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Solution to Warsaw Honeynet Project Workshop Conference official Crackme

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My Infected Computer
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Solution to Warsaw Honeynet Project Workshop Conference official Crackme

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Here is my solution, official one is available at http://www.cert.pl/news/8300/langswitch_lang/en Crackme available at http://www.cert.pl/news/8253/langswitch_lang/en Directly from the challenge main page: “We created a special file to which a total of 10 flags are somehow related. All of them are easily recognizable once you find them, because they are of the form*flag{xxx}, where*xxx*is a string made […]Image

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