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I'm not sure which board this belongs in, but I guess it's pretty /cyb/ so this one is as good as any

I came across this website, skullcode.com, I'm sure some of you lains already know it.

Did you guys ever figure out it's mysteries? The skull is thinking to itself "00005fe4" and I don't know what it means. I feel like there is some sort of code I must enter but I can't figure out what it would be.


One guy here managed to make progress on it already.

You just need to figure out the opcodes and how the assembly language works and then move on reverse engineering the program.

It's a legit puzzle tho


Hey I remember this, though I didn't make much progress .. Anyone know about other puzzles like this?


I remember poking at this and deciding it's not worth the effort of breaking. Seems like it would be really fun if you're into that sort of thing.

If you want to build skills reverse-engineering, this is the way to do it.


It's just an editor editing its own code.


That 0x5fe4 is a memory address for the start of a function. The next "step" requires you to execute at that offset. Look around 0x6666 if you don't know how to execute things at specific offsets.


Its creator posted here multiple times bragging how hardcore he is, I wouldn't be surprised if OP was him.


a friend of mine wrote an assembler, a dissasembler and something to inject the compiled binaries for skullcode.
I don't know whether I'm allowed to post his stuff here tho, so I'm gonna ask him


it's an emulator for non-existant hardware, written in and running on javascript, that runs an os with a hex editor editing the ram of the os in real time


Moved to >>>/sec/100.