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#18991 - 06/19/02 06:25 PM Decoding flash
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How do I get the source code from a page that has flash? Not the HTML, but for the flash part.

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#18992 - 06/19/02 10:01 PM Re: Decoding flash
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View the Source of the page, (view --> Source) then search for .swf, then make a small webpage or use frontpage and type in the url of the flash, then save it to your disk...

I hope thats what you're asking, how to save the flash...


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#18993 - 06/20/02 11:48 AM Re: Decoding flash
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Er, no. I could have done that. What I wan't to know is how to find the flash's source code.

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#18994 - 06/20/02 01:41 PM Re: Decoding flash
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Usually they're .swf files - not .fla. And a much easier way to do things is copy the .swf files from your temporary internet files and open it with IE to view it. But no source code is available unless there is a utility out there that decompiles flash files.

If that's your question, I'd do a search for one.


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#18995 - 06/20/02 02:18 PM Re: Decoding flash
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OK, thanks! I'll do that.

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#18996 - 06/20/02 08:19 PM Re: Decoding flash
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There is now source for flash man... It's more like an images than a program. What you use to make flash movies is kinda like an advanced paint brush program. You can add java script to the file to get certain elements in the movie to do things, but once the file is exported as an swf file there is noe source. Before that it's a Fla file.

Now you can make flash movies with code however. There is a way to creat flash movies on the fly using PHP. There is also a mark-up language out ther called SMIL

That is probably what you want. Search GOOGLE or web monkey for SMIL and learn that. the browser support isn't the best right now, but it is a growing language..

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#18997 - 06/20/02 11:41 PM Re: Decoding flash
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OK, the thing is, I want to find some access codes to a hidden part of the matrix website. There's a (sort of) hidden flash panel that opens up with a liitle panel on that which opens up that has a button under it that makes another panel drop down which is used to enter binary codes to access various pages. Wow that's a long sentence! OK, it the official matrix website. I found the panel by messing around. Well I looked on the internet and tried to find the codes, but at first I couldn't find anything. When I finally did, I found a short list of codes, but I had already found more than that just by playing around with different values. So I want to have a look at the source code (it's in flash) to see what all the possible values are. Just like you can do at another hidden part of the site. You can look at the HTML source and see all the valid codes.

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#18998 - 06/21/02 01:55 AM Re: Decoding flash
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?? What the fuck are you talking about? There is no source code to flash dude. How do you know it is in flash? There is souce code to PHP which can make flash on the fly. Look

http://macromedia.com

That is the company the makes flash product. Down load the FlashXP 30 trial. It is fully functional it just don't work after 30 days if you don't register it.

Then you can get a better idea of what flash is.

For a tut on how to use it.

http://webmonkey.com The flash 5 tut will teach you enough about this one to have you up in no time.

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#18999 - 06/21/02 04:05 AM Re: Decoding flash
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#19000 - 06/21/02 04:35 AM Re: Decoding flash
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I think maybe he found a hard way of getting to hackthematrix.com or something and found javascript or something. I don't know. Maybe he is just some crazy meth addict friend of Mustard's. no nevermind they are in the pot circle...

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#19001 - 06/22/02 12:06 AM Re: Decoding flash
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It must be that new flash javascript. [Joker]

This is the source you are lokking for.

Code:
 </MAP> <script  language="JavaScript"><!--     
        if(document.images) {
                rollout = new Image(186,79);
                rollout.src = "img/spacer.gif";
        rollover1 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover1.src = "img/morpheuscode.gif";

		rollover2 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover2.src = "img/darrowcode.gif";

	    rollover3 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover3.src = "img/trinitycode.gif";

		rollover4 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover4.src = "img/steakcode.gif";

		rollover5 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover5.src = "img/skrocecode.gif";

		rollover6 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover6.src = "img/darrowcode.gif";		

        rollover7 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover7.src = "img/reflectioncode.gif";		

        rollover8 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover8.src = "img/sagacode.gif";

        rollover9 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover9.src = "img/dejavucode.gif";

