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OKC Bot...

Discussion in 'C, C++, C#' started by Twizzler, Nov 20, 2010.

  1. Twizzler

    Twizzler Newbie

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    Hello all, I was wondering if the more experienced coders can give me some help.
    I am building an OKC Bot, it uses HttpWebRequests and HttpWebResponse to communicate and not a Webbrowser control. I am having troubles beating their antibot ware. I did reverse engineer some of the antibot ware but I am having troubles with other items.

    If you have knowledge and would like to share I would greatly appreciate it via a PM

    Thanks!
     
  2. givemelove

    givemelove Junior Member

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    what is OKC ?
     
  3. The Captain

    The Captain Regular Member

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    ok cupid, I would guess
     
  4. catchers

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    What are you having trouble with? Are you using a packet sniffer like httpfox in firefox (it shows unencrypted ssl)? Try using that combination and emulate the responses.
     
  5. Twizzler

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    yup ok cupid
    I am using a packet sniffer, I can get signed in goto messages... read a msg and send a msg... then goto messages but as soon as I try to view a message I get disconnected...
     
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    Sounds like a cookie problem. Have you checked if you send all the cookies. Sometimes there is a problem with the cookie.Domain
    Check it with a packet sniffer.
     
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  7. smack

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    agreed. httpwebrequest can be funny with cookies from time to time, especially if they involve subdomains.

    another potential issue is that they are updating your session cookie after the message is sent and your program is not correctly updating the session cookie, thus causing the mismatch and ending your session.
     
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