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I really need some help from someone who knows Javascript and AutoIt.

I need to convert one simple function from Javascript to AutoIt.

Javascript

function decrypt(str, key1, key2) {
    var loc1 = [];
    for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < str.length; ++loc3) {
        loc1.push(("000" + parseInt(str.charAt(loc3), 16).toString(2)).slice(-4));
    }
    loc1 = loc1.join("").split("");
    var loc6 = [];
    for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < 384; ++loc3) {
        key1 = (key1 * 11 + 77213) % 81371;
        key2 = (key2 * 17 + 92717) % 192811;
        loc6[loc3] = (key1 + key2) % 128;
    }
    for (var loc3 = 256; loc3 >= 0; --loc3) {
        var loc5 = loc6[loc3];
        var loc4 = loc3 % 128;
        var loc8 = loc1[loc5];
        loc1[loc5] = loc1[loc4];
        loc1[loc4] = loc8;
    }
    for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < 128; ++loc3) {
        loc1[loc3] = loc1[loc3] ^ loc6[loc3 + 256] & 1;
    }
    var loc12 = loc1.join("");
    var loc7 = [];
    for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < loc12.length; loc3 = loc3 + 4) {
        var loc9 = loc12.substr(loc3, 4);
        loc7.push(loc9);
    }
    var loc2 = [];
    for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < loc7.length; ++loc3) {
        loc2.push(parseInt(loc7[loc3], 2).toString(16));
    }
    return loc2.join("");
}

Test values:

str = ad19c236bb89c8f39107af618e576fe8

key1 = 1745

key2 = 7617

result = b8a984a0ea5efdf6fd9f15f0f00411ad

Thanks.

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So far, I managed to convert just the first 6 lines (sloppy code, messy array indexes and deletes):

Func decrypt($str, $key1, $key2)
Local $loc1[1]

for $loc3 = 0 to StringLen($str)
    _ArrayAdd($loc1, StringRight(_Bin(Dec(StringMid($str, $loc3, 1))), 4))
Next

_ArrayDelete($loc1, 0)
_ArrayDelete($loc1, 0)

$t = ""
for $i=0 to UBound($loc1)-1
    $t = $t & $loc1[$i]
Next

Local $loc2[StringLen($t)]
for $i=0 to StringLen($t)-1
    $loc2[$i] = StringMid($t, $i, 1)
Next

    ConsoleWrite('@@ Debug(' & @ScriptLineNumber & ') : $t = ' & $t & @crlf & '>Error code: ' & @error & @crlf) ;### Debug Console

_ArrayDelete($loc2, 0)
_ArrayDisplay($loc2)

EndFunc

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

First, it is not working according to the result from post#1 (result = b8a984a0ea5efdf6fd9f15f0f00411ad)

#include <Array.au3>
#include <String.au3>

MsgBox(0, "Test", decrypt("ad19c236bb89c8f39107af618e576fe8", 1745, 7617))

Func decrypt($str, $key1, $key2)
    Local $tString, $loc3, $loc4, $loc5, $loc8, $loc12
    Dim $loc1[1], $loc2[1], $loc6[384], $loc7[1]
    For $loc3 = 1 To StringLen($str)
        _ArrayAdd($loc1,  StringRight("000" & Integer2Binary(Dec(StringMid($str, $loc3, 1))), 4))
    Next
    $loc1 = StringSplit(_ArrayToString($loc1, ""), "", 2)
    For $loc3 = 0 To 383
        $key1 = Mod(($key1 * 11 + 77213), 81371)
        $key2 = Mod(($key2 * 17 + 92717), 192811)
        $loc6[$loc3] = Mod(($key1 + $key2), 128)
    Next
    For $loc3 = 256 To 0 Step - 1
        $loc5 = $loc6[$loc3]
        $loc4 = Mod($loc3, 128)
        $loc8 = $loc1[$loc5]
        $loc1[$loc5] = $loc1[$loc4]
        $loc1[$loc4] = $loc8
    Next
    For $loc3 = 0 To 127
        $loc1[$loc3] = BitXOR($loc1[$loc3], BitAND($loc6[$loc3 + 256], 1))
    Next

