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#8643 - 01/30/04 03:19 PM Obscuring IP addresses
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Hey i need some help with converting standard IPs (66.60.25.114) to hexidecimal or octal form... and can you enter an IP in hexidecimal or octal intothe browser thing? please help...

EDIT:Uhh sorry i double posted i dont know why the hell it did that
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#8644 - 01/30/04 05:32 PM Re: Obscuring IP addresses
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36362E36302E32352E313134

No your browser only understands ascii code. Since hexidecimal/octal consist of ascii characters it would have no way to differentiate between the two.

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#8645 - 01/30/04 05:35 PM Re: Obscuring IP addresses
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i recall hearing about this, i believe on either hackermind or in frequency. as well as reading about it in 2600.

http://www.allredroster.com/iptodec.htm

that'll do it automatically. but i'm also sure there's an easier way.

something about direct conversion from the ip to decimal just by some multiplication or something. and yes, decimal can be entered into the browser.//
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#8646 - 01/30/04 08:26 PM Re: Obscuring IP addresses
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interesting doesnt seem to work in IE though.

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#8647 - 01/31/04 01:46 AM Re: Obscuring IP addresses
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Registered: 10/14/03
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Loc: melbourne Australia
you can use your windows calc
or linux calc..
just go view -> scientific mode

is that what u wanted?
66 is not 3636 its 42

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#8648 - 01/31/04 04:06 AM Re: Obscuring IP addresses
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the ascii character 6 that you type into your browser = hex 36 = binary 0011 0110

the decimal 66 = 42 hexidecimal

it is very important to specify what you are converting to and from in these situations. Both are correct answers if the question is unspecific.

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#8649 - 02/01/04 01:33 AM Re: Obscuring IP addresses
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this is a thread that could have been prevented by googling.

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#8650 - 02/01/04 01:37 AM Re: Obscuring IP addresses
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#8651 - 02/01/04 09:54 PM Re: Obscuring IP addresses
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yeah, like that the Windows calculator had a scientific mode...

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#8652 - 02/01/04 10:34 PM Re: Obscuring IP addresses
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No that browsers besides IE can accept hex valued IP in addtion to IP addresses and DNS names.

This could be intresting if applyed to a script. Can you mix it? say 199.33.02E32352E313134
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#8653 - 02/02/04 05:53 AM Re: Obscuring IP addresses
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I dont think that it can use hex values, i think it uses the decimal form of the 32 bit binary form of the addess

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