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newsdork

newsdork

Sky Pirate

from Tennessee
1,477 posts

even tried full --

u:tdangerson/p:NEW-RESET-NOW wink  <----with smiley

but that didn't work either.

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It makes me twitter.

December 28, 2007 1:27 am

mattyg333

Tinkerer

41 posts

The password is in some sort of encryption (i think) that is called ????v?? (the question marks being letters that are unknown)

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December 28, 2007 1:30 am
eilhard

eilhard

Tinkerer

from Cologne, Germany
19 posts

Did anyone successfully decode the SafetyCheck.lib.txt?

holgr.com

December 28, 2007 1:30 am
echelon22

echelon22

Tinkerer

from Carmel, Indiana
38 posts

Did we see dangerson's email address anywhere? For use with the forgot password link.

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December 28, 2007 1:30 am
mwb

mwb

Tinkerer

from Charlotte, NC
43 posts

The letters have a picture of a blowfish ... could that be hinting at an encryption algorhythm?

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December 28, 2007 1:31 am
abramgornik

abramgornik

Big Game Hunter

from Big Island of Hawaii
603 posts

yeah, probably!

"If the pen is mightier than the sword, than the keyboard is a friggin lightsaber!"
"Computer are like air conditioners: they stop working when you open windows."
Thats an undead warlock if you're wondering.

December 28, 2007 1:32 am
jdfrankl

jdfrankl

Gearhead

from Anchorage, AK
95 posts

Search for WormZapper on Amazon. You get a product with the same logo as BugZapper developed by SuperNova Development. Their web page just has a logo and a client login that prompts for a user name and password.

www dot supernovadevelopment dot com

What rhymes with "orange"?

December 28, 2007 1:33 am
philcod

philcod

Tinkerer

23 posts

to decode blowfish

with

NEW-RESET-NOW

and key

gives "Nothing to do"

December 28, 2007 1:33 am

hazkid

Tinkerer

34 posts

blowfish is a "64bit ecryption cipher"

December 28, 2007 1:34 am
alloutmacstoday

alloutmacstoday

Big Game Hunter

from The Dark Side of Oz
615 posts

use BITCLAMP ON THE SAFTYCHECK.LIB FILE! WITH PASSWORD: 8b46du92

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December 28, 2007 1:34 am
mwb

mwb

Tinkerer

from Charlotte, NC
43 posts

philcod wrote:

to decode blowfish

with

NEW-RESET-NOW

and key

gives "Nothing to do"

Can you try that with the smiley wink

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December 28, 2007 1:35 am
99

99

Automaton Tech

from lacolhost
115 posts

I think SafetyCheck.lib is a binary library and not an encrypted file. We should probably find out what it does.

#include <unistd.h>
#include <netinet/in.h>
void main(){int p=ntohl(0x6E696E65);int q[]={p,ntohl(0x7479),p,0xA};write(1,&q,0x10);}

December 28, 2007 1:36 am
eilhard

eilhard

Tinkerer

from Cologne, Germany
19 posts

Somewhat unable to cleanly download the SafetyCheck.lib sad Stupid firefox...

holgr.com

December 28, 2007 1:37 am
abramgornik

abramgornik

Big Game Hunter

from Big Island of Hawaii
603 posts

where the hell is safetycheck.lib?

"If the pen is mightier than the sword, than the keyboard is a friggin lightsaber!"
"Computer are like air conditioners: they stop working when you open windows."
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December 28, 2007 1:38 am
MMMac Man

MMMac Man

Gearhead

from Hickory Street
75 posts

jdfrankl wrote:

Search for WormZapper on Amazon. You get a product with the same logo as BugZapper developed by SuperNova Development. Their web page just has a logo and a client login that prompts for a user name and password.

www dot supernovadevelopment dot com

And it's from Delicious Sofa

Mayor Mark Mediocre must go!

December 28, 2007 1:39 am
eilhard

eilhard

Tinkerer

from Cologne, Germany
19 posts

abramgornik wrote:

where the hell is safetycheck.lib?

gopher://bugzappertheapp.com/

holgr.com

December 28, 2007 1:40 am
skunkworker12

skunkworker12

Tinkerer

12 posts

does
* A F M X F F  M T Z E D H L J G H W D W Q I *
mean anything from the product box?

EDIT: found the enigma code
never mind

December 28, 2007 1:40 am
dda

dda

Gearhead

58 posts

I cannot download a version of SafetyCheck that uudecode will process. :-(

Some they do and some they don't and some you just can't tell.
  Some they will and some they won't and some it's just as well!

