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Whats behind john.com? Anyone got an access code?

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Whats behind john.com?
Anyone got an access code?
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>>14622636
C'mon /x/, /b/tards have helped you out before. You know this is right up your alley.

As far as we can tell, the domain was registered in 1994 and updated in 2013, so we're quite certain the OP isn't trolling us.

There is also a Yahoo question about from April 2014.

You know you want to know too.
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>>14622636
pls
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>>14622636
I think we could assume that your question should be "WHO is behind john.com?"
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>>14622654
Yes and what is this site about

Registry Domain ID:
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.networksolutions.com
Registrar URL: http://www.networksolutions.com/en_US/
Updated Date: 2013-12-09T00:00:00Z
Creation Date: 1994-08-16T00:00:00Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2019-08-15T00:00:00Z
Registrar: NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.
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from /b/...

Sees to be a home based setup. Ran NMAP against it:

HTTPs requires client based certificate auth.

FTP doesn't respond to anonymous requests.

Interesting...

Starting Nmap 6.00 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2014-05-22 16:11 IST
Nmap scan report for john.com (162.252.156.212)
Host is up (0.16s latency).
rDNS record for 162.252.156.212: perfora.net
Not shown: 995 filtered ports
PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
21/tcp open ftp ProFTPD
22/tcp open ssh Linksys WRT45G modified dropbear sshd (protocol 2.0)
|_ssh-hostkey: 1024 34:47:0f:e9:1a:c2:eb:56:eb:cc:58:59:3a:02:80:b6 (DSA)
80/tcp open http Apache httpd
|_http-methods: No Allow or Public header in OPTIONS response (status code 200)
|_http-title: John.com
81/tcp open http Apache httpd
| http-auth:
| HTTP/1.1 401 Authorization Required
|_ Basic realm=WebDAV
|_http-title: 401 Authorization Required
|_http-methods: No Allow or Public header in OPTIONS response (status code 401)
443/tcp open http Apache httpd
|_http-methods: No Allow or Public header in OPTIONS response (status code 200)
|_http-title: John.com
Warning: OSScan results may be unreliable because we could not find at least 1 open and 1 closed port
Device type: storage-misc
Running (JUST GUESSING): Linksys Linux 2.6.X (86%)
OS CPE: cpe:/o:linux:kernel:2.6.18
Aggressive OS guesses: Linux 2.6.18 (86%)
No exact OS matches for host (test conditions non-ideal).
Network Distance: 16 hops
Service Info: OS: Unix; Device: router
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This thread needs moar aliens and conspiracy for the fat fucks from /x/
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>>14622663
This has so much potential for all those things.

DONT YOU XFILE WATCHING FAGGOTS WANT TO KNOW THE UNKNOWN?!?!?

Then put on your tinfoil hat and help!
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>>14622665
I come from /b/ m8
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come on /x/
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>>14622663
>fat fucks from /x/
Implying m8
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you can inject HTML into this

http://john.com/login.php?id=%22%3E%3Ch1%3EWOW%3C/h1%3E%3Cspan%20title=%22
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After mortis I'm done trying to get into unknown websites.

Good luck /x/
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>>14622705
what's mortis..?
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>>14622731

similar site, basically. page had only a single image on it with a log in. nobody could find a way in or knew what was on the site.

I think some government authorities got involved and the site was shut down? do a search of "mortis site 4chan" and you get some archived threads with some info.
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>>14622738
it's kind of messed up that after government authorities got involved the site shut down.. what were they doing there? one can only imagine
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>>14622738
Wait sec I think I remember this. Wasn't the image a pentagram or baphomet or something along those lines?
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Its purpose is to make you ask questions and conspire false "facts" about that website like /x/ does with everything else.
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>>14622756

not sure! I remembered the name of the site but not its contents so I had to do a Google search myself.
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I wonder if this is of interest...
http://john.com/process.php?accesscode=baa

Unfortunately I have no idea about PHP injection other than what it is.
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>>14622835
>http://john.com/process.php?accesscode=baa
This returns the state of the login, and would only be useful for a bruteforce in search of a 1 returned.
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>>14622858
I know that much; what I was thinking was to lever out the password checking code by sending particular field values. Wouldn't that be an option?

