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Author Subject: Try2hack
Chris
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posted on 5.24.2003 at 12:57 Reply With Quote
mark: you'll love the programmer of one of the best VB3 decompilers [thats a hint..]





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posted on 5.24.2003 at 13:01 Reply With Quote
I already got the decompiler, just dont got VB. I can use PHP though. But my decompiled files look a bit weird, plus when I try to retrieve the URL of level 6 using PHP something gets mixed up. I must be interpreting the VB methods wrong or something.




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Brian Nickel
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posted on 5.24.2003 at 16:12 Reply With Quote
If you're on Windows, you have a built in VBScript enterpreter (unless you disabled that for security reasons). You can copy the nessecary variable, then the MsgBox "Level 6 can be found at:" line.

Here is a compicated explanation of what to do if you don't have any VB support:
1. Find the important variable [ gc0006 ]
2. Copy the MsgBox line (passwords been nothing if you can just get the answer).
3. Get rid of any function, eg. Left( ... ) that contains a non-existant variable [ gc000A ], or they will really confuse you.
4. Mid is like JavaScript's .substring, but it is one based, not zero based.
5. Put together the [ 6 ] letters and use that in level6-______.xhtml

Just to make sure you got that, the first letter is [ k ]




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Chris
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posted on 5.24.2003 at 16:42 Reply With Quote
thats what i did Brian.. i have VB6 and so it didn't help me.. i turned to Notepad instead





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posted on 5.27.2003 at 14:21 Reply With Quote
Level 6 and 7 is online. Not that I made it that far, I read the news on the main page.




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Brian Nickel
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posted on 5.27.2003 at 20:15 Reply With Quote
6 is driving me insane. A) There seems to be no such thing as a VB6 Decompiler. B) I can't run VB6 binary editors.




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posted on 5.27.2003 at 22:03 Reply With Quote
level 2 was driving me insane....




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Chris
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posted on 5.28.2003 at 09:50 Reply With Quote
level6 is driving me insane too.. yea Brian there is no VB6 decompiler (grr).. so ive been using a good old hex editor, but thats no fun





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posted on 7.3.2003 at 09:12 Reply With Quote
Level 6: You don't need to decomplie it... You need a packet sniffer

That's what Ive been told anyway..

I only started playing today and i cant be bothered to download a packet sniffer, so ive given up at level 6 (for today at least..)

[Edited on 7.3.2003 by DangerMouse]

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Chris
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posted on 7.3.2003 at 09:59 Reply With Quote
ahh i see.. i figured it would be something to do with the net, but didnt know what thanks





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posted on 7.17.2003 at 15:46 Reply With Quote
I relly don't know what all the fuss is about 1-5! As long as you are searching right you shouldn't have a problem. If you can't find one of the tools needed, then maybe you need to practice your search skills (and be more attentive and observant). I usually find exactly what I want on the first page of the first few searches I do. Here's a hint, if it's not on the first page of the search results, its probably not there at all, so try to reword your search and mix and match keywords (Hint Level5: Google "vb3 decompiler", the one you need is on the first page) for those of you that want more hints, there are hints for levels #1-#6 in a post i accidentally put in the wrong pace called "Want a hint?". It's in the lounge though.




If only I had a "nickel" for ever "nickel" I had. Then I'd have a "nickelnickelnickelnickelnickelnickelnickelnickelnickel..."
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Chris
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posted on 7.18.2003 at 12:21 Reply With Quote
just got past level6.. its actually surprisingly easy
the only tool you need is a pactet sniffer





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posted on 7.28.2003 at 18:50 Reply With Quote
TextTextText NavyOk i like got through levels 1-3 but iam stuck on 4 i mean i got the whole class file n i decompiled it but i freaking cant get the pw n login HELP ME PLZ!!
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posted on 8.8.2003 at 11:03 Reply With Quote
Got through them all, anyone who needs a little hint?
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posted on 8.10.2003 at 07:24 Reply With Quote
hmmm.. . trying to figure out how to start out in the first place. . .





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posted on 8.10.2003 at 07:55 Reply With Quote
Level one was a joke right? btw: whats brute force hacking?





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posted on 8.10.2003 at 19:32 Reply With Quote
Brute force is when you're just trying all possibilities or with dos-attack or server overload or...
So when you don't really crack the site but just overload the site or try all possibilities, they don't like that of koors
(I know it ain't described that good, so do better guys)

[Edited on 10.8.2003 by aspfreakout]

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posted on 8.11.2003 at 02:52 Reply With Quote
Ok, im at level four, decompiled it via a decompiler i've had, and it's pretty tough to read. . . . any hints?





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posted on 8.11.2003 at 08:50 Reply With Quote
It's hard to give a hint on level 4 but I'll give you a big one:
Don't stare too much at the code, but look at this string and see what it's used for:
infile = new String("level4");

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posted on 8.11.2003 at 10:18 Reply With Quote
So level 2 how do u download flash or someone tell me that pass
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posted on 8.11.2003 at 10:37 Reply With Quote
With moz just copy the url of the flash in your address bar:
http://www.try2hack.nl/levels/level2.swf
and view source...

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posted on 8.11.2003 at 11:33 Reply With Quote
can u plz just tell me the pass?
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posted on 8.11.2003 at 22:15 Reply With Quote
Reyna12:
--> highlight this [right click the link at aspfreakout's post, and click save target as, save it to your computer, and you will have the flash source. Where ever you saved it at on your computer, right click it and open with. . ., then find notepad and click ok. look for txtUsername and txtPassword, dont gorget the ! you'll have to figure the rest for yourself.] im only helping because it's level 2.

Ok, got past level 4 and 5

Hint for 5:
the key is the string of numbers and letters and the (g0006,54,1) g0006 is defining the string and well, count 54 and one is well. . nothing. . . but you do need a vb3 decompiler, open all the files with notepad after they are compiled, trust me, you will find the answer, and if you like puzzles.

well. . of to solve the vb6 prob on level 6

[Edited on 8.12.2003 by PA]





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posted on 8.12.2003 at 08:18 Reply With Quote
got past it ages ago and i am on level 5 but i don't have visualbasic
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posted on 8.12.2003 at 08:35 Reply With Quote
you really don't need vb, just download a decompiler, open the folder it out puts to, then follow my hints, as well as others hints





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