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    Bot information poll

    This is just a question, more so a poll of what you guys typically use to feed your bots information.

    Ive been writing bots for all sorts of things for years and years, as for wow I personally stick to packet and network analysis for bot information. Though I know i could do both network and memory reading, ive been sticking to just network.

    So what does the community prefer? Memory? Packet analysis? Both?

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    Memory for sure, you'll need the memory addresses and pointers, etc. Not a whole lot of packet based bots out there due to how easy it is to detect.

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