Wow so helpfulness, I think I'll be faster if I learn how to do it myself.
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>>14622877
Yeah, you do that.
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I'm fairly certain that there's actually nothing to this site beyond the pictures and the password screens.
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http://john.com/login.php?id=john
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>>14622905
There isn't.
In the source, javascript is used to put a fade out animation on the div ".form", and fade in ".done". Except there is no ".done" div defined in the source. If you entered the correct code, the login field would fade away and nothing would happen.
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>>14622923
Also it is owned by John E. Little, the founder of Portal Software.
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>>14622659
This is just a service that hides your WHOIS info
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//show the loading sign
$('.loading').show();

//start the ajax
$.ajax({
//this is the php file that processes the data and send mail
url: "process.php",

//GET method is used
type: "GET",
//pass the data
data: data,

//Do not cache the page
cache: false,

//success
success: function (html) {
//if process.php returned 1/true (send mail success)
if (html==1) {
//hide the form
$('.form').fadeOut('slow');

//show the success message
$('.done').fadeIn('slow');

//if process.php returned 0/false (send mail failed)
} else alert('Incorrect access code.\r\n\r\nPlease try again.');
$('.loading').hide();
}

});

//cancel the submit button default behaviours
return false;
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>>14622636
It is obviously talking about the YMCA
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>>14622923
see>>14622950
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I mean
>>14622950
see>>14622923
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Shit.

Actually I meant >>14622965
see: >>14619893
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>>14622661
So it's just a home network. And a joke website.
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Damn it!

I really meant: >>14622970
see: >>14622959
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the code is 2845
Easy to bruteforce, lol...
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>>14622981
except it isn't
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It's apparently copied from this example (notice the consistent spelling mistake "hightlight"):
http://www.queness.com/post/160/create-a-ajax-based-form-submission-with-jquery

I think he just removed the .done div element so there might be something behind this after all.

Still no idea how to lever out that password check, though.
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How come this is paranormal?
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>>14622999
Why do people say this? /x/ used to do this shit all the fucking time. Go back to your tulpa thread fag
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>>14622999
>dubs and trips noice

Not paranormal, but definitely fun, mysterious, and maybe a little 'conspiracy/creepy'- related. No harm there. It has my attention.
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>>14623048
except it's solved.. It was made by John E. Little and does nothing.
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>>14623054
>John E. Little
Obviously a fake name
JohnE Little
Come on try harder /x/
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>>14623054
THEN WHY EXIST
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>>14623114
I still want to know what they picked for a password.
That is, if process.php ever even returns 1. Probably doesn't.
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>>14623128
Exactly. Even if the whole 'mystery solved' aspect is boring, it's the hunt and act of solving that is exciting and fun.
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I believe ghost made it.
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Guys, this is a job for Anonymoose.
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>>14622950
the post data is sent to [email protected]

So, the "password" and url extension (not sure how else to say that - =truck) are sent to an email.

probably a marketing thing - which is weird because there are a million other ways to do this - ways that are SO MUCH FUCKING EASIER. Miles easier. and the code was obviously copied/pasted (someone probably wrote it for him and explain it to him - hence all the notes).

someone registered it in 1994 and never let go of it - and is trying to find use out of it. nothing weird here
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edit:
confirmed.
the passwords people enter are used for marketing purposes. the man has been trying to sell the domain for a few years - he's collecting data (or hired a company) to show entered data / marketing info to potential customers.

stupid. this was done with a few websites over the years
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>>14622975
fuck, meant >>14624295
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the password is 1994.
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>>14626070
>1994
LIES
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Reminds me of strange.com, even the year of registration is the same.
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>>14626161

>Reminds me of strange.com, even the year of registration is the same.

