[Resolved] openload.co

jo2dan

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wait for it to say "click to continue" on the blue button, then click it. mentions of mouse event listenrs in page source.

or is there a way to make it so i dont have to click two times to download the file?
 
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Blaz

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Code:
openload.co#$##realdl {display:block!important;}
openload.co#$##downloadTimer {display:none!important;}
openload.co#%#AG_onLoad(function() { setTimeout(function() {$('#realdl a').attr("href","/stream/" + $("#streamurl").text());}, 300); });
 

Blaz

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Please try to clean the cache and add the same rules again, so you have two times the set. Sometimes I experience the bug in Adguard, that I must add the same rules again in order to work.
 

Blaz

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Is jQuery blocked in your browser? Last rule is adding the required text.
Try executing the following command in browser's console:
$('#realdl a').attr("href","/stream/" + $("#streamurl").text());

You also may try to increase the timeout (300 to another value) in the last rule.
 

jo2dan

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well. thats odd. i excuted that command and then i hit the download button and it worked. without changing the timeout value. so that means jquery is blocked?
 

Blaz

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Nope, it seems timeout must be set higher for your browser. If jquery would be blocked, the command wouldn't have worked.
 

jo2dan

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hmm looks like those filters work now. i don't know why they didnt before. lets add these to get rid of the countdown and popup

openload.co#%#AG_onLoad(function() { setTimeout(function() {$('#realdl a').attr("href","/stream/" + $("#streamurl").text());}, 300); });
openload.co#$##realdl {display:block!important;}
openload.co#$##downloadTimer {display:none!important;}
 

seanl

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I had some time to see how they get the link, it looks like they are storing javascript code in a image file. It looks like it is generated by http://javascript2img.com/

Note that you can get the original code from the code generated by the above tool by doing the following:
find a part
Code:
new Function(v12341234....[10]( .... ) )();
and modify the code so that you store the result inside Function(...) in a global variable. the result is the string of the code.

Something like
Code:
openload.co#%#AG_onLoad(function(){var a=document.querySelector(".download ~ .row + div > span[id]:not(#streamurl)");if(document.getElementById("streamurl")&&a){t=a.innerText;for(var a=parseInt(t.substr(0,3)),d=parseInt(t.substr(3,2)),c="",b=5;b<t.length;)c+=String.fromCharCode(parseInt(t.substr(b,3))+a-d*parseInt(t.substr(b+3,2))),b+=5;window.location.href=window.location.origin+"/stream/"+c}});
would automatically redirect you to the download page. But I can't reproduce any popups.
 
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jo2dan

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openload.co#%#AG_onLoad(function(){var a=document.querySelector(".download ~ .row + div > span[id]:not(#streamurl)");if(document.getElementById("streamurl")&&a){t=a.innerText;for(var a=parseInt(t.substr(0,3)),d=parseInt(t.substr(3,2)),c="",b=5;b<t.length;)c+=String.fromCharCode(parseInt(t.substr(b,3))+a-d*parseInt(t.substr(b+3,2))),b+=5;window.location.href=window.location.origin+"/stream/"+c}});

this works great.
 

jo2dan

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What rules? They updated their method of obtaining the real link.

openload.co#%#AG_onLoad(function() { setTimeout(function() {$('#realdl a').attr("href","/stream/" + $("#streamurl").text());}, 300); });
openload.co#$##realdl {display:block!important;}
openload.co#$##downloadTimer {display:none!important;}

these three work great.
 
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