   		rollover10 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover10.src = "img/wrongnumbercode.gif";

        rollover11 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover11.src = "img/sentinelcode.gif";

        rollover12 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover12.src = "img/nebcode.gif";
        
        rollover13 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover13.src = "img/neobulletcode.gif";
        
        rollover14 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover14.src = "img/mirrorcode.gif";
        
        rollover15 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover15.src = "img/agentcode.gif";
        
        rollover16 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover16.src = "img/lobbycode.gif";
        
        rollover17 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover17.src = "img/crashcode.gif";
                
        rollover18 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover18.src = "img/codetokyo2.gif";
                
        rollover19 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover19.src = "img/codelaurence2.gif";
                
        rollover20 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover20.src = "img/codecarrie2.gif";
                
        rollover21 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover21.src = "img/codekeanu2.gif";
                
        rollover22 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover22.src = "img/codeowen2.gif";
                
        rollover23 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover23.src = "img/codegeof2.gif";
                
        rollover24 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover24.src = "img/codeguns2.gif";
                
        rollover25 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover25.src = "img/codeskroce2.gif";
                                
        rollover26 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover26.src = "img/chrysaliscode.gif";
                
        rollover27 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover27.src = "img/codebill.gif";
                
        rollover28 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover28.src = "img/codered.gif";    
     
        rollover29 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover29.src = "img/code_explosion.gif";

        rollover30 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover30.src = "img/reload.gif";
 
       <!--  rollover31 = new Image(186,79);
                rollover31.src = "img/jue.gif";--> 
http://hackthematrix.warnerbros.com/

is the root URL to proceed the img statements

in other words

http://hackthematrix.warnerbros.com/img/jue.gif

BTW dude. There isn't 1 once of flash on that site....

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#19002 - 06/24/02 09:26 PM Re: Decoding flash
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http://whatisthematrix.warnerbros.com/
"Enter Flash Version"
Click that. You will see a panel at the top of the screen. At the right hand side of the panel there is a yellow button. Click. To the right of the text "HTML Version" is a little square panel. Click to reveal a button. Click.
Another panel comes down covering that one. Open the panel.
This is where you enter the binary access codes. This is not the hackthematrix.com part. Nor is it the part where you enter the text codes. Of which I know all. It's in the HTML code. Easy.
Try a few binary combinations until you find one that lights up the green light, and click enter. I highly recommend 11010100. [Thumb]

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#19003 - 06/26/02 12:06 PM Re: Decoding flash
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So no-one can help?
Did anyone check out the pic?

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#19004 - 06/26/02 04:59 PM Re: Decoding flash
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Who is this?
uhh all u do it type in the code that apears on the screen like code=laurence and u get a movie of shit they did, its not really hacking it its just kinda a gimick


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#19005 - 06/26/02 07:19 PM Re: Decoding flash
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God damnit!!!
No-one is reading my friggin posts! Read what I posted. I AM NOT TRYING TO GET TO HACKTHEMATRIX.COM!
And I never said it was hacking! I know it's a gimmick!
Just read my post. Geeze.

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#19006 - 06/26/02 07:59 PM Re: Decoding flash
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http://whatisthematrix.warnerbros.com/

Different site. There is no source man. If you wana see flash source I can show you. It is nothing you can read.

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#19007 - 06/26/02 08:18 PM Re: Decoding flash
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Quote:
Originally posted by SilentRage:
Usually they're .swf files - not .fla. And a much easier way to do things is copy the .swf files from your temporary internet files and open it with IE to view it. But no source code is available unless there is a utility out there that decompiles flash files.

If that's your question, I'd do a search for one.
Paragon, this is the best answer you'll get. The only way you'll find all the right combonations is to try every single one of the 256 possibilities.


