Tripcode decoder (696)

1 Name: Albright!LC/IWhc3yc 2004-11-15 08:25 ID:UYlEBzaw [Del]

I've been tinkering with Python all day today... it's pretty slick. Just for practice, I tried to cobble together a tripcode decoder that would let you have "real" words in your tripcode as !WAHa and Sling and others do, and it actually came out better than I thought it would be. I'm aware there's already a program that does this, but if memory serves me, it's Windows-only and in Japanese besides. My script is kind of dumb in the way it goes about things -- it basically just tears through random strings until it finds one that fits -- but I've tested it repeatedly and it seems to work. If you'd like to check it out, nab it here:

Of course, you may need to modify the hashbang line depending on where Python is on your machine, and don't forget those execute bits, people... Use "-h" for help.

First person to ask how to get this to run on Windows gets pointed and laughed at.

71 Name: mvb!2r2Ga7GHRc!!HT0hvgf8 2004-12-25 12:45 ID:Heaven [Del]

Testing tripcode bug... this is #' and should NOT trigger secure trips, but does on shiichan4.

72 Name: Mr VacBob!JqK7T7zan.!!47oS1MzU 2004-12-25 12:46 ID:zmyPR2UZ [Del]

Like I thought. ' -> htmlspecialchars -> ' -> # triggers securetrips. Oh well, not high priority bug.

73 Name: lolocaust!rsvcwx6Axc 2004-12-25 14:46 ID:Heaven [Del]

There's a lot of special characters that trigger secure trips, also on Kareha/Wakaba.

74 Name: Mr VacBob!JqK7T7zan.!!47oS1MzU 2004-12-25 14:57 ID:Heaven [Del]

Second quote should be & #039;.

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