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Hey everyone at auto-it fourms, here is a few numbered questions i would like to be answered B) I have made a very advanced auto-it bot for diablo 2 v 1.11 game and i was wondering on how people crack bots that have been passworded.

1) I want to know...if it is possible for me to make a bot working for only ONE computer so NO ONE can just copy my bot and sell it. I have looked at d2jsp bot and what they do is.....they make you input a code into a script then they make you add it to your diablo 2 folder. This code only works for one cd key. Is this possible for me to do?

2) I have seen MANY cracked versions of d2jsp in the past. I was just wondering how they crack bots like d2jsp and if it will happen to me. What is the fastest most used cracking progmram.

Thank you very much,

-Matt :o


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umm

1. You dont have to "Crack" autoit, which i dont like is that there is a decompiler that does it a as easy as 1, 2...

2. Why would you need to know a program that cracks d2jsp?


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

1. no. like lopolop sayd.

2. Sice aka Softice (9x) / NTice (NT) and OllyDebug. (but its not as easy as a big crack button B))

and if your bot is nice enough to attract attention it will be cracked eventually.

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Thanks alot guys, but i have another question, does the decompiler come with the auto-it install file or do you have to find/make one

-matt


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i kno....thats why it ISN'T as easy as 1..2...3...

I kno bruteforce works though. where do you get bruteforce?


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i kno....thats why it ISN'T as easy as 1..2...3...

I kno bruteforce works though. where do you get bruteforce?

You should look into what you're saying a little more, because AFAIK there is no actual "bruteforce." AFAIK bruteforcing is a VERB.

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You should look into what you're saying a little more, because AFAIK there is no actual "bruteforce." AFAIK bruteforcing is a VERB.

Brutus is one of the previously well known 'brute force' password attackers.

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

*took my remark back since i am not going to help you bruteforce scripts*

you can only bruteforce if they have set the "allow decomileing" flag.

( i remember the good old times when i wrote a bruteforcer in autoit to crack autoit scripts only it was too slow B) )

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you can only bruteforce if they have set the "allow decomileing" flag.

Technically I don't think this is correct. The way I understand it, when you disallow decompiling the script is just given a massively long randomly-generated password. There is nothing stopping you from brute-forcing it still.

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Technically I don't think this is correct. The way I understand it, when you disallow decompiling the script is just given a massively long randomly-generated password. There is nothing stopping you from brute-forcing it still.

That is my understanding as well.

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yah there was a decompiler someone posted on here that decompiled anything i tested with a passphrase and a checked, not decompile... still made a .au3 that i could open and everything.... ill even show you if yah wanna see just put a passworded thing on here and ill decompile it...


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yah there was a decompiler someone posted on here that decompiled anything i tested with a passphrase and a checked, not decompile... still made a .au3 that i could open and everything.... ill even show you if yah wanna see just put a passworded thing on here and ill decompile it...

What loplop says is true.

There's a AutoIt decompiler which dosen't require a password to decompile any compiled AutoIt EXE. It works even if you uncheck the allow decompile option in Aut2Exe. B)

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What loplop says is true.

There's a AutoIt decompiler which dosen't require a password to decompile any compiled AutoIt EXE. It works even if you uncheck the allow decompile option in Aut2Exe. B)

Doesnt suprise me. That is why there is a topic that has been pretty well discussed out in the Chat forum reguarding whether scripts should be tokenized.

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#15 ·  Posted (edited)

Technically I don't think this is correct. The way I understand it, when you disallow decompiling the script is just given a massively long randomly-generated password. There is nothing stopping you from brute-forcing it still.

That is my understanding as well.

JS

the random pass is so long that it doesnt fit in the input box B)

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Hey everyone at auto-it fourms, here is a few numbered questions i would like to be answered :) I have made a very advanced auto-it bot for diablo 2 v 1.11 game and i was wondering on how people crack bots that have been passworded.

1) I want to know...if it is possible for me to make a bot working for only ONE computer so NO ONE can just copy my bot and sell it. I have looked at d2jsp bot and what they do is.....they make you input a code into a script then they make you add it to your diablo 2 folder. This code only works for one cd key. Is this possible for me to do?

2) I have seen MANY cracked versions of d2jsp in the past. I was just wondering how they crack bots like d2jsp and if it will happen to me. What is the fastest most used cracking progmram.

Thank you very much,

-Matt :P

most used - bruteforcer i guess.

you could also just decompile the d2jsp.dll file.. and remove the 'validation key' part ;>

thnk


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most used - bruteforcer i guess.

you could also just decompile the d2jsp.dll file.. and remove the 'validation key' part ;>

thnk

What is this "Validation key of which you speak?"

Like i find a random dll reader, and i can just F3-Find and remove all protect for D2jsp? these people hacked diablo, do you really think they're that stupid?

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What is this "Validation key of which you speak?"

Like i find a random dll reader, and i can just F3-Find and remove all protect for D2jsp? these people hacked diablo, do you really think they're that stupid?

1: they didnt 'hack' diablo <.<

2: yes.. they are stupid.

3: m8 of me already did it (crack the validation key) @d2jsp bot.


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Why why oh why was this bumped from NOV last year?

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Why why oh why was this bumped from NOV last year?

why why oh why you bumped it again ?

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