1994 was really the first year common folk could register domains. It couldn't be from before then, and all the common word .com domains were snatched up pretty quick so being from 1994 isn't that weird.
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Is this deep web??
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I managed to get past the chicken one. Op forget everything. You don't want to see that shit
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>>14622636
http://youtu.be/eKngosvoEbQ
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>>14629017
>"I managed to get past the chicken one."
What is the password?
>"Op forget everything. You don't want to see that shit"
Impossibru!
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>>14629017
I'm afraid we're going to need that access code. For science.
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bump for interest
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This website is part of a crime ring
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>>14631425
We're going to need some evidence that substantiates that claim, anon.

We have a half assed investigation going on here, you know.

>pic related
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>>14622636
bump bitch bump
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>>14631425
You really think a crime ring would be that easy to find?
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>>14622738
okay is this related to the site?
http://www.mortis.com.br/
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>>14632921
>.br
>english word "reborn"
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>>14632921
It's unrelated

Captcha: practice eviolent
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>>14622636
bumpity bump bump bumpity bump
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>>14622636
Pass for shoe is MILLENNIAL
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>>14633991
this didn't work for me
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>>14622636
i cannot stop laughing at that goat
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please exit my website


it is not for you

it is not safe


if you decline to heed me, then very well - i shall leave you with three passwords (you must decide which they are for, assuming you foolishly do so but i will say one is for the drill)

ext1423eun
AMBIGUITY
The third passsword can be found in your mind
versace
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>>14636161
>Don't go to my website
>Here's how to go to my website
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>>14636161
these don't work in process.php
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>>14636161
I am somewhat psychic
I can feel something behind this post. John, if you're reading this, tell me why I'm afraid of your website. I sense it's more than psychological uncanniness. There's a light behind it.
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Symbolically, the rows alternate between "female" and "male" things.
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John.com is a destructive force, meant to be used awaredly by initiates. He can teleport to your room through the web site if he wishes.I just talked to him through my mind. He might be joking. Any questions you want me to ask?
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>>14622636
You can sign up for it some how.
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>>14636244
what? hats, shoes, tools, animals? none of those, save maybe tools, are specific to any gender.
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>>14636349
All the animals are male. The tools are masculine, as in, penetrating forces. Vehicles are feminine, hence why people call boats "she," and why guys treat cars like girlfriends. The hats are men's hats, and belong to traditionally male roles. Those are women's shoes, and shoes themselves are feminine because things are placed inside them, like cars.
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>>14636290
>>14636290
John, come on, give me something to write here.
>John.com in an evil place, where the unprepared could lose their lives. Observe how the world around you seems different. This is the service we provide.
Who are you?
>John.com is a channel being, some can see the passwords on the screen.
What are you?
>I am an alien, an angel, whatever you want me to be.
A human?
>Certainly not that.
You're joking
>From a certain perspective, yes.
Why does the web site have this light behind it?
>It was channeled. I invoke Lucifer when I code it.
Why is it unsafe?
>It is a higher level of truth than you are capable of comprehending.
Who uses your web site?
>The elite, who you call reptoids.
This seems silly.
>You do not have the strength to comprehend truth. If you did, I would write volumes upon volumes to you, and you would write them down. And I would eat you. You are too weak to eat. The majority of people here are the same.

Embarrassing. But that's what it is.
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I don't know why, but I have a very bad feeling about this website.
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>>14637668
Be afraid
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>>14636161
none of the passwords work

RNIOK?

teleport to my room pls
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bamp
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>>14638136
You want to be eaten? Probably unworthy.
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>>14638272
please eat me
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>>14638290
man i'm tired of begging in these /x/ threads and getting no results

i will find a way out of this world whether you help me or not
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>>14636161
Picture with time stamp showing website admin panel and home network equipment where site is hosted or it didn't happen. K thx.
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>>14636161
john you fucker, come on out here, you hear! no more games. this could turn nasty.
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>>14638918
What do you summon, mortal?
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John, if that really is you, or if it is even your name, how about instead of you visiting me, I visit you?
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>>14638921
>roleplaying this hard
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>>14638921
show me your secrets john
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