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  # 82119 12-Aug-2007 19:30
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barf: is the level 2 pass = 131 ?
close but have a close look that last digit isn't a 1




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  # 82204 13-Aug-2007 16:11
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haha nice link.

Any hints or tips for an inexperienced hacker?
I couldn't hack my way out of a paper bag even if someone gave me a machete.


 
 
 
 


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  # 82357 14-Aug-2007 16:26
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It is really just problem solving. No hacking involved :P



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  # 82462 15-Aug-2007 09:49
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I found that some of the clue on HackerSkills are not available or as clearly as the http://www.hackertest.net/.




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  # 82505 15-Aug-2007 14:49
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Haha I must be blind because I still cant see the clues for this problem solving.

Thanks for the tip tho Fossie.  Laughing

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  # 82533 15-Aug-2007 17:31
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I managed to only reach Level 6.  =(
Got stuck on the whole i=4 thing




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