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Can someone decode this short Javascript

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by meannn, Dec 21, 2011.

  1. meannn

    meannn Supreme Member

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    I have been working to decode that shit but still not decoded yet.

     
  2. cooltoad

    cooltoad Senior Member

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    What on earth is that?
    All I see is a crack that seems to emerge from the middle of the code and it is running from top to bottom. Don't believe me? Scroll the page a bit faster looking at the code.
     
  3. meannn

    meannn Supreme Member

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    Very important. If we decode it, we will have an awesome potential. I will tell the method to the person who decode it.
     
  4. jkr500

    jkr500 Regular Member

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    Do you have any more info about this code. Do you have an output pic or anything that would give a clue as to what this script even does.
     
  5. Nitecruzex

    Nitecruzex Newbie

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    There has to be a xczm function that takes three arguments. Secondly, i think its a hexadecimal code.
    Code:
    0xf3964756179a81eacc0041c752eee3cc0a95c346f4---->3.5600283733963053e+50
    
    But its the spaces that has got me confused. This script is incomplete. Unless and until you give us the function nothing can be done.
     
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  7. a_z_0_9

    a_z_0_9 Junior Member

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    xczm and hexToString functions?
     
  8. wizzkidd

    wizzkidd Junior Member

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    You need to provide more of the script. It is incomplete. There should be some lines of code that look something like this:

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    function xczm(var1,var2,var3,var4) {
      some code
      some code
    }
    
    and:
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    function hexToString(var1) {
      some code
      some code
    }
    
     
  9. webwhizz

    webwhizz BANNED BANNED

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    theres more to it than just hex string , its someones fb app or something more like >>>BASE-64 >>>+ ZARA-128 + etc
     
  10. deadmike

    deadmike Newbie

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    Yup, we need these functions to be able to work with this. Though it's possible posting them here could invalidate the secrecy of your whole operation, as I'm sure anyone with 15 minutes of coding experience would be able to figure this out then. :p

    Specifically though, the reason we need this is because of this little snippet here:
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    xczm("z2g9ohkhhoeiwm41nsn0peo",hexT oString(data),0,0)
    
    There has to be a fuction called xczm (do a ctrl+f for "xczm") which takes that weird "z2g9..." string as a parameter, and then will take another function (called hexToString) and will decode the wall of text, turning that into a parameter. So the really important part is the "xczm" function, which I wouldn't recommend posting here if you want to keep this secret. I would, however, recommend finding the hexToString function.
     
    Last edited: Dec 21, 2011