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2 minutes ago, baksteen said:

You can't spoof your HWID unless you format c:/.

 

 

not true, this  wont help u ;D 

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Just now, AchYlek said:

not true, this  wont help u ;D 

Well, it does indeed. Windows assigns new ID's to your hardware every time you format your computer.

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4 minutes ago, baksteen said:

Well, it does indeed. Windows assigns new ID's to your hardware every time you format your computer.

maybe, but there are few softs how make unban with 2 clicks and dont need format c:\ 

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11 hours ago, baksteen said:

Well, it does indeed. Windows assigns new ID's to your hardware every time you format your computer.

 

Please shut up, the HWID on the HDD can't change because its hard-coded on the HDD's read-only section, and by read-only I mean true read-only ROM like.

 

 

The "HWID" you are talking about is just a virtual ID given by windows after formatting a disk, that even the CMD can change, by no mean it can be called "HWID" because it has nothing to do with hardware.

 

The only real ways to spoof the real HWID of a harddisk:

-kernel level hook on GetHardDriveInfo (good luck with that)

-Swap harddisk

-Use virtual machine (VMs come with virtual/spoofed GetHardDriveInfo)

-Spoof the packet that sends HWID to the server (somehow easier than 1, but with proper encyption impossible)

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11 hours ago, AchYlek said:

maybe, but there are few softs how make unban with 2 clicks and dont need format c:\ 

 

No, as I said above you are talking about the same format ID I talked about before, anti-bots that use it are shit anyways

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14 hours ago, baksteen said:

You can't spoof your HWID unless you format c:/.

HAHAHHAHAAHAHAHHAHAAHAHAHHAHAAHAHAHHAHAAHAHAHHAHA

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4 hours ago, ImBatman said:

 

Jesus, i can't decide if you're trolling or you're being real. At least you entertained us.

Was trolling obviously, wanted to animate him to format his harddisk. Kinda the same like the much beloved ALT + F4 meme.

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12 minutes ago, ImBatman said:

 

You remind me those youtubers who claim to have supernatural ghosts in their house and when someone reveal their trick they turn it to "troll" and write stuff such as, "Obviously it was for comedy  purpose and i was just having fun!" to hide their fakeness.

 

-Captain Disillusion 2018

 

Think what you want 

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On 7/31/2018 at 8:46 AM, xxdem said:

 

Please shut up, the HWID on the HDD can't change because its hard-coded on the HDD's read-only section, and by read-only I mean true read-only ROM like.

 

 

The "HWID" you are talking about is just a virtual ID given by windows after formatting a disk, that even the CMD can change, by no mean it can be called "HWID" because it has nothing to do with hardware.

 

The only real ways to spoof the real HWID of a harddisk:

-kernel level hook on GetHardDriveInfo (good luck with that)

-Swap harddisk

-Use virtual machine (VMs come with virtual/spoofed GetHardDriveInfo)

-Spoof the packet that sends HWID to the server (somehow easier than 1, but with proper encyption impossible)

You can delete spoof the packet - all protections know this and its not possible to replace anymore :P

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