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  1. NewSprux2.0?

    Farewell A long overdue goodbye

    Nobody cares lol
  2. NewSprux2.0?

    Release NexonGameThreat (NexonGameSecurity bypass)

    But it doesn’t block background detections for GMS2 - you’re looking at heavy information sharing with nexon if you don’t block that.
  3. yo bro

    how i can get auto attack? i cant update it 

  4. NewSprux2.0?

    Question Getting mob ID

    Idk, I removed it from my github after I got an internship that disallows me to do illegal work off-site 😅
  5. NewSprux2.0?

    Question Getting mob ID

    Firefly featured mob iteration, you could just rip it from there
  6. One could wonder if the infamous Assdf is able to come up with anything that isn’t a copy-paste 😂
  7. Hint: IntersectRect
  8. They still use it
  9. NewSprux2.0?

    Question Need some help with locating KMS MSCRC

    There’s anti-breakpoint routines too. Iirc, KMS, they even reset the flags upon detection.
  10. NewSprux2.0?

    Question Need some help with locating KMS MSCRC

    It looks like any average crc32 algo, idk why you think otherwise. the CRCs doesn’t always access memory, some or them might just access eachother. Also, most CRCs are put in specific memory positions making them trigger on special events.
  11. NewSprux2.0?

    Question Need some help with locating KMS MSCRC

    Last I checked, there was like 50-ish 😂
  12. NewSprux2.0?

    Question Need some help with locating KMS MSCRC

    KMS has an entire web of dynamically allocated interconnected CRCs checking eachother across the net, making it very hard to bypass
  13. NewSprux2.0?

    Question Need some help with locating KMS MSCRC

    The current GMS method you explained is based on the fact that the function that executes the mscrc in GMS isn’t vital, so people just return it and skip the entire mscrc scheme at the cost of having minor memory leaks (they return a cleanup function for maps iirc) The MSEA version is the one you should focus on. However, KMS has polymorphic mscrc routines, so you cannot make static hooks - you have to be smart
  14. Good to see you’re still trying to replicate anything I dish out, aasdf ;))
  15. No guide can actually teach you. You just have to learn it on your own.
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