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    Requesting Black Prophecy data files help

    Hi I hope this is the right place to do this but I'm asking for help in pulling apart the data files for Black Prophecy. I've tried to do it myself but they use password protected zip files basically.

    I really only know two things about how the data files work, though they might be pretty obvious:
    • I can open the .pkg files with any compression program (ie 7-zip, win-rar, and winzip)
    • The patch files are compressed with something that can't be easily opened and are a different format: .rtp


    I'm mainly trying to get some more information out of the patches and for future patch information as well. Ideally I want to be able to dig through the data files and data mine like WoW.

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

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    I started playing with the US closed beta (BP_1.0.0_9a).
    The zip password is 16 bytes : "0xB7;0x27;0x4A;0x3B;0xCB;0xDD;0x4B;0xD8;0xB4;0xCD;0x8D;0xD8;0x2D;0x8F;0x00;0xDB "
    It seems that all pkg files use the same password.

    P.S. You won`t be able use that password with a popular zip extractor that use input box to input it.

    Regards,
    Baran

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    Thanks very much for your help! How did you find that, if you don't mind me asking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quadrill View Post
    Thanks very much for your help! How did you find that, if you don't mind me asking?
    It was hardcoded in the ".exe" at :
    Code:
    CPU Dump
    Address   Hex dump
    0200B0BC  B7 27 4A 3B|CB DD 4B D8|B4 CD 8D D8|2D 8F 00 DB

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    hey guys, cool stuff!
    was trying to find out the PW for years :P

    but what programm i should use for unzipping?

    edit: tryed several, also command line unzipper, but all didnt work
    Last edited by periander; 05-15-2011 at 08:57 AM.

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    Bumping this in hopes that someone can help out a little more. That password doesn't seem to want to work and I'm really at a loss. Seeking someone to help me get in these files a little more hands on. D:

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaranPulse View Post
    It was hardcoded in the ".exe" at :
    Code:
    CPU Dump
    Address   Hex dump
    0200B0BC  B7 27 4A 3B|CB DD 4B D8|B4 CD 8D D8|2D 8F 00 DB


    Any updates on this?

 

 

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