- Feb 4, 2018
Dropping this here. Peace
It really isn't that bad, he says fuck once and shit once. Plus it actually added ephesus to what he's saying, so it works well. But they are adult words, with adult meaning and feelings.fantomas said:Nobody could deny of how it is always nice to watch your work - The only thing that keeps me from enjoying it even more is all your s**t and f**k, every two lines.
When I was watching the video I said: "Wow! He speaks normally", it even gave a plus to the video. But sunbeam would not be sunbeam without a little s**t and f**k, would not he?
One day, one day.
And I applaud his effort, it is exactly what I'm saying in my comment. I put a 9/10.TheyCallMeTim13 said:It really isn't that bad, he says fuck once and shit once.
Ubi just update the game,this thread dont exist anymore,so you can't stop checks in,in this game and no cheat table or trainer works with this game =[SunBeam said:Dropping this here. Peace
I understand,but that's sadSunBeam said::| Seriously now.. the game's got years since it last updated. Ah, that you can't find the SAME address.. that's a different thing. Doesn't mean the game updated.
I'll check what you can do with Lua; in theory, the logic would be: get a list of thread ids, get into each thread, get the rip and compare it to a hard-coded address (that should be unique to the executable you use, do note that!). In the video I am showing the thread and the function running in that thread checking the code integrity; that's what should be used as a comparison. Thread entry point. Will return with more feedback; reinstalling Unity to see if my theory works.
If you hop on Discord, you'll see what I've done Else, wait till I post the whole script (with comments).^ I did not post on CE yet - see above link - until I get/got some response from here.
I already read that one can easily access C(++) via Lua, but that solution would probably become a drag(on)... There are also some (basic) WinAPI libraries (github andwhatnot), but I do not like to go in that direction either.
Thx for taking the time looking into this, but don't go overboard...