CBC Malleability
Here's what CBC mode decryption looks like (with 16bit blocks):ciphertext =  

F^{1}
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Padding
Let's consider a padding scheme where correctly padded blocks end in either
0001
0000
0010
0000
0000
0011
0000
0000
0000
0100
See if you can flip some bits in this ciphertext so that it decrypts to something with valid padding. Try it:
ciphertext =  

valid padding?  no 
F^{1}
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Look at the bits you had to flip to achieve valid padding (the red bits). What is the relationship between those bits and the bits of the original plaintext?
Attack
Now suppose the only information you can see is whether flipping certain ciphertext bits results in a plaintext with valid padding. Can you use this ability to decrypt the ciphertext? Try it!
When your guess of the plaintext is correct, it will turn green. If you need to "cheat," you can look at the entire result of decryption.
ciphertext =  

(show/hide decryption) 
F^{1}
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valid padding?  no  
your plaintext guess:  
(show/hide answer) 
Suggestions:
 Try to find a way to flip the last 4 bits that results in valid padding.
 Now you know that the (modified) plaintext must end in , so you should be able to figure out what the original plaintext was.0001
 Flip more bits to try to get the (modified) plaintext to end in .00000010
 etc etc