My Old Username: ikillindreams
Okay so i was banned for a post in DayZ Hacks. It was posted so users could earn some $$$ for dayz keys. I Offered $5 for anyone that could crack a GUID That i wrote in vb.net. I Encrypted the file so the users couldn't just open it in a code viewer. This program would ping a dBox text file that would respond with its contents. Then it would take the contents and decrypt it into a GUID and it would check that against the users GUID.
There are a few words in here that don't make sense.
You have been banned for the following reason:
Posting a "crack me" that connects to Dbox to download an archive.
Date the ban will be lifted: 03-15-2013, 12:00 AM
This is not true because the GUID Program does not download anything. The following is code from my GUID Challange file
Let me pick this apart for anyone that does not know vb.net
Public Function GetPage(ByVal PageURL As String) As String
Dim S As String = ""
Dim Request As HttpWebRequest = WebRequest.Create(PageURL)
Dim Response As HttpWebResponse = Request.GetResponse()
Using Reader As StreamReader = New StreamReader(Response.GetResponseStream())
S = Reader.ReadToEnd
Catch ex As Exception
Debug.WriteLine("FAIL: " + ex.Message)
This is the name and arguments of the function
GetPage(ByVal PageURL As String)
it would be used like such
this would get the response of google
This will create a new web request at the page. in this case, google.com
This will get the response of the webpage. in this case, google.com
So this creates a StreamReader (They are used for reading streams) at it will mark the response stream as the code that needs to be read
S = Reader.ReadToEnd
Okay so the first once gets the response from google.com and converts it into readable text. The second part makes the function return the text. The code is read from the response that dbox gives the program.
No files are downloaded in the process so how is it that i got banned for it downloading files?
in case an admin would like to view my program for himself I added it to the post (No it is still encrypted. I need the decrypter that is inside it for a project)