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Post by red266 on Mon 26 Jan 2009, 3:16 am

Can any 1 tell me about this 1.
Found myself kicked today from wake for ignoring md5 tool queries,,,what the hell does that mean and how can i fix it ? Twisted Evil

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Re: md5

Post by X93355 on Mon 26 Jan 2009, 4:38 am

Update punkbuster.... and reboot
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Post by MOOncalF on Mon 26 Jan 2009, 8:28 am

What X said.

MD5 is what's called a Hash Function. It generates codes representing in short form the size and contents of a file.
Using made-up codes (actual codes are f'ing long), MD5 used on an .exe;
Your BF2.exe: 1a2b3c
Server's BF2.exe: 1a2b3c
Hacker's Modified BF2.exe: 3a2b1c4
Serverside these code ("Hash sum" or "Checksum") values are compared to see whether or not someone is using modified game files. Guess your PB glitched and failed to send an MD5 when asked for it.

In 2007 MD5 was discovered to be broken so other Hash Functions are taking over these days in more recent software. It's still good basic security for things that aren't terribly important. We still see hackers out there don't we? Smile
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Re: md5

Post by red266 on Tue 27 Jan 2009, 6:58 am

thanks i sort of did that and no probs since.

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Post by chUnk on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 7:59 am

ahhhh i know what is your hackin ur userconfig.con file
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