Scripting for profit

Discussion in 'Programming & Reversing Discussion' started by lapeiro, Feb 16, 2018.

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  1. lapeiro

    lapeiro Portugal Veteran Hacker

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    When trying to get some cash out of some MMORPG, are scripting languages like AutoIt and Sikuli (with image or pixel searching and whatnot ) are enough to be worth it? or something more complex should be made with C++/C#/Java ?
     

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  2. ezee

    ezee Unspecified Country - Europe The New Guy

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    It doesn't really matter what you use as long as it is rewarding for your clients. Have good protection on your releases and have a good usage for your product. Lots of devs who hack / bot for cash have poor business gains against other reverse engineers as well as legal issues with game publishers / devs. Keep your personal info on the down-low if you plan to make some cash on doing it. Typically a client to server license system works best for these kinds of things. You can implement that in any language if you know the concepts. If not make a unique license generator for your app and for every purchase create a new signature and modify the tool to support that signature.

    For scripting with a site that allows you to merch off scripts made just for their bots; league of bots does a good job at that and rune mate does so as well. A downside is that there are not many bot sites out there that are like that.

    Hopefully you focused less on the language and more on the output and scalability in the game's environment for your product.

    If anyone needs help. I'm always floating about.

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  3. lapeiro

    lapeiro Portugal Veteran Hacker

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    i was thinking not on selling the scripts but selling gold/accounts (on a small-medium scale, enough to be able to pay some bills) , it might be safer, i mentioned languages because im trying to learn and get back at basics for at least C language, but thanks for the insight it was really helpfull to know how to proceed from here now
     

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