Quick Poll

February 3rd, 2009

Hey, before I write my next post (which will be WoW related) I was wondering what topic people would be more interested in. Console hooking was brought up, as was packet-based stuff (logging packets, spoofing packets, etc). So rather than just pick blindly I was wondering, what do you want to see?

Note: Obviously not limited to the two above they were just two random examples that had been brought up.

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  1. Gahme
    February 3rd, 2009 at 22:58 | #1

    I’d say, packet spoofing/logging etc. would be an excellent topic.
    On a further note, I’d be interested in camera related stuff
    Commentator-Mode, the MindVision thing etc., but that’s just a suggestion.

  2. sku
    February 3rd, 2009 at 23:25 | #2

    Both topics are interesting, although I’d chose the packet stuff over the console right now. I’m too dumb to get a teleport-hack working, some Cypher medicine might help.

  3. Gahme
    February 3rd, 2009 at 23:27 | #3

    Just thought about it (while updating my offsets etc.):
    You could explain how a NoFallDamage works, how to gain SlowFall (which would be packets again, right? (atleast a part of it, I think) etc.
    Although there are plenty of guides out there, you could give some information about TLS, structures, classes or whatever you can think of (related to this topic -.-’)

  4. ramey
    February 4th, 2009 at 04:15 | #4

    I agree that the packet stuff is cool! But also, the console hooking would be interesting too. Or perhaps no fall damage hook.

  5. ramey
    February 4th, 2009 at 04:16 | #5

    edit: or maybe how to get lua return values using lua_dostring!

  6. jjaa
    February 4th, 2009 at 10:27 | #6

    Personally I think that you should do console commands (not only because I suggested it :P). Console commands are a great way to activate and deactivate various hacks. If the reverser doesn’t do something like console commands the reverser is the going to have to hook DirectX (To make an interface) or use hot-keys and because DirectX can be hard to understand most people end up using hot-keys, and hot-keys are very gay :D.

  7. February 4th, 2009 at 16:08 | #7

    Agreed. Hot keys suck and DirectX can be daunting at first. I thankfully had a lot of help when learning to use DX (which is something I put off for far too long).

    Once you get the basics down though it flows from there.

    So far the toss up is between console stuff and packet stuff. I’ll probably do both as time permits. Then just do other random stuff as it pops up.

    Started work on a user-mode rootkit for x86 AND x64 versions of Windows, which has been a lot of fun so far. I might post some info on that too if stuff like that interests people. (ie api hooking, hiding data, advanced dll injection, etc etc)

  8. barthen
    February 5th, 2009 at 22:08 | #8

    My 2 cents:

    - Wow memory structures and how to access them (maybe a graph showing what points to what)
    - Wow class diagram (inheritance and how to access the VMTs)
    - Methods of hijacking the wow main thread and creating remote threads from other processes
    - Facts and myths about the Warden
    - Bot writing (AI, pathfinding, …)

    Just analyze the path you followed from total “wow hacking noob” to “pro bot writer” and think what information you needed when you were a noob to help you become who you are now (supposing you were a noob, of course ;-).

    Hope it helps and gratz on your new blog

  9. Astra
    February 5th, 2009 at 23:42 | #9

    Console Commands….

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