December 28, 2007 1:41 am

hazkid

Tinkerer

34 posts

theres a bunch of mailto:s in the safetycheck.lib

December 28, 2007 1:41 am
alloutmacstoday

alloutmacstoday

Big Game Hunter

from The Dark Side of Oz
615 posts

that was for the enigma code

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December 28, 2007 1:41 am
Balboa

Balboa

Tinkerer

41 posts

Blowfish encrypted files have a specific header, and the lib doesn't have it.

If you can/have installed MacPorts, you can install Lynx, which is gopher-capable. SafetyCheck.lib is on the gopher site.

December 28, 2007 1:41 am

Eario

Tinkerer

29 posts

Firefox is too.. can't seem to download the lib file though.. smile

December 28, 2007 1:42 am
mwb

mwb

Tinkerer

from Charlotte, NC
43 posts

More info from the Amazon site ...

Product Details

    * Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
    * ASIN: B0011F51KW
    * Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2007

The ASIN may be useful at some point.

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December 28, 2007 1:42 am

Eario

Tinkerer

29 posts

^^Very likely.. smile

December 28, 2007 1:43 am

skyfex

Urchin

3 posts

Does anyone have a clean copy of the safetycheck.lib file? I've tried to fix the one I got with firefox, but it just turns up invalid.

December 28, 2007 1:45 am
tabooism

tabooism

Tinkerer

from Ireland
45 posts

99 wrote:

I think SafetyCheck.lib is a binary library and not an encrypted file. We should probably find out what it does.

I already tried to decode it - just gives you the "Encrypt" option, nothing else.  It's a HUGE file, and a lot of garbled text - of which the only thing that's readable is "begin 644" - a google search on which says, as somebody else has suggested (I think) that it's a .uue encoded file?



... actually. If you change the extension on it to .uue and extract it, it'll give you the .lib file, but I can't figure out what to do with it after that - opening it in Terminal gives a, 'cannot execute binary file' error.

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All I fear means nothing

December 28, 2007 1:46 am
December 28, 2007 1:46 am

AcidRed35

Urchin

from Maryland
3 posts

ASIN run into Delicious Library places WormZapper into games section. Only info I didn't see on the Amazon site was the u.p.c# 664980000223

December 28, 2007 1:46 am
eilhard

eilhard

Tinkerer

from Cologne, Germany
19 posts

Installing lynx to get a working gopher client... Wouldn't have thought I'd ever say that.

holgr.com

December 28, 2007 1:47 am
tsgoldsun1

tsgoldsun1

Tinkerer

10 posts

Umm, all you need is mozilla <insert some form of mozilla browser here> and you can see gopher pages.

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December 28, 2007 1:48 am
smartyhall

smartyhall

Tinkerer

from Cleveland, TN
26 posts

I wonder if a Gopher client that supports the 3D Gopher protocol would give different results? If only I could find that old copy of VR Gopher I have around here somewhere.

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December 28, 2007 1:49 am
tabooism

tabooism

Tinkerer

from Ireland
45 posts

http://aoaki.net/SafetyCheck.lib  <-- the extracted 1.7MB SafetyCheck.lib file.

I watch you fast asleep
All I fear means nothing

December 28, 2007 1:49 am
eilhard

eilhard

Tinkerer

from Cologne, Germany
19 posts

tsgoldsun1 wrote:

Umm, all you need is mozilla <insert some form of mozilla browser here> and you can see gopher pages.

...which results in a garbled file when trying to download it and I don't know if it's the browser or the file itself... just trying to eliminate the unknows smile

holgr.com

December 28, 2007 1:49 am
gfoster

gfoster

Gearhead

from Concord, CA
78 posts

I put a copy of SafetyCheck.lib (gzipped) on my webserver for the gopher impaired.  It's at http://writerferret.com/mh/SafetyCheck.lib.gz

-- Gary F.

December 28, 2007 1:50 am

hazkid

Tinkerer

34 posts

terminal: permission denied?

December 28, 2007 1:50 am
cl1993

cl1993

Tinkerer

from Germany
24 posts

gopher://bugzappertheapp.com/0

?

Go Green Monkeys!

December 28, 2007 1:51 am
tabooism

tabooism

Tinkerer

from Ireland
45 posts

eilhard wrote:
tsgoldsun1 wrote:

Umm, all you need is mozilla <insert some form of mozilla browser here> and you can see gopher pages.

