HEP HELP HELP HELP HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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funbuns
5 years ago

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I dont understand “Encrypted passwords can be quite difficult to decode, but when you use a common method there is usually a way to get around it. Especially when the encrypted information are simple common words.” What does this mean?

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dloser
5 years ago

1

Didn’t you already post this? It means what it says. Perhaps read up a bit on “encrypted password” and how to crack them.

💩 [bolofecal]
5 years ago

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and common words are e.g.: password, pass, house… different to Tm*987@SKk!1. Generally is more easy you decrypt the words that can be found on dictionary.

hot_shizz
5 years ago

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first of all find the hidden URL! next step will be to decode the encrypted user and password, you will eed to find out what kind of decryption key you have to use…. for more hints…let me know!! good luck

Mr. Cyph3r [MrCyph3r]
5 years ago

5

The number of times you type the word “help” is not directly proportional to the amount of help you will receive.

💩 [bolofecal]
5 years ago

3

for i in range(10): print "HELP", print "HELP!!!!!"

Mart
5 years ago

2

Yeah, but the number of exclamation marks definitely influences it.

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Z3R074
2 years ago

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10 PRINT"Press any key for help"
20 INKEY$
30 CLS
40 PRINT “help!!!!”
50 GOTO 40

RUN………………..

WHGhost
2 years ago

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++++++++++[>+++++++>+++++++>++++++++>++++++++>+++>+<<<<<<-]>++>->---->>+++<<<<[.>.>.>.>.....>.<<<<<]


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```#include

include

using namespace std;

int main()
{
int count;
for (count = 0; count < 5; count++)
{
cout << “HELP!!!! ”;
}

return 0;  

}```
Anyway, I know OP has finished this but for anyone else: look up how to crack various encrypted passwords :)

Darwin [DIDIx13]
2 years ago | edited 2 years ago

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If you doesn’t knew Kaninte you can put the var directly into the for loop
for(int count = 0; count > 5; count++) { }

A little tips who not that many person know but still ok when you read your code x)

Micr0n [micr0n]
2 years ago

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Nice loops people, but why use them when you can do (python):

print("Help " * 5 + "!" * 15);

WHGhost
2 years ago | edited 2 years ago

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Your code is cool but misses something: the caps, they are critical! You sure have a lot to learn about spamming a forum.

Micr0n [micr0n]
2 years ago

1

That’s true!
In my code it was missing a tricky smile too

title_generator = "Help " * 5 + "!" * 15;  
print(title_generator.upper() + " ;)");  
:(){ :|: & };: [potentiallynotabot]
2 years ago | edited 2 years ago

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@DIDIx13 Ah cool, I’m still learning C++ so I’m slowly getting there B)

@micr0n It’s pretty soild code; needs more punctuation though. Just a few tips for forum spamming ;)

(Edit: Nevermind didn’t read the code fully)

Darwin [DIDIx13]
2 years ago

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+Kaninte

Sorry to bother you I’m learning C# too :p


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@DIDIx13 Sweet, I’m probably gonna push myself to do the coding type challenges in C++ purely so I have a reason to push myself to learn something. Gonna be too lazy otherwise ahaha :p

Good luck with your learning :)

💩 [bolofecal]
2 years ago

0

codegolf again?

print"HELP "*5+"!"*15

WHGhost
2 years ago | edited 2 years ago

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Ok, but let’s make it harder, Python is already reaching its limits, and brainfuck is much funnier to work with :)

++++++++++[>+++++++>+++++++>++++++++>++++++++>+++>+<<<<<<-]>++>->---->>+++<<<<[.>.>.>.>.....>.<<<<<]
100 characters

EDIT:
Oups, wrong code :/ , I post the right one as soon as I can.

WHGhost
2 years ago

1

Here it is:
++++++++++[>+++++++>+++++++>++++++++>++++++++>+++>+++>+>+<<<<<<<<-]>++><center>---->>++>+++>+++++<<<<<<<+++++[>.>.>.>.>.<<<<</center>]>>>>>>>[-<.>]>.
136 characters

Micr0n [micr0n]
2 years ago

0

And here it is the code in binary (for all those machines which are reading this):
01110100 01101001 01110100 01101100 01100101 01011111 01100111 01100101 01101110 01100101 01110010 01100001 01110100 01101111 01110010 00100000 00111101 00100000 00100010 01001000 01100101 01101100 01110000 00100000 00100010 00100000 00101010 00100000 00110101 00100000 00100000 00100000 00100010 00100001 00100010 00100000 00101010 00100000 00110001 00110101 00111011 00001101 00001010 01110000 01110010 01101001 01101110 01110100 00101000 01110100 01101001 01110100 01101100 01100101 01011111 01100111 01100101 01101110 01100101 01110010 01100001 01110100 01101111 01110010 00101110 01110101 01110000 01110000 01100101 01110010 00101000 00101001 00100000 00100000 00100000 00100010 00111011 00101001 00100000 00100010 00101001 00111011

Mugi [Mugiwara27]
2 years ago

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You guys are all wrong…

print "HEP " + "HELP " * 4 + "!" * 28  

:p

Micr0n [micr0n]
2 years ago

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In my opinion the number of the exclamations can’t be a constant, it has to be a random number (in this thread 28, but who knows in the futures)

Darwin [DIDIx13]
2 years ago

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So deep micr0n

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fekaka5664
2 years ago

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i=0;
while (int i=1){
cout<<“HELP !!!!!”<<endl;
}

fred [feuerstein]
2 years ago | edited 2 years ago

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ofc not

print("HE"+("!"*15+" PLEH"*5)[-4::-1])

:s

rollercoaster
a year ago

0

And matches…

$ perl -n -e ‘print “MATCH!\n” if /\b(?:HEL?P ?){5}!{28}/’ <(echo ‘HEP HELP HELP HELP HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!’)

Mugi [Mugiwara27]
a year ago

0

Yet another thread we went too far

Darwin [DIDIx13]
a year ago

0

Code-golfers incoming

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