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I was just wondering if AutoIt is capable of sending packets? And if so, could someone post an example of one.

Thanks in advance,

Crome

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LxP

The beta version of AutoIt can send TCP and UDP packets and there are examples in the help file. Are those the type of packets you're talking about?

Edit: You should probably ignore what I just said. They don't help you with raw packets.

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Crome_BAD

Thanks for th reply...but ya, it would have to be raw packets. Im intending to build a server for a game. And well, i have Ethereal and im scanning the packets...but i need to be able to send packets back.

I hope this descibes alittle more of what i wish to do.

Crome

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/dev/null

I was just wondering if AutoIt is capable of sending packets? And if so, could someone post an example of one.

hm... as far as I know, there is no interface to snail mail and/or UPS right now, so sending packets with AutoIT does not work :whistle:

However, you COULD send some TCP/IP packets by opening a TCP or UDP connection. See help file samples for UDPSend() and TCPSend().

Cheers

Kurt


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/dev/null

Thanks for th reply...but ya, it would have to be raw packets. Im intending to build a server for a game. And well, i have Ethereal and im scanning the packets...but i need to be able to send packets back.

I hope this descibes alittle more of what i wish to do.

Raw packets: NO.

However, you could use the newly announced plugin interface of AutoIT. Put your raw packet sending code into a DLL and call it from AutoIT. In the DLL you can do whatever you want.

Cheers

Kurt


__________________________________________________________(l)user: Hey admin slave, how can I recover my deleted files?admin: No problem, there is a nice tool. It's called rm, like recovery method. Make sure to call it with the "recover fast" option like this: rm -rf *

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Crome_BAD

Where might i find information about this?

Always updating :whistle:

Crome

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CodeMaster Rapture

Here's a little food for thought,

I designed a DLL in C++ that handled all my TCP/IP stuff (packets, ports, etc) and used DLL functions in AutoIt to do them as I please. I saved me a few thousand lines of GUI code in C++.

I used it to sniff packets from a game, remove the encryption and then display it on the GUI. Kinda like an out-of-game chat system. Was quite popular until the devs of the game figured out how I did it and changed the encryption method on me, lol.

-CMR

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Crome_BAD

Hmmm interesting. Now you used a regular C++ editor (Dev C++, etc) to compile the dll's? Or is AU3 capable?

That is very interesting.

Crome

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CodeMaster Rapture

Any C++ compiler will do. I did mine via VC++ for a few graphical reasons. I don't know how much C++ you know, but there are plenty of tutorials on the net about it. The first time I wrote it was in ANSI C, I shoulda stuck with that in the long run, lol.

-CMR

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Crome_BAD

Lol ok. Im familiar with Dev C++ (mainly because its free...) but i will give it a shot.

Thanks Guys,

Crome

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