School-Safe Puzzle Games

Whoa Kitty! Part 4


The series so far:

And the latest fourth picture can be seen here

Also- several of you have submitted several excellent suggestions for improving the site. These will be implemented over the next several weeks. Would’ve got to them sooner, but was recently hacked and it has taken a lot of time and resources to fix and recover. Thanks

Please note that: tiled elements (floor panels, shower tiles, etc..) will never be used as ‘object doubles’.

14 Comments to “Whoa Kitty! Part 4”

  1. hex | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    Bizarette18 easter egg :D
    Milk jug = Paper towel roll/dispenser
    Watch = robot arm
    pen = door handle
    Milk jug cover = string spool side
    guy’s sleeve = vacuum hose end
    guy’s shirt = towel on refrigerator handle
    brush = broom

  2. hex | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    Was the site hacked on December 3rd or 4th?

    Not that I have anything to do with it 8-) , but I recall I was posting a comment and the website became very odd with a dull green color.

    I hope my comment was not the culprit :D

    On a serious note, were the culprits looking for confidential info (identity theft or credit card fraud), or were they just script kiddies?

  3. RK | Founder | Profile

    Hey there Hex,
    Not sure if the hackers wanted to specifically mess with smartkit, or were trying to use the site to promote spam. A bunch of code was inserted so that anytime someone would encounter smartkit in the search engines, it appeared as if the site selling Viagra :!:

  4. suineg | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    very cool that I see Joe in the Whoa 4, he is one of the oldest members to the site, congrats man.

  5. suineg | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    And bizarette 18 congrats too, one of the only to figurate out the complex clock puzzle of Bilbao, nice

  6. hex | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    I just inspected this particular web page, and the bunch of code is still there! It is a hidden list with links for drug sources that search engines would probably pickup, probably to increase these sites’ visibility/ranking in the search engines.

  7. nattlebattle | Profile

    1. Watch = Hand of action figure
    2. Thermos = Roll of paper towels
    3. Broom = Brush on chair
    4. Boy’s collar = Towel on refrigerator
    5. Thermos lid = Spool of thread
    6. Pen = Cabinet handle
    7. Boy’s left sleeve = Vacuum

  8. RK | Founder | Profile

    Hex- was it the homepage? Gosh, that is not good. The new programming team we had updating the site just emailed me early this am that ‘everyone was cleaned and fixed’ :(

    Hex, if you wouldn’t mind, could you send me an email at letting me know which page?

    Thank you!

  9. hex | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    @RK, I had sent you an email and I just sent you another one with more details. Your homepage is infected.

  10. RK | Founder | Profile

    Hex-email stopped for 1.5 days due to ‘space exceeded’, but it’s working now. Could you please resend?

  11. hex | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    2 emails resent
    It seems all smart-kit webpages contain this code

  12. Bobo The Bear | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    The differences I found were:

    1) Dishtowel on refrigerator door / Shirt lapel
    2) Hose attachment below dishtowel / Undershirt sleeve
    3) Brush on back of chair / Broom bristles
    4) Door handle / Pen
    5) Paper towel dispenser / Thermos
    6) Spool / Thermos cap
    7) Wrist on robot toy / Wristwatch

    Hope all is well with the site. It’s crazy what some people will do and think they no one will notice.

  13. joe | Profile

    Hi guys.. thanks for the mention in the Whoa Kitty 4(I guess its me, although i thought there might be another user by the same name and with a capital J). I havent had time to come into the website recently I was hoping to do all the Whoa Kitty ones ..oh well, (and I even got the hobbington one wrong aswell ).
    Wish all the members a happy Christmas and New Year (Happy holidays !)
    Still love the site.

  14. RK | Founder | Profile

    It’s you joe :) you’ve been coming by for quite some time now, admirably trying your hand at all sorts of different puzzles without fear of getting them wrong.

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