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Post by tiffeyneohelp on Sun Apr 05, 2009 3:07 pm
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Ok I have got the validkey function, and I ported it to php and I wrote a php script which bruteforces the key.
I am using a full alphanumeric charset, and I am up to 2oAj7, still with no match
Can anyone tell me if I have gone too far or what?

If anyone wants my script just reply...
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Re: Please ask questions only in this topic.

Post by vbCrLf on Sat Apr 25, 2009 7:15 pm
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Hello,
I'm pretty stuck here. Already logged in m*******.c** (using a PHP script to find the password), but now I'm stuck.
I looked at the source code of a*********.c**, but couldn't find how to bypass that 'if' statement.

Can anyone help me please?

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Please, answer me. Even the smallest clue is enough.

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Post by haha01haha01 on Tue May 19, 2009 11:15 am
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i wrote a bruteforce script for it, but is it really the way to do it? the charset of the key function is 0-9 a-z A-Z, so thats about 67 different options for each char. it looks like the password should be 7 letters, so thats 67^7... gonna take me millions of years to brute force. :|

EDIT: ohhh.... its...
manually bruteforced. best way :geek:
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Post by eljonto on Wed May 20, 2009 3:49 am
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haha01haha01 wrote:ohhh.... its...
manually bruteforced. best way :geek:


Sure is! Enter what you think is close, see the output and edit from there
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Post by anonyup on Wed May 20, 2009 12:44 pm
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bah! Alright I can't get past the first login.

I reused the key script in perl to be able to manually check for potential keys. I have found a few by trial and error but when I use them at the login they all come back as "invalid id(s)."

anybody have time to look at my code? or is it something else i'm missing?
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Re: Please ask questions only in this topic.

Post by eljonto on Thu May 21, 2009 1:17 am
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anonyup wrote:bah! Alright I can't get past the first login.

I reused the key script in perl to be able to manually check for potential keys. I have found a few by trial and error but when I use them at the login they all come back as "invalid id(s)."

anybody have time to look at my code? or is it something else i'm missing?


Have you chomp() 'ed your user input ? That's why id's my perl script generated didn't initially work. If it's still not working pm me the script an ill have a look at it.
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Re: Please ask questions only in this topic.

Post by anonyup on Fri May 29, 2009 1:54 pm
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AHHHHH! thank you!

that's exactly what i was missing.


edit:

man i didn't realize how close i actually was. thanks again for the tip!

i'm not too familiar with perl. how did you know that the input needed to be chomped? was it something in the key's function that pointed it out?
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Re: Please ask questions only in this topic.

Post by edilVin on Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:41 pm
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Right now I'm in the last stage where I need to place usrpwr to access a********.**i seems that it does not exist and never did ( yeah right :) ) so the question is, what exactly do I have to do to auth myself with the information I have? any hint?


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Re: Please ask questions only in this topic.

Post by eljonto on Tue Jun 16, 2009 4:40 am
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anonyup wrote:AHHHHH! thank you!

that's exactly what i was missing.


edit:

man i didn't realize how close i actually was. thanks again for the tip!

i'm not too familiar with perl. how did you know that the input needed to be chomped? was it something in the key's function that pointed it out?


When you press enter to enter input a newline character is appended to the string, which will affect the output, chomp() just gets rid of that, or any other special character on the end of a string, glad i could help
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Post by vbCrLf on Tue Jun 23, 2009 4:00 am
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I'm stuck at the moderator panel for so much time. Which username should I search for?
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