So, ya'll know that Black Ops II came out today.
I was about to change my yawspeed, so I was able to trickshot.. And I saw all these weird code's and chineese letters? Yeah, thats right... Its decrypted. This means that I or we can't chagne anything in the config, and unforunately there's no console ingame so we can't change anything. This is a big issue for us trickshotters. Because now we can't trickshot anymore.
My question to you is; is there anyway to decrypt the config? A program, a website... Anything?
Thought I'd drop a line and say PixelCryptor went open source and is located on github at https://github.com/Zyphrax/pixelcryptor for anyone wanting to dive further. I'd assume it's possible to track down where this is being used in conjunction with BO2 as a library or what not then determine which image is being sourced for encryption.
Then it should just be a matter of using PixelCryptor to encrypt/decrypt using that image.
Don't trickshot and ruin a perfectly good game with your bullshit, asking people to stand still for you because you can't hit a moving target, let alone a target standing still.
As for the Encrypted CFG files, look in the privacy statements of the game, you might find the names of programs that were used, and also, if you are using pixelcryptor, wait until someone manages to extract the loadup images from the game, then those might be the pictures used to encrypt.
Another thing, the cfg files are re-crypted every time you start/exit the game, so good luck trying to find the right picture.
I'm a competitive gamer, but i love to chill out sometimes and hack my way to glory in public lobbies/servers xD