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OFFLINE   Dragonji

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I've been noticing a player who uses some weird client binary. The log about him says only:

2013-03-17 01:13:38 ACM: Player <his_nickname> silEnT GUID (<full_silent_guid>) unknown client binary ()

 

As you can see, the last brackets are missing binary hash. What does it mean?



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what is his OS name when you do !finger on him?



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Maybe it is morsik with and his ET Legacy hack for the checksum.

 

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Another note, there are no known cases when this checksum would be missing without intentionally doing something to cause it.



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....so that means if its blank, someone is intentionally hiding it?  Can we assume then they are probably hacking?



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You can ask the player about his system so it can be tested. If it can't be reproduced, it would mean it is done on purpose. Though, I don't understand why someone would bother doing it.






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