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Re: Javascript missions

Post by e_ogwe on Fri Aug 13, 2010 4:22 pm
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i completed them without firebug and the easiest one was the last one:

i typed this into the address bar:

[Spoiler Removed] -- Goatboy

-- Fri Aug 13, 2010 4:22 pm --

i completed them without firebug and the easiest one was the last one:

i typed this into the address bar:

[Spoiler Removed] -- Goatboy

-- Fri Aug 13, 2010 4:23 pm --

XORMeBaby wrote:In all honesty, I'm am pleasantly surprised to didn't flame back. Kudos. You learn fast and well.

She wouldn't have said it if she didn't think it would help you. Or at least in this instance.

what is that supposed to mean
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Re: Javascript missions

Post by tgoe on Sat Aug 14, 2010 10:26 am
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@e_ogwe
Try using js to solve some programming missions :)
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Re: Javascript missions

Post by XORMeBaby on Mon Aug 16, 2010 12:58 pm
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e_ogwe wrote:
XORMeBaby wrote:In all honesty, I'm am pleasantly surprised to didn't flame back. Kudos. You learn fast and well.

She wouldn't have said it if she didn't think it would help you. Or at least in this instance.

what is that supposed to mean

It means exactly what it says...?
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Re: Javascript missions

Post by crascho on Fri Oct 08, 2010 7:42 am
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Hello i having trouble with hacking can some body help me i cant hack and i dont understand :@ ivan_edrilicar@hotmail.com or skype-ivan.stavreski pls explain me haacking :cry:
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Re: Javascript missions

Post by fashizzlepop on Fri Oct 08, 2010 6:16 pm
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crascho wrote:Hello i having trouble with hacking can some body help me i cant hack and i dont understand :@ ivan_edrilicar@hotmail.com or skype-ivan.stavreski pls explain me haacking :cry:


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Re: Javascript missions

Post by a1kuL on Sun Oct 10, 2010 5:28 pm
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wow yall are smart
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Re: Javascript missions

Post by fashizzlepop on Sun Oct 10, 2010 10:57 pm
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a1kuL wrote:wow yall are smart

Lol, irony.
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Re: Javascript missions

Post by condor_ze_killer on Sat Sep 08, 2012 3:09 pm
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I did the challenges with google chrome and all the challenges took me less than 10 minutes. That can't be serious cause i don't think that i'm a JS guru.
Maybe you should try to add more complicated JS like something like this :
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function checkPass()
{
   var p1 = "bewareoftheenigmagroupunderground";
   var p2 = "betterofftohacktherealownersboxes";
   var p3 = "wassaidbyadudepseudodpsychomarine";

   var confirmPass = document.login.password.value;

   var chk0 = 0;
   var pass = "";
   var base = "";


   for ( a = 0; a < p1.length; ++a )
   {
      var blah = confirmPass.substring ( chk0, chk0 + 1 );
      var chk1 = p1.substring ( a, a + 1 );
      var chk2 = p2.substring ( a, a + 1 );
      var chk3 = p3.substring ( a, a + 1 );

      if ( chk1 == chk3 ) { if ( chk1 == blah) { base = base + chk1; } else { break; } chk0++; }
      if ( chk2 == chk1 ) { if ( chk2 == blah) { base = base + chk2; } else { break; } chk0++; }
      if ( chk3 == chk2 ) { if ( chk3 == blah) { base = base + chk3; } else { break; } chk0++; }
      ( p1.length == a + 1 ) ? pass = base : false;
   }

   ( confirmPass != '' && confirmPass == pass ) ? window.location.href=pass+".php" : alert( "Wrong! Please try again." );

}
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Re: Javascript missions

Post by WallShadow on Sat Sep 08, 2012 3:16 pm
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condor_ze_killer wrote:I did the challenges with google chrome and all the challenges took me less than 10 minutes. That can't be serious cause i don't think that i'm a JS guru.


I can somewhat relate, I also completed all of these missions within 10 or 20 minutes. Also, in that case, why don't we have a competition for most obfuscated JS challenge ever? (ofcourse, with a limitation on the elements, so we dont have challenges that just spam a million worthless statements over and over again)
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