    $loc12 = _ArrayToString($loc1, "")
    $loc7 = StringRegExp($loc12, ".{4}", 3)
    For $loc3 = 0 To UBound($loc7) - 1
        _ArrayAdd($loc2, Hex(Binary2Integer($loc7[$loc3]), 1));
    Next
    _ArrayDelete($loc2, 0)
    Return _ArrayToString($loc2, "")
EndFunc

Func Integer2Binary($in)
    If $in = 0 Then Return 0
    Local $bin
    While $in > 0
        $bin &= Mod($in, 2)
        $in = Floor($in / 2)
    WEnd
    Return(_StringReverse($bin))
EndFunc

Func Binary2Integer($in)
    If $in = "" Then SetError(1, 0, "")
    Local $i, $aIn, $int, $b
    $aIn = StringSplit($in, "")
    For $i = $aIn[0]  To 1 Step - 1
        $int += $aIn[$i] * 2 ^ $b
        $b += 1
    Next
    Return SetError(0, 0, $int)
EndFunc

I've only a little knowledge with JS and do not know how to debug properly JS.

But you can use it as a start.

Br,

UEZ

Edited by UEZ

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I did it in a slightly different way than UEZ, but I still came up with the exact same incorrect result that he did.

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Au3Check_Parameters=-q -d -w 1 -w 2 -w 3 -w 4 -w 5 -w 6
#include <Array.au3>
#NoTrayIcon

Global $sResult = _Decrypt("ad19c236bb89c8f39107af618e576fe8", 1745, 7617)
ConsoleWrite("!" & $sResult & @CRLF)
; result = b8a984a0ea5efdf6fd9f15f0f00411ad

Func _Decrypt($s_Str, $s_Key1, $s_Key2)
    Local $aLoc1[StringLen($s_Str)] = [StringLen($s_Str)]

    For $i = 1 To StringLen($s_Str)
        $aLoc1[$i - 1] = StringRight(_DecToBinary("000" & Dec(StringMid($s_Str, $i, 1))), 4)
    Next
    $aLoc1 = StringSplit(_ArrayToString($aLoc1, ""), "", 2)
    ;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc1)

    Local $aLoc6[384]
    For $i = 0 To 383
        $s_Key1 = Mod(($s_Key1 * 11 + 77213), 81371)
        $s_Key2 = Mod(($s_Key2 * 17 + 92717), 192811)
        $aLoc6[$i] = Mod(($s_Key1 + $s_Key2), 128)
    Next
    ;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc6)

    Local $iLoc4, $iLoc5, $iLoc8
    For $i = 256 To 0 Step -1
        $iLoc5 = $aLoc6[$i]
        $iLoc4 = Mod($i, 128)
        $iLoc8 = $aLoc1[$iLoc5]
        $aLoc1[$iLoc5] = $aLoc1[$iLoc4]
        $aLoc1[$iLoc4] = $iLoc8
    Next
    ;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc1)

    For $i = 0 To 127
        $aLoc1[$i] = BitAND($aLoc1[$i] ^ $aLoc6[$i + 256], 1)
    Next

    Local $sLoc12 = _ArrayToString($aLoc1, ""), $aLoc7[StringLen($sLoc12) / 4], $sLoc9, $x = 1
    For $i = 0 To UBound($aLoc7) - 1
        $sLoc9 = StringMid($sLoc12, $x, 4)
        $aLoc7[$i] = $sLoc9
        $x += 4
    Next
    ;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc7)

    Local $aLoc2[UBound($aLoc7)]
    For $i = 0 To UBound($aLoc7) - 1
        $aLoc2[$i] = Hex($aLoc7[$i], 1)
    Next
    ;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc2)

    Return _ArrayToString($aLoc2, "")
EndFunc   ;==>_Decrypt

Func _DecToBinary($i_Dec)
    Local $i = 1, $x, $s_BinChar = ""
    Do
        $x = 16 ^ $i
        $i += 1
    Until $i_Dec < $x
    For $n = 4 * ($i - 1) To 1 Step -1
        If BitAND(2 ^ ($n - 1), $i_Dec) Then
            $s_BinChar &= "1"
        Else
            $s_BinChar &= "0"
        EndIf
    Next
    Return $s_BinChar
EndFunc   ;==>_DecToBinary

I assume the function comes from this script, so I'll try using it to see what we're doing wrong.

http://userscripts.org/scripts/review/42944

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Okay, I found the problem, but I have no idea why it's happening. Test 4 is the one that is failing so there has to be something wrong with this loop.

