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Level Discussion > Main Levels > Main Level 4 > level 4


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    What is the answer to level 4??
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  • ColdIV
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    That means it is no the path that you are searching for.
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  • marthyn_zhu
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    It's simple :

    [removed]

    First : Read the hint "Sometimes extra hidden fields are added to the form which contains extra information for the login script"
    Second : Focus on 'hidden' words....
    Third : The word 'extra'...

    There is enlightenment? LOL
  • Memoria
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  • Reda.SDS
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    I realise that the part ( value="[removed]") is what matters though i cannot find the right way to extract the login data from it.
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    Spoilers, spoilers everywhere.

    Reda.SDS: Lean about the structure (folders, files...) of a website.
  • VirusHacked2702
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    You're right, kapuccino. This thread has enough spoilers already.
    And Reada.SDA, ever heard of a Url?
    Knowledge isn't given, it's grown.
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    just search [removed] and open the first result that comes in
  • IAmDevil
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    Salfaman no one asked you to give an answer!
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    Its good to be back!
  • Mugiwara27
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    There's no spoil, just answers ! If you're stuck on that level, look at other threads !
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  • Drakalex007
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    Hi, i found a line which contain [removed]and i guess the answer is in there, but i don't know how to open this page !
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