on Mon Mar 15, 2010 11:20 am
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Faith may be getting smarter by the day ............. But i think I'm developing hacker instincts :D


Wonder how i got the answer !!!! Just by clicking here and there in the source(using firefox's default source viewer)
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Re: Javascript mission 6

Post by kaoS555 on Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:52 pm
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The first 5 posts gave me all I needed to solve this one :mrgreen:
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Re: Javascript mission 6

Post by d0nut on Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:08 pm
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Surprised myself, I finished in a matter of seconds.

Just pay close attention to what's going where and whether or not it's relevant.
To start put together the two sections of js and work out all the variables. All of them.

The one's that lead to a dead end obviously aren't what you need. (*wink, wink*)

Throw them out and just finish up the work...
should be pie from there on out.
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Re: Javascript mission 6

Post by minivenom on Mon Dec 13, 2010 1:37 pm
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I got to the second word of the answer by accident, using a javascript injection. I then followed some of the hints and got to the relevant code and there i got my answer. The biggest mistake was probably missing the space between the words. Don't forget the space!
Hope i'm not giving too much of a hint/giving a hint that was already given.
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