Ping Spoofer Help! Requesting a coder/hacker for BF4
Hey guys, ive recently been wanting a ping spoofer for BF4 because first off i will admit i have shit internet and second i keep getting kicked off most servers because of the high ping... And i live in South Africa, one of the best places to live "NOT". Which means there are only like 7 servers or something stupid!? Anyways, im requesting just a ping spoofer, ive used one in "XBot" a few months ago and it worked like a dream . Im sure this might be a slightly big request for one person, but im sure just one feature isnt too big to ask for (i hope ) Credit to the person who can find or make this hack, you're a star
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Lowering your ping is "hard". Might be possible if BF4 uses "standard" ICMP echo request/response protocols since the sender's timestamp is in the original request. So you could just subtract, maybe, 150ms from all pings and as long as you aren't connecting to any sites with sub 150ms pings, that should spoof it. But like I said, don't know if BF4 uses standard protocols. If the ping packet contents are crypted, no, spoofing it won't be possible.
But yes, you can hide your pings. Just tell your router to stop passing ICMP packets through. Some servers kick for high ping but not for missing ping.