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    Everybody check this website. i cant view it in my mac but it's ok in pc. and when i view the site's source, it displayed some other text doesnt look like a code. can anybody tell me how to do that.

    http://nhacvietonline.com/
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    It looks like it's they're using some sort of javascript to call the real page, and using binary in that javascript to further confuse users. The page isn't groundbreaking or anything, wonder why they would go to great lengths to protect their code...

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    Do you know how to do this? or something related!
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    quite a good pic though
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    I wondering how did they do that? a great way to protect their sources.
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    Here's a page that offers this code for download, w/ instructions.

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    Senior Member iphong's Avatar
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    Thank for the link Slufdaddy!
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    Looks like the code is from CGISCRIPT.NET, as there is some readable text in there.
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    Hehe... all it is is URLEncode. URLEncode turns the source of the page into a script that's encoded into special 2-character numeric codes preceded by %. You see it every time you have a space in your URL (%20 = space).

    The javascript in this page creates a URLEncoded script, then uses javascript's unescape function to translate it into normal HTML.

    Here, I translated it for you:
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    <script language=JavaScript>
        m = '<!--
            #####################################################################
            #                                                                   #
            #    Copyright  1999-2002 CGISCRIPT.NET - All Rights Reserved      #
            #                                                                   #
            #####################################################################
            #                                                                   #
            #          THIS COPYRIGHT INFORMATION MUST REMAIN INTACT            #
            #                AND MAY NOT BE MODIFIED IN ANY WAY                 #
            #                                                                   #
            #####################################################################
            #
            # When you downloaded this script you agreed to accept the terms 
            # of this Agreement. This Agreement is a legal contract, which 
            # specifies the terms of the license and warranty limitation between 
            # you and CGISCRIPT.NET. You should carefully read the following 
            # terms and conditions before installing or using this software.  
            # Unless you have a different license agreement obtained from 
            # CGISCRIPT.NET, installation or use of this software indicates 
            # your acceptance of the license and warranty limitation terms
            # contained in this Agreement. If you do not agree to the terms of this
            # Agreement, promptly delete and destroy all copies of the Software.
            #
            # Versions of the Software 
            # Only one copy of the registered version of CGISCRIPT.NET 
            # may used on one web site.
            # 
            # License to Redistribute
            # Distributing the software and/or documentation with other products
            # 'commercial or otherwise' or by other than electronic means without
            # CGISCRIPT.NET's prior written permission is forbidden.
            # All rights to the CGISCRIPT.NET software and documentation not expressly
            # granted under this Agreement are reserved to CGISCRIPT.NET.
            #
            -->
            <script language="JavaScript" src="encrypt.js"></script>
            <!--
            # Disclaimer of Warranty
            # THIS SOFTWARE AND ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTATION ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" AND
            # WITHOUT WARRANTIES AS TO PERFORMANCE OF MERCHANTABILITY OR ANY OTHER
            # WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.   BECAUSE OF THE VARIOUS HARDWARE
            # AND SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENTS INTO WHICH CGISCRIPT.NET MAY BE USED, NO WARRANTY 
            # OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS OFFERED.  THE USER MUST ASSUME THE
            # ENTIRE RISK OF USING THIS PROGRAM.  ANY LIABILITY OF CGISCRIPT.NET WILL BE
            # LIMITED EXCLUSIVELY TO PRODUCT REPLACEMENT OR REFUND OF PURCHASE PRICE.
            # IN NO CASE SHALL CGISCRIPT.NET BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR
            # CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSS, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST PROFITS
            # OR THE INABILITY TO USE EQUIPMENT OR ACCESS DATA, WHETHER SUCH DAMAGES ARE
            # BASED UPON A BREACH OF EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, BREACH OF CONTRACT,
            # NEGLIGENCE, STRICT TORT, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY. THIS IS TRUE EVEN IF
            # CGISCRIPT.NET IS ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO CASE WILL
            # CGISCRIPT.NET's LIABILITY EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF THE LICENSE FEE ACTUALLY PAID
            # BY LICENSEE TO CGISCRIPT.NET.-->';
    
        d=unescape(m);
        document.write(d);
    </script>

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    Really, all it's doing is telling your browser to load up "encrypt.js", which probably loads the actual page from there.

    Silly way of doing things, if you ask me, because in the end we can still get their file.


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