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[SOLVED] $25 To The First Person Who Can...

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by wealthy199, Jul 21, 2008.

  1. wealthy199

    wealthy199 BANNED BANNED

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    Get the source code to this site - hxxp://w*ebl*ockpro*.com.

    Supposedly it's meant to be unattainable and I want to see if some of our highly talented encryption experts can actually get it.

    I'll pay $25 through paypal to the first person to decrpt it (if it's possible).
     
  2. crsk8andsno56

    crsk8andsno56 Senior Member

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    Done........

    <Page protected by WebLockPro.com>



    :)

    This looks like it could be a good asset for cookiestuffers
     
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  3. HaRRo

    HaRRo Elite Member

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    Easy peasy

    1) First you haev to save the page. Weblock Pro disables this feature in some browsers, in this case you must first turn off JavaScript, refresh the page and then you can save it. Internet Explorer users can turn off JavaScript through the menu option 'Tools/Internet Options...', clicking on the 'Security' tab, clicking on 'Internet', clicking on 'Custon Level...' and selecting 'Disable' under 'Scripting/Active Scripting'.

    2) Open the saved page in a text editor (Windows users should use Notepad). A line near the top will start:
    Code:
     <SCRIPT language=javascript>eval(...
    
    Between the > and the eval..., insert the text document.writeln('<plaintext>'); (make sure you put the semicolon at the end). This gives you a line starting:
    
    <SCRIPT language=javascript>document.writeln('<plaintext>');eval... 
    3) Save the page (make sure it still has the .htm or .html extension). Load it in your web browser - you will be able to see the code.

    Enjoy
    http://rapidshare.com/files/131436076/new.htm.html
     
  4. catchme

    catchme Regular Member

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    1st part
    Code:
    window.status="Page protected by WebLockPro.com";_dw=document.write;document.write=null;
    
     
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    Tom Regular Member

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    Well that was quick
     
  7. wealthy199

    wealthy199 BANNED BANNED

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    Hang on - that doesn't actually give me the real source code - it's encrypted even further then that.

    And Harro, it still spat out further encrypted code when I tried that - am I doing something wrong?
     
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    wealthy199 BANNED BANNED

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    Whoops, Tommy was right. And Harro's works as well.

    All well - I thought I might have found something there haha. Money sent.
     
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  10. BozoClown

    BozoClown Junior Member

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    12 mins between time of challenge and solution being posted. Impressive. Would have been complete bad ass if Harro had shown a little arrogance by posting the solution and closing the thread :).