;for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < 128; ++loc3) {
For $i = 0 To 127
    ; loc1[loc3] = loc1[loc3] ^ loc6[loc3 + 256] & 1
    $aLoc1[$i] = BitAND($aLoc1[$i] ^ $aLoc6[$i + 256], 1)
Next

Here's my full current code.

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Au3Check_Parameters=-q -d -w 1 -w 2 -w 3 -w 4 -w 5 -w 6
#include <Array.au3>
#NoTrayIcon

Global $string = "c98a452aea51564bc7312ab466f909b9"
Global $key_1 = 27525
Global $key_2 = 24350
Global $test_1 = "11001001100010100100010100101010111010100101000101010110010010111100011100110001001010101011010001100110111110010000100110111001"
Global $test_2 = "615457796668559291175199472205518317755103104971141026611373126412012387735661122253782119116125492359848373116106781141087963116810894657271149985111414650615780276323532922810511044987411011518124628910811143851877827116836892227723219722711910620858921181031241133212287981094079666873821836490123816870103985649115401101191156811811557056154375581107299413748313574532127266128111731566794124614411665942310679253106100215129103231215347556781112338179100240108146211120319699102993115722811257998286815112637771001148911590631684491237110210880601261135897465063355106396811461043241131092857016107681108787695654841165684784186287681424582891026964713118807012111428122821161077110860076651251218709119751242878410401510923921222657228329505119550691022711887357425711612551709264120388084101639513281122710255385117897567951116"
Global $test_3 = "00101011111001000110011001011110000011010101001110010000010001011101010110010011100010111010011001101001000001101011110100001110"
Global $test_4 = "10010001101011110010111110011110010010000001010110110000100001101100100110011101101001100111001111011111000001010111011111011000"
Global $test_5 = "10010001101011110010111110011110010010000001010110110000100001101100100110011101101001100111001111011111000001010111011111011000"
Global $test_6 = "91af2f9e4815b086c99da673df0577d8"

Global $sResult = _Decrypt($string, $key_1, $key_2)
ConsoleWrite("!" & $sResult & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite("!Test 6 = " & ($sResult=$test_6) & @CRLF)

Func _Decrypt($s_Str, $s_Key1, $s_Key2)
    Local $aLoc1[StringLen($s_Str)] = [StringLen($s_Str)]

    For $i = 1 To StringLen($s_Str)
        $aLoc1[$i - 1] = StringRight(_DecToBinary("000" & Dec(StringMid($s_Str, $i, 1))), 4)
    Next
    $aLoc1 = StringSplit(_ArrayToString($aLoc1, ""), "", 2)

;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc1)
ConsoleWrite("!Test 1 = " & (_ArrayToString($aLoc1, "")=$test_1) & @CRLF)

    Local $aLoc6[384]
    For $i = 0 To 383
        $s_Key1 = Mod(($s_Key1 * 11 + 77213), 81371)
        $s_Key2 = Mod(($s_Key2 * 17 + 92717), 192811)
        $aLoc6[$i] = Mod(($s_Key1 + $s_Key2), 128)
    Next

;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc6)
ConsoleWrite("!Test 2 = " & (_ArrayToString($aLoc6, "")=$test_2) & @CRLF)

    Local $iLoc4, $iLoc5, $iLoc8
    For $i = 256 To 0 Step -1
        $iLoc5 = $aLoc6[$i]
        $iLoc4 = Mod($i, 128)
        $iLoc8 = $aLoc1[$iLoc5]
        $aLoc1[$iLoc5] = $aLoc1[$iLoc4]
        $aLoc1[$iLoc4] = $iLoc8
    Next

;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc1)
ConsoleWrite("!Test 3 = " & (_ArrayToString($aLoc1, "")=$test_3) & @CRLF)

    ;for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < 128; ++loc3) {
    For $i = 0 To 127
        ; loc1[loc3] = loc1[loc3] ^ loc6[loc3 + 256] & 1
        $aLoc1[$i] = BitAND($aLoc1[$i] ^ $aLoc6[$i + 256], 1)
    Next

;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc1)
ConsoleWrite("!Test 4 = " & (_ArrayToString($aLoc1, "")=$test_4) & @CRLF)

