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I Was Asked For A Hack, How Could I Refuse?


Kamikaze_Badger
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A looooooooooooooooong time ago, a member here asked if I could write a hack for them.

 

 

Now, how can I refuse the poor n00bs request :D?

 

 

 

Here you go:

 

 

#include <iostream>

#include <string>

#include <stdlib.h>

 

using namespace std;

 

char[] buffer = "a";

 

int i = 0;

 

string username;

 

int main()

 

{

    cout << "Welcome to Game-Crasher. Please type in the name of the\nplayer you" \

    " want to crash: \n>";

   

    cin >> username;

   

    while(i != -1)

      {

          cout << "\nWe're sorry, but this hack does not work for gay people." \

          " Press any key to try again.\n";

         

          buffer malloc(999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999);

         

          system("pause");

         

      }

     

    return 0;

   

  }

 

  /*Disclaimer:

 

  ** This is a gag program. The coder of the program is lifted from being

  ** responsible for any physical or mental damage to either the machine

  ** or end user, in the event that the program is run.

 

  */

 

Note: I'm a member of Counter-Hack(anti-cheat site), and don't condone hacking games using other people's programs. Read the . disclaimer.

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The only acceptable blizzard hack is AllyAlert for SC. Tells you when people might BS by telling if they have you allied, and allied victoried

 

The stack hack is fun to use to mess with people on custom maps tho

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Aye, and I PM'd him the following code, and he actually believed it did a stack overflow that removed inaccuracy entries for HL :lol:.

 

#include <iostream>
#include <stdlib.h>

using namespace std;

int i = 9^999999999999;



int main()

{
   cout << "Debug: " << &i;
   cout << "\n\n";
  
   system("pause");
  
   cout << "\nWe'll overwrite that address with the aimbot.\n";
  
   system("pause");
  
   char[i][i][i] = buffer;
  
   while(i != -1) {
   cout << "D: D: D: D: D:\n" }

return 0; }

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Im the guy who made the impersinator hack, and i was the first to make the lobby hack. And the crash hack (with overflow636) + Many others that we chose not to release to the public. + the latency hack, which is still being downloaded after 2 years, its amazing blizzard never patched it. Maybe because its a feature they should have added to the game in the first place.

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