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    Security Override Hacking Challenges Javascript Hacking Challenges
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    01-28-2014 04:41 PM JavaScript 9
    Hey all!

    The fact that I made it this far has been nothing but a miracle.

    I've looked around the source code to find some text values ("72...049"Wink and some functions ( ... calc(), encryptall() ... and stuff like that). Please help me in my understanding of this challenge. Was I supposed to actually encrypt() some text values?

    Looking at the calc() function that was used in another function, what was it's purpose towards this challenge, if any?

    Thanks for any and all help.
     
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    01-29-2014 12:07 PM RE: JavaScript 9
    You do not need to encrypt any input or understand the long complicated functions you just need to bypass them.
     
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    02-10-2014 04:39 AM RE: JavaScript 9
    P4nd0rum wrote:
    You do not need to encrypt any input or understand the long complicated functions you just need to bypass them.


    Well..... For me it helped to recognize the code used in the calc function. If you know what that does, you know how to undo it....
     
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    07-08-2014 12:13 PM RE: JavaScript 9
    you should know that cipher then do what it should be done whitout conditions
     
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    07-08-2014 07:36 PM RE: JavaScript 9
    You've found the javascript itself and have identified key parts of it. The biggest hint here so far in my opinion was that you don't necessarily need to understand them, you just have to bypass them. If you've never used them before consider looking into the Web Developer tools on most browsers (F12)
     
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    08-13-2014 01:03 PM RE: JavaScript 9
    wolfpack270 wrote:
    If you've never used them before consider looking into the Web Developer tools on most browsers (F12)


    I've been using this more and more for these challenges. Reading your post led me to solving this challenge shortly after, and I can't believe how easy it was.

    Hint: Your goal is to tell the page to decrypt itself.
     
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