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Re: High-Level vs. Assembly

>Is there anything you can program in Assembly Language that you can't program in a High-Level programming language like C? Kinda.... A high-level language like C is actually more like an alias or short-hand for assembly, if you will. The language is designed in such a fashion to refer to pre-wri...
by occamsrzr
on Sun Nov 30, 2014 2:05 pm
 
Forum: NZone
Topic: High-Level vs. Assembly
Comments: 4
Views: 6294

Scripted HTS Login

Hey guys, I did a quick search and didn't find any threads containing this information (live threads that is, there's a dead one from a few years back), so I hope this isn't violating any rules. I'm not giving any answers to any of the missions, so it should be OK. Anyway, here is some PoSh code I w...
by occamsrzr
on Sat Nov 29, 2014 8:52 pm
 
Forum: Programming
Topic: Scripted HTS Login
Comments: 14
Views: 18266

Re: Application 3 **BROKEN**

If you inspect your http packets youll see that you get a 400 response from the server (bad request). Inspect the GET that the app sends to the server, and youll find an akward null character, somewhere. If you fix that, you get nice 200 responses from the server (this is why this app was tagged &q...
by occamsrzr
on Fri Aug 29, 2014 12:56 am
 
Forum: Application
Topic: Application 3 **BROKEN**
Comments: 78
Views: 224494

Re: Application 3 **BROKEN**

I don't know if anyone has found the string "Ihate this shit" in the binary but not sure if that is relevant to the fix. I tried replacing certain return values so that the program would successfully run even while not able to connect to the remote server but I haven't had any luck. I am ...
by occamsrzr
on Sat Aug 16, 2014 2:23 am
 
Forum: Application
Topic: Application 3 **BROKEN**
Comments: 78
Views: 224494

Re: Application 1

GeneralPet wrote:May I ask something? The program requires a serial number so I can verify my license... So is this what I have to find out?


Slight hint; In this instance, finding the (a?) valid serial might be the easiest method. It won't always be though, just because of the way this binary was written.
by occamsrzr
on Mon Jul 14, 2014 10:09 pm
 
Forum: Application
Topic: Application 1
Comments: 46
Views: 178640

Re: Application 5

Hey, has anyone checked on this mission lately? I am having trouble unzipping it. I can see the executable in the zipped folder, but when I unzip it, the folder is empty. I downloaded and unzipped the previous application missions and also mission 6. I just can't get 5. Can someone check on this? I...
by occamsrzr
on Wed Jun 18, 2014 7:14 pm
 
Forum: Application
Topic: Application 5
Comments: 16
Views: 73400

Re: Application 3 **BROKEN**

Alright fellas, I've found the culprit. It is indeed an HTTP GET Request that includes a null character between the php var and the value. Put simply, one too many bytes is copied from the binary to memory. Here's your fix: Open the binary in a Hex editor. Change the value of the byte at offset 1662...
by occamsrzr
on Tue Jun 17, 2014 10:23 pm
 
Forum: Application
Topic: Application 3 **BROKEN**
Comments: 78
Views: 224494

Re: Network Monitoring

Why? Why? Why do you guys insist on posting in a thread that is OVER two years old? Just... Just leave Britney alone. Because some of us login, click the "View your posts" link and look for "red", meaning an unread reply to the thread. We don't always remember to check the date ...
by occamsrzr
on Sun Mar 23, 2014 11:18 pm
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: Network Monitoring
Comments: 14
Views: 25888

Re: Network Monitoring

So I just moved in with my girlfriend, and well.. She doesn't have a clue about networking or torrenting (actually she doesn't have a clue about computers tbh). Here is a simple scenario: I'm playing some games online when I'm taking a break, I tell her to turn off her torrents so I don't get a maj...
by occamsrzr
on Fri Mar 14, 2014 6:24 pm
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: Network Monitoring
Comments: 14
Views: 25888

Re: Basic Mission 10

I was able to complete this in IE using the raw script (no add-ons), but every time I entered it into Firefox, it did not change anything and I did not receive the pop-up. Does anyone know why that is? My js is enabled, which I verified through about:config. Cheers Edit: Grammar Popup blocking?
by occamsrzr
on Tue Mar 11, 2014 1:31 pm
 
Forum: Basic
Topic: Basic Mission 10
Comments: 115
Views: 219284
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