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Re: Javascript Mission 7

PostPosted: Fri Jun 08, 2012 4:04 am
by TheTrueMaster
mShred wrote:Most people aren't going to do it this way. You don't need notepad or a hex editor for the Javascript missions.

I know that but its sooooo simple that way because its basicly hex code with crap added in

Re: Javascript Mission 7

PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2012 4:26 pm
by mookalovesgloop
so i just completed this mission using firebug....in other words, i completed this mission by doing nothing...does anyone feel like pm'ing me as to how i would complete this mission by actually using javascript?
peace and blessings!
mooka

Re: Javascript Mission 7

PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2012 5:38 pm
by limdis
mookalovesgloop wrote:so i just completed this mission using firebug....in other words, i completed this mission by doing nothing...does anyone feel like pm'ing me as to how i would complete this mission by actually using javascript?


Nobody should be using firebug for these missions as it entirely defeats the purpose of learning some javascript injections. Not bashing you but saying in general to all those that wish to do these missions. Anyway here is a hint for you:

Just because you can't read what is happening doesn't mean that it cannot be read. Clearly it has to be otherwise the script would fail. The hint is; "Obfuscation?!!" Read into what that is and you will see that it does not work like a normal encryption. It has to keep the integrity of the script or again the script would fail. So since javascript has no issues with reading through this mess as you see it, and it has no problems reading English, you need to make javascript show you what it reads in a way that you can understand.

Re: Javascript Mission 7

PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2012 7:38 pm
by LoGiCaL__
mookalovesgloop wrote:so i just completed this mission using firebug....in other words, i completed this mission by doing nothing...does anyone feel like pm'ing me as to how i would complete this mission by actually using javascript?
peace and blessings!
mooka


You can actually write a javascript program that does the work. That's what I ended up doing anyways. Learned a good amount about javascript at the time and how this was obfuscated.

Re: Javascript Mission 7

PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 1:46 pm
by Jesus1233
I tried using the build in dev tools with google chrome to "pretty up" the source but there wasn't any information to do it.

anyways, I went the old fashion way with a table and note pad and converted it by hand lol... I do have to say, I'm new to javascript but that was a pretty cool mission.

hint for the people having trouble, its right in front of you in the page source.. Just separate out the un-needed info.

IF thats too much info mod it.

Re: Javascript Mission 7

PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 4:41 pm
by M3SSI4H
All you need is the source code and your adress bar...

Re: Javascript Mission 7

PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 3:05 am
by b4yu4d4
solved it..but i don't know how you can do it? is it like ajax? is it because the addContentLink? im so interested...pm me if anyone can explain to me...

Re: Javascript Mission 7

PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 7:58 pm
by not_essence2
I remember an obfuscated script once. I was super-frustrated, so I just did something completely random with the URL bar that I never thought would work, and the script was un-obfuscated instantly in the resulting page, as clear as day. You couldn't imagine my surprise.

Re: Javascript Mission 7

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:54 pm
by Bladeof_grass
just get firebug for firefox, and use it.

Re: Javascript Mission 7

PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 2:37 pm
by corbonium
Bladeof_grass wrote:just get firebug for firefox, and use it.


OR, you could try learning something. The part I've been struggling with is figuring out certain javascript functionality, and i've seen others having the same issue, so heres a link that cleared things up for me: objects as associative arrays

I did not see this on w3schools, but I can't claim I looked very hard before turning to google.