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  • Publisher: BoomCo LLC
  • Genre: Strategy
  • Device: iPhone
  • Size: 0.2 MB
  • Version: 1.0
  • Price: $0.99
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App description: iHack Application Version 1.0
August 2009

Description:

Have you ever had the urge to hack into a computer system? If so, iHack is for you! iHack will push your hacking abilities to the limit with over 10 exciting, unique, and challenging levels. iHack is a fun interactive game that simulates hacking. iHack requires knowledge ranging from SQL to binary and hexadecimal conversion.

Features:
10 challenging fun levels.
Password cracker/terminal.
Temporary folder that holds cookies and images.
View the source code of every level.
ASCII Chart.
Binary Conversion.
Hexadecimal Conversion.

More features and updates coming soon!

Terms and Conditions of Use:

The iHack application may only be used by genuine iPhone and iPod Touch users. The iHack application is no way meant to promote or condo hacking in any way, shape, or form.

Support and Feedback:

Please visit us at boomcollc.com! Thank you.

Copyright 2009. BoomCo LLC.

pjw1187's comments:
Hey everyone, I just found a cool game called iHack. I'm a developer and had some fun with it, so I thought I would share it on here.
Here is the description.

Description:

Have you ever had the urge to hack into a computer system? If so, iHack is for you! iHack will push your hacking abilities to the limit with over 10 exciting, unique, and challenging levels. iHack is a fun interactive game that simulates hacking. iHack requires knowledge ranging from SQL to binary and hexadecimal conversion.

Features:
10 challenging fun levels.
Password cracker/terminal.
Temporary folder that holds cookies and images.
View the source code of every level.
ASCII Chart.
Binary Conversion.
Hexadecimal Conversion.

And here is a link to it.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ihack/id327130017?mt=8&uo=6


Also, I'm stuck on level 7 if anyone can beat it
12-31-2009, 08:26 PM
#2
This is a really fun little game so far. It reminds me of the Enter the Matrix hacking mode, except a bit more authentic

I'm stuck on Level 3, though. I've been doing the math for the answer, but the answer I've come up with every time isn't right apparently. Any help would be appreciated on this

12-31-2009, 08:27 PM
#3
Quote:
Originally Posted by MasterChief3624 View Post
This is a really fun little game so far. It reminds me of the Enter the Matrix hacking mode, except a bit more authentic

I'm stuck on Level 3, though. I've been doing the math for the answer, but the answer I've come up with every time isn't right apparently. Any help would be appreciated on this
What's the question. I is good at math dawg
12-31-2009, 08:33 PM
#4
Quote:
Originally Posted by da shiz wiz 19 View Post
What's the question. I is good at math dawg
Lol. All right. Good luck here:

'From the Source Code:

[...]int x=25;
int i = 105;
int mod = i%x
mod = mod * 2;
mod = mod -7;
mod = mod + 0.314;
return mod;[...]'

The hint says that % = remainder in Programming language.

I keep getting 153.314. But that's not right apparently, because it doesn't accept it.
12-31-2009, 08:38 PM
#5
wtf is it even asking for? the value of mod?
12-31-2009, 08:42 PM
#6
Quote:
Originally Posted by da shiz wiz 19 View Post
wtf is it even asking for? the value of mod?
Yesir.

It's hard to explain.
12-31-2009, 08:43 PM
#7
Joined: Dec 2009
Posts: 6
Quote:
Originally Posted by MasterChief3624 View Post
Lol. All right. Good luck here:

'From the Source Code:

[...]int x=25;
int i = 105;
int mod = i%x
mod = mod * 2;
mod = mod -7;
mod = mod + 0.314;
return mod;[...]'

The hint says that % = remainder in Programming language.

I keep getting 153.314. But that's not right apparently, because it doesn't accept it.
It should be 3.314 I believe.

My reasoning:

The remainder of 105%25 = 5.
5*2 = 10
10-7 = 3
3+0.314 = 3.314
Returning that value = 3.314

Only thing that seems weird is that mod is being declared an integer, which 3.314 is not.

Last edited by TheSickboy; 12-31-2009 at 08:46 PM.
12-31-2009, 08:44 PM
#8
1.714?
12-31-2009, 08:47 PM
#9
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheSickboy View Post
It should be 3.314 I believe.

My reasoning:

The remainder of 105%25 = 5.
5*2 = 10
10-7 = 3
3+0.314 = 3.314
Returning that value = 3.314
How does the remainder of 105%25 = 5?

I thought it equaled 80?

P.S. You're definitely right, though. That answer was it. Thank you
12-31-2009, 08:50 PM
#10
Joined: Dec 2009
Posts: 6
Quote:
Originally Posted by MasterChief3624 View Post
How does the remainder of 105%25 = 5?

I thought it equaled 80?

P.S. You're definitely right, though. That answer was it. Thank you
Using % only returns the remainder. So if you're going to divide 105 by 25, you can only multiply 25 4 times before you have to go into decimals (thereby getting your remainder). 25*4 = 100, 105-100 = 5. 5 = your remainder

The whole thing seems a bit flawed to me though since if the value is INT type you'd expect the outcome to be INT as well (and may either error out or truncate the decimals depending on the programming language)... but then again I could be way off with that assumption since I don't typically program in languages requiring you to declare your variables' datatypes. My usage of datatypes is purely in storing the data in SQL databases.

Last edited by TheSickboy; 12-31-2009 at 08:54 PM.