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decoding a script?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by makingfastcash22, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. makingfastcash22

    makingfastcash22 Senior Member

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    I have run across some scripts that parts of the php are encoded.

    Is there away to see whats behind all of that?

    I want to make sure that these scripts are not supplementing a different affiliate link or something harmful.

    Thanks
     
  2. Viltedali

    Viltedali Regular Member

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    It depends on what they were encoded with. I think Ze*nd stuff can be decoded, although maybe not perfectly. I0ncube is another tool used to encrypt/encode(also can be decoded I think), I think phpl0ck is another, plus others.
     
  3. lase

    lase Registered Member

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    Ioncube is next to impossible to decode :p They're people that can decode it, but they charge huge amounts per script, like $5.
     
  4. Sweetfunny

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    I can decode everything except Ioncube, as lase said Ioncube can only be done by a couple of people. Your script is probably a base64 type encoding, which script is it?
     
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    ShadeDream Elite Member

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    If it's base64 then just do a simple Google search. ;) You guy's need to be more proactive and when you ask for help from a topic like this you should state what type of a script it is and what's the encryption used or at least give a sample so someone can help you. Asking for help without giving helpful information is like telling someone to fly a plane when they don't know what does what.
     
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  6. makingfastcash22

    makingfastcash22 Senior Member

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    okay I now know that it is base64 and I found many online decoders.

    However when it decodes it is leaving things still a mess.

    here is one line of the decoded file.

    r5l=\"n2f2ll2w\" t1rg5t=_bl1nk hr5f",$c2nt5nt);

    Now I can figure out that bl1nk means blank,

    does anyone know of an online decoder that will clean it all up?
     
  7. Sweetfunny

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    Depends what type of base64, but try this:

    Code:
    http://www.tareeinternet.com/scripts/decrypt.php
     
  8. cruddpuppet

    cruddpuppet Registered Member

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    Wtf? That's not even any type of encryption... It's just a simple cipher.

    Use notepad's find and replace to take care of it. Meaning, replace what you know with what belongs in its place. (Like 1=a, 2=o, 5=e, etc)
     
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    makingfastcash22 Senior Member

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    Thanks for suggesting this... Worked out fine.
     
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    makingfastcash22 Senior Member

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    This one here is a nice one too if anyone needs it:
    Code:
    http://josh.thespiffylife.com/decrypt.php
     
  12. Wizzoid

    Wizzoid Registered Member

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    Not trying to be rude but $5 to decode a script is nothing.

     
  13. Sweetfunny

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    It's $5 per decoded file, so a couple of files is nothing but many quality scripts have +300 files which adds up.
     
  14. Wizzoid

    Wizzoid Registered Member

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    Oops, sorry my bad.

     
  15. venusweb

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    I can decode any .php file except Ioncube for free, you may PM me any time, BUT just don't tell me to break any copywritered scripts please :)
     
  16. cruddpuppet

    cruddpuppet Registered Member

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    No problem.
     
  17. almir

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    what about Encrypt HTML Pro files ?. How can I decrypt them ?
     
  18. dumdumz

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    I see a lot of scripts using a base_64 type encoding, some obfuscation, and their own little algrorithms. Many times its as easy as finding the eval() and changing it to echo. Then run the script and watch all the php code get dumped to the screen.