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Old 06-17-2010, 04:14 PM   #1
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Plz everyone knows about hex to char value convertion

hi can someone help me about this one i would highly appreciate it.i recently crack an asus wireless router and have a hex value of a wep code .My problem is i have a 5 value of hex code which is --:--:90:12:34 i got the value of three but my problem in the two values it seems i don't get the decimal or character value of 90:12 for the sample hex to char is 34 which is 4 right.My research for the 12 is DC2 which is device control 2 which is i dont know what the keyboard character value is.
Here's my research result
Hex 90 octal 220 bin 10010000 Dec 144
hex 12 octal 022 bin 00010010 Dec 18

Hope somone can help.
Old 06-17-2010, 04:18 PM   #2
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I was wondering about that.
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Sorry My intention is not to violate any rules or terms of just puzzled/curios about the two values which is have no bad intention of using this one or why i come up with this one i just want to enlight me about this one or need some help cause i guess im reach my limits about this problem and hope someone can help in a manner of sharing knowledge and know how.Im just hoping someone can help.
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jao_madn, it's unfair to expect LQ members to help you with this sort of issue, as they could easily find themselves in violation of the LQ Rules if they did (and would have to deal with the consequences). Please take a moment to re-read said rules, as they make it quite clear that LQ is simply not the place to get this kind of help. Thread closed.

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