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how to get keys from the binary


xsonicx201888

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giving the fact that you have access to binary source you can use this:

https://github.com/martysama0134/how-to-mt2-general/tree/master/xtea-keys-generator

just open xtea_keys_generator.py and where genKey() put your your keys from static DWORD s_adwEterPackKey[] and static DWORD s_adwEterPackSecurityKey[] .

it should generate your hex in order to unpack

https://prnt.sc/11b4107

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55 minutes ago, xsonicx201888 said:

it generated hex keys .. but when search in hex not found  :(

Why would you need to find it in HEX? Excuse me but this seems like you are trying to unpack someones else client.

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2 hours ago, xsonicx201888 said:

my HDD formated , everything deleted

i download my client again and cant use it !!

do you have your source with the keys you used? if yes then you can unpack

if not search on google , few years ago there was a tool that could show you the keys of a client , i dont know if it still functional of even somewhere.

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8 hours ago, xsonicx201888 said:

my HDD formated , everything deleted

i download my client again and cant use it !!

WHY THE FUCK ARE YOU LYING!

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