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    Something strange about Javascript level 1
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    07-24-2014 04:10 AM Something strange about Javascript level 1 | Edited by AceSrc 07-24-2014 04:10 AM
    When i read the source code of the web, soon i found the key of this problem. It's 'window.location'. I first tried javascript injection, but failed for the first time.
    Many days after, today (I'm working for the final exam of this term), i still want to use javascript injection. I used 'document.getElementById' to get div whose id was 'scoreboardB' and updated its innerHTML.
    I think i failed, because the submit button did not appear. However, when i turned to the level 2 and finished it, i found that i had passed the level 1 -- though i never got the congratulation page.
    The only time i pressed a button was that i modified the innerHTML of the 'scoreboardB' into the following:
    <div id='challengelogin'>
    <input type='submit' value='' />
    </div>

    I passed this challenge without seeing the congratulation page.

    Sorry for my English. Pfft
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    07-24-2014 09:10 AM RE: Something strange about Javascript level 1
    I could be wrong, but it sounds a lot like to me that you simply bypassed the challenge all together. Youre WAAAAAAAAAAYYY overthinking the problem, and as a result you seemed to have tricked the page into thinking you passed, but because it wasnt the 'right' way, it never presented the congrats page.

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    07-25-2014 08:58 PM RE: Something strange about Javascript level 1
    Thx for your reply. The reason why i over think is that my brower do not allow to switch the javascript off -- i don't know why.
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