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phpBB ForumMotion Hack
PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2012 5:05 pm Reply with quote
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Ok, I have been trying for days now to try and hack into one of their forums, and NOTHING I seem to do is working. I've looked up various codes and things that supposedly find the hashes for the admin or users, but from the looks of things, they are outdated, or it's just me and I can't get them to work. I tried HaviJ for an SQLi but couldn't find a weak link on the site.

If anyone has ANY kind of information that could help hack into FM, then please say so. Or if you don't, could you point me towards some things I could learn that could help me with this? I am completely willing to learn these things as long as it can end up in finding a good hack for this place.

And yes I do realize I may very well have sounded like an idiot at the start. But like I said, I'm willing to learn how to not be. Thank you in advance for anyone willing to help.
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