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|07-18-2008 11:35 AM|
|07-15-2008 10:22 AM|
Anyway I was referring to micro ops, not x86 instructions
|07-15-2008 09:50 AM|
A CPU can be made to have any kind of instructions you want, really. It just depends on if Intel or AMD thinks a given instruction would be used often enough to actually be useful.
|07-15-2008 09:33 AM|
It caused me to think more analytically in general, and when looking at anything that has to do with programming I think about how it could be improved, and sometimes, I think whether this script has potential for an exploit.
I've actually found real exploits like this - for example, some WoW private servers use a system that reward voting on websites like xtremetop100.com.
You pick an item from a dropdown list, enter your character name, press a button - you're redirected to the voting website and the item is mailed to you.
The thing is that the person who wrote this script was trying to make it "flexible", so the item IDs are entered in the HTML form...
I looked up the PHP source just to make sure it really does it that way (just to save myself time in case it didn't), and woo. I'm surprised nobody's made the exploit public, since it's so simple.
You can get item IDs from websites like Thottbot and then just replace the IDs in the HTML form, and voila. You can even get GM items if you know one of the custom IDs.
|07-08-2008 02:53 AM|
|kurei||sure does... a friend of mine was once trying to solve a puzzle with three cannibals, three monks , a boat and a stream where you have to get them from one side to the other.... i solved it easily but then started to think in code and AI... that was how i got into robotics AI...that was my 2 cents worth....|
|07-08-2008 02:40 AM|
One of the most important thing you forgot is the interrupt, which is something that you cannot classify as logical or mathematical or other like that thing.
|07-07-2008 01:02 PM|
I think those are the micro ops although I may have missed something
|07-07-2008 11:50 AM|
I thought all it did was ADD.
The last few days on this thread deserve this xkcd cartoon
|07-07-2008 11:20 AM|
|07-07-2008 06:49 AM|
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