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Hacking for fun @ www.try2hack.nl (Read 5873 times)

Started by FREAK_THEMIGHTY, April 01, 2005, 08:19:26

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#1
Hacking for fun @ www.try2hack.nl |
April 01, 2005, 08:19:26
http://www.try2hack.nl/levels/

You have to find out the current password WITHOUT USING BRUTE-FORCE to get to the next level.

Please don't post any solutions in here, just hints and links to required programs!!

Enjoy!!  ;)
#2
Re: Hacking for fun @ www.try2hack.nl |
April 04, 2005, 04:07:30
Cool link!  My first thought was "Yeah, sure I can do this..."  But engage a little brain power, and I was on level 4 within 3 or 4 minutes....   Then my short attention span kicked in.  :)
#3
Re: Hacking for fun @ www.try2hack.nl |
April 04, 2005, 05:40:17
OK, the smart feeling is gone (just as in Finding Nemo, when he said "Good feeling is gone!" - and yes, I watched that movie. :))

I'm stuck on level 4.   :'(
#4
Re: Hacking for fun @ www.try2hack.nl |
April 04, 2005, 05:52:44
OK, the smart feeling is gone (just as in Finding Nemo, when he said "Good feeling is gone!" - and yes, I watched that movie. :))

I'm stuck on level 4.   :'(
Lv. 4 you may need a java decompiler

I'm stuck on lv. 5 because my computer runs out of memory to run that vb program ><

By the way... how come I got 1 post and 4 stars, while you have 25 posts but 1 star?
#5
Re: Hacking for fun @ www.try2hack.nl |
April 04, 2005, 05:58:47
good question....  i'm a "newbie", you're a "member".  no idea.  probably the same reason i got kicked in the try2hack IRC channel for asking the "wrong" question.  whatever....  won't see me around here anymore.
#6
Re: Hacking for fun @ www.try2hack.nl |
April 04, 2005, 06:21:44
i don't thing that's it because you even have a better karma
#7
Re: Hacking for fun @ www.try2hack.nl |
April 04, 2005, 11:23:05
good question....  i'm a "newbie", you're a "member".  no idea.  probably the same reason i got kicked in the try2hack IRC channel for asking the "wrong" question.  whatever....  won't see me around here anymore.

It's a matter of usergroups. When I converted the database from the old forum software, I created a group for all members which existed at that time. That's the "Members" group.

Everybody who registered directly with the new forum gets assigned to one of the default usergroups (which are postcount - based). Yes, I know, postcount based usergroups are basically a bad idea and I don't like them, but I have still figure out how to get rid of them in SMF :)
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Last Edit: April 04, 2005, 11:29:31 by Nightwish
#8
Re: Hacking for fun @ www.try2hack.nl |
August 06, 2007, 21:09:15
that is a good site...thx for sharing