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#19008 - 06/26/02 08:41 PM Re: Decoding flash
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Quote:
Originally posted by Le4rner:
http://whatisthematrix.warnerbros.com/
Different site. There is no source man. If you wana see flash source I can show you. It is nothing you can read.
OMG! You finally clued in!
About the source, there has to be! How can there not be? Are you sure flash source is nothing you can read? I am learning to program, I would think I'd be able to figure out enough that I can tell what the codes are.
There has to be a way to see the source.

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#19009 - 06/27/02 01:51 AM Re: Decoding flash
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There you go mother fucker. Read it.

Code:
 
FWS&#381;x_ C&#8224; *P&#8240;?
&#8211;&#8211;12"&#8211;&#8211;5"  
&#8482;p&#8211; /loader&#8211;@&#8211;&#8211;
12"&#8211;&#8211;5" &#8211;100 #&#8211; 
percent&#8211;&#8211;12"&#8211;&#8211;5" 
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F~&Mh&#8364;&#353;6S`D4&#8240; 
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]E^&#8364;xlU &#8225;!&#8224; 
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P^| &#710;&#732;B&#8249;: 
v7&&#381;&#8482;G&#8217;4M5iY9  
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+&#8225;X'&#8482;vI'u
{&#382;&Az 
E2&#352;˼vz&#338;4to:e=ܽǷ2@Hkm
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1;V&#8218;&#8224;U\q &#381;V91v0d 
ӝ&#8220;fB&#353;&#8212;7Umzxr-
F&#8216;ZC
This is only a sample of this

http://rrfn.promodtecnologies.com/Flash/SWgangsta.swf

There is more than Gizzmo would probably care for me to post left to it. But if you can read it I can e-mail it to you. But you can't read t so don't say you can. It's a gimmic man. get over it. they put it there to keep people like you coming back. It worked. Download yourself a copy of flash for christ sakes and see for your self.

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#19010 - 06/27/02 03:18 PM Re: Decoding flash
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There's got to be a way to see the source.
Everything else has source, everything can be disassembled, what could be so different about flash?

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#19011 - 06/27/02 06:38 PM Re: Decoding flash
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you must not be reading what I'm saying here. .swf files are compiled, not executeables of course, but they are a compilation of images and whatever active content. I told you to go search for a utility that may decompile flash files. Have you done this? If so, and you didn't find any, then you're shit out of luck. Comprende?


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#19012 - 06/27/02 08:52 PM Re: Decoding flash
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Code:
FWS&#381;x_ C&#8224; *P&#8240;?
&#8211;&#8211;12"&#8211;&#8211;5"  
&#8482;p&#8211; /loader&#8211;@&#8211;&#8211;
12"&#8211;&#8211;5" &#8211;100 #&#8211; 
percent&#8211;&#8211;12"&#8211;&#8211;5"   
That is it raw right?

I seem to rember something from a cracking tut I read. FWS must mean flash file... Anyone know what I'm talking about? I can tell you when you break apart a flash file the amout of shit that comes out is unreal. Just imagein the source for every image, and the source for all the movement, and such... It would be quite a bit to read through.

And that site could easily be done with php, creating flash animations on the fly. They would return a *swf file to your browser.

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#19013 - 06/27/02 11:34 PM Re: Decoding flash
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uhh, you're dumb. the answer is no. as most people have said; you cannot disassemble a flash file. im sure theres some kind of header as learner was saying which may have the frame rate, dimensions, and other stuff like that, but a flash file basically is just a load of commands and formulas that tell the player what to do. from what ive learned from the few macromedia seminars that i went to, which were a total waste of time, the .swf contains very very complicated formulas that draw out all the vectors and such in the movie. i doubt that you could find it, but there might be the action script stored someplace in the file, cuz, well, it has to be someplace.

so, with what ive seen of you, you are no way near intelligent enough to find what you are looking for.

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#19014 - 06/28/02 12:20 AM Re: Decoding flash
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So you know what I am talking about about the file header? I think it was a tut on the basics of cracking....

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#19015 - 06/28/02 02:35 AM Re: Decoding flash
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For Flash 3 they had an ap that could decompile them, They don't have any recent ones though, i've looked since 4.0.


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