So you think that long array it's 900 bytes ? :))) It's actualy 36 bytes (288 bits) and yeah it can be found. This how it looks in memory (initialized with 1)
And this is how it looks if it's 250+ bytes
Hello, search results are listed in the search system, but when I click "Mark" or "Buy", "No ItemIndex!" I'm getting the warning.
Does anyone have an idea?
if self.selectedItemIndex == -1:
chat.AppendChat(chat.CHAT_TYPE_INFO, "No ItemIndex!")
shopVid = self.searchResultItems[self.selectedItemIndex].GetShopVid()
shopItemPos = self.searchResultItems[self.selectedItemIndex].GetShopItemPos()
Can't find the key because it is in BYTE up 250 // long fghfghfgjfgsdfsdfsdfgjhfgjhdfhdhd ? 9x100 900 BYTE -100 byte after login it is safe try to break it you will not be able to
If it wasn't safe I wouldn't post it
It will also not be delayed, ... because you have deactivated the send packet
Maybe they didn't because your server is not that popular. Your method is so fucked up and no one should use that. Yes I agree with a single byte argument for version control or smth but wtf is this ?
Do you realize your login it's going to be very slow if that packet is large ?
And who the fuck said you can't find the key if it's stored in 250 bytes ?
With this method I am always safe in packets of course everyone has their own way for security in packets I work with BYTES because hackers can not break them
With 1k player online server I was always safe no one could damage my server as long as these BYTES existed
Because you have heard various things about it you think it is not a good solution just try it and you will find that it is a correct solution
But I try to make a better security in lib
I need to deal more with lib and not with packet.h So that I do not have to constantly make new BYTE
Im sorry but... whats exactly the new version here really?
No new packing, no new encryption, hell, not even adding a placebo argument.
Since when changing variable names at the source code impacts anything when you leave the functions exactly as they are?
One can easilly identify it, it just a non-sense waste of time im my opinion.