    Local $sLoc12 = _ArrayToString($aLoc1, ""), $aLoc7[StringLen($sLoc12) / 4], $sLoc9, $x = 1
    For $i = 0 To UBound($aLoc7) - 1
        $sLoc9 = StringMid($sLoc12, $x, 4)
        $aLoc7[$i] = $sLoc9
        $x += 4
    Next

;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc7)
ConsoleWrite("!Test 5 = " & (_ArrayToString($aLoc7, "")=$test_5) & @CRLF)

    Local $aLoc2[UBound($aLoc7)]
    For $i = 0 To UBound($aLoc7) - 1
        $aLoc2[$i] = Hex($aLoc7[$i], 1)
    Next

;_ArrayDisplay($aLoc2)

    Return _ArrayToString($aLoc2, "")
EndFunc

Func _DecToBinary($i_Dec)
    Local $i = 1, $x, $s_BinChar = ""
    Do
        $x = 16 ^ $i
        $i += 1
    Until $i_Dec < $x
    For $n = 4 * ($i - 1) To 1 Step -1
        If BitAND(2 ^ ($n - 1), $i_Dec) Then
            $s_BinChar &= "1"
        Else
            $s_BinChar &= "0"
        EndIf
    Next
    Return $s_BinChar
EndFunc

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

When I run the original javascript in IE the result that I get back is e08e5e85b27927d3e299b23711757ac9.

Is the '^' bitwise XOR?

Edited by jaberwocky6669

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

When I run the original javascript in IE the result that I get back is e08e5e85b27927d3e299b23711757ac9.

I get the same result with this HTML code.

<html><body><script type="text/javascript">

function decrypt(str, key1, key2) {
    var loc1 = [];
    for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < str.length; ++loc3) {
        loc1.push(("000" + parseInt(str.charAt(loc3), 16).toString(2)).slice(-4));
    }
    loc1 = loc1.join("").split("");
    var loc6 = [];
    for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < 384; ++loc3) {
        key1 = (key1 * 11 + 77213) % 81371;
        key2 = (key2 * 17 + 92717) % 192811;
        loc6[loc3] = (key1 + key2) % 128;
    }
    for (var loc3 = 256; loc3 >= 0; --loc3) {
        var loc5 = loc6[loc3];
        var loc4 = loc3 % 128;
        var loc8 = loc1[loc5];
        loc1[loc5] = loc1[loc4];
        loc1[loc4] = loc8;
    }
    for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < 128; ++loc3) {
        loc1[loc3] = loc1[loc3] ^ loc6[loc3 + 256] & 1;
    }
    var loc12 = loc1.join("");
    var loc7 = [];
    for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < loc12.length; loc3 = loc3 + 4) {
        var loc9 = loc12.substr(loc3, 4);
        loc7.push(loc9);
    }
    var loc2 = [];
    for (var loc3 = 0; loc3 < loc7.length; ++loc3) {
        loc2.push(parseInt(loc7[loc3], 2).toString(16));
    }
    return loc2.join("");
}

var x = decrypt('ad19c236bb89c8f39107af618e576fe8', 1745, 7617)
document.write(x);

</script></body></html>

http://www.w3schools.com/js/tryit.asp?filename=tryjs_intro

EDIT: Using the string and keys from my last post gives a result matching what I have in the code ($test_6).

Is the '^' bitwise XOR?

Yes, it is. Nice catch. Edited by Daddy

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks guys for all your help !!

I also managed to finish a working script, late last night.

It's basically same as your, but more sloppy.

I never knew about _ArrayToString and StringSlip using "" as delimiter.

Anyway, I get the same results as you, different from test one.

And yes, the function is from Direct Megavideo FLV link script.

But, one good think: even this different result works !!! I can download the video just fine !!

And one more discovery: there are different versions of same video. Now I have to figure out how the get the HD direct link !!!

There's also a greasemoney script, but no source code for this one: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/748

Later edit: got it !!!!

HD parameters are inside XML file, just like regular ones !!

I'm using the exact same function, different paraemtes, I'm able to get the HD link ! Great !

Edited by queensoft

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Yes, indeed the ^ is the xor operator!

To complete also my code I update it on my 1st post.

Br,

UEZ


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