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    Matt's Avatar Legendary Authenticator enabled
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    Goodbye GetALifeBot.. sad to say..

    oh well.. its been real.

    Originally Posted by admin of getalifebot.com
    But there seams that Blizzard now put in a detection when you try to inject into the Wow memory, so when you use the bot (even with the right offsets and pointers) it stops the game.

    Left to do is to write another injection part (I dont have knowledge for it) or just do a complete new bot that is controlled like the wowglider without injecting into memory. That would be just another Keypress, mousemovment pressing thing.

    If anyone, anyone at ALL wants to help with this please let me know, the other developer that help have given up on free public bot as I understand it.
    http://www.getalifebot.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=1319

    Goodbye GetALifeBot.. sad to say..
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    Awww, that sucks. Oh well, I'm a registered WoW Glider user, so it doesn't affect me personally that much, caus I've never used GALB.

    Especially sucks caus a lot of hacks need memory injection to work.

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    I'm trying to become affiliated with WoW Glider that way I can provide it to the community.. will talk more about it in the future..

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    Ooohh, OK, that would be cool.

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    Chaz to give me Glider imo.. >< Farming ftw?
    Hi-Jacked.

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    <3 my WoWGlider bot.. makes me so much moneh.

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    Ya, WoW Glider was good.
    Last edited by Cypher; 05-13-2006 at 06:15 AM.
    Hi-Jacked.

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