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Help with getting to Transcender

Posted By: TuneAPhish

Help with getting to Transcender - 04/06/08 11:13 AM

I have been going to this school and found out that they are paying for my Transcender subscription. When i go to log in it asks for my first and last name and site's login and my email.

On another side of this story i found out that the school is a scam! They first weren't going to give us our A+ and Net+ certifications and to make a long story short, most things that they did were shady.

My dilemma is this, I would like to keep using the Transcender class since they did pay for it and are not going to be able to use it but I dont know what they used as my login and i am going to drop out of the college and get my money back. I tried my email but that didn't work so i tried looking at the source to see if there was anything there but I found it is a Java script to log in and i don't know what to do for that.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: Help with getting to Transcender - 04/06/08 05:01 PM

If you're looking for a way to "hack" the server to login, you've come to the wrong place. We will not help you, nor anyone else, gain illegal or unauthorized access to a site, server, or application; regardless of your claim of "I paid for it" or otherwise.

If you have truly been scammed, you should contact your bank to reverse any charges of payment; it's the only way you'll get your money back.

There are several routes you can take, such as filing a complaint with the Better Business Beauro, both in your state, and the state which the company is headquartered.
Posted By: TuneAPhish

Re: Help with getting to Transcender - 04/13/08 07:34 PM

I am not looking to hack anything just reverse engineer a java script to get my Transcender login and password. Let me digress for a moment

This school that I was going to was suppose to offer A+, Net+, and other computer certificates. When I go to the in class portion (by this time about 35% of total class time has transpired) I find out that they are teaching us ETA's certifications not CompTIA (A little false advertising)! I raise some hell and they finally get approved to test CompTIA certs and then start teaching them but by this time the class is now halfway through. I have a time line because I am not sure when i could be moving so I started to raise hell again letting them know that what they did was unacceptable. Their proposal was to extend class and as i said i am on a time line and i can not extend. Anyway so they broke their contract a few different times (among other unprofessional things that they did. For a school that i paid close to $13,000 they fell short of any and all expectations i had for a college with that kind of tab) and I dropped the class.

Now they are saying i am only going to get back approximately 55% of my total tuition putting me out for the other 45% for something they screwed up. I am in the process of sending a letter letting them know that me and some other students are upset and if we do not receive a full refund then we are going to sue them for a material breach of contract. Anyway back to our story

The school paid for a subscription for each of us to a place called They offer a lot of quizzes to prepare you to take the actual certification test. They tied the login and password to the site through the "college's" site through what i think is a javascript. Since technically i paid for the subscription and they fell short of what they said they were going to provide in terms of schooling and now denying 45% of my refund i was wondering if there is a way to reverse engineer the javascript to retrieve my login and password.

On a side note why are you against teaching others or providing others illegal or unauthorized access to a "site, server or application" but then have a forum description of "Reach out and rob someone". Isn't robbing someone also illegal? But you are willing to talk about it. Is not stealing phone service through various colored boxes illegal in the law's eyes? Where do you draw the line?

I am also trying to revoke the schools accreditation among other things so it isn't like i am not trying i am just trying to get what i technically paid for. The school's website is

Sorry if there was any confusion in the previous post.
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: Help with getting to Transcender - 04/13/08 08:01 PM

Sorry, but I'm not authorizing anyone to "teach" you how to "reverse engeneer" the javascript; sure you may have paid for access to these services, but it isn't your login... Again, go through the BBB and your creditcard company, [censored] up a storm, but I'm not going to hold your hand and tell you how to hack into their system to grab login credentials which likely are just a "global" account for them.

Also, don't try to go through and tell me that you paid for services and deserve it; I'll give it to you; they did something rude and crude... But again, stealing their login credentials to this trancend site is still doing something that can be mallitious as if it's a global account with a user cookie you'll still have access to this site once your login expires. Retaining access to this trancend site will in no way impact the services you where ripped off from; instead it'll be ripping off the trancend site as you'll have access to their material without paying.

Posted By: Gremelin

Re: Help with getting to Transcender - 04/13/08 08:14 PM

Originally Posted by TuneAPhish
Is not stealing phone service through various colored boxes illegal in the law's eyes? Where do you draw the line?
99% of these do not work and are hosted here merely for historical and teaching purposes; in fact, I'd be amused to see what actually still works from these "multi colored boxes"; if you'll note, the creation date on most of them is what, early 90's/late 80's? Sorry, the telecomm sector has changed drastically in ~20 years.
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