He was trolling you. That addie is 7 digits long. all addies are 8 digits long.
Originally Posted by ac1d_buRn
Windows uses flat memory. which is a 4gb range of addresses per program. Addresses are 4 bytes long which is a DWORD. A hex letter represents half a byte. (0x5eb6 a4a) so you see this is only 7 bytes. Now it could just be that he mean 0x05EB6A4A, but I find it more likely that he was just trolling you TBH. =/
EDIT: My bad. I might have over done it a bit. I mean you can send 7 digit hex numbers its no big deal. The first number is just assumed to be zero. I still think it's a troll, but if not:
It is probably a boolean value so just:
Put that in a .dll and inject it and it should work... if ur right that is.
bool* AntiKick; //declaring variable
Antikick = 0x05EB6A4A; //address of antikick
*AntiKick = 1; // 1 or 0 depends which state is for Antikick