Advanced Sentry mba Question

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  1. xxparadis3

    xxparadis3 New Member

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    they use a webapp service for their logins so regardless of the pass u put in it returns the same a1b2c3d4

    Is there a tutorial for this? Or anyone one have some knowledge in this area
    i have seen some other guides that can un-encrypted md5 passwords but this one is different.
     
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  2. xxparadis3

    xxparadis3 New Member

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    Heres the site: https://login.webzen.com/Home/Login
    The reason why this site is harder then usual is because when u use httpfox or other tools to find the post Data the password is Encrypted no matter what password you input its gets sent as password= a1b2c3d
    i seen some tutorials about making variables for MD5 password but this one is RSA i think. You should check it out. I looked at the READ ME SENTRY MBA guide and it has a build in decryption for these types of security but i cant find any tutorials.
     
  3. xxparadis3

    xxparadis3 New Member

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    ====Bump ==== can anyone help me?
     
  4. Tariky

    Tariky Advanced Member

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    I will be hard to brute force it that way. I recommand you to try spoof some API data or different login page.
     
  5. xxparadis3

    xxparadis3 New Member

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    Hmm i dont understand APi data what do you mean by that?
     
  6. Ripcord

    Ripcord Basic Member

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    Well it cant be the same value, either its sent in headers or in a different parameter. OR javascript could be shuffling the packets (Seen it a couple times).
     
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    bump can anyone help me?
     

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