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Help !!!!

Help !!!!

Help !!!!

I have multiple .asp pages that I encoded w/ <vbscript.encode>, but due to a HD crash I no longer have the original source (and it is quite large).

The question is, how can I possibly decode these pages so I can make changes to the site ! (my boss is P'Oed to say the least !)

And I know the obvious, make backups (but you never think it will happen to you)

Thank you to all that can help

RE: Help !!!!

I think there's no way to retrieve the source, since this is the quality/difference between plain text HTML and scripted page like Pearl/ColdFusion/ASP etc.

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