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Smashdown Boxing Manager

Postby BLACKDEVIL » Mon Jul 13, 2009 2:43 pm

Hello, I am new on here.

I have a request Mr.Sethioz, the game is Smashdown Boxing Manager (www.smashdown.net or www.smashdown.de).

This is a online and free game, i know this site can be hacked because this site use servers, but my question is this, this game have a Flash section, this site use AJAX fro show the fights, and you need before put the offense and defense moves by turns, are 14 moves per round, so my question, is if i could know what moves my opponent choose, because qhen all the moves are choosen, are a last link " Save Fight", if have a possibility of know what moves my opponent choose before to start my fight, with that i could see what he can do and put the right moves.

I dont know very well about this think of hacking, but i think i could use a Hex Editor to see the memory of the flash section or not? or what i can do to see the moves what my opponent choose in the fight before i fight with him.

Thank you for this Mr.Sethioz.
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Re: Smashdown Boxing Manager

Postby Sethioz » Mon Jul 13, 2009 5:40 pm

you can't see such things, because it is handled by server and most likely will not be sent to other clients, however there maybe an exploit so you can see it. for example in one game it was possible to see other players IP addresses, but i highly doubt in this.

I took a quick look and it seems like there's lot of things that maybe hackable. if ill take a deeper look in it i will move this topic out of requests and update it with the hacks and/or exploits that are possible.
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Re: Smashdown Boxing Manager

Postby BLACKDEVIL » Tue Jul 14, 2009 5:36 am

Ok, Thank you Mr.Sethioz, I hope you can hack something in this site.
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Re: Smashdown Boxing Manager

Postby Sethioz » Tue Jul 14, 2009 2:26 pm

hacking the game is one thing, but hacking the site is another.
if you try to hack the flash game then it should be quite easy, take a look around what have been done already, like the flash game hacks.
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Re: Smashdown Boxing Manager

Postby BLACKDEVIL » Wed Jul 15, 2009 1:21 am

Ok, Thank you, I use in the past the Cheat Engine, I can change the values of the life of the boxer in the Flash part, but that don't work because all the fight are saved in the server, I am just looking to find the way to how i can know what moves my opponent chose previously the fight, with that i can chose my moves in the right way to win more easy the fights.

I though it could do with a some program the memory of the flash part, because with the Cheat Engine this porgram have the button " See Memory" and show the Hex Memory, so i am thinking in that memory will be are the moves.

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Re: Smashdown Boxing Manager

Postby Sethioz » Wed Jul 15, 2009 2:24 pm

as i explained, server does not send this info to you and even if it does, then memory is not the way to go (memory view exist in any memory editor and it shows the info loaded into your RAM)
only test i can think of, is either to play with your friend or make another account and play against yourself (use proxy and 2 browsers if necessary).

1. try recording your own moves and see if you can see them in the packets
- for example if your friend sits behind your pc and chooses moves, then are you able to read those moves out of packet
- if you manage to do that...

2. fight against your other account or friend, and record all the packets, then look into 'recieved' packets and see if there is same packets that you used to reconize your own moves.
-obviously your moves are outgoing packets and opponent moves are incoming packets.

i used this method to try to see opponent cards in some free poker, but couldnt find out much.
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