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Online Base64 Decoder (For those pesky themes that are encrypted)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by riftdawg, Jan 5, 2009.

  1. riftdawg

    riftdawg Registered Member

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    I have been searching for one of these decoders for a while and finally came across one. This is for those themes (mainly wordpress themes) where the designers cripple (encrypt/encode) the footer or some other part of the code with their links or other information so you can't edit it. That always pissed me off :) So I found this little script which works wonders and decodes it from base64 back to plain text.

    You'll know if you've come across code that is obfuscated liked this, as it looks like the following:

    <? eval(gzinflate(str_rot13(base64_decode('DZe3EsTGEVF/hZnIugDelSSy4N3BeyQqa+89vl6XIE+wu9PT3e+fv//zzx/FmfR/SWIzln2yF3+myUng6P/yIpvy4s9/CWSB8JspCp4P2DHSTJGY3TU2apwhj8xx0rPwMitE6PQWfOlpI/ada0JxJACAJMkSZM0DS9Ysfl4iPxF3/wB4medmWqnkhqQoQu1AM4CAQOEkYyc2W3S9X/M0sRblahblahblahblahencodedcodeisgayandcanbecracked

    Code:
    http://www.tareeinternet.com/scripts/decrypt.php
    Enjoy! And don't forget to hit the thanks button if this helps you out!

    riftdawg
     
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  2. antx16

    antx16 Power Member

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    Hmm just gave it a try and i gave errors upon errors did you try it yourself ???
     
  3. Sweetfunny

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    riftdawg Registered Member

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    yeah it worked for me with multiple tries. make sure you remove the php tags like sweetfunny said.
     
  5. tomt

    tomt Newbie

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    I have program mostly in coldfusion and have decoded php files using the toBinary and toString functions.

    Tom
     
  6. B03S

    B03S Junior Member

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    Lol, did a search for online base64 eval and this post come up as #4.
    Needed to edit a theme filled with eval(base64_decode... crap
     
  7. iulius

    iulius Newbie

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    Will be great if we can get a source script for this.
     
  8. jepretan

    jepretan Newbie

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    Actually there is simple solution without needed any decoder/decrypter :

    Run themes trough demo site, your online site, or WAMP (local)
    View page source to look HTML source code
    At the end of line codes, you will see footer section where now it is un-encrypted :)
    Edit that portion (remove original designer's links) and copy/overwrite to your footer.php
     
  9. B03S

    B03S Junior Member

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    In my case the theme was filled with encoded php functions to check if the header and footer were untouched :p.
    I left the links in the footer anyway, they did no harm and i'm okay with giving the man his credits, but i had to make sure the theme was not doing stuff without my knowing about it.
     
  10. B03S

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