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So I went to a website called Hack.net on a whim. It is a picture of a bug. Woohoo! I figured, however, that there had to be more to the domain "Hack.net," than a bug -- so I examined the source -- which lead me to a semi-obscure link halfway down the page to a website called Ninebows.com -- which was equally obscure. It consists of several binary numbers. I guessed that they were ACII codes, and so I converted them. The final message was "pls get /two" -- what does this mean? It is obvious that this series is a puzzle, meant to weed out the idiots (namely, me) from the real hackers. Is this some higher force I'm meddling with? What does the message mean? Could it be unicode values?

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get is an HTTP command. Try connecting with telnet to the sever and typing in "GET /two". /two is a directory of some sort.

Thats just my guess.

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my guess is goto:

here


Rofl...Note the name of the site and then go to /three.


yeah, i saw that. it made me laugh

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Stuck on /two -- figured that out a sec after post... Comes to "27 26 30+3 11+1 15 22+1 23-1 23-1 22-2" -- which, evaluated is 27, 26, 33, 12, 15, 23, 22, 22, 20. I'm not sure if thats it though. I tried showing the char code of the first number... gibberish. When it was converted from hex, gibberish too. Even for octal -- all the conversions are no good. I didn't think they'd do the same thing twice, anyway. Any ideas?

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Also, this is posted at ninebows


1110000 1101100 1110011 100000
1100111 1100101 1110100 100000
101111 1110100 1110111 1101111


???

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