...which results in a garbled file when trying to download it and I don't know if it's the browser or the file itself... just trying to eliminate the unknows smile

I must be the only person here who uses Firefox as default, huh?

I watch you fast asleep
All I fear means nothing

December 28, 2007 1:51 am
helmsc

helmsc

Tinkerer

from Newport, TN USA
38 posts

AcidRed35 wrote:

ASIN run into Delicious Library places WormZapper into games section. Only info I didn't see on the Amazon site was the u.p.c# 664980000223

from upc database ... The manufacturer of this item is "MOON TOWN DISC".
there is no valid item tho

December 28, 2007 1:51 am
eilhard

eilhard

Tinkerer

from Cologne, Germany
19 posts

tabooism wrote:
eilhard wrote:
tsgoldsun1 wrote:

Umm, all you need is mozilla <insert some form of mozilla browser here> and you can see gopher pages.

...which results in a garbled file when trying to download it and I don't know if it's the browser or the file itself... just trying to eliminate the unknows smile

I must be the only person here who uses Firefox as default, huh?

tried Camino and Firefox...

holgr.com

December 28, 2007 1:52 am
madalice

madalice

Tinkerer

23 posts

Im sure that i am not the first to notice, but on the off chance that i am , on the Amazon image of the box, the word pulverizes is highlighted.

no comment

December 28, 2007 1:52 am
newsdork

newsdork

Sky Pirate

from Tennessee
1,477 posts

tabooism wrote:
eilhard wrote:
tsgoldsun1 wrote:

Umm, all you need is mozilla <insert some form of mozilla browser here> and you can see gopher pages.

...which results in a garbled file when trying to download it and I don't know if it's the browser or the file itself... just trying to eliminate the unknows smile

I must be the only person here who uses Firefox as default, huh?

safari is my default, but it defaults to firefox anytime gopher: comes up. ha!

Sometimes I feel so blue
It makes me twitter.

December 28, 2007 1:53 am
tabooism

tabooism

Tinkerer

from Ireland
45 posts

eilhard wrote:
tabooism wrote:
eilhard wrote:

...which results in a garbled file when trying to download it and I don't know if it's the browser or the file itself... just trying to eliminate the unknows smile

I must be the only person here who uses Firefox as default, huh?

tried Camino and Firefox...

Try right-click save-as, and make sure you don't have it set to open .lib with textedit as default.

I watch you fast asleep
All I fear means nothing

December 28, 2007 1:53 am
zaydia

zaydia

Automaton Tech

from Washington, DC
224 posts

tabooism wrote:
eilhard wrote:
tsgoldsun1 wrote:

Umm, all you need is mozilla <insert some form of mozilla browser here> and you can see gopher pages.

...which results in a garbled file when trying to download it and I don't know if it's the browser or the file itself... just trying to eliminate the unknows smile

I must be the only person here who uses Firefox as default, huh?

Nah, I do too.

All's quiet in the Amazon.

December 28, 2007 1:54 am
pink_panther

pink_panther

Tinkerer

22 posts

Safari

There are no stupid questions, but there are a LOT of inquisitive idiots.

December 28, 2007 1:55 am

hazkid

Tinkerer

34 posts

right now, we still need to get into supernovadev, right?

December 28, 2007 1:55 am

Eario

Tinkerer

29 posts

yep.. I think that's a main point.. smile

December 28, 2007 1:56 am
Wailord

Wailord

Automaton Tech

from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
221 posts

Take the .lib, change the extension to .wallet, and open in Wallet. It asks for a password, as the database is locked...(thanks to IRC)

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December 28, 2007 1:59 am
smartyhall

smartyhall

Tinkerer

from Cleveland, TN
26 posts

zaydia wrote:
tabooism wrote:
eilhard wrote:

...which results in a garbled file when trying to download it and I don't know if it's the browser or the file itself... just trying to eliminate the unknows smile

I must be the only person here who uses Firefox as default, huh?

Nah, I do too.

I used Firefox as my defauld web browser until it started to slow dramatically with Firefox 2.0. Although, I still use it on a regular basis for StumbleUpon and a few other extensions.

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December 28, 2007 2:00 am
brentj84062

brentj84062

Tinkerer

from Utah
30 posts

It's not a wallet file - don't bother.

Perfect. That is to say, slightly flawed. The mark of a true gentleman.

December 28, 2007 2:00 am
echelon22

echelon22

Tinkerer

from Carmel, Indiana
38 posts

No good, wallet ask for a password regardless of what file you ask it to open.

333...I'm only half evil.

December 28, 2007 2:00 am
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