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« Reply #80 on: December 17, 2011, 08:41:12 AM »

Well first we will actually have to be able to get that poker client to even work  banghead
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« Reply #81 on: December 24, 2011, 10:03:19 PM »

They are officially unsupported now and have instead moved to the top of the list for new rooms to be supported.

Now, if we were to receive oh, say an anonymous email, telling us where in the poker client machine code these information strings that we want are located (chat messages and stack sizes) that would really help with bot resupport.

(I sure hope someody from Bodog is reading this  Cool)
Today I was curious and did check the Bodog processes for the chat messages and couldnt found anything.
I checked the Ipokerclient process too and could found the chat message (plain text) easily (after 2 minutes)
Looks Like Bodog has encrypted the data Sad
Even if getting the exact location where the necessary data is stored, a key to decrypt the data would be mandatory required and I doubt they will give it away. Why did they do this? Sure they will make it hard as possible for 3rd party software developers to gather the necessary data. Is this the same reason why Cake2 can not be supported? I could be wrong but sooner or later all pokerrooms will update their "old clients" and we can expect this kind of future trend. I could be wrong again but I think now is the time for considering to rebuilt the Shankybot and getting all the data using OCR methods. The nowadays CPUs are so fast they could handle even multitabling. Sure it will be a lot of work (for every gametype a different tablemap......) but thinking how much time MS did throw away for Cake2 and maybe others we do not know about it.....


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« Reply #82 on: December 24, 2011, 11:23:19 PM »

No offense, but it usually takes MS 4-5 weeks of work to locate these information strings. It is not a "two minute" job. You are drawing incorrect conclusions from very limited information.
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« Reply #83 on: December 25, 2011, 01:28:56 PM »

you are right I do not know much about this. Sure finding the chattables in the pokerprocessmemory is only a small first step and It could take a long long time before a working dll is written and injected into the right place to make this information useful, but my conclusions about it will be harder and harder to gather the data like this could be real and only OCR technices would be able to do this in the future. I still hope I am wrong about this but we will see the reality soon like what will happen with the new Ipoker client?......
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