Re: Antihack client released
« Reply #42 on: June 19, 2015, 03:05:59 AM »
Stop spewing ideas for others to use to circumvent it. Just rest assured that iL has had many ideas and proven methods on this exact issue. Everything you have mentioned here has been thought about and accounted for, but for the sake of integrity, just stop spewing out guesses at this or that. Let people attempt to think of these ideas and fail at them on their own. Maybe they will give up trying all the methods that obviously wouldnt work before they find one that has the possibility to circumvent it.
Agree in general. I edited my previous explanation about how it works (had been too many details). I hope i don't discover anything important now.
How is the encryption the weakest point?
Also to everyone: fostering discussion about the antihack is good because not every antihack is perfect so there's always room for improvement.
Each transmitting data should be encrypted. Also each encrypted data could be unencrypted in theory. So i have to care about making that process difficult and dangerous for hackers.
I think some common principals could be published to let people know that it's quite safe. And to discourage some possible hackers.
I'll try to think carefully what to publish and what to keep secret.
I got the update but I didn't see anything telling me who has anti hack loaded. Will try again tmr I looked at it for like 5 minutes.
There's nothing telling yet. Server side is not ready. I hope to release it in a few days according with data collected from several updated clients.