Think the flag is somewhere in there. Would you help me find it? https://mega.nz/#!OHohCbTa!wbg60PARf4u6E6juuvK9-aDRe_bgEL937VO01EImM7c
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An image can be open in differents ways
3 weeks ago
Cam find the flag using strings (Easiest), or via notepad/text editor or a hex editor
I have no idea how I was supposed to solve this, but I found the answer using Notepad++. People are saying use STRINGS, but I don't know what that means.
strings is a linux command used to return the string characters into files
haha, thanks! I've learned a lot since I posted that 3 days ago!
Now I'm defaulting to strings, xxd and exiftool for all the picture files I'm running into.
I think those are rly useful for jpegs, not quite as useful for PNGs.
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Pozdrawiam Mirka Zelenta
My first thought was stego so I fired up openstego but then I realized, no password.
Can someone tell me at least, if I am on the right thought process? This is literally the 2nd time I have attempted to hack anything in practice.
Once again i had no idea what i was meant to do since i never did something like it before so i searched it up. though im fine with being a script kiddie as long as its because im using it to learn new concepts
I was not able to access the file. Every time I opened the page, on separate computers and websites, it's always blocked.
7 months ago
google how